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Easter Pillsbury Ready to Bake Shape Cookies Giveaway!

Did some-bunny say Pillsbury® Ready to Bake!™ Shape® Cookies? Just in time for the holiday, new Easter Pillsbury Ready to Bake! Shape Cookies are ready to hop off shelves and into your oven! Now complete with the magic of Disney, these themed pre-cut cookies make baking fun for the whole family.  
  • Quick and convenient, Pillsbury Ready to Bake! Shape Cookies are ready to enjoy in 8-10 minutes and can be found at your local grocer
  • Celebrate Easter with your family’s favorite Disney characters including Lightning McQueen from Cars and Minnie Mouse
Now The Exciting News..One lucky reader will WIN this AWESOME prize pack:
A VIP coupon to purchase a package of Pillsbury Ready to Bake! Shape Cookies
Cookie Jar
Cookie Spatula
Oven Mitt
To enter the giveaway follow One Crazy Cookie
and tell me your favorite Easter food!
For extra entries (leave me a separate comment for each.)
Tweet, blog or post this giveaway.
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on Easter~April 8, 2012!
Have an ‘egg’cellent holiday with easy and colorful Easter Pillsbury Ready to Bake! Shape Cookies.

The VIP coupon, prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark.



Comments

  1. For me Easter has to have deviled eggs-love them! Thanks for the fun give-away Tiffanee, Happy Easter Week:@)

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  2. What a GREAT giveaway Tiffanee!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  3. Google Friends Connect - following you publicly as (Louis)

    my favorite easter food is ham

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  4. I like One Crazy Cookie on facebook (Louis H Uffmire)

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  5. My favorite Easter food is the twice baked potatoes that accompany the inevitable ham.

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  6. It's a toss up.....I really enjoy deviled eggs and ham.

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  7. i like ham
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  8. follow gfc
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  9. Hi Tiffanee - of course I follow you =o) Favorite Easter food? Ugh, that's hard. I love mashed potato pie (which is what I'll be eating this Easter!) and asparagus!

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  10. i tweeted =o)
    https://twitter.com/#!/EMakingMemories/status/187597046331613184

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  11. GFC Follower | Allison Downes

    My favorite Easter food is Cadbury Eggs

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  12. I Like you on Facebook | Allison Downes

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  13. My favorite food is the ham!!! yum, thanks for this fun give away!
    I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
    happy Easter!

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  14. mmmmm love ham thanks
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  15. like u on fb Julie A Scott Laws
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  16. my favorite Easter food is Easter cookies! :)

    rawrms at gmail dot com

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  17. ooh I love ANYTHING egg-related for easter. Especially breakfast casserole for easter brunch!

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  18. I'm a follower and I love honey ham.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  19. I like one crazy cookie on fb.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  20. Ham is my favorite!!
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  21. I'm following via gfc
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  22. I like u on facebook
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