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Thursday, June 21, 2012

REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: Pillsbury Baguette Chips from #MyBlogSpark


Looking for ways to spice up your snacking routines? Pillsbury knows just how you feel and wants to awaken your taste buds with their new Pillsbury® Baguette Chips! These hearty chips are sliced from oven baked bread and topped with savory seasonings bringing the unique and contemporary flavors of Italian Cheese & Herb and Cheddar Sun-dried Tomato gourmet snack chips. The delicious flavors and perfect texture of these crispy chips can help you round out any recipe.

Enjoy Pillsbury Baguette Chips for a wide range of occasions: eat them alone, add a bit more flavor to your favorite dip, spice up soup, or add some crunch to your salad!

With 130 calories per serving (21 baguette chips), and 50% less fat than regular potato chips*, Pillsbury Baguette Chips are delicious snack chips that you can feel good about eating.

If that’s not enough to get your mouth watering, then check out these delicious chips for yourself.  To download a printable coupon for $0.75 off one package, you can visit http://bit.ly/PBCcoupon today!

*Pillsbury Baguette Chips (5g fat per 29g serving); regular potato chips (11g fat per 29g serving).  See nutrition information for sodium content.


We love the Pillsbury Baguette Chips.  We tried them with a variety of foods from salads, to soups, and we dipped them, too.  They go great with sandwiches, and with the lower fat content, we feel better with getting that extra crunch that we desire.  We made our usual loaded baked potatoes, and crumbled these on top.  It turned our side dish into something very special.

Both of the varieties are very good.  Not one of the seven in our home has a flavor preference.

Stay connected with Pillsbury through their website, Facebook, and Twitter.  Don't forget to get your $0.75 coupon.

My many thanks to My Blog Spark and to Pillsbury  for offering one of my readers the same Pillsbury Baguette Package that we were able to savor--Six whole packages of Pillsbury Baguette Chips--Three of the Italian Cheese & Here; and Three of the Cheddar Sun-dried Tomato.  These truly are Gourmet Snack Chips.

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No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Many thanks to MyBlogSpark and Pillsbury who provided a product or sample for this Review & Giveaway. I received no monetary compensation. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” This Giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Google, Facebook, or Twitter. Good Luck!

60 comments:

  1. •Make dip more delicious: No breaking chips or sliding dips. Keep it together with Baguette Chips!

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  2. Spice up your soup: Move over ordinary cracker. Baguette Chips bring soup to a whole new level.

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  3. 21 chips equals 130 calories

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  4. I learned they are low calorie and would go great with dips. I would like to try them with cheese dip :O)

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  5. I learned that 21 chips for 130 calories

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  6. I learned that they are easier to handle with dips than chips are.

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  7. I learned they can be used in a variety of recipes and pillsbury offers three different recipe emails!

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  8. they can give salads an extra crunch! yum!

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  9. Add to soups for extra texture and flavor

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  10. i learned that they aren't your ordinary chip, you can use them in soup, salad or other recipes too thanks crystal allen

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  11. i learned they can be used in soup or with salad and are good for you debbie jackson,
    devyjackson at hotmail dot com

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  12. I was unaware these are only 120 calories for 21 chips!

    I know it wasn't mentioned here but I sometimes use chips as a topping for my casseroles. I'm very intrigued as to how these would do in the oven. :)

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  13. You can use them in several ways, and they have less than 1/2 of the fat or a normal chip!

    aaron_amanda(at)live(dot)com

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  14. I learned that Pillsbury Baguette Chips (5g fat per 29g serving) vs regular potato chips (11g fat per 29g serving)

    m8usi at yahoo dot com

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  15. I learned that they have less than 1/3 the fat of a chip!
    heartnsoulcooking at gmail dot com

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  16. I had no idea that Pillsbury made a product called "Sweet Moments". It is a two layer treat. A moist, fudgy brownie, bursting with smooth caramel or velvety cheesecake, coated in chocolate.
    http://www.pillsbury.com/Products/Sweet-Moments

    Ready-to-eat Sweet Moments are in the refrigerated section by other Pillsbury refrigerated dough products.
    leaguebet@gmail.com

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  17. I learned that they go well with soup and will not break.

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  18. You can add them to your salad for a flavorful crunch!
    blueeyed0274@yahoo.com

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  19. I learned they are great in soup also 21 chips equals 130 calories. Better for you.

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  20. I learned that they have half the fat of regular potato chips!

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  21. I learned that these are good in salads. Cheddar Sun Dried Tomato seems much more exciting than traditional croutons.

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  22. i learned that u can add them to a salad

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  23. Make dip more delicious: No breaking chips or sliding dips. Keep it together with Baguette Chips!

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  24. You can add them to soup or salads.

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  25. I learned that only 21 chips equals 130 calories.

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  26. I learned that they have 1/2 of the fat of regular potato chips.
    thanks for the giveaway

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  28. You can eat 21 chips and it's only 130 calories.

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  29. Add crunch to your salad: Toss in Baguette Chips for a flavorful crunch and decorative punch.

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  30. I learned that they have half the fat of regular potato chips.

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  31. I learned that 21 chips only has 13o calories!
    allyson dot bossie at gmail dot com

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  32. I learned that they would be good to add to a salad.

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  33. I like the idea of using them for dips.

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  34. they can give salads an extra crunch!

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  35. I learned they can give texture and flavor to soup.

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  36. I cannot wait to switch out my crackers and put the chips in its place. I like the calorie count being less than regular chips.So many choices to use in many dishes!
    Cyndee Thomas
    cyndee.thomas0@gmail.com

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  37. Members can save $200 in coupons per year.
    marine.mom42@hotmail.com

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  38. i learned there are lots of yummy recipes on their site!

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  39. I read: Make dip more delicious: No breaking chips or sliding dips. Keep it together with Baguette Chips!

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  40. With 21 chips for 130 calories and half the fat of regular potato chips*, feel good about enjoying our new oven-baked gourmet snack chips!

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  41. there are only 2 flavors available

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  42. I loved learning that they make a great substitute for crackers in soup!

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  43. they are great with soup instead of crackers

    sweetheart4171(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  44. i learned they'd be delicious in a salad - hadn't thought of that

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  45. They have half the fat of potato chips.

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  46. These will be delicious with some homemade dip or hummus! :)

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  47. These will be so good with ranch dip!

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