Show your recipe chops in Pillsbury Bake-Off

  • Andrea Brown, Herald Writer
  • Friday, February 28, 2014 1:08pm
  • Life

Ladies and gentleman, start your ovens.

There’s a $1 million prize at the finish line.

It’s time for the annual Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest. The contest has four recipe categories with two online entry periods. The first entry period for Simply Sweet Treats and Savory Snacks &Sides runs through March 27. The second entry period, from March 27 to May 8, calls for Weekend Breakfast Wows and Amazing Doable Dinners.

Other prizes include the Pillsbury Gluten Free Award to the finalist with the best recipe that uses a Pillsbury gluten-free product and does not contain wheat or products that include wheat as an ingredient.

The 100 finalists will win a trip to Nashville for the Nov. 2 to 4 competition for cash and prizes. For more information, go to www.BakeOff.com.

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