For me Pillsbury reminds me of warm cookies with milk at home with my family. Of course they offer way more products than that and I love their crescent rolls and breakfast goodies too! The Pillsbury brand is constantly expanding and now they are offering ready-to-bake gluten free doughs that are easy for families to cook and still tasty to enjoy! These family favorites can be enjoyed by everyone!
To help kick off the
product launch and inspire baking, Pillsbury enlisted the help of Iron
Chef, cookbook author, TV personality and mom Chef Cat Cora. Cora
created 10 unique and easy recipes using all three dough varieties. Her
gluten free recipes include delicious snacks and meals for a variety of
occasions. Cora’s recipes include:
Gluten Free Hummus and Veggie Pizzettas
Gluten Free Baked Samosas with a Red Pepper, Mango and Mint Chutney
Gluten Free Cookie Dough Energy Bars
Gluten Free Chocolate Cookie Dough Cupcakes
Find all 10 of Cat Cora’s gluten free recipes at www.Pillsbury.com/CatCoraGlutenFree.
Pillsbury has also partnered with “Gluten Free Guru” Danna Korn, a bestselling author, and the founder of Raising Our Celiac Kids (R.O.C.K.). She has been an advocate for the celiac community and living a gluten free lifestyle for more than two decades.
“My passion is to help people learn to live and love the gluten free lifestyle,” says Korn. “Going gluten free is a life-changing experience for most people, and it’s common to feel a loss of convenience and accessibility to great-tasting foods. For Pillsbury to come out with easy-to-make, delicious products that are widely available is a game changer, and I couldn’t be more thrilled!”
For more information on Pillsbury Gluten Free Dough including recipe inspiration, please visitwww.pillsbury.com/glutenfree.
I was excited to try these out with my family. First up was the Pillsbury gluten-free pizza dough. We followed the directions on the container for cooking the dough.
We did not try anything fancy and just went for making pizza. For toppings we just bought pizza sauce, mozzarella, mushrooms and pepperoni.
This pizza was amazing and now I want to try up different variations as I really enjoyed how it tasted!
We also made cookies using the Pillsbury gluten-free cookie dough.
The look browner than cookies that I normally make but it did not affect their taste as they were nice and soft on the inside and melted in our mouths. There were none leftover!
I could hardly tell any of it was gluten-free! They were all easy to make and the directions on the packages worked great! If you have a family member that eats gluten-free or if you are just curious about changing up your family’s eating habits these products from Pillsbury are a great way to start! Next up I hope to make a blueberry pie with the Pillsbury gluten-free pie crust.
You can purchase the Pie and Pastry Dough: 15.8-oz. tub, makes two 9″ pie crusts, 250 calories per serving, MSRP $4.99. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: 14.3-oz. tub, makes approximately sixteen 2″ cookies, 110 calories per serving, MSRP $4.49. Thin Crust Pizza Dough: 13-oz. tub, makes one 10″ pizza crust, 170 calories per serving, MSRP $4.99.
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