Biscuit cans are just the beginning. You can combine Pillsbury Crescent Roll dough with all sorts of foods the typical shopper already has in the fridge. Experiment with wrapping the triangles around something savory like ham and cheese or something sweet like chocolate chips. The mash-up possibilities are endless and offer a great way to bake creatively on a budget. You'll impress your friends and your stomach.
Turn biscuits into donuts!
You can make ridiculously good, fancy-looking donuts from a can of Pillsbury biscuits. They're definitely not healthy in the traditional sense. But they cause happiness and happiness adds years to one's life... Right? Right! They'd make a welcome treat at any brunch, picnic, birthday party, or basically anywhere because all sane people crave donuts 100% of the time. Also, they're easy and quick to make and don't require a deep-frier, just a regular ol' frying pan. Here's a link with pictures and instructions this link.
Online Shopping Secrets
Becoming a member on the Pillsbury website is free. Members have access to new coupons, sweepstakes opportunities and one free sample every month.
Partner companies like Dawn, Olay, Tide, Duracell and Bounty offer coupons on the Pillsbury website as well.
Besides coupons, Pillsbury.com has a "What's on Sale" section that displays which products are on sale where in each zip code.
Pillsbury has a very liberal return policy. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return it for a replacement or refund of the purchase price. And you get a free return shipping label with your package.
If you order a package from them and it arrives late, send them an email and they'll refund the shipping.
Few sounds are more satisfying than that pop of a Pillsbury biscuit can exploding open. It's like the doughy goodness wants nothing more than to bust forth and fulfill its warm, comforting promise. Pillsbury also offers an assortment of other baking and other food products, from Crescent Rolls to Baguette Chips.
Stretching your food budget is as easy as learning to take those
leftovers that usually get pushed to the back of the fridge and
using them to create a new and exciting dish. The key to doing this
successfully is planning your meals to take full advantage of
everything in your kitchen. Following a few simple rules will
ensure that you don't end up with a refrigerator full of plastic
leftover containers. Plan Ahead There are literally thousands of
ways to take main course leftovers and turn them into something
dramatically different. One of the easiest ideas is making tacos,
which can be done with shredded beef, chicken or even turkey. Soups
are another easy transformation for a former main course meat. The
tried and true pot pie is also a great choice. Stretching your food
budget is as easy as learning to take those leftovers that usually
get pushed to the back of the fridge and using them to create a new
and exciting dish.
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Food is the perfect gift for the person who already has everything. Everyone appreciates a homemade snack, whether it’s freshly-made candies, cookies, or other goodies. Last year, I shared recipes for Caramels and Chocolate Popcorn, but here are a few more ideas to consider. Make Your Own Gift Basket
The great thing about making it yourself instead of purchasing it from the store is that you can personalize it. Is your loved one a film buff? Fill it with snacks
For most of us, a trip to the grocery store is a hectic experience. We probably haven’t planned more than a few days ahead and we’re in a rush because we’re squeezing it in between work and meeting friends later or picking the kids up from soccer practice–and we’re starving.
Because of this, we tend to shop a bit haphazardly, tossing everything into the cart we think we might need (especially if it’s on sale, because why not, right?) and buying things because