Top Rated Pillsbury Recipes

Even the Greeks know their burgers, and Pillsbury does right by them by creating this authentic turkey burger recipe using their frozen French loaves as buns.  Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Chicken Pot Pie with Pillsbury Crust
Chicken pot pie is quintessential comfort food. Yet the crust can often scare people off — most store-bought pie crusts are not thick and rich enough for a pot pie, but making it from scratch can turn an easy weekday meal into a long production. For this recipe we cheat a little bit by substituting Pillsbury biscuits for crust. The result creates a flaky, full topping for a dish you can make easily. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Pillsbury Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches
Got a can of Pillsbury biscuits languishing away in the back of the refrigerator, with no idea what to do? Here is one solution. These quick and easy breakfast sandwiches are definitely not haute cuisine and no hip brunch place would be caught dead serving them, except only ironically for about $10 a pop. But, they are grilled, and that makes everything OK.
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Debbie R.
This is similar but not identical to the other chocodiles posted. This is from the Pillsbury Bakeoff cookbook. I haven't tried it yet.
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2Bleu
from Pillsbury
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Pillsbury Corn Dog Twists
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2Bleu
Another one from Pillsbury.
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cookin_nurse
This looks easy and wonderful! Found at pillsbury. com.
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LDSMom128
This recipe was on a box of a Pillsbury Cake Mix. Looks easy and fun to make!
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Linda "Cooks" Dallas
This is directly off the side of the box of the Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts. (The roll out kind) This one NEVER fails, and has a "real version" and an each shortcut version. THANK YOU PILLSBURY!
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ciao
I haven't personally tried this, it's in response to a request. It's from the Pillsbury Complete Cookbook, 2000.
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oilpatchjo
Pillsbury Kitchen Cookbook, I found this recipe book in a thrift store. "Enjoy".
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