Sunday, November 15, 2009

Pillsbury Thanksgiving Cookies & Giveaway:



Do you have any Thanksgiving Traditions?? We used to have many more until we moved to Florida. Now being further away from our family, we have had to start new traditions. Which is sometimes difficult. One of the things we like to do is cook together as a family, or with friends and decorate cookies.

Blogspark, has recently asked me to review Pillsbury Thanksgiving Shape® sugar cookies. We have not yet gotten a chance to do these, because my kids have been sick, and we have been very busy this week. However, in the best, we have used Pillsbury cookies, and loved them! We have made their Valentine ones, and Halloween ones. My children loved how they baked and came out with a really cool picture on the top!!!  These are only in the stores for a limited time, so be sure to go get yours today!

As soon as we are able to get ours and make them, I will make sure to post pictures of us making them! Enjoy! 

Win it: They have also offered to give one of my readers a Pillsbury® Ready to Bake!TM Thanksgiving Shape® sugar cookies gift basket! Which includes a coupon to try the cookies, pencil, finger puppet, and a turkey-shaped stress reliever. I want you to be able to enjoy this before Thanksgiving…. so I am doing a quick Giveaway!

Enter:  Leave me a comment about your tradition at Thanksgiving!

Giveaway is open to US Residents only and will End Nov 19 @ 9pm EST


Pillsbury provided you with the free product, information, and gift pack through MyBlogSpark


Vicky said...

One of my favorite traditions would be after the Big Meal & washing the dishes is for us all to take the kids for a walk around the block to enjoy the fresh crisp air :)

Anonymous said...

We always go to my parent's house for the day, then on Friday we head back to our house and put up our Christmas tree.

Hppv50 said...

our tradition on thanksgiving is going to my grandmas eating and talking about christmas lol

JACLYN said...

Our tradition is cooking in all day, watching the parade on tv, and playing Christmas music.