Mrs. Smith’s Pies & $50 Williams-Sonoma Gift Card


This post brought to you by Mrs. Smith’s. All opinions are 100% mine.

The holiday season is upon us. You know what that means..its time for family gatherings and holiday parties! It’s one of the busiest times of the year for most of us. As you know I love making homemade treats for family and friends, but sometimes with three kiddos running around I don’t have the time to bake something before we leave for a holiday party. That’s where  Mrs. Smith’s Signature Deep Dish pies come in. They’re easy to pop in the oven to bake while I wrestle with my toddlers to get their outfits on and keep them from getting dirty before we walk out the door! I’m telling you, my life was so organized for the six years it was just my oldest. After the younger two joined our family its been a wild ride since, but I wouldn’t trade this whole mommy thing for the world! That is why sometimes this momma needs a little help. The new Signature Deep Dish pies from Mrs. Smith are perfect for the holiday parties we’ll be hosting and going to this year. They come in four different flavors each with their own signature topping, giving them that homemade feel. My favorite was the pumpkin pie with cream cheese icing..yum! I was only able to find the Dutch Apple and Pumpkin pie but have been keeping an eye out for the other two. You can find your local retailers here. You can also keep up with Mrs. Smith’s on Facebook and Pinterest.

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-Signature Deep Dish Dutch Apple Pie with Caramel Sauce

- Signature Deep Dish Cherry Pie with Butter Fudge Sauce

-Signature Deep Dish Peach Pie with Cream Cheese Icing

-Signature Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie with Cream Cheese Icing

Williams-Sonoma wants to help YOU this holiday season by offering one lucky reader a $50 gift card! To enter use the rafflecopter widget below. I’d love to hear which of the Mrs. Smith pies you would like to try and what you would buy with your gift card.

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Giveaway ends on 12/7. Winner must be over 18 and will have 48hrs to claim prize. Mrs. Smith is providing the winner with a $50 Williams-Sonoma gift card and free signature pie. This giveaway is not affiliated or endorsed by facebook in anyway.

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Comments

  1. Donna Ingalls says

    They all sound delicious, but I would like to try the pumpkin pie with cream cheese frosting. It sounds delicious.
    Donna

  2. Donna Ingalls says

    I love William Sonoma. I would buy some new cookie sheets for my holiday baking with the gift card.
    Donna

  3. says

    oops forgot to answer the question…we are big apple pie fans here and caramel sauce makes it even better! I would buy something for my dining table with the card or maybe some of their pumpkin bread mix!!

  4. says

    I would buy some baking supplies, perhaps a candy thermometer or double boiler. Thanks for the chance;) my FB & blog emails are different just so you know.

  5. Shannon Russ says

    I would love to use the Williams-Sonoma giftcard on a Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch Nonstick 3-Piece Cookie Bakeware Set that I’ve had my eye on that is only $49.95, perfect price! :) Thanks for the chance!

  6. Lori Connors says

    would love to try the deep dish pumpkin pie with cream cheese…never would have thought to add cream cheese glaze but it sounds delish!

  7. Jenny G says

    I really need to get Silpat sheets for baking and a food processor from Williams Sonoma. Thanks for the giveaways!

  8. Kat Rachal says

    All of them sound so yummy, but I am such a sucker for anything with caramel in it so it would have to be the apple pie!

  9. Kat Rachal says

    A Le Creuset pot..they’re amazing and my boyfriend is pining for one as his mom always had her bright orange one sitting on the stove (like a kettle) and it reminds him of home.

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