My recipe for this Bacon Asian Orange Chicken Pizza is really easy and good. It was inspired by my families love of take out orange chicken and pizza. It’s not just my family that loves it. The Pillsbury Kitchen judges selected my recipe out of thousands to be a semifinalist in an online voting contest! Out of 60 semifinalist, the top 33 with the most votes, will be headed to Vegas to compete in Pillsbury’s live 1 MILLION dollar Bake-Off contest! You can find my recipe in the voting gallery on the Pillsbury website, where you simply have to click the picture to see the recipe. I would love your vote. It only takes seconds to make an account at Pillsbury. All you need is an email address, and you will have free access to thousands of recipes. Voting ends on March 28th, for the Doable Dinners category I am competing in.
I would sure love your vote!
Bacon Asian Orange Chicken Pizza
Thanks in advance for your support in helping make my dreams come true!
That’s my pizza pictured in the Pillsbury Bake-Off Recipe contest voting Gallery!
Bacon Asian Orange Chicken Pizza
By Mindie Hilton
The last two weeks have been so hard. I have had a secret, and as they say, secrets don’t make friends. You see, I found out I am a semifinalist for the one and only 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off! My recipe is competing online, voting starts now, and ends on March 28th. You may have watched past events on the Food Network. They are kind of a big deal, and I am in total shock that I am going to be apart of it all, well maybe apart of it all. You see the Pillsbury kitchens judging panel has narrowed it down from thousands of submissions to only 60 recipes from the first category Doable Dinners. Now they want the voting public to narrow it down to only 33. The 33 semifinalists with the most votes (not bad odds) will receive a paid trip for two, to the live Pillsbury Bake-Off contest, to be held in Vegas this coming November. After all categories have been said and done, a total of 100 finalists will compete in the live Bake-Off for 1 MILLION dollars (by the way I said that last part in my best Dr. Evil voice). Right now I can’t even think about the million, I am simply hoping to win a trip to Vegas to meet the celebrity judges and 99 other finalists for the Bake-Off of all Bake-Offs! That’s where you come in. Many of us have been partying together here for 93 weeks now, and I would sure appreciate your support. It only takes seconds to vote, and will help me make a life long dream come true. Living in a small northern Cali town, I fear I don’t have a chance compared to finalists from a big city. Help this little country girl, who stayed true to her blog roots, with a recipe submission of Bacon Asian Orange Chicken Pizza, win a chance of a life time. If you have it in your heart to vote for me, maybe take it a step further and share with friends and family. Every vote helps. If I make it to this amazing live Bake-Off, I will be sure to take lots of pics, and share my experience with all my family here at Bacon Time. You can only vote for my recipe once. You will need to create a Pillsbury account, and all it takes is an email and a password you choose. Thank you in advance for your vote and support!
And now onto the Party!
Well It’s almost Saint Patrick’s Day, and I have had green on the brain. I decided to turn some of my cupcake earrings from my shop into green cupcakes for St. Patties day. All you need is some nail polish to do the trick. So what have you been turning green? Come share at our weekly Anything Goes linky.
Lucas and I have so much fun every holiday coming up with little teacher gifts for all of his preschool
teachers. For Saint Patrick’s Day he will be passing out these handmade four leaf clover bobby pins we made. We are attaching them to vintage playing cards that will make great book marks. The clovers are made with polymer clay, that we have stamped with a four leaf clover charm. You might want to check out our clay clover tutorial here.
Well that’s what we have been making, what about you? Please come share at our weekly Anything Goes linky.