Foodie Porn on Pinterest

When all the dust settles from a chaotic day of work, one of my favorite things to do is make a fun and yummy recipe from Pinterest. Any die-hard food lover knows that it’s pretty much foodie porn, let’s be honest.

Last night I decided to take on one of the newest recipes that I found, Nutella-Filled Sugar Cookies. Um, yes please!

I decided to make mine a little different, as you can see. I used chocolate chip cookies instead of sugar cookies and filled some of the cookies with peanut butter AND Nutella. (Gettin’ crazy!) I must say, they were delicious!This wasn’t the first Pinterest recipe I’ve attempted, and it won’t be my last. Here are some other recipes that I’ve made that have turned out AMAZING:

What does my food-obsession mean for the world of social media? That now all of these bloggers have a new fan and someone to share their content. It works the exact same way with anything else shared on Pinterest.

The next time you sign onto Facebook, Pinterest or other social media platform, think about who’s going to benefit from what you’re sharing. Don’t lose sight of the one-on-one nature of social media. The best way to grow a dedicated group of fans is to be genuine, honest and share content people find interesting.

Have you had a positive experience on Pinterest or other social media platform recently? Tell me about it!

~ Miss Soucie

Paige

Lover of all things travel, food, fitness and cocktails. Currently the Community Director at Ampsy, supporter of the #yesphx community and always on the lookout for the next adventure.