A few weeks ago, Betty Crocker did something she hasn’t done in a long time – she invited fans back into the Betty Crocker Kitchens.
The Betty Crocker innovation team is gearing up to launch several new products this summer, including cookie mixes, cupcake mixes and frostings.
So we thought it was a great time to invite some of our most... View Full Post
No one can cook or bake like Mom. She always seemed to know exactly what to do, whether it was a favorite recipe for a main dish or a delicious dessert.
With Mother’s Day in the U.S. this Sunday,... View Full Post
The history of invention and innovation at General Mills is astounding – from the “puffing gun” developed to create cereals like Cheerios to “Space Food Sticks” carried by NASA astronauts... View Full Post
It is my belief that successful innovation can only be achieved through collaboration, not only among our own teams but also with the external partner companies we connect with through our open... View Full Post
Well into 2013, we’re months out from the reports on food trends that typically accompany the new year.
How are things shaking out in the kitchen? What will you be seeing on the table over the next... View Full Post
Some people learn to live without their favorite product once it’s gone. Others, like David Hlavac (front row with his office colleagues), never stop fighting to get it back.
David, who works as... View Full Post
Editor’s note: This month, our retro packaging is back on five cereals at Target stores across the U.S. It’s our sixth year of bringing back our retro cereals (we wrote about the 2011 boxes... View Full Post
The sun is shining, the flowers are sprouting, we’re in the midst of Passover and Easter is coming. There’s so much to celebrate and the General Mills family of websites want to help make... View Full Post
Cookies topped with jelly beans, delicious egg bakes, doughnut hole pops, monkey bread with jalapeños… hungry yet?
The new Spring 2013 Lookbook from Pillsbury is loaded with recipes for the... View Full Post
Today is the first day of spring – a time when many of us are eager to get in the garden to plant all of the new vegetables and flowers we’ve perused in seed catalogues all winter long.
But at... View Full Post