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Friday, December 3, 2010

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Million Morning Smiles Giveaway

When your morning routine has you in a hurry, make it a better morning with Pillsbury Toaster Strudel frozen pastries. A simple pleasure with sweet filling, creamy icing, and flaky crust, Pillsbury Toaster Strudel pastries are the ones everyone will want to eat – and decorate too! Since every Toaster Strudel pastry can be personalized with your own icing design, your family can gather around the table to kick off the day with a fun delight that will keep everyone smiling all day long!





Now you have the chance to show us what kind of icing artist you are with the “Doodle on A Strudel” Facebook application. Visit Pillsbury on Facebook and click on the Toaster Strudel tab to use your cursor to draw your favorite icing designs on the virtual Toaster Strudel pastry. You can save your Strudel Doodles and share them on Facebook or send a doodle to your friends by clicking “Share Your Strudel Art.”


Need even more to smile about? Pillsbury is also giving you the chance to win Toaster Strudel pastries for a month through the “A Million Morning Smiles” sweepstakes. With over 2,000 winners per week, simply visit Strudel Smiles and enter to win four boxes of Toaster Strudel from now through February 7, 2011.

I am not an early riser. So I am rushing to get C something to eat and out the door at the same time I am rushing to get A fed and a million other things. Sometimes I look at the clock and it's 10 am and I still haven't eaten breakfast. When MyBlogSpark contacted me about doing a review on Pillsbury Toaster Strudels, I was excited. Something to make my mornings easier and allow me to eat? Heck yea I'll try it! And I am happy to report that Pillsbury Strudels passed my test! I throw them in the toaster, get A breakfast and my breakfast is ready. I throw some icing on it and am ready to help get C out the door, my breakfast in hand.

The toaster strudels are very tasty and filling. I was a little worried they would be all doughy and not enough of the gooey goodness inside. But Pillsbury Toaster Strudels have the perfect blend of flaky crust and ooey gooey filling. Add the rich, creamy icing and it's the perfect treat! The boys weren't as into them as I thought they would be. They aren't much for breakfast food anyway, and trying something new just isn't on their to do list these days. They did like drawing on my strudels with the icing though! Their favorite part was writing my name. :)

You have the chance to win a prize pack just like the one I received! You'll receive a "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack that includes a Pillsbury® Doughboy® Giggle Doll, along with a smiley face-themed mug, place mat and stress ball.

To Enter:
  • Tell me : what tips you have to make weekday mornings easier for you and your family?
  • Tell me : What is your child´s favorite thing to doodle with their strudel icing?
  • Subscribe to Feeding Four via RSS, Google Friend Connect, or E-mail. (If you are already a subscriber, just let me know!) (2 entries for each follow, GFC = 2 entries, email = 2 entries, RSS = 2 entries)
  • Visit Pillsbury on FB and "doodle a strudel" - then "share your doodle" with us @ Feeding Four (5 BONUS ENTRIES)
  • Like Feeding Four on facebook (1 entry)
  • "Like" Pillsbury on facebook - let them know Feeding Four sent you
  • Follow Feeding Four on twitter & tweet about this giveaway
  • Follow Pillsbury on twitter & let them know Feeding Four sent you.
  • Blog about this giveaway. Comment back here with the blog address so that your entry can be verified. (2 entries - please leave separate comments for each entry!)
This giveaway closes on December 17, 2010 at midnight EST. A winner will be picked via Random.org and notified via email. You have 48 hours to respond to my email or a new winner will be picked.

84 comments:

  1. We always plan the breakfeast the day before and always set out clothes the night before.
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  2. My children love to put stars and smileys on theirs.
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  10. Sometimes its easier to make a fast breakfast because my husband goes to work and my daughter goes to school. At times I don't have time to make them a big breakfast like I would want. strawberry_sweetheart39@yahoo.com

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  11. My daughters favorite thing to doodle is Mickey Mouse faces. strawberry_sweetheart39@yahoo.com

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  19. To make mornings go easier we pick out what to wear, eat, etc, the night before and set the clock on the stove a few minutes fast so get out the door on time.
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  20. We make cream of wheat the night before and separate it into single serving bowls. In the morning we nuke it and enjoy!
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  21. My daughter doesn't doodle with it, but she spreads it evenly over the entire strudel to make sure she enjoys the icing in every bite!
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  25. To make mornings easier we do a lot the night before, I set the coffee pot the night before and make the kids lunches the night before also. For breakfast we usually eat stuff from the freezer that I made weeks or even months ago. :)

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  26. My kids like to try and write their names with the icing!

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  30. What makes mornings easier is making sure the kids get to bed on time! Also having clothes picked out the night before.

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  34. Well during the School week, I make my kids lay their clothes out the night before, that way its less hectic in the mornings. And I try to plan a weeks worth of meals at a time, including breakfast that way everyone knows what they are eating and there will be no arguing about it.
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  35. My son tries to doodle cars on his Strudel, and my daughter, well Im never really sure what it's suppose to be. lol.
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  41. We prep for the morning the night before.
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  42. I get up ahead of my family and prepare breakfast for them all :)

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  43. my daughter loves to put smilie faces on the strudel

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  48. definitely poptarts and clothes picked out ! bargainfun1 at yahoo

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  49. Having a backup alarm clock set helps make the morning a lot easier. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  56. We buy things that are quick and easy, that we can heat up.

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  60. I like to make a breakfast casserole ahead of time. That way everyone has a hot breakfast on the go. Breakfast pizza is an easy one.

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  61. My daughter's name is Allison so she almost always makes the letter A on hers.

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  65. During the week, one thing that makes our morning smoother is the kids get 2 choices for breakfast. Cereal or waffles/pancakes (whichever I have frozen) and fruit. This eliminates hour long discussions about what is for breakfast.

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  66. My daughter's favorite thing to doodle is smily faces.

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  71. We tend to take it easy in the morning, rarely having to leave until later in the day, but when we DO have to leave early, we eat things that are quick to make and try to have our clothes and things ready to go.

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