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A Breakfast Giveaway to Make You Smile!!

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!
Toaster Studel's are my kids favorite!! They think they are in heaven when I bring these home from the grocery store. They are always delicious!!
My daughter has been having fun with her favorite breakfast
Creating "Strudel Smiles"!!
Now is your chance to win a really fun prize pack!! The Doughboy is so adorable!!
a “Million Morning Smiles” prize pack that includes a Pillsbury® Doughboy® Giggle Doll, along with a smiley face-themed mug, placemat, stressball and a coupon good for a free box of Pillsbury Toaster Strudel!!
To enter be a follower and leave me a comment telling me your favorite quick breakfast for those crazy mornings!!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on January 4, 2011!

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 and enter to win four boxes of Toaster Strudel from now through February 7, 2011.

The product, prize pack, information, and giveaway have all been provided by Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark.


  1. On a quick morning, it doesn't get much better than instant oatmeal with a few berries tossed in! I can make it in literally two minutes flat.

  2. Ok, I'm glad to know that I'm not the only person who uses the icing to decorate their toaster strudel! Strawberry is my favorite!

    My breakfasts are always quick...toast and chocolate milk.

    I already follow you!

  3. My son LOVES these!

    My favorite quick breakfast would be oatmeal or a granola bar or something.

  4. I'm a follower and my quick breakfast is instant grits.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

  5. Great giveaway Tiffanee! Your daughter made me laugh. A glass of milk is what I drink every morning.

  6. Quick breakfasts for us include items like frozen waffles, instant oatmeal, toaster strudel and bananas.

  7. OH MY HECK!!! I love these darn things. Way better than pop tarts!!! These are quite the treat for us. I would so love to win!!!! Favorite quick breakfast? Hmmm... sadly I'd have to say powdered donuts. How horrible is that?!?! If we're totally in a hurry that's what I give my kids. I don't think I'll be winning any awards for feeding my kids right =o(

  8. I will get a mini bagel and melt a piece of cheese and then add some Canadian bacon. Good to go when need to go fast.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  9. GFC follower

    I usually eat yogurt when I want something quick.

    karin56381 (at)

  10. i follow via GFC and for those quick mornings--i grab some fruit or a poptart and i'm out the door. :)

    marci h
    tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com


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