SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Cake Mixes and Creamy Supreme Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Banana Split Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Banana Split Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Orange Sherbet Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Orange Sherbet Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Mint Chip Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Mint Chip Cake Mix

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Orange Sherbet Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Orange Sherbet Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Sundae Fudge Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Sundae Fudge Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Chocolate Fudge Frosting

Pillsbury Limited Edition Creamy Supreme Chocolate Fudge Frosting

Banana split cake with orange sherbet frosting? Mint chip cake with orange sherbet frosting? Choices. Choices. (Spotted by Awi G at Vons.)

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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Pillsbury Limited Edition Moist Supreme Cake Mixes and Creamy Supreme Frosting”

    1. Easiest question I’ll ever answer.

      Because not everyone wants frosting. Why force people who do not want it to buy it, contributing to the insane waste of food when they toss it?

  1. I found the Orange Sherbet at Von’s. I loved the cake mix, but wasn’t too crazy about the matching frosting. I think next time I will just use whipped cream. The cake mix could have used some stronger flavor though. If I can find this again, I will make it with orange juice instead of the water. Also, the amount of oil it called for seemed a bit much when I mixed it in, so when I added the eggs (it asks for 3 whole eggs), I decided to just use one large egg, because of all that oil. Well, it turned out great, and it was a very moist cake that held together well.

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