We don’t often eat seafood in our home since my daughter is allergic. I love that I can get Gorton’s and eat it separately on a baking sheet she does not use in order to have my seafood fix. I love their popcorn shrimp. With the holidays around the corner they make appetizers super easy. These shrimp peperoncini appetizer spoons are simple to put together in under 20 minutes. Great for a last minute gathering.
I also like the popcorn shrimp for a mid day snack. It’s full of nutrients like listed below! My middle son loves shrimp too. I got a few coupons for review. We tried some of the other products available and he loved them all. Especially the popcorn shrimp that I got two bags of. He just wouldn’t stay out of them.
Made with 100% whole, tail-off shrimp and covered with a flavorful breading for a satisfying crunch. These lightly seasoned shrimp add a pop of crunch to any meal!
- 100% whole, tail-off shrimp
- Fun and tasty crunch – kids love ‘em!
- No MSG, artificial colors or flavors
- Natural Omega-3
They also gave me the chance to giveaway one really great prize pack below. In the meantime, don’t forget to stop by and grab yourself a few coupons. You can also find recipes just like mine at Gorton’s Seafood website.
So here’s my recipe for Shrimp Peperoncini appetizer spoons. You can always top the shrimp with horseradish or cocktail sauce too! Think caprese with parmesan cheese and tomatoes. There is so many options. It’s really up to your creativity. What would you put with your popcorn shrimp?
Gorton’s Seafood provided me with product coupons for review of the product along with prize content that they will ship for giveaway. The content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
Before the weekend I had the coolest event happen. We sometimes get a late night visitor in the neighborhood and his name is Jake. He is an Australian Shepherd that gets loose from his home and comes from the ranch houses to visit us. After calling his owner to come pick him up, I found out the owner is a bee keeper; just a street over. I was so stoked! Nothing is better then really close local honey during allergy season. He was nice enough to bring us a jar. Just super neat to hear of a bee keeper so close to home!
Memorial weekend is soon to be upon us. Many of you are looking for recipes to share with friends and family when remembering our loved ones. I really want to share a few healthy recipes that I grew up eating on the beach during Memorial Day weekend. Growing up near the ocean, you find that, fish becomes such a great option when grilling. Then you move to Texas and the closest thing to fresh fish is Catfish; it really sucks! I prefer ocean fish or river fish. Mostly, it’s swordfish for me. Although, my oldest teenager loves all styles of fish and has decided to have me prepare every style in different ways for him. This helps everyone else in the family eat healthier, so I am all for it!
Lemons are traditional to the California coastline, in which, that is why we incorporate them into almost every dish with fish. Topping fish with lemon removes some of the fishy taste and will make it more handle-able for most to consume it. When in doubt use lemon!
This citrus dill salmon is so pretty!