PRIZE DRAWING: Because I Want You To Stuff Your Face With Sara Lee Snack Cakes

Creme Filled and Variety Hi Res

I mostly know Sara Lee for their pound cake, which I would eat straight from the aluminum loaf pan they came in. To be honest, prior to learning about Sara Lee’s new line of Crème Filled Snack Cakes, I didn’t know what else Sara Lee made besides pound cake.

But now my Sara Lee production knowledge has expanded and I now know the Sara Lee Crème Filled Snack Cakes line includes Devil’s Food Crème Cakes, Golden Fudge Cakes, Chocolate Crème Cupcakes and Golden Crème Cakes. Sara Lee also has a new line of Variety Snack Cakes, which include Buttery Sunshine Cakes, Crumb Cakes, and Cheese Topped Crumb Cakes.

If all that sounds wonderful, you’ll be happy to know we’re giving some away. Actually, thanks to the folks at Sara Lee, we’re giving away two Sara Lee Snack Cakes prize packs.

Each prize pack includes:

  • An assortment of Sara Lee Snack Cakes
  • An official Sara Lee logoed lunch box
  • An official Sara Lee logoed water bottle

The new Snack Cakes are now available in select markets across the U.S. including the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, Pacific Northwest, South Central and Southern California, but they will be rolling them out nationally in August.

To enter The Impulsive Buy’s Sara Lee Snack Cakes Drawing, leave a comment with THIS post. You can say whatever you want in your comment, but it MUST INCLUDE whether or not you’ve eaten Sara Lee pound cake straight from the aluminum loaf pan. I’m asking because if a lot of you say you did, it might make me feel better about doing it myself.

Please don’t forget to fill out the email field because we’ll be emailing the randomly selected winners for their mailing addresses, which we will pass on to the folks at Sara Lee, who will send out the prizes. The Impulsive Buy will stop accepting entries on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older.

If you’re coming from a site called Online-Sweepstakes, your entries will be disqualified because this drawing for Impulsive Buy readers only.

For those of you who have a Twitter account, you can get an additional entry by tweeting the following by Tuesday, August 6, 2013 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time:

Hey @theimpulsivebuy! It’s not “Nobody does it like Sara Lee”, it’s “Everybody doesn’t like something, but nobody doesn’t like Sara Lee.”

So just copy, paste, and tweet. Only one tweet per Twitter account.

Good luck!

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233 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Because I Want You To Stuff Your Face With Sara Lee Snack Cakes”

  1. I have never tried eating Sara lee straight from the tin, but I’d like to try!!!

  2. I’ve not YET eat Sarah Lee pound cake straight from the pan. But – that might just be on my agenda for tonigh. Toppings.. hmm.. caramel, chocolate chips and pecans. Oh and lots of Whippped Cream. Yep – Its a Date 🙂
    Thanks!

  3. I have eaten it out of the tin. And once it was half done, filled the empty half w/ice cream and ate the combo out of the tin. (Granted, I had help…)

  4. It’s been years since I had their poundcake. But I recall it being delicious, and I haven’t eaten it out of the tin. I usually didn’t like the tin and was eager to get a slice out of it.

  5. Our pound cake is usually portioned out so nobody has the opportunity to scarf it down directly from the pan. But generally, if you are eating it from the pan, it tastes so good you can’t resist, and there is nothing wrong with that!

  6. I haven’t eaten a pound cake straight from the aluminum, but I would definitely eat one of their cheesecakes straight from the pan in one sitting.

  7. I have eaten pound cake straight from the tin. I have also eaten it straight out of the tin after dousing it with mass quantities of Hershey’s syrup and Cool Whip topping. That’s how I roll…

  8. Of course I ate it straight out of that aluminum pan… and I didn’t even have time to search for a knife or fork – NO – I ate that b*tch with my fingers.

  9. This will DEFINITELY make you feel better about yourself- I used to only have them at one place growing up- Grandma’s house. And her modus operandi for eating?? Right outta the pan. Peel cardboard back, dice into cubes, and consume as finger snacks. (Is it still a finger snack if you eat the whole loaf…..?)

  10. I didn’t know Sara Lee made pound cake! So nope, I’ve never eaten Sara Lee pound cake out of the tin. That would make a good ice cream sandwhich though!

  11. I think I’ve eaten it straight from the pan before. It’s been a while since I had it so I don’t remember for sure.

  12. I have not eaten pound cake… but id totally eat it straight from the tin. Hell, I’d eat the batter. I’d eat it straight out of the oven and off a hot girls ass.

    WHY? Because I’m an AMERICAN.

  13. I have not eaten Sara Lee pound cake out of the pan yet..but I have eaten Sara Lee pumpkin pie out of the pan. haha 🙂

  14. I have not eaten Sara Lee pound cake straight from the tin, but I don’t see any reason why that would be a bad idea. It would probably taste even better that way!

  15. of, course i have devoured a yummy sara lee dessert directly from the packaging. i am super lazy, and i love, love, love sweet baked goods. so, yeah, it works for me. yummy!

  16. you know, when i was a kid, my mom would hardly buy those sara lee pound cakes cause i would quickly eat it straight from the aluminum container. they were so good.

  17. I’ve eaten many Sara Lee poundcakes straight out of the pan. When I was pregnant with my oldest, these wonderful creations were the only thing that kept my indigestion at bay! Now, on top of that, my Grammie would always use them as the base for her Sicilian ricotta cake.

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