Thursday, October 7, 2010

Pillsbury Grands! Mini Biscuits Giveaway

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I love fresh, hot biscuits for breakfast. Yum! My Blog Spark sent me a prize pack consisting of a coupon for Frozen Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits, a biscuit basket, butter dish and spreader and a $15 gift card to buy additional ingredients. I first bought a package of the Butter Flavored Biscuits, then realized that I was asked to try out the MINI biscuits, so I went back to the store to get them as well. First, I cooked the regular biscuits and made bacon and egg breakfast sandwiches. Yum! I loved how quick and easy it was to just take 2 ready-to-cook biscuits from the freezer and cook them up. We thought they were delicious. Here are some of our “biscuit creations.”

Regular size Grand’s Biscuit Bacon and Egg Sandwich

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Mini Grand’s Sandwiches with ham, cheese, egg, lettuce and guacamole

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Apple Cobbler made with Mini Grand’s Biscuits

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You can get a $1 off coupon  for Frozen Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits here.  Since a package sells for about $2.50, this is a good savings!

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Giveaway:

My BlogSpark is giving away the same package I received to one of my readers. This Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits prize pack  includes a VIP coupon good for a free package of biscuits, a $15 gift card to purchase your recipe creation/experimentation needs, a biscuit basket, a butter dish and spreader!

To enter, tell me how you would use the mini biscuits. (I’m looking for more recipe ideas!) If you are a Google Friend Connect Follower, leave a comment telling me so for a second entry. For a third entry, either leave a comment on my Super Star Speech blog or sign up for the email list at Super Star Speech.

Winner will be chosen by random.org on Oct. 20.

I received this prize pack free from My Blog Spark and Pillsbury. I was not required to blog about it. All opinions are my own.

173 comments:

  1. I would use them to make mini chicken pot pies.

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  3. I would make mini sausage and egg sandwiches for breakfast.

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  5. I use it as a topping on my shepherds pie! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  7. Yum! If I won, I'd use these to make these delicious Chedder and Bacon biscuits!http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/cheddar-and-bacon-biscuits/4204542d-d548-4ed5-9f9e-f76b2044f08c/

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  9. It might not be an original idea, but I can't wait to try these with scrambled eggs, and sausage with country gravy.

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  10. i would wrap a hotdog around it and bake them in the oven
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  12. I like to use them as stew toppings.

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  14. I would use them at breakfst, with eggs and sausage or bacon. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

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  16. thepot pies look creative but would also do the breakfast biscuits with sausage

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  17. I have put eggs and ground sausage on top with gravy.

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  18. I think that they would be great for the topping of a chicken pot pie.
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  19. I would use these to make tiny eggs benedict with quail eggs as appetizers!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  20. I follow your blog with google friend connect
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  22. I would split them in half, sprinkle with cheese, put them back together, sprinkle with rosemary and cracked black pepper. Bake as normal.
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  23. I would wrap a slice of ham with sprinkles of cheese around it and bake them in the oven!
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  24. I would put some scrambled eggs, jack cheese, and green chiles on my mini biscuits.
    Alicia Webster
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  25. I would top it with caramel and bake it

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  26. almaNYC said:

    I'd stick with butter and honey

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  27. I would use them to make breakfast sandwiches!
    Awesome contest! Thanks for entering me!
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  28. Mini biscuits? Make French Onion Soup, serve in small ramekins, topped with a biscuit and some cheese melted on top. A less crispy option as opposed to a crouton! Yum.

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  30. I would use them under creamed chipped beef(Stouffers makes a ecent one). I would also eat them with butter and homemade jam.

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  31. I would make them into a pizza. All you have to do is add some tomato sauce, pepperoni and whatever other topping you want, and you have a little pizza!

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  32. I press each biscuit into a muffin baking sheet. Fill with a sloppy joe mix and bake till the biscuit looks cooked. Top with some cheese.

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  33. I would use them at breakfast with pan sausage and grape jelly.
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  34. Biscuits stuffed with pork sausage and a cube of melted Cheddar.

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  35. Well, not terribly creative, but definitely hot out of the oven, served with a variety of home made jams, like apricot, blackberry, plum and even apple butter!

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  36. I would make mini strawberry shortcake!

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  37. Biscuits & spicy sausage gravy!

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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  38. I would love to try a new thing...maybe a version of a McDonald's biscuits.

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  39. I'd baked it with fillings of tuna mixed pepper, with black olives, light mayo, tomatoes and cheese
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  42. My favorite way to eat the is warm with lots of honey and butter.

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  44. I would add a scrambled egg, cheese and bacon.

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  45. I would just put a little ham, egg & cheese on them

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  46. I bake hamburger, potatoes, carrots and onions in a caserole pan and before its done at the end I put the biscuits on top and let them cook. It is good. Reminds me of the danish pasty filling that comes in the pasty's you can buy in Michigans Upper Peninsula.
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  47. I'm a purist - plain with butter and honey.

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  48. I would make mini sausage biscuits.
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  51. I follow GFC.
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  52. I like bacon, eggs and cheese.

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  53. I'd like to try using them in this chicken and biscuits recipe:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/chicken-stew-with-biscuits-recipe/index.html

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  55. I like to use them in chicken and dumplings, instead of making from scrach.
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  58. I'd make biscuits and gravy!

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  60. My son would want me to use them to make BBQ Cups, but I would rather make little quiches in them.

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  62. What a great gift pack! I would serve the biscuits with just butter to go with breakfast.

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  64. ad me in and well if thereany think like the ones that come in a roll well then i use them to make: fray bread so that i can have my self some indian tacos. the next time i make them i have to take a photo of them and put them on my blog for every one to see. any how ad me in thanks jenny9675309@yahoo(dot)com

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  65. I would try these with the mini biscuits! http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/caramel-nut-breakfast-biscuits/a9e18417-8dfb-4644-9098-2abb87919e4b/

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  66. I would use them on my chicken pot pie recipe. Thanks so much for the chance! :)
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  67. I'm a blog follower via GFC.
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  69. Id make them into Chicken and Dumplings. YUM!!
    thanks for the chance.
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  70. I would like to make individual strawberry short cakes

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  71. I would make top them with sausage gravy-yum!
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  72. I'm a new follower on GFC.
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  73. Sorry, I don't have any particular recipe, but I do frequently use these biscuits along with beef stew.

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  75. I would give a go on the Mini Beef Sliders...


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  76. I'd just slather them with butter and honey. That's ok, right :)

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  77. I'd split them & make mini pizzas!! grammypenny@frontier.com

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  78. I really love biscuits and homemade gravy. That's how I'd use them.


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  79. while they are warm--spread butter & raspberry jelly on them--YUM!! :)

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  81. I make pot pies with left over *cooked meat, coordinating gravy, mixed veggies and a half of an onion chopped. Mix all together in a casserole dish and top with biscuits. Bake at 350 until bubbly and biscuits are browned. YUM!

    * turkey/turkey gravy, chicken/chicken gravy, brisket/brown gravy, etc.

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  82. I would put cheesy scrambled eggs and crumbled bacon on them!

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  83. I make a chicken casserole that these would make a great topper for.

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  84. I would use the mini biscuits for quick breakfasts with a spot of butter, some real bacon bits and a quarter slice of American cheese.

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  86. I'd split them, add a bit of butter, sprinkle in Italian herbs and some shredded cheese, then heat till the cheese melts :)
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  87. I'd just slather them in butter and home made jam!
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  88. I would use them with chipped beef and sauce.

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  89. chicken and dupplins made with grands
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  90. We would make mini hamburgers and turkeyburgers.

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  91. I would make mini egg cheese and sausage sandwichs!
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  93. Mmmm...Those breakfast sandwiches look good. I'd probably go with that.

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  94. I would use them with my homemade chicken soup
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  95. I would use them for chicken pot pie

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  96. Split them open and place on a cookie sheet. Spoon some chili (great way to use up leftovers)over them and sprinkle a little cheddar cheese over the chili. Place in the oven at 350 for 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted. It makes a great lunch or quick dinner.

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  98. I would use them for bisquits, sausage and gravy for breakfast
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  101. i would use them for ham cheese and chicken mini sandwiches

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  102. use as a topping in chicken n' dumplings!!

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  103. I'd have to say biscuits and grvy.
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  104. I would use them mostly plain (with some butter) or as a bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich...yummy!

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  105. I would use chicken nuggets to make mini chicken and biscuit sandwiches.
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  106. You can make them in a casserole dish with a honey glaze mixture over them

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  108. I would use the biscuits to make biscuits and gravy for breakfast.

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  111. I would use them to make tiny eggs Benedict yummy! suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  112. Every time I see a biscuit, I want to pour sausage gravy over them! Thank you!

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  114. I love to make homemade chicken pie from scratch so I could use them on top of it.

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  115. My kids would DIE if I baked with them! They'd want to eat them just like they are!

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  116. I would make breakfast for dinner with pillsbury biscuits, eggs, bacon and fruit.
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  119. I'd make a breakfast sandwich with egg, cheese and sausage.

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  120. I would use them to make Chicken and Dumplings
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  122. I love to eat them with either butter or honey/cinnamon, thanks!

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  123. I'd use the mini-biscuits to make chicken and biscuits. It's a favorite of mine during this time of the year. Cream of chicken with some diced chicken and vegies, topped with biscuits and baked. So yummy!
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  126. Sausage and Biscuits for Sunday breakfast!

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  127. I love the biscuits just the way they are - heated up and with butter or honey butter on top - yum!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  128. I would use them to make sausage gravy & biscuits!

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  130. i would brush them with butter, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on them, and use them to top a cherry pie

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  132. Strawberry shortcakes is what I would make
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  133. follow blog as jelaws5
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  134. I would put medium sharp cheddar and tomatoes on them for my toddler who loves all three ingredients. He'd be a happy little man at lunch, I just know it.

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  135. I would use them to make biscuits and gravy.
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  136. I would use them in a hamburger and veggie casserole!

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  138. I would put cinnamon and sugar on these to make it more of a dessert treat!
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  140. Hawaiian biscuits! Coat the biscuits in oil/honey, roll in crushed flakes or Rice Krispies, put your choice of tropicalish fruits and custard on top! Warm in the oven for a minute or 2. Yum!

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  142. I would love to use the mini biscuits to make little ham biscuit sandwiches. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com

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  144. strawberry shortcake
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  145. I make a crustless chicken pot pie and serve it on the split biscuits

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  146. Thanks for the giveaway...we eat Pillsbury Grands with scrambled eggs & spicy chorizo sausage !

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  148. I would use them to make mini sausage, egg and biscuit sandwiches.

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  149. I would use mine to make breakfast biscuits with eggs and sausage :)

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  150. Make them into mini strawberry shortcakes. Thanks for the contest.

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  151. I would make scrambled eggs with bacon pieces and stuff it inside.

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  153. I would use then for breakfast by making mini chicken, steak and sausage biscuits. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  154. I'm going to make them with hotdog gravy :)

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  155. I would love to have them with country ham and biscuits and gravy

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