Mother’s Day: Tenderflake Pie Kits. Bake a Smile and a #Giveaway Chef’s Coat
My girls and I love to bake. And we love to be silly too. Because every now and then humor is food for your soul. So for Mother’s Day we shared some silly moments in the kitchen and we tried out Tenderflake’s Easy Pie kits. I mean, really, who doesn’t love pie?
Tenderflake easy pie kits and Tenderflake pie shells take the headache out of baking and help simplify process for children in the kitchen. On occasion we make our own crusts and shells, but I love how these make everything just a bit easier and scrumptious too. There are two different Easy Pie kits: one has crumble topping and the other has a regular double crust topping. All you do is add the fruit or the filling. For our Mother’s Day pie we tried banana cream.
Tonight we get to sample it. Mushy bananas and milk and sugar and maybe some fresh sliced bananas or whipped topping on the top. So good! Plus the mixing and pouring and making pie together is just fun. Tenderflake always tastes good and is affordable too. We love the small tart shells.
We called our creation – Banana Smile Pie.
Pick up a Tenderflake Easy Pie kit and make a pie with your kids, or your Mom. Perfect for all three generations actually. For a limited time you can win one of these cute kid’s chef coats too. Win one of two ways enter here on my blog through the widget below. Or save seven UPC symbols and send them in. Open to Canadians only.
In the mean time you can also gather some fun family ideas for crafts and things to do with your children on Mother’s Day. Perfect for friends and family too. Visit Tenderflake Family Workshop for more information. Disclosure: I am a member of Maple Leaf Connects and as such, I receive compensation and some perks for writing about their products. I love Tenderflake and my opinion is all my own. a Rafflecopter giveaway
The last time I baked a pie was 15 years ago ;o
This week I want to finger paint with both of my girls. -SASS
Oooo…I love pies!
Fun post – that banana pie is so cute!
Thanks for participating in SASS
I would like to use the stencils on their website http://www.tenderflake.ca/Doc/2595_Holidays_stencils_generic_1_D.pdf and make a fun something with my kids!
I left a comment on http://www.thriftymommasbrainfood.blogspot.ca/2012/03/noni-says-no-childrens-picture-book.html this blog post, there was nowhere in the RC form to put it.
Thanks for letting me know and for entering.
mmmm – i love pie!
My sister has taught my daughter to make pie dough from scratch but I don’t think I’ve ever made dough with her. I’m a “grab the Tenderflake deep dish crust” girl. It would be neat to try a kit, though.
Id love to do the paper lanterns with my daughter
My daughter would also love the baskets!
Searching for Happy
I don’t typically make pies because the crusts scare me. I’d love to experiment with the crusts and see what I could do!
Great giveaway and good luck to everyone!
Visiting from SASS.
Although I prefer doing homemade crust, it is just about impossible when you are in a rush so I grab a Tenderflake crust and my son helps me fill it with whatever kind of filling we decide on! Mmmmm 🙂
Did you know Canada
Oh my gosh, would love to try the Chocolate Mummy Tart with the boys!
Did you know Canada
I commented on this post: http://www.thriftymommasbrainfood.blogspot.ca/2012/04/variations-review.html
I love the vanilla scarecrow tart! How cute is that? SASS
The spider brownie tart is super cute and look pretty easy.
I would like to make paper flower
I’d like to make the Peanut Butter and Jelly Mini-Tarts.
Would love to do the paper flowers
Commented on your allans dessert bliss pot
Steve @ Grocery Alerts
I would like to use the stencils on their website (my daughter is too young – when she is older though)!
Little Miss Kate
Great way to get started with pie making!