Pillsbury Simply Refridgerated Cookies

August 6, 2009 by  
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We love cookies in our house and one of my most favorite snacks has to be chocolate chip cookies and milk. They are the best when they are out of the oven, but I am not always in the mood to go though the whole spiel of making homemade cookie dough.

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I have always been a fan of baking and usually steer clear of pre-made cookie dough. I try and make things that have natural ingredients especially when it comes to sweeteners. It seems like so many things these days contain high fructose corn syrup and not just normal sugar. Everything is ok in moderation, even sugar, and it’s actually probably healthier than the modified high fructose used to sweeten just about everything these days.

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We were given the chance to try Pillsbury’s new Simply refrigerated cookie dough and the boys and I were very excited to bake them. The new cookies come in two flavors, Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter. They are made with wholesome ingredients like flour, brown sugar, eggs and vanilla and have zero grams trans fat, no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial colors or flavors and no preservatives. They are just “Simply” made with all the good stuff that makes them taste homemade without the mess of making the dough yourself.

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I made the cookies with my boys and it was nice to include them. They had fun putting the cookies on the baking sheet to go in the oven. They were very eager to eat the cookies, so they were really excited to see that they were done in just about 13 minutes. The chocolate chip cookies were so good and we polished a dozen cookies off by the end of the day between the four of us. The next batch I make, I think I will have to hide them. Pillsbury Simply cookies taste just like homemade without the mess, so I will definitely keep a couple packages on had for those sweet tooth cravings.

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220 Responses to “Pillsbury Simply Refridgerated Cookies”
  1. Amber G says:

    I simplify cooking by using fresh ingredients and not too much sauce or dressing. It’s important to taste the FOOD you are eating!

  2. McKim says:

    I try to keep a supply of basics on hand, and then have several recipes that use those ingredients. That way I have a little bit of choice about what to fix each night.

  3. karenmed409 says:

    We try to simplify our everyday life with schedules on the fridge. so easy for everyone to keep track of what needs to be done or has been done.

  4. Joanne Schultz says:

    I cook extra when making casseroles, and then freeze the extras which will serve as meals on days when a quick meal is necessary!

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  8. Heather Turner says:

    I make breakfast the night before and just add fruit as a side item in the morning. I babysit several kids and so all I have to do in the morning is warm it up and that makes everyone happier to have it done faster! :D Financially, I type out all of our debt on a chart that I have made from smallest to biggest and pay them off one by one.

  9. Benita B. says:

    For each dinner meal, I cook three simple components: 1. fish, chicken or meat 2. vegetables 3. grain or carbohydrate (potatoes, rice, kasha). Simple.

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    At our house we are vegetarians. We eat mostly fruits and vegetables that we grown in season in our own back yard. Our simple yet healthful diet gives us optimal nutrition with minimal preparation and cleanup.

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  12. sandy says:

    we simplify by premaking bundles of meat for tacos and pizza, and sloppy joes, etc. I try to make twice as much if I can and one of the easiest things to do is make huge crockpots of chili and soups so there is a leftover for a few lunches

  13. susan varney says:

    if using vegetables cut up the night befor and put in plastic bags mverno@roadrunner.com

  14. Amanda S. says:

    I simplify my cooking by planning out my meals a week in advance. Makes dinner time much easier already knowing what I’m going to make!

  15. Patti says:

    We have simplified life by spending more time with family and friends, and spending less money on going out.

  16. Kiara says:

    I simplify my cooking by planning all my meal in a head of time.
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  17. Dana Hammell says:

    keeping the essentials on hand helps to keep cooking simple, nothing better than a good hotdish for supper

  18. jeanine says:

    i simplify meal time by always having a plan! i make menu plans and shop a week in advance. that way i don’t have to scramble at the last minute to throw a meal together and i have all the ingredients on hand.

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  20. Amanda says:

    I simplify my cooking by making enormous batches when I have time, and freezing leftovers. That way I can pull out prepackaged portions when I don’t have time to cook. The best frozen meals are vegetable soup and lasagna.
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  23. barbara wright says:

    I simplify my life by being organized. Every Sunday, I sit down with a list of everywhere the kids need to be and a list of everywhere I need to go and work it out so that I can get my errands done while they’re at their friends or in extra-curricular activities.

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  28. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I will make hambugers one night and make extra the next day I will use the left over hamburger to make spaghetti. I do the same thing with grilled chicken. The next day it becomes a salad. This saves me so much time and money.

  29. Marilyn Wons says:

    I simplify my cooking in everyday life by making three meals that are the same. I freeze two for later use. This is also easier to buy the same ingredients when I shop!

  30. Gena Morris says:

    I simplify cooking by keeping all my tools close by and try to keep them organized. Makes it much easier.

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  33. Carol says:

    I am the absolute queen of being organized, to the point of OCD! I wouldn’t have it any other way. Being organized simplifies my life because I know where everything is, I don’t run out of anything, and nothing usually catches me off-guard.

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  37. Brandon Ralston says:

    I use my microwave very often!

  38. Carolyn says:

    We simplify cooking in our house by making soups and stews quite often which are easy to make and satisfying to all.
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  40. Damla says:

    “Simply” loving simplifies everything, not only cooking:)

  41. Sonya Sparks says:

    Hi,
    I use basic recipes, the fewer ingredients the better. I’m not a very good cook, so the simplier the better

  42. DeeAnn S says:

    I keep a note pad on the kitchen counter and when I run out of something or am getting low, I write the item on the list. Then when I go shopping I have my list of need. This makes shopping quicker and easier cause I know what I want. I find I get in and out of the store much quicker! Thanks.

  43. Meaghan F. says:

    I use as much fresh food as I can in meals and use lots of herbs to season.

  44. Linda Lansford says:

    I never make a meal that takes more than 30 minutes

  45. scottsgal says:

    I try to cook easy meals – nothing too elaborate – lots of fresh veggies and fruit that are easy to prepare

  46. Chris G. says:

    I simplify cooking by choosing easy recipes. Thanks for the giveaway!

  47. Kim H. says:

    I have meals planned out on index cards. Making them a little at a time wasn’t difficult, so now I have over 30 cards, enough for a different dinner idea for a month. Plan the meals out a week in advance with magnets on the frig. Everyone knows what meal is next and there is a ingred list on each card thta makes shopping easy.

  48. Katharine says:

    I use fresh herbs and spices to flavor basic dishes – makes life easy and uncomplicated (and healthy)

  49. judy brittle says:

    I plan my meals a week in advance and post it on the fridge. I know what I’m making every day and I don’t have to hear whats for dinner? Thank you!

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  52. May Schultz says:

    I usually cook a large amount of food one day, and then I have it ready to just reheat for the next couple of days. Saves wear and tear on the cook!

  53. Staci A says:

    I simplify cooking by doing it in batches. I cook a lot and freeze or plan the week’s meal around what I made. I try to do a lot of prep stuff one day a week, so it’s easy to grab later.

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  56. Dree says:

    I prepare all the ingredients ahead of time and clean up as I go.

  57. Mary M says:

    I simplify cooking by having a good supply of pantry basics on hand. No running to the store for a single ingredient!

  58. Jennifer M says:

    I prep lots of simple meats and vegetables early in the week, and cook them plainly. Then I combine and recombine them with sauces, eggs, pasta, rice, tortillas, etc. as needed during the week.

  59. Monique Rizzo says:

    We have stopped eating out so much and focus on eating together as a family. Thanks for the chance.
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  60. lilshuga2001 says:

    I have a cool lil magnet schedule that my brother can write what he wants to eat for the week. And it has a notepad on the side for a grocery list!

    Makes like a LOT easier for me! :)

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    My mom dorothy loves to buy me cookies………..for good work

  64. Ashley says:

    i plan out a my meals a week in advance, do all the grocery shopping and then group everything together as much as i can for each meal.

  65. I keep my recipes simple, and with few ingredients. Also, I try to be organized!
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  69. Jeff says:

    I simplify my cooking by using cooking spray!

  70. Jennifer says:

    at night I chop up and prep my ingrediants for the next day! it makes cooking dinner so much faster!

  71. Courtney says:

    I pre-plan all of our meas. That way we have everything on hand. It makes it easier and saves the extra trips to the store.

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  73. angie says:

    I make soup, stews, and other meals that can be frozen for many more uses later.

  74. I keep cooking simple by using as few ingredients as possible :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  75. Carol Lawrence says:

    I simplify my cooking by planning all my meal in a head of time and using recipes with only a few ingredients. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  79. Jessica says:

    I simplify cooking by making extra of whatever I’m making and freezing it for an easy meal another night, it’s nice to have something ready to go when I come home from work exhausted!

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  82. Kimberly L says:

    I cook double when making dishes, and then freeze the additional for quick re-heat meal in a hurry.

  83. Janet F says:

    I simplify cooking by making a menu plan and shopping list every two weeks.

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  86. mindy says:

    by having ready made meals available

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  88. Dina says:

    I cook in larger batches and freeze for later.

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  94. Janet says:

    we use the microwave and crockpot for easy meals :)

  95. Kathy Scott says:

    When hamburger is on sale, I buy in bulk. I fry it up and put it in containers for spaghetti, lasagna, tacos, etc.

  96. Cassandra says:

    I simplify cooking by using as few ingredients as possible and making sure that I have a good supply of my most basic ingredients.

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  100. Laura Collins says:

    I try to do all of my chopping and dicing over the weekend.
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  103. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I simplify my cooking by buying my hambgurer in bulk and then frying it all at once and freezing it in 1 lb parts so if I have a casserole or want to make sloppy joes or tacos, I just pull out an alreayd made bag from the freezer.

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  105. Kimberly says:

    I simplify things by making large quantities and freezing the leftovers. It’s great to have homemade meals in a pinch.

  106. Rosie says:

    Baking instead of frying keeps things simple and healthy. Frying just smells up the entire house and makes everything messy and greasy in the kitchen.

  107. Christie says:

    One way to simplify cooking is to make double batches of some of your family’s favorite dinners and freeze half of it. For instance a casserole or spaghetti sauce. Then you have a quick easy dinner for a hectic night.

  108. Tricia says:

    I will do all the prep work a week in advance so I can fix a meal in under a half hour throughout the busy week.

  109. Molly Capel says:

    I simplify cooking by using tried & true recipes.

  110. Lia says:

    I simplify my everyday life by trying to stay organized and taking it one day at a time. A positive outlook and smile on your face helps too. skyskyaa11(at)gmail.com

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  113. I try to come up with a weekly menu. Makes grocery shopping much easier and then I have a plan for what to make for dinner! :)

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  115. Denise says:

    I stick to simple recipes that have few ingredients and not very many steps.

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  118. Carol Ezovski says:

    Maybe not a good thing, but to simplify life I order out a lot! :)
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  119. Sarah Z says:

    I freeze pasta so when I need a quick easy meal, I take a portion and thaw it out and add some veggies and olive oil and we are ready to eat!

  120. shawna says:

    I have to be organized otherwise it get’s too hectic!

  121. Kate says:

    Definitely by planning ahead and doing a little at a time it simplifies many things!

  122. Dddiva says:

    To simplify cooking we do as much prep as we can ahead of time – marinate the meat before freezing, cut into the sizes you need for recipes (ie: strips for salads, chunks for stir fry etc), wash all but the most fragile fruits and vegs etc.

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  126. Jammie says:

    I make extra and freeze that way when I do not feel like cooking we got a home cooked meal in the freezer to pop in the oven.

  127. Chrysa says:

    I fall back on trusted recipes to keep things simple.

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  129. Stacey M says:

    I make a weekly menu to simplify the ongoing question “what’s for dinner”.

  130. I simplify my cooking by using a crock-pot.

  131. Candie L says:

    I like the cookies that already come prepackaged where you just break the squares off. I have not messed up a batch of those yet Thank you

  132. Gloria says:

    I simplify cooking by planning ahead the meals I am going to make and shopping for those ingredients. Also freezing a pan of lasagna to have an extra meal sometimes.

  133. amy delong says:

    using easy ingrediants&cooking basics

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    i make a lot of cookies and this giveaway is great

  135. Julie says:

    I use a crockpot a lot to simplify cooking and the clean up.

  136. Susan Smith says:

    I stick to recipes that are easy to make and have few igredients

  137. Gabriel J. says:

    I always cook more so we have some leftovers for lunch.

  138. heather mccormick says:

    simplify things by making bigger batches to freeze for later date.

  139. Susan C says:

    We have a weekly and monthly schedule posted where everyone can see it. After supper we try to get as much ready for the next day as we can to avoid any last minute rushing around.

  140. Tammy says:

    I simplify cooking by making enough the first time, so that we can have leftovers another night in the week.

  141. Patty Boutin says:

    Thank you so much for having this contest. I really appreciate it.

  142. Tricia Andrews says:

    I do believe a crockpot has made my cooking life much simplier. I toss the ingredents in, turn it on, and 8 hours later we have dinner. I hate being stuck in the kitchen forever and ever to make a meal!

  143. kathy pease says:

    we take turns making meals in our house my teen daughters love to cook :)

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  145. Bridgette Groschen says:

    I prepare dinner right after the kids leave for school. That way I can just stick it in the oven, or crockpot and I won’t ever be stressed out while getting everyone’s homework done(I have 4 kids). I try to do this whenever possible. Prepare ahead so I’m not stressed later. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  149. sara marcy says:

    i cook ahead when making meals, like cooking a lot of chicken, then useing it another way the next night!

  150. Deb K says:

    I simplify my everyday life by making extras when I am cooking soups and stews that way I can freeze them and have it on hand for a later date!

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  153. Daphne says:

    A streamlining time-saver
    we do every night:
    Set the table for breakfast
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  154. DanV says:

    We simplify cooking by trying to plan meals a little in advance

  155. Abby C. says:

    I simplify cooking by planning out meals for the week in advance and making sure I have the ingredients for everything.

  156. Patti Sherman says:

    I spend a day cooking and baking then freeze portions to make my life easier

  157. Brian E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… I simplify my life by riding my bicycle to work 3-4 days a week, or taking the bus.

  158. Veronica Garrett says:

    I prepare everything I need next day the night before. I get our clothes ready, prepare our lunches and take care of any work or school forms.

  159. Beverly M says:

    To make cooking easier, I use mixes a lot, during the busy week. I guess what I usually cook is semi-homemade. I do cook from scratch a lot on the weekends, though. Those cookies look good, I’ll have to try them. I do use a lot of the Pillsbury products. They are all good. Thanks for having the contest!

  160. Betty says:

    The children are older, hubby is watching cholesterol and our diets are healthier. I seldom bake anymore outside of major holidays. Portion control is much simpler if there’s nothing sitting around to tempt us.

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  164. Gianna says:

    I make the kind of meals that one main meal makes enough for several other days worth of different meals.

  165. Helen says:

    I double a recipe and freeze the second portion to have on hand when I don’t feel like cooking.

  166. Marcy Strahan says:

    I SIMPLIFY THINGS BY USING PREMADE FOODS FROM PILLSBURY & FAST FIXIN’S IN MY RECIPES.

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  168. renee says:

    When I cook I double the batch and freeze the extras for another meal.

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