We’ve all seen it before on TV, whether its game shows, funniest videos, or baseball players celebrating the player with the winning run. The infamous “whipped cream in the face” gag. Well now you can play it at home with Hasbro’s Pie Face game and Gay Lea whipped cream!
We decided to play this fun new game on Thanksgiving with the whole family, and yes that included my 89 year old grandmother . . . such a good sport!
Well I don’t think we have laughed as hard as we did in years. The anticipation of who was going to get “pied” was just too fun, and when it happened we were on the floor.
Of course the perfect accompaniment to the game is delicious Gay Lea Whipped Cream. Gay Lea Regular Real Whipped Cream and Light Whipped Cream are made with real cream, nut-free and certified Kosher. They are delicious addition to just about anything! The Light Whipped Cream is also made with 50% less fat than the regular. Gay Lea Coconut Whipped Cream is made from pure coconut cream, and is lactose, dairy, gluten, and cholesterol free – check out my delicious recipe from February!
So after reading about how great the new Pie Face Game is how about a chance to win a super fun Hasbro Prize Pack? By entering you have a chance to win a prize pack that includes 4 great Hasbro games: Pie Face, Monopoly Core Game, Game of Life Jr. and Scrabble Jr.! The giveaway closes by October 30th, 2015 and winner information will be provided the week of November 2nd, 2015.
The reader giveaway has the following rules:
- Readers may enter across many blogs, they may only win from one participating blog
- Entrants must be a resident of Canada, excluding Quebec
- The winner can expect their prize in approximately 4-6 weeks
To enter the giveaway email email@example.com telling me why you would love to win the Hasbro Prize Pack. The winner will be chosen by random draw.
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER – JENNIFER WAGNER.
Disclosure: I am part of the Gay Lea Ambassador Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.