General Mills' Pillsbury® brand Funfetti® Cake Mix is one of the Funfetti seasonal products offered by Pillsbury. It is a simple matter to create an extra special cake, moist, delicious and festive ready when using a Pillsbury, pudding in the mix blend.
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From simple layer cake, to cupcakes -24- average size or more if smaller, to a platter of fun cookies; Funfetti is a handy Cake Mix to have in the pantry.
Osage County First Grade enjoys a fancy sheet cake or plate of -decorated- cookies now and then.
General Mills, under the Pillsbury brand again puts forward a nice cake mix assortment. Pillsbury flavors of course include the ‘big three; chocolate, yellow and white' as well as specialty flavors and the Funfetti products designed for specific holidays. All are very flavorsome too.
Depending upon the time of year; festive moments call for festive treats. Pillsbury varieties of seasonal Funfetti Frostings, Cake Mix, Brownie Mix and Cookie Mix facilitate the making of delicious easy do treats for every occasion.
Valentine's Funfetti features wee valentine candy bits while Stars & Stripes is filled with red, white and blue, Halloween provides orange and black bats and moons and cats, Holiday with green trees and red candy balls, and Spring's tulips and pastel blossoms in addition to the Basic Funfetti mix round out the Funfetti line.
Funfetti mixes can be difficult to locate at times, I like to keep one or two of the basic mixes or others of the line in the pantry for those special occasions when a plate of cheerful cookies or festive sheet cake is called for. Those who are deco impaired, as am I find that Funfetti in the mix and iced with Funfetti frosting simplifies Osage county First Grade party plate preparation.
I find Osage County First Grade enjoys Valentine cookies, created with Valentine Funfetti mix and Funfetti Icing in February, they eat as good in May, January or August six-year-olds aver. In fact, they enjoy cookies or sheet cake prepared with any of the mix blends at any time during the school term.
I find Funfetti products available on a seasonal basis at the local big box store as well as being offered via a variety of online sites.
I am particularly pleased that General Mills products are -Made in the U.S.A.- Happy to recommend General Mills' Pillsbury brand Pillsbury® Funfetti® Cake Mix. ... and to enter in the Made in the USA write off.
Major Ingredients : sugar, enriched bleached flour, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, candy bits, wheat starch, baking powder
Note: enriched bleached flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid),
Note: candy bits (sugar, hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oil, cornstarch, modified corn starch, confectioner's glaze [shellac, corn protein, acetylated monoglycerides], colored with [red 40, yellow 5, blue 1, yellow 6], soy lecithin),
Note: baking powder (baking soda, sodium aluminum phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate)
Allergen alert: contains wheat, soy, milk, red 40, yellow 5, blue 1, yellow 6
Nutrition Information based on 12 servings per mix
Total Fat 3.5g
Total Carbohydrate 36g
Dietary Fiber 1g
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Internet search including the General Mills site indicates: The history of General Mills commences in 1856 with Cadwallader C. Washburn, who structured the Minneapolis Milling Company to lease power rights to mill operators.
Forming the Washburn Crosby; Company John Crosby joined Cadwallader Washburn as a partner in the milling industry in 1877. It was the second step in the evolution of the business to eventually become General Mills.
In the meantime, Charles Pillsbury started his company in 1869. Situated just across the Mississippi River from Washburn's facility; New Hampshire resident Pillsbury, had no experience in flour milling, nevertheless he made a return the first year from the derelict Minneapolis Flour Mill he and his relatives acquired.
Pillsbury began to the road to success as did the Washburn Crosby Company.
James Stroud Bell, a forceful merchandiser, assumed leadership of the Washburn Crosby mills in 1888. Bell was influential in developing the national flour market and led the company to extraordinary development over the next three decades. His son, James Ford Bell, carried on the practice; rising to president of industry leader Washburn Crosby Company, Bell led Washburn Crosby merger with numerous regional millers in June 1928 to generate General Mills, Inc.
The consolidation melded several giants of the milling industry, including Kansas' Red Star Milling Company; the Sperry Milling Company from the West Coast; Michigan's Larrowe Milling Company; the Kell Group from the Southwest; and Montana's Kalispell Flour Mill, Rocky Mountain Elevator Company, and Royal Milling Company.
Today General Mills, with reputation boosted by the acquisition of one-time, hometown rival Pillsbury continues as one of the world's foremost consumer foods companies. The amalgamation of the companies created one of the largest food companies in North America.
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