Thursday, December 16, 2010

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel: "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack GIVEAWAY!


Your chance to win a Pillsbury Toaster Strudel: "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack BELOW!!!
Prize pack is provided by Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark and includes: A free box of Pillsbury Pastry Strudels of your choice, a Pillsbury® Doughboy® Giggle Doll, along with a smiley face-themed mug, placemat and stress ball.
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!


I decided to try the Cinnamon Roll with Brown Sugar Toaster Strudel.  It was DELICIOUS and so easy to make!  Each toaster strudel comes with it's own little icing packet that has a little spout, making it easy to make whatever design you choose. 

This is how my husband likes his icing.  He calls it "full coverage".

I made a smiley face with my icing.  I think it would be really fun for kids.
 
You just pop them in the toaster and put your icing on.  They are warm and the pastry part is flaky and yummy.  Needless to say our box didn't last long!

Want a chance to win a month's worth of toaster strudels?!
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 http://strudelsmiles.pillsbury.com/ and enter to win four boxes of Toaster Strudel from now through February 7, 2011.

Now on to the giveaway!---

 -Please separate each entry with a new comment and leave an e-mail address in case you WIN!!!  If it says +2 entries then write two comments for that entry.

Mandatory Entry (+1 entry) (You must answer this question for all of your other entries to count!) -What tips do you have for making weekday mornings easier for you and your family??

Bonus Entries
- Visit the Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Site and comment on which flavor you would like to try. (+1 entry)
- Follow @Pillsbury on twitter and tweet about this giveaway.  You can use this tweet - #WIN a Pillsbury "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack! http://tinyurl.com/2baedqf @christauf4 @pillsbury #myblogspark (+1 entry per day)
- Follow me via Google Friend Connect. (+2 entries) 

Giveaway will end December 30, 2010 at midnight.  Winner will be selected using random.org and will be notified via e-mail.  Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be picked.
Thanks and good luck!  :)
Disclamer:  I received a "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack to review and one to give away from Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark.  I was not compensated for this review and all opinions are my own! 


101 comments:

  1. The weekday mornings at my household have been pretty hectic lately, as my wife Julia recently started working. When she was a full-time mother, she had time to devote to cooking our son Paulie, our darling bab twins Ginger and George, and I delicious yet healthy breakfasts. However, neither she nor I currently have any time in the morning since we must prepare for work, so our children find themselves having to eat breakfast at school while my wife and I scrounge up something from our works' cafeterias. A delicious and quick-to-make product like Toaster Strudels would be an excellent and time-saving addition to our breakfast menu, but our family is currently on food stamps and thus does not have the money to devote to such purchases.

    However, I feel as though much time would be saved in our morning routines if we were to eat products such as Toaster Strudels. Planning out our attire before going to bed also makes getting dressed quicker, shaving off valuable minutes in the morning.

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  2. Cream cheese and strawberry Toaster Strudels would be my family's favorite to try, as our entire household really enjoys strawberries and, let's face it, who doesn't like cream cheese? =)

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  3. planning ahead with the clothes, kids usually get their own breakfast now--yeah!!!thanks for the chance!
    kendraco22 at yahoo dot com

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  4. Danish Style Cream Cheese sounds yummy!
    kendraco22 at yahoo dot com

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  5. @kendra22007 Kendra Gillilan
    #WIN a Pillsbury "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack! http://tinyurl.com/2baedqf @christauf4 @pillsbury #myblogspark (+1 entry per day)

    kendraco22 at yahoo dot com

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  6. We eat a quick breakfast of toaster pastries and/or cold cereal with milk in the mornings to help make getting out the door a little easier :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    http://scr.im/ladybugemail

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  7. Publicly following You Never Know What You're Gonna Get with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}] { 1 }
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  8. Publicly following You Never Know What You're Gonna Get with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}] { 2 }
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  9. Im publicly following "You Never Know What You're Gonna Get" with Google Friend Connect! (1)

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    (sorry for forgetting to put my address in my previous two entries above!) ^_^;;;

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  10. Im publicly following "You Never Know What You're Gonna Get" with Google Friend Connect! (2)

    g330ff@gmail.com

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  11. Following @Pillsbury and tweeted about the giveaway =)
    http://twitter.com/#!/G330ff/status/15832994191245312

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  12. I get up more than two hours earlier than the rest of the family, and prepare everything for the day. Then, when they get up, I can just sit and drink my coffee and enjoy their company with no rushing around.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  13. I would like to try the Cherry flavor.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  14. I follow you on GFC(5webs)
    Alicia Webster
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  15. I follow you on GFC(5webs)
    Alicia Webster
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  16. Easy to write, hard to do, but the best advice to have a morning run smoothly is to prepare everything the night before...lunches, bookbags, clothes everything. It can take some getting used to if you haven't been doing this...but it really works. And when everything is prepped...'discourage' everyone from even touching the bags, lunches, and clothes until it's time to leave.
    Richard / Krabbman
    Taesa68@yahoo.com

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  17. I either prep breakfast as much as I can the night before, or I make quick munchies like bananas or apples with peanut butter, or wonderful Toaster Streudels! ;)
    Clownscrytoo@gmail.com
    Sharon Harmon

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  18. Tweeted about the giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/#!/G330ff/status/16881719265202177

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  19. Weekday mornings are easier when I plan ahead and start earlier than other times.


    letessha@yahoo.com

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  20. follow pillsbury/tweeted


    http://twitter.com/#!/dahliamomma/status/17057088362516481


    letessha@yahoo.com

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  21. I want to try strawberry toaster strudel.


    letessha@yahoo.com

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  22. I like to get all of my clothes, coffee, and breakfast ready to go the night before. Make life a lot less stressful that way.

    grannylovesgiftbaskets@hotmail.com

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  23. I would love to try the Danish Style Cream Cheese.

    grannylovesgiftbaskets@hotmail.com

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  24. Following Pillsbury on twitter @nazelnutz and tweeted:
    grannylovesgiftbaskets@hotmail.com
    http://twitter.com/#!/nazelnutz/status/17449096751091712

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  25. GFC follower (shay)

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  26. #2
    GFC follower (shay)

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  27. I get up an hour earlier than everyone else so I'm not stressed running around and can assist everyone else (and feed them!) with a smile. Sounds cheesy, but works like a charm! Our mornings went from stressful to manageable instantly when I started doing this a very long time ago.

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  28. We normally prepare our lunch the night before and put it in the freezer or ref and so the next morning, we just focus on preparing breakfast. We also have nuts and fruits that are easy to pack for snacks.
    mandalarctic at gmail dot com

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  29. Following Pillsbury on Twitter (@mandalarctic)
    and tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/mandalarctic/status/17878468565929984
    mandalarctic at gmail dot com

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  30. I'd like to try the Cream Cheese and Strawberry flavor
    mandalarctic at gmail dot com

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  31. GFC follower (1)
    mandalarctic at gmail dot com

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  32. GFC follower (2)
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  33. Tweeted about the giveaway :)

    http://twitter.com/#!/G330ff/status/17962733798428672

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  34. Make the lunches the night before.

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  35. Shower the night before.. have clothes and other items ready to go.

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

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  36. I'd like to try the cream cheese and strawberry-

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

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  37. We make sure to get everything ready & set out the night before! No running around trying to find things at the last minute!

    chlorinebrain at sbcglobal dot net

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  38. Definitely have to get everything organized the night before or we would be running around like maniacs in the morning.
    susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. I sometimes make oatmeal in the slow cooker so it's ready in the morning when we get up.

    nancymeyer1 at gmail dot com

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  40. I follow with GFC. Entry 1

    nancymeyer1 at gmail dot com

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  41. I follow with GFC. Entry 2

    nancymeyer1 at gmail dot com

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  42. I do as much preparation as I can the night before our weekdays. It helps make things easier in the am.

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  43. We're not morning people so doing as much as we can ahead of time is what makes our mornings possible ;)

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  44. We set the timer on the coffeepot the night before,so it's hot and ready in the morning~!

    chipper101(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  45. Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
    Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
    Happy New Year!
    =]

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  46. We have what we need foe the day's school lessons set out the night before.Thanks!
    lstanziani(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  47. We make our lunches the night before and eat easy to fix breakfasts like Toaster Strudel or Waffles.

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  48. Select clothes the night before and make lunches in advance

    edgenemmers@gmail.com

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  49. I like to prepare everything that I can the night before.
    jandsfox_143@msn.com

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  50. Strawberry or Raspberry would be my choice.

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  51. Organize it all the night before.

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  52. My tip is to have clothes picked out the night before. Have all purses. bags, and the shoes you will wear by the door, so you don't have to search for them.
    reynolds4230@yahoo.com

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  53. I would like to try the Wild berry.
    reynolds4230@yahoo.com

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  54. I follow @Pillsbury on twitter and left the comment#WIN a Pillsbury "Million Morning Smiles" prize pack! http://tinyurl.com/2baedqf @christauf4 @pillsbury #myblogspark
    reynolds4230@yahoo.com

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  55. I follow "You Never Know What You're Gonna Get" on Google friend.
    reynolds4230@yahoo.com

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  56. My tip is to do as much as you can the night before like packing lunches...cuts down on morning pressure.
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  57. i make weekday mornings easier for myself by getting up really early and getting things done before i wake the kids up!
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  58. I think programming the coffee pot to be already brewed when I get up in the morning is one of the best time savers. warlygirl at gmail dot com

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  59. Cherry is my favorite strudel flavor warlygirl at gmail dot com

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  60. I like to make breakfast casseroles that can be made and refrigerated the night before. In the morning, just pop it in the oven. How easy is that!

    waterpickles@gmail.com

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  61. Make lunches and set out clothes the night before

    erroneous02(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. Would like to try the cherry

    erroneous02(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  63. GFC follower (greenup06) 1

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  64. GFC follower (greenup06) 2

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  65. Have all of the clothes laid out and ready to go.

    ezmerelda(AT)mail(DOT)com

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  66. My mornings are easier when I make sure I have everything ready for them so they can hop out of bed and go..

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  67. We always set out our outfits for the next day before bed. I also check book bags and make bagged lunches(I have a picky eater).
    lmaomostly at live dot com

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  68. We prepare as much as possible the night before and wake up early to make the day run smoothly.

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  69. The only one I haven't tried is the Boston Creme Pie. I love all of the other ones!
    lmaomostly at live dot com

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  70. http://twitter.com/#!/DreamFog/status/20687150232117248
    I follow Pillsbury and I tweeted!
    lmaomostly at live dot com

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  71. I follow on GFC @DreamFog Heidi Helene
    lmaomostly at live dot com (1)

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  72. I follow on GFC @DreamFog Heidi Helene
    lmaomostly at live dot com (2)

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  73. Get all clothes and lunches made the night before so it is less hectic and you can have breakfast in the morning.

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  74. I make things the night before.

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  75. I would like to try the Boston Creme Pie.

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  76. I'd like to try the cream cheese.

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  77. Great thoughts you got there, believe I may possibly try just some of it throughout my daily life

    Toaster

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