This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Edwards. All opinions are 100% mine.
This weekend I got to try out the Edwards Crème pies. Sure I've seen them before in the freezer section but never tried on and grabbed an all chocolate one – the hershey's Special Dark Creme Pie. I brought him home to a sick Hubby who I could tell didn't like the thought of me not making it (my opeanut butter pie is legendary!) until he took a bite. We both were reallllly impressed! It said to thaw it for 4 hours but the minute we took a look at it that wasn't going to happen so I stuck it in the microwave for 30 seconds andwe gobbled it down.
One thing that prevented me buying these has always been cost as I figure I can make it cheaper but when I got the one from Meijer it was only $4.99 which is a totally afforadbale dessert to take to someone's house during the holidays.
Edward's Pies and Mrs Smith's have teamed together to bring you a free holiday e-card that you can send to friends and family on your list and the best bit? When you do both of you will receive coupons for $1 off a pie! Woot woot! But you know the best thing about these pies? When you buy one pie in December they'll donate $1 to Toys for Tots! How cool is that? I'd love to try the Limited Edition Andes Mints one.
Not only did I get to try a pie but I'm giving one away! To enter to win an Edward's Pie simply leave your name and email below in a comment and I'll pull a winner and send you the coupon! As well as a coupon for free pie, Edward’s Desserts will be making a $20 donation to Toys for Tots in the name of the giveaway winner, isn't that cool?!
About Edwards Pies
The Edwards Baking Company was founded in 1950 by namesake Tom Edwards as a small retail bakeshop in Atlanta, Georgia. The Edwards family delivered a variety of baked goods to local restaurants, schools, and hospitals. Due to the success of the dessert business, Mr. Edwards decided to focus solely on producing pies. During the 1960s, Edwards introduced frozen pre-baked pies that were sold to retail stores. The success of the Lemon Meringue Pie led the company to expand to other crème pie varieties. In the late 1970s, the Edwards Baking Company introduced a line of individually packaged pie slices enabling consumers to indulge in their favorite pie one slice at a time.