Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Goodwill, Pillsbury Sweet Rolls and a Giveaway

A quick trip to Goodwill cost me only 49 cents for a cute, small silver tray...
Now, most of my blogger buddies would have left it tarnished, but...
I can't seem to do that...so I polished it up:
And I couldn't wait to use it! It just so happened that MyBlogSpark sent me a Pillsbury gift pack which included a coupon to try Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls...
and included 2 photo books which can be stored in this frame. So...
... I made them for Sunday brunch and they were so yummy. And they looked delicous and mouth-watering on my lovely new silver tray!
Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls are warm, fresh, and ready to serve in just minutes. With an ooey-gooey texture and a delicious orange icing, Orange Sweet Rolls have a mouth watering aroma that is sure to bring your family together like no other breakfast! Packed with the love and flavor of a treat made from scratch, but without the time and cleanup, Orange Sweet Rolls are the perfect addition to your family's Sunday morning traditions.
Is your mouth watering yet? If so, enter my giveaway:

Pillsbury and MyBlogSpark is sponsoring this GIVEAWAY(coupon and photo album/frame)... just leave a comment and tell me how you would serve these rolls and I will pick a name on Sunday, February 28th..."follow" me for an extra chance!!

I'm joining Trash to Treasure Tuesday at Reinvented and Thrifty Thursday at Bloggeritaville - - Hop on over to see other thrifty finds!

26 comments:

  1. Wow, looks do delish and your tray is lovely.

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  2. Your tray looks beautiful! I love the look of it all polished up!

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  3. The tray is beautiful and the rolls make me hungry.

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  4. You know I love my tarnished silver but you may have me polishing some of my pieces because that tray looks beautiful. The rolls look delicious! I would probably not have a chance to serve them because my guys would be eating them right out of the pan.
    Jane

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  5. I would serve these on a colorful napkin in a lovely wicker basket on Sunday Morning=)
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

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  6. I became a follower=)
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

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  7. I would serve these rolls with hot tea for a sweet treat :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. Following with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}]
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  9. I would serve them straight off the pan into my belly! I mean...I would share with others on nice plates.

    Cause if I didn't they would read about it on my blog anyway and complain ;)

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  10. We've tried these and love them! I like to serve Sunday breakfast goodies on my jadeite cakeplate. That way, if by any miracle some are left, I can just put the cover over them! PS I am a follower!

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  11. Great post! I would serve those babies up to my husband in bed. He has been pulling ridiculous hours at work and could use a nice treat like breakfast in bed. Those with some fruit and coffee. Perfect!
    Thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday!
    Leigh
    Tales from Bloggeritaville
    www.lbratina.blogspot.com

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  12. Could you pass me a cinnamon roll, please? :)

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  13. Patti,
    Those rolls look so divine! Not sharing would be how I'd eat them! I want to come to your Goodwill, 49 cents, WOW. It polished up so pretty!
    Dee Dee

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  14. I wish my Goodwill was this inexpensive. A tray like that would've costed at least $1.99! Good find, love it! I think it looks better polished too.

    You just made me so hungry (and I just got done eating breakfast)! LOL! I'd serve the rolls on my square silver tray I bought from Target a few years ago. I love my tray!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    P.S. I'm already a follower! :oD

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  15. Love that tray!!! And I would serve those rolls on a lazy Sunday morning when you don't feel like making a big breakfast!!

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  16. wow I got a few fake silver trays at goodwill 2 weeks ago but they didn't polish up that nice! They cost me $2 a piece too! Hahah! Great find!!

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  17. Hi Patti!
    I'm a new follower...and I'd bake up those rolls and take themm to work because my co-workers deserve it!

    I really love that tray. I'm getting into silver now and look every time I go to GW or SA. Great find!!!

    Nancy

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  18. Love the tray, can't believe someone didn't snap it up before you ever had a chance to look at it, at that price! It just amazes me what people get rid of...sure glad they do, though!

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  19. I love the tray! I usually leave most of my silver tarnished, I just love the look...however I am seriously rethinking a few of my pieces.

    I love the rolls, my favorite way to server them is warm from the oven, glaze is still kind of oozy... Lenox china tea cups, Constant Comment tea and my kiddos and me on the back porch enjoying the Sunday morning.

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  20. I'd serve them for brunch with some fresh fruit and orange juice.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  21. Thanks a million for stopping by my blog! =) And do I really need to tell you how much I love that silver tray? It's so nice, and you just left it gleaming! 49 cents...what a bargain!

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  22. You turned the tarnished silver into a treasure. I would serve the rolls on my deep red platter with a mix of fresh berries scattered about.
    Karena

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  23. Love that silver platter.

    In all honesty, I probably wouldn't serve the rolls because they are so yummy they would be eaten right out of the baking pan :) Love the frosting around my mouth. It's like getting a bonus taste at the end of the roll.

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  24. With hot black coffee on a Sunday morning...mmmm! They look delicious!

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

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  25. Great purchase! I would bake them and try not to eat all of them before sharing with my coworkers!

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