Pinterest Feature Friday

Hello and Happy Friday friends! Thank you for joining me and my blogging gal pals for another weekly edition of Pinterest Feature Friday! YAY! If you are new to our series, each week Michele, Bev, Malia, and I feature a fun new pinner each week off of the Pinterest Master List! It’s so fun to find new pinners to follow and new pins to pin! 


This week we are featuring the awesome boards of Zoe of All the Joy! Cute Zoe has 59 boards and over 1.2k pins!!


Let’s take a look at some of Zoe’s awesome boards, shall we?

I love Zoe’s DIY Furniture board! We are all about building our own furniture and can’t wait to get started in our new home. Follow Zoe R’s board DIY Furniture on Pinterest.

Zoe’s Sewing Projects: Clothes for Me board had 50 awesome pins of the cutest clothing. Love her style. Follow Zoe R’s board Sewing Projects: Clothes for Me on Pinterest.

This Quilts board has over 80 pins of beautiful quilts. Talk about all the heart eyes. Follow Zoe R’s board Quilts on Pinterest.

I’m always looking for new dinner ideas and Zoe’s Dinner Recipes board did not disappoint! Follow Zoe R’s board Dinner Recipes on Pinterest.

I am ready for fall weather and all things pumpkin, so I loved looking at Zoe’s Halloween board. Follow Zoe R’s board halloween on Pinterest.

Let’ check out some of the pins I repinned from Zoe’s boards…


I love this front porch Zoe pinned to her Outdoor Decor board. It’s so bright and cozy and I love the coffee table on wheels.


This little girl’s Tangled Party pinned to Zoe’s Party Ideas board is SO adorable!! I love the crowns and the finger painting and the lanterns…every detail is just awesome.



Isn’t this Out to See Embroidery Pattern so sweet? Zoe has it pinned on her Embroidery board.


I love this rustic mason jar chandi pinned to Zoe’s DIY Decor board.


Doesn’t this rice krispy treat look delicious?! It’s pinned to Zoe’s Dessert Recipes board.


It was so much fun going through your boards, Zoe! Thanks for linking up to the Pinterest Master List!

Have a great weekend friends!


Stuffed Apple Slices

Today I am going to share a really fun recipe you can make with your kids! It’s always great getting the kids involved in the prepping and even cooking of a meal. This recipe is a great healthy snack and an easy one for kids preschool age and up to make. Check out these Stuffed Apple Slices… it’s one of the many awesome recipes in the Children’s Culinary Institute curriculum.



  • 2 large apples
  • 1 cup nut butter (peanut, almond, cashew, etc)
  • 1 tbsp raw honey (local is the best)
  • 2 tbsp mini carob chips


Using an apple coring tool, core the apples and dry out the centers with a paper towel. If you don’t feel comfortable with the little ones using the coring tool, you can take over that step and have the kids dry out the centers when you’re done. 


Next mix all ingredients (except the apples) in a mixing bowl.



Using a spoon or a butter knife, fill the center of the apples with the nut butter mixture. Stuff them good!! Wrap them with plastic wrap and stick them in the fridge for an hour (I set the timer so I don’t forget). After an hour, remove the pastic wrap and slice apples in thin slices. Serve!


Look at that proud, satisfied smile! Having kids involved in the cooking process often encourages them to try new things and make healthier choices. And this snack is a great no-cook, no-bake recipe which is perfect for summer time when you don’t want to heat up the house and you want to give the kids something fun to do. 
As mentioned before, this recipe (and lots of others) can be found in the Children’s Culinary Institute curriculum. I have been a CCI instructor for 4 years now and I will be the first to tell you that I LOVE it. I am able to use the CCI curriculum and be apart of an exclusive team of instructors (nation wide!) who continue to support and help you grow. I can make my own hours and work right from home doing something I love- teaching kids of all ages how to make healthy choices and how to cook and bake. This is an important life skill that so many kids miss out on since it’s often not something offered in schools anymore. Cooking and baking incorporate math, reading comprehension, and science all while learning how to prepare healthy meals and snacks. We have themed months, cooking competitions, field trips, and the kids can even progress through the courses and move up in apron colors. They absolutely LOVE it. Their sense of accomplishment after starting with raw materials and then creating something that they can eat and enjoy… that’s priceless. If you follow me on social media, you have had an inside peek to lots of my kids cooking classes and how fun they really are!
Interested in learning more about becoming a CCI instructor? Click HERE and fill out the form at the top of the page. 
Interested in finding classes for your kids in your area? Click HERE and scroll to the bottom of the page.

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