Artisan Pizza Prize Pack Giveaway

Does your family love having pizza for dinner? If so, I’ve got an Artisan Pizza Prize Pack Giveaway you’ll want to enter!

Potato Pesto Pizza

A little story: when David and I were first married, making pizza crust totally intimidated me. Our family loved pizza for dinner, but we had so little money that ordering pizza was a luxury and not something we could usually afford. So, I made it at home, and I almost always used Pillsbury Pizza Crust.

Whenever I think of Pillsbury Pizza Crust, I think of those early years and those food memories. It allowed us to have yummy pizza  without spending much money, and it made the perfect companion to our movie night. And while I usually make pizza dough from scratch these days, I still enjoy Pillsbury Pizza Crust on occasion for skipping the mess and saving on time.

Veggie and Sausage Skillet Pizza

One thing they didn’t have when I was first married was a whole grain pizza dough, but they do now. Pillsbury has release their new Artisan Crust with whole grain (16 grams of whole grain per serving). To celebrate this release, my friends and I have a fun Artisan Pizza Party Pack to giveaway.

Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust Prize Pack

One person will win:

  • One VIP coupon to try Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust with Whole Grain for FREE
  • 15.5″ Farberware Pizza Pan
  • Food Chopper with Storage Containers
  • Silicon-grip Oven Mitt

Enter on the Rafflecopter below to be entered!

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Good Luck!

Disclosure: The prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills and Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark.

Comments

  1. says

    I didn’t even know Pillsbury made a pizza crust. This will come in handy on those days when Hubby isn’t around to make the dough from scratch. Thanks.

  2. says

    When I was a kid, homemade pizza was a rarity. But when Mom did make it, she used bread dough for the crust. Of course, it was that commercially made frozen bread dough, which was her idea of homemade bread. LOL. I do like Pillsbury pizza crusts, though I usually make my own these days.

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