This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Private Selection. All opinions are 100% mine.
I’m the type of person that has to end every meal with something sweet. I always want dessert but I don’t always feel like baking or mixing or actually making the dessert. That’s why I love Private Selections Upside Down Cakes.
Ending my meal with a delicious dessert doesn’t have to be a time consuming effort any more! Private Selections Upside Down Cakes take only three simple steps to prepare
- & Serve!
How easy is that???
Private Selections Upside Down Cakes are available in three new flavors!
German Chocolate Fudge with the classic combo of chocolate with gooey caramel, pecans & coconut. Or Amber Honey Apple Spice which is covered in apple slices drenched in a sweet Amber Honey Glaze. Apples not your thing? Then there’s the Double Chocolate Molten! Double Chocolate people!!
Right now Private Selections is kicking off their “PS, Don’t Forget The Cake” Campaign!! During the campaign, you can find a $1.00 off Private Selection Upside Down Cakes coupon to help you purchase one of those premium cakes without the premium price!!
And while you’re loading your coupon to your shopping card ~ don’t forget to stop by & like Private Selection Upside Down Cakes on Facebook or follow Private Selection Upside Down Cakes on Pinterest!!
Not sure if Private Selections Upside Down Cakes are available in your area? Private Selections is the premium private label brand carried exclusively at the Kroger Family of stores & affiliated stores including Baker’s, City Market, Dillon’s, Fry’s, Gerbes, Pay Less, QFC, JayC, King Soopers, Owen’s, Ralphs, Smiths and Fred Meyer. You can find the location closest to you HERE.
Please Note: Coupon ends 06/02/2013.
Official Rules: In order to load the coupons to your card, you will need to sign into your Kroger account or set up a new Kroger account & enter your card number. Limit one use per digital coupon. Digital offers are not eligible on Manager’s Specials, cannot be combined with manufacturer paper coupons on the purchase of a single item, and do not double. Not all items are available in all stores. A limit of 150 coupons can be loaded per household at one time.