Pillsbury Savorings Mini Crescent Dogs
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  • The only reason I decided to give these crescent dogs a try is because they were on sale plus I had a coupon, so I ended up paying two dollars and ninety-nine cents for a package
  • Even at that price, I think these crescent dogs are way overpriced and they're definitely not one of Pillsbury's more impressive creations
  • This all made for an unpleasant eating experience and although I feel as if I wasted my money on this product, I'm very glad that I didn't pay full price for these crescent dogs, otherwise I'd really feel sick
  • I feel a 1 rating is most definitely appropriate considering the very poor quality of these crescent dogs from Pillsbury


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      One package of Pillsbury Savorings Mini Crescent Dogs contains ten relatively small sausages wrapped in a pastry for four dollars and twenty cents. The only reason I decided to give these crescent dogs a try is because they were on sale plus I had a coupon, so I ended up paying two dollars and ninety-nine cents for a package. Even at that price, I think these crescent dogs are way overpriced and they’re definitely not one of Pillsbury’s more impressive creations. If I get another

      coupon and they’re on sale again, I won’t be tempted to purchase them a second time around.

      These mini crescent dogs suffer from a number of problems. First and foremost, the pastry that surrounds the sausage doesn’t come out of the microwave soft, as the box claims, and it’s tasteless. Why it’s called a pastry I don’t know because it’s just like plain bread. The pastry also seemed to be pretty dried out, and that didn’t help matters at all. Then, there’s the sausage. The sausage ...


      • was more salty than anything. The texture of the sausage was also something I didn’t appreciate. It was much too mushy and soft. Sausage that’s mushy and soft isn’t pleasant to eat. I was actually glad that these mini crescent dogs could be eaten in two bites because that meant they would be gone faster.

        The Pillsbury Savorings Mini Crescent Dogs proved to be majorly disappointing. Pillsbury is usually pretty good when it comes to making quality frozen food products, but they sure managed to miss

        the mark in a big way here. The exterior pastry was dry and tasteless not to mention strangely hard and the sausage was much too mushy and overly salty. This all made for an unpleasant eating experience and although I feel as if I wasted my money on this product, I’m very glad that I didn’t pay full price for these crescent dogs, otherwise I’d really feel sick! I feel a “1″ rating is most definitely appropriate considering the very poor quality of these crescent dogs from Pillsbury.




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