Friday, December 4, 2009

Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting Challenge (with a $10000 prize!)

This year, while you are making those holiday sweets, consider covering your favorite creation with some Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting.

It could win you $10,000. And frosting for a year! Nom nom nom.

The makers of Pillsbury baking products are running the “Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting Challenge,” and calling on all dessert lovers to unlock frosting fun, think creatively and transform their favorite homemade baked good into a chance to win $10,000 and a year’s worth of Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting.

“We are always thrilled to offer new ways to add fun and convenience to baking,” said Maribeth Badertscher, Vice President, Corporate Communications, The J.M. Smucker Company. “The Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting Challenge is meant to inspire amateur bakers to share their creativity.”

I had never heard of Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting, which is--get this--available in a convenient aerosol can with a built-in five-star applicator tip (!) to transform a cake, plate of cookies, or batch of brownies into bakery-style desserts. Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting features the same creamy, delicious frosting in a tub that families love. It's available in three delicious varieties: Decadent Chocolate Fudge, Vanilla Dream, and Velvety Cream Cheese.

Here's how you can enter the challenge:
Use Pillsbury Easy Frost No-Fuss Frosting to decorate a homemade baked good of your choice and submit an original photo of the wholly edible creation online (in other words, don't just frost a box or something. It needs to taste good as well as look good!).

Submissions can be entered online through February 5, 2010, at Pillsbury Baking. The winning photo will be posted in March 2010, and entries are limited to US residents over 18 of age.

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