Pillsbury Toaster Strudels Giveaway

December 7, 2010 by Kailani  
Filed under food, giveaways

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to commentor #75: Vickie C!

Ever since I was first introduced to Toaster Strudels years ago, I’ve always kept my freezer stocked with them. They make a great late night snack for me or a quick breakfast for the girls. We love the toasted outside, the warm filling, and of course the gooey icing. Ah, the icing.

strudle“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!”

Now you have the chance to show us what kind of icing artist you are with the “Doodle on A Strudel” Facebook application. Visit Pillsbury on Facebook and click on the Toaster Strudel tab to use your cursor to draw your favorite icing designs on the virtual Toaster Strudel pastry. You can save your Strudel Doodles and share them on Facebook or send a doodle to your friends by clicking “Share Your Strudel Art.”

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 http://strudelsmiles.pillsbury.com/ and enter to win four boxes of Toaster Strudel from now through February 7, 2011.

So what are you waiting for? Wouldn’t you just love to have a Toaster Strudel right now? I know I would!


I have a Toaster Strudel prize pack to give away to one lucky winner! This includes a Pillsbury Doughboy Giggle Doll, along with a smiley face-themed mug, placemat and stress ball. To enter:

  • strudel prizeJust mention in comments before midnight, Dec 21st what you do to make your weekday mornings easier. That’s it!
  • A random winner will be selected and notified via email shortly thereafter.
  • The winner will then have 2 days to claim their prize.

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This giveaway is open to US addresses. Good luck!

This post was written for MyBlogSpark & Pillsbury who provided the information as well as the item for review and giveaway. I was not compensated in any way except for the complimentary product. By entering this giveaway, you are acknowledging that you have read, understood, and agree to our disclosure policy.

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Kailani is the owner and founder of An Island Life. You'll find her sharing her daily life as a mother to 3 wonderful daughters, working as a flight attendant, and living a blessed life in Hawaii. She is also the founder of the group review site - Family Review Network. Follow along on her adventure of a lifetime this Winter as a member of the Vaseline Dry Skin Patrol!
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129 Responses to “Pillsbury Toaster Strudels Giveaway”
  1. ellen says:

    To make my mornings easier, I usually have hot or cold cereal- it is cold here, so oatmeal rules :)

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  5. Sarah says:

    To make my weekday mornings easier, I put out everyone’s vitamins and cups on the table the night before. I also cut up fruit, at that time, and put it into containers so everyone has one ready to eat, while their breakfast is being made.

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  9. sandra says:

    i get out of the house promptly to let me husband deal with the kids :)

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  11. debp says:

    I get everything ready the night before.

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  13. Terra Heck says:

    We make weekday mornings easier by setting out our outfits, homework, paperwork, and everything we need the night before. That way all we have to do is gather it from one spot and get ready to go. Thanks.

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  16. Maureen says:

    Sometimes I will make extra waffles so that I can store them in the freezer and then just heat and serve them in the morning.

  17. Ellen C. says:

    I prep as much as possible the night before to make things easier. Thanks!

  18. Ellen C. says:

    I’m a subscriber.

  19. marci h says:

    To make things easier–i make a list on what i need to do for the following day and i have a list for the kids too. :) It keeps from forgetting things!! :)

  20. marci h says:

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  21. Qtpies7 says:

    I’m pretty lucky in that I don’t have any weekday morning rush! The 3 people who have to leave, do it on their own. But when we do have to leave in the morning, I try to have quicker breakfast items on hand. Fruit, yogurt, frozen foods, etc. Because we wouldn’t want to try getting UP earlier or anything, lol.
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  23. angie says:

    we prepare the night before

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  26. Ashley H says:

    I try to get everything ready the night before.

  27. jen says:

    To make mornings easier I lay out everyone’s outfits the night before!!

  28. Mary B. says:

    What makes our mornings easier is having lunches made the night before, outfits decided upon and then usually hot cooked oatmeal.

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  31. lory1317 says:

    We love Toaster Struedels. What a great yummy giveaway. Thanks.

  32. lory1317 says:

    Email subscriber. Thanks.

  33. Addison KAT says:

    To make weekday mornings easier, we prep the night before. Clothes, backpack, shoes, coats. It helps a little but we still forget things!

  34. Addison KAT says:

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  35. Nicole-Lynn says:

    I like to leave my keys and purse by the front door as well as grabbing a quick breakfast I can eat on the go such as a bagel, or toaster strudel! :)

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  36. Nicole-Lynn says:

    I subscribe via email.

  37. Julianne L says:

    I make my mornings easier, I pack breakfast and lunch for work the night before. So it’s just grab and go. Then I have breakfast at work.

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  40. groovyoldlady says:

    As my girls would ask, “What’s a weekday?” ;-) In the winter time, making sure I read my Bible each morning in front of my solar therapy lamp (’tis a northern latitude need!) is a must for making each day cheerful. :-)
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  41. Kristen says:

    If I’m in a hurry it’s cold cereal for breakfast!

  42. ellen says:


  43. Mindi says:

    To make my weekday mornings easier I have the kids clothes, shoes, coat, and backpack all laid out the night before!

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  47. Vickie Couturier says:

    What I do to make my mornings easier is to get everything ready the night before an have breakfast already on the plan so I know what im preparing

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  52. Carla Pullum says:

    I wake up 15 mintues earlier before the kids get up to relax before everything gets crazy! It give me more patience!

  53. Ellen says:

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  55. Steph says:

    I make my morning easier by getting 95% of things done the night before. Coffee made, instant breakfast drinks made, clothes all set, etc. I also get up several hours before everyone so I can get a head start. Love my mornings.

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  59. felecia says:

    I try to do as much as I can the night before so my mornings will run smoothly

  60. felecia says:

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  61. Amber says:

    i make pancakes, waffles, muffins all homemade then I freeze thing like the stuff from the store

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  65. ellen says:

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  69. Melissa Barnes says:

    my kids love toaster struedles so my mornings always go easier when i have these in the freezer cause my kids eat breakfast fast and are ready to finish getting ready

  70. Melissa Barnes says:

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  72. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I set everything out the night before during the cold winter months we usually have instant oatmeal

  73. Cheryl says:

    I figure out outfits for the next day the night before.

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  76. Patti Hess says:

    To make my weekday mornings easier I prepare the coffee the night before, i get out the cereal, bowls, spoons, cups and set them on the table this makes it a bit easier

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    thanks for the chance

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  78. Steph says:


  79. Kimberly says:

    To make my mornings easier, I Have easy to make breakfast items ready and get up a few minutes earlier.

  80. Kimberly says:

    Email subscriber of yours.

  81. Kimberly says:

    I follow you on twitter

  82. ellen says:


  83. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

    I get things together the night before. Like putting out my son’s clothes, and making lunches, etc. Makes it so much easier than waiting until the morning.

  84. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

    I’m an email subscriber.

  85. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

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  88. Jennifer says:

    I try to make mornings easier by picking something easy to make for breakfast. I also try to get as much as possible ready the night before (daughters clothes, school lunch made, backpack ready and so forth).
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  91. Vickie Couturier says:

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  99. ellen says:

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  102. Daniel M says:

    not much time in the mornings, just get a coffee and a health bar usually

  103. ellen says:

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  107. Jennifer T. says:

    I try to give us plenty of extra time when we have to be somewhere in the morning. It always takes up twice as long as I think it should.

  108. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m an e-mail subscriber.

  109. Vickie Couturier says:

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  112. Jackie says:

    To make my weekday mornings easier, I try to have a variety of breakfast foods on hand so everyone can find something they like to eat before leaving the house. Thanks!
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  113. Jackie says:

    I am a subscriber
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  114. Kelly Grant says:

    Bagels!!! Or frozen waffles

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  118. Alex H. (Lexigurl) says:

    Weekend mornings would be easier if I went to bed a bit earlier

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  122. lisa kay says:

    I am all about getting everything made and set out the night before…

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  125. ellen says:

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  126. Sheila K. says:

    To make the mornings easier, I try to get as much ready the night before!

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  128. Lisa L says:

    To make my weekday mornings easier, I try to pack my husband’s lunch the night before & get his clothes out so he doesn’t make a ton of noise looking for stuff in the morning.

  129. Lisa L says:

    I’m a feed subscriber