Pillsbury Has New Cornbread Swirls That You’ll Want To Eat All Day Every Day

Pillsbury is pretty well known for their delicious approach to all things baked. From brownies to cakes and even cinnamon rolls, their offerings are A+. However, they might have actually outdone themselves with their new Pillsbury Cornbread Swirls because they look so good, I want to eat them with every meal today and every day forever.

  1. They take less than 20 minutes to make. Pillsbury’s new Cornbread Swirls come in the standard canister form just like their cinnamon rolls and biscuits. Once you take them out and place them on a lined baking sheet, they take between 14 and 17 minutes to cook, meaning there are less than 20 mins between you and deliciousness.
  2. When you can’t be bothered to make cornbread from scratch, there’s this. “Pillsbury Cornbread Swirls are the easiest way to home baked cornbread, with minimal mess and prep time!” reads the product description. “These delicious Cornbread Swirls are the perfect addition to your family meal — as a side or as part of a tasty recipe.”
  3. Sadly, each package only makes six Cornbread Swirls. That means when you see these in your local grocery store, you’ll want to grab a few of these to keep yourself stocked up. Pillsbury knows what they’re doing here — I want at least a dozen on hand at all times!
  4. They’re available in a wide variety of stores. Thankfully, Pillsbury wants as many people to get their hands on these as possible, meaning you won’t have to search high and low at one or two retailers to get them. You should be able to find them pretty easily at shops including Food Lion, Acme, Walmart, Martins, GIANT Food Stores, and loads more.
  5. This might be Pillsbury’s best offering yet. Sure, that’s a strong statement considering everything they put out is delicious, but come on! Cornbread in under 20 minutes? Yes, please!
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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