I have been a long time fan of Pillsbury refrigerated doughs. Why not? They’re the next best thing to freshly baked goodies sans the hard work. I love their Italian bread, biscuits( buttermilk is yum!), and the French loaf. I have tried the Cinnamon Rolls hoping I can get the same taste as that of Cinnabon but I was disappointed, so I just stick with the breads. I just go to Cinnabon, for the real cinnabon. In my entire life, I have never baked bread from scratch, something I am hoping to do in the near future.
My fridge is stocked with these goodies. You can just imagine my astonishment when I opened the fridge on Sunday morning to see one of the cans in this state.
Before we went to bed Sunday night, my husband recalled hearing a not so loud popping sound when he passed by the kitchen but dismissed the whole thing. Therefore, we concluded, this must have been it. Has this happened to anyone of you that stores Pillsbury dough?
I got on the phone yesterday and reached for their hot line. It was explained to me that sometimes a dough can explode like that if they are not stored properly. Thus, I was asked for the specific location where I store them in the fridge, the expiration date, the distance from the supermarket where I bought it and my house, and pertinent codes from the container. After a few minutes of “interrogation” I was told that they are sending me within 7 days, a replacement certificate which I can use in the nearby supermarket.