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Lucky Leaf Pie Filling Summer Recipes Review and Giveaway AND Special Announcement!

     I am so excited to tell all my readers that recently, I was asked to participate in something truly awesome with a company I have worked frequently with over the past year.  During the 3rd week of this month, I will be taking an exciting trip to the Lucky Leaf Orchards in Pennsylvania to watch their process from start to finish of creating such yummy pie fillings.  If there ever was a time for you to get the real details of what goes on behind the scenes at a company such as Lucky Leaf, now is the time.  I would love to hear any questions you would like asked and anything you want me to be on the look out for.  You know me by now, I am not afraid to ask anything or dig into something others may shy away from!  I hope to hear from each of you!


     In celebration of this "lucky" experience and of course the upcoming Father's Day,  Lucky Leaf has provided us with a few new recipes.  These include Frozen Pie Pops, Fruit Smoothies, Fruit Cookie Pie and Perfectly Peach Cinnacake.  I was super thrilled to try these as I would have never thought about using pie fillings to make some of these types of desserts. 

     Of course the first and easiest ones to make were the Frozen Pie Pops and Fruit Smoothies.  You can create these quick and easy desserts for any celebration or even lazy summer days with the family.  Even better we combined the two, making the popsicles first and while we waited for them to freeze we enjoyed the smoothies.  All you need to mix up the popsicles was a (1/2) can of your favorite  Lucky Leaf pie filling, 1 cup milk, and a 1/2 lemon squeezed (we left out the lemon since we didn't have any).  The peach of course is our household favorite as Kevin and Alana are true Georgia Peaches!

     "Since 1949 Lucky Leaf has stayed true to its mission of providing simple, delicious dessert products for families across the United States" still saying today (60 years later) “Make it easy. Make it delicious. Make it with Lucky Leaf”.  Also available online are recipes and tips!

Cost:  $Varies
Available to purchase:  Store Locator (Meijer stores in the north and Piggly Wiggly in the south)
FREE recipe book ($3.95 S/H) with proof of purchase of 2 Lucky Leaf pie fillings
LUCKY LEAF $.75/2 pie filling coupon
Recommendation:  Yum yum...if these were available at more stores near me I'd be buying them every time I need to cook as should you if they are available near you.  This is going to be a great summer with this new discovered use of such fantastic pie fillings!
Facebook:  Lucky Leaf 
Giveaway:   Lucky Leaf is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers an assortment of Lucky Leaf Pie Fillings, an ice pop mold and recipe cards of their own!
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28 comments:

  1. I'd like to know what kind of certification they have for natural/organic origins. Do they use pesticides on any of their origin produce?

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  2. I would like to know if they use any pesticides.

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  3. I would like to know if all their products are from US grown fruit. And do they offer tours to the general public? Sounds like fun.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  4. I'd like to know if they use any pesticides on their fruits

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  5. I'd like to know if they are planning any new products!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. shared on fb
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    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. Love the giveaways!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. i would like to know how there business got started or who started it
    jenniferwinchester@ymail.com

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  9. i like everything about your blog. It has a alot of different things
    jenniferwinchester@ymail.com

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  10. ask the kind of apples in the filling

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  11. love the low entries
    please let me know if linky or google aren't correct, I really do sub but am having trouble figuring out what to put in the blank

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  12. I would like to know what kind of preservatives are used and natural flavors. I have been reading some horrendous things that are used as 'natural flavors' :)

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  13. I have written a review on Alexa and followed via GFC, Networked blogs and Linky Friends.

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  14. I don't have any questions for you to ask that won't likely be addressed on the tour. I think seeing the machinery in action, the slicing and canning would be cool to watch. I once saw how loaves of bread were made and it was fascinating.

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  15. I shared on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tim.lintz/posts/293425854087115

    I gave it +1 on google

    I like your blog because of the store deals and comprehensive product reviews.

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  16. Ginger b.
    Timelyone at hotmail dot com

    I would like to know what country the fruit comes from.

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  17. I would like to know if they are planning to expand their line.

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  18. I'd be curious to know what their most recent/new product is.
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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  19. i like everything about your blog. It has a alot of different things
    joretta933(at)centurylink.net

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  20. i love everything about lucky leaf. i buy it all the time. love it
    joretta933(at)centurylink.net

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