Pillsbury introduces Reese’s Ready-To-Eat Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

Pillsbury introduces Reese’s Ready-To-Eat Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

Reese’s Ready-To-Eat Peanut Butter Cookie Dough is perfect for your peanut butter baking needs – from easy, warm cookies in minutes to use in your favorite recipe, such as Peanut Butter Blossoms! Our recipe includes no artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, no artificial colors and no high fructose corn syrup.

Love is in the air with Hearts Sugar Cookie Dough for Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air with Hearts Sugar Cookie Dough for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is around the corner. That only means that sneaky Pillsbury Doughboy is up to no good once again with his sugar cookies. Seems the little bugger has the market cornered with each special holiday or occasion to peddle his sugar-laced cookies. Make way for easy ready to bake hearts shape sugar cookie dough.

Lucky Charms Cookie Dough

Lucky Charms Cookie Dough

For a limited time, you can purchase Pillsbury’s Lucky Charms Cookie Dough. You can make 12 big cookies. They are magically delicious. Each sugar cookie comes with marshmallow bits.

Famous Food Mascots: Pillsbury Doughboy

Famous Food Mascots: Pillsbury Doughboy

The Pillsbury Doughboy giggled into pop culture on March 18, 1965. Paul Frees (voiceover actor for Boris BadenovPaul Frees in “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle”) was the first voice actor for the Pillsbury Doughboy. The Doughboy was created by Rudy Perz from the Leo Burnett Agency, the same people that created the concepts of Tony the Tiger and the Jolly Green Giant. Paul Frees died in 1986, Jeff Bergman, who also voiced Charlie the Tuna, took over as the voice of the Doughboy. Jeff Bergman’s agent declared, “Tell ’em, Charlie sent you”. JoBe Cerny is the current voice-over personality of the Pillsbury Doughboy.