Year after year, the little holiday spirits layed on the racks at Vons and Target, Cinnamon rolls and toasted strudel, makes eating Pillsbury's baking fresh recipes a good deal. Recipes that are open secrets give bakers plenty of reasons to say thanks. The local bakers who rise to the occasion both take recipes, and leave them.
Every work day, and weekend day, until December 18th, a recipe, off the company list, comes in the email inbox in a community in town. Bakers ask for that they wish online at www.pillsbury.com.
Have a little time to download? Try the Apple Pie Crescents recipe.
Special Christmas cookie recipes, this year, seen online in Holiday Lookbook 2013, teell locals how to do the soft work with dough, and jam. Love tokens go with egg nog, and have the makings of good taste, a Peppermint cookie sandwich or a Marshmallow lemon snowdrift.
Good baking comes back to Pillsbury in okays for more recipe work. Measuring the ingredients an baking a reindeer cookie in 60 minutes puts full color on a holiday plate just like the color seen in another town. The eyes and nose on the gingerbread men and women tastes sweet enough to serve for the usual. Anywhere.
San Diegans can put their own face on a cookie. Posting recipes online at the Pillsbury online community helps the company keep pace with the present baking done on the blocks in town. Any recipe one's own is a safe bet for a message post or a picture.
Local bakers willing to enter the Bake-Off add a baked good worth making in any new holiday season to the Pillsbury mix. Nutty Graham Picnic Cake, first frosted with brown sugar glaze in San Pedro, had its contest day in 1978, and still looks good in the jingle time works.
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