Pinworthy Projects Link Party #40

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! I can’t believe it’s already Halloween and hello, tomorrow is NOVEMBER!!! Can you believe that?  I hope everyone has a fun and safe Halloween and I can’t wait to see all the costume pictures floating around Facebook and other blogs!  I have been super super busy on the blog over the last week and had some really fun posts. 

I have a giveaway going on right now where you can win an awesome slow cooker from Hamilton Beach and check out my Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup while you’re at it!!

Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup 1

The rest of the week I posted about…


30 Recipes for Leftover Halloween Candy / Stuffed Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread / Quick Veggie & Quinoa Thai Coconut Curry

Now for our FEATURES from last week’s party!


Book Page Halloween Watercolor Art / Peppermint Bark Ritz Bites / Paper Scrap Fall Pumpkins / Pumpkin Cheesecake with Caramel Pecan Glaze / Fall Hydrangea Wreath

That’s it! I can’t wait to see what great links we have this week!


Now for this week’s link party! Here are the ‘rules’

  • Please follow Domestic Superhero by email (subscribe on the right side), on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest (or on all 4!). I will follow back as well if you leave me a note!
  • Please place my ‘Sharing With’ button (from the grab a button section under the ‘about’ menu) somewhere on your blog- on a Link party page, the actual post, a sidebar-wherever!  If you want me to add your button to my page, leave a note in the comments section.
  • Link any project…DIY, recipes, crafts, tips, tricks….the more the merrier!
  • Visit a few other links to check out what others are posting!  Everyone loves comments so don’t be shy when you visit! ​This is a great way to connect with new bloggers and make some new friends!  Show some love by commenting, pinning, or sharing on social media!

Can’t wait to see everything this week! ​​​

30 Recipes for Leftover Halloween Candy


So now that Halloween is here, I bet you have bags and bags full of candy in your house. If you have kids, this is definitely the case, and if you don’t, well, I bet you can find a bunch of candy on clearance at your local grocery store.  Since you have all this candy that you don’t know what to do with, how about utilizing it in some delicious treats!?!?  I have 30 recipes here that use up that Halloween candy and will taste way better than eating those candy bars straight up.  There are some cute seasonal recipes that would be great for fall parties or Thanksgiving, and then … more

Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup and a Slow Cooker Giveaway!


During the fall, I definitely love utilizing my slow cooker. It’s so easy to throw the ingredients in there in the morning, and then have dinner ready when I come home from work.  I also LOVE potato soup, and it just feels so comforting and fall-ish to me. It’s especially easy to whip up in the crock pot, and very inexpensive as well. This Loaded Potato Soup also freezes extremely well, so I usually double the recipe and freeze half so we can have that later. It’s so easy!  I made a bunch of this and other soups when I was pregnant, and then froze them so I could have tons of easy … more

Quick Veggie & Quinoa Thai Coconut Curry


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Imagine® Organic Culinary Simmer Sauces. Being a busy mom and wife, I often look for quick and easy ways to reduce dinner time prep, without sacrificing food quality and taste. By the time I get home from work in the evening, the last thing I want to do is spend an hour cooking dinner.  That’s one reason I love Imagine® Organic Culinary Simmer Sauces. They are super quick and convenient, and their flavors are spot on. They have four different types of sauces - Portobello Red Wine, Latin Veracruz, Thai Coconut Curry, and Louisiana … more

Stuffed Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread & Holiday Party Budget Printable


This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #TasteTheSeason With the holidays rapidly approaching, I am always trying to come up with quick, easy, and delicious recipes that can be served at a party or brought as a dish to pass.  Coming up with these recipes is half of the fun, while sharing them with friends and family is the other half of the fun. I came up with this tasty stuffed cheesy garlic bread and knew all my friends and family would love it. I always head to Walmart to pick up my recipe ingredients … more

The Pinworthy Projects Link Party #39


Only one more week until Halloween! What are y’all doing for Halloween? Any big parties? Cool costumes? My son is dressing up as either Jake from the Neverland Pirates or Superman (I know, totally original), and then my little baby is dressing up a penguin…he is going to be so cute!  We had a big health scare last weekend and my 3 month old landed in the hospital for 3 days. Turned out he had meningitis and it was very scary, but luckily he is doing a lot better now and feeling more like himself.  In other news, I have the BEST friends EVER! Some of my mommy friends chipped in and … more

Halloween Chunky Cheese Dip with Wheat Thins


This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SpookySnacks #CollectiveBias Over the years, I have come to appreciate a good Halloween snack. There is so much candy on Halloween, that sometimes it’s nice to have some substantial food as well. I have been a lover of chunky cheese dip, and have been making it since I was a kid. The cream cheese and salsa pair perfectly with Spicy Buffalo Style Wheat Thins or regular wheat thins as well. It’s also a great dip for veggie sticks or chips.  We LOVE it at my house. The best part about … more

Mushroom & Goat Cheese Flatbread with Balsamic Glaze


Lately I have been cooking up lots of flatbreads. I really like that you can throw anything on top of a Naan bread and call it a day. When you go out to eat, these bad boys are usually on the menu and always super tasty, however, they aren’t so great for your wallet.  When you make them at home, you can save a ton of money, and get just as great flavor (and even eat in your pajamas if you want!).  My go-to place for Naan is Costco. You can get a huge 10 pack for $4, which is the cheapest I have ever seen it.  You can also make it (I need to do this asap), and Budget Bytes has a … more

Pinworthy Projects Link Party #38


Happy Friday! Another week down, and only a few more weeks until Halloween, crazy!  It’s also only about 6 more weeks until my big boy turns 4-ahhh! Once Halloween hits, I feel like the time just flies by. We have Thanksgiving, then Austin’s birthday, then Christmas and New Years and it is a time packed with events! I love the holidays though, and I love seeing all the delicious recipes and awesome DIY projects that everyone shares. DIY gifts, printable tags, holiday recipes, they are all awesome! We have had a few things going on at Domestic Superhero this week, including a HUGE … more

Delicious & Quick Dessert with Marie Callendar


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Marie Callender's for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. After having new baby almost 3 months ago, I have little time to actually cook and get things done.  This is one reason why I love Marie Callendar’s Mini Pies. They are so tasty, affordable, and quick to make (hello 30 seconds!)! I recently tried out both the Chocolate Satin and Coconut Cream pies, and they were equally delicious. The chocolate silk was really decadent and rich, with an Oreo crumb crust and chocolate shavings on top. The coconut cream had a really … more