I have been using a particular French Silk Pie mix for some time now and it is really awsome. I have allways been able to get it at Walmart but they recently stopped carrying it and I cannot find it ANYWHERE. Unfortunately, I do not recall the brand name but it came in a red packet and was sold in the baking isle near the puddings etc. I was hoping someone might know what I am talking about and help me out with the brand name, where you get it etc. TIA
It occured to me that I think the brand name is Royal. Any ideas??
I wish I could help. Have you tried Kroger or another local grocery store? I would just go and take a look - sometimes they carry extra things.
maybe do a google search online with that product name and see what comes up. Then if you find it, you could go to their website and see who the retailers are for it..
YES!!! That is it. Thanks so much I think I may be able to find it with this.
How did you find this? I have googled every way I could imagine and got nuthing. You have no idea how happy you have made me. I am ordering a case! If you have never tried this you MUST. It is dark and rich and makes a a really good amount. I have a fluted pan that has an indented center that I use to back a brownie then using a star tip I fill it with this filling. People go batty over it. THANKS THANKS THANKS!
Glad it helped I just Googled french silk pie filling mix and surfed to several of the sites. I'll be on the look-out for this product - sounds fabulous and several of the stores here sell some Royal products. I love the Edy's French Silk ice cream - yummmmmmm
That sounds heavenly!
Where in the store do they sell that type of stuff, near pie fillings and such? I need to try it!!
Today I went to our amall local store to get basic pudding for my browning filling. When what to my wonderous eyes should appear???? ROYAL FRENCH SILK PIE FILLING!!!! And it was only $1.00 a packet! They have NEVER carried anything I want at this store and I was slated. I bought 6 packets of the stuff. Yes it is in the pudding, jello, cheesecake section. Try it and you will love it and never use chocolate pudding again.