Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust with Whole Grain Review + Prize Pack Giveaway


Back to School and ready to roll out the pizza dough.  I know, I know your sick and tired of hearing about Back To School this and that but I promise I won’t talk about the books and pencil jazz.  I’m only here to offer you a quick meal idea for to keep your life simple and your family healthy.

Pillsbury staple refrigerated fresh products offer a variety of options. We use Pillsbury Crescents to roll hotdogs in for a fun dinner or the Seamless Crescents for making vegetable pizza recipes.  Now Pillsbury has a ‘whole’ new product on the shelves in your grocers refrigerator section.  The all new Pillsbury Artisan Whole Wheat Pizza Crust is going to being filling your home with the rich aroma of freshly baked goodness.

 image credit: Pillsbury.com

When to Serve

-any night

-on super busy school nights when you don’t have time to do a big meal

-when your friends come over for girls night in


-make it a dessert by baking the crust for 14 min then cooling, smooth on a cream cheese/marshmallow fluff mixture, then add sliced fruit and top with drizzled melted chocolate.

-appetizer like the one found here at pillsbury.com Greek appetizer flatbread

-make a breakfast pizza for dinner or breakfast

-create a pizza pocket customized for each family member (you over achiever mom you)


-healthy whole grain crust


-easy to use



Enter to win the prize package I received:

  • VIP coupon for  New Pillsbury Artisan Pizza Crust with Whole Grain
  • $10 gift card (ingredients)
  • Baking sheet
  • Oven mitt
  • Pizza cutter

“Disclosure: The product, gift pack, information, and additional sample have been provided by Pillsbury through MyBlogSpark.”

Details: You must fill out the Rafflecopter below by signing in via Facebook or using your first name and email (it’s safe..it only has eyes for me). Contest is NOT affiliated with Facebook and Facebook is not responsible for the prize. This contest ends 8/31/12 at 11:59pm est. Winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter random draw and has 48hrs to claim prize. In the event the winner does not respond a new winner will be drawn at random. No purchase necessary to win. US only entries only, must be 18 years or older to enter. I did not receive compensation for this post, however I did receive free product for my honest review.

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