This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mrs. Smith’s . All opinions are 100% mine.
Everyone has specific holiday traditions that they grew up with. One of my childhood traditions that I grew up with was having Mrs. Smith’s pies during the holidays. It all started during my parents first Christmas together. They were stationed in Panama while my dad served for the United States Navy. My mom had never baked a pie in her life and she didn’t want to disappoint my dad. Luckily, they had Mr.s Smith’s pies available at the Navy Base Commisary where they were stationed.
She bought a pie, read the directions, and immediately threw away the box so that my dad wouldn’t see it. They celebrated their first holiday together and my dad had no clue that my mom didn’t really make the pie. It wasn’t until a few years later that he realized that Mrs. Smith’s was making the pies he loved and cherrished! To this day we still indulge in Mrs. Smiths pie and if I’m in a hurry I always know that I can trust Mrs. Smiths for an easy-pie fix! My favorite has always been the blueberry, but my parents tend to love the apple and coconut custard.
Even though Christmas is over its never too late to celebrate the holidays with pie. Send your friends and family a belated holiday e-card and both you and your recipient will receive a $1 off coupon towards the purchase of your next pie. Head on over to the website and click on “promotions”. The website is easy-to-use and has two beautiful e-cards to choose from. Best of all you can preview before you send and within a few seconds you’ll have sent a beautiful e-card to someone you care about (plus you get a $1 off coupon)!
I’m so happy to know that Mrs. Smith’s is donating one dollar for every Mrs. Smith’s pie sold during November and December to Operation Homefront. This just so happens to be a charity that my parents support each and every year. So this is extra special to me and my family; knowing that Mrs. Smith’s is contributing to such a wonderful charity!