What does Pillsbury mean to you? Flaky biscuits? Warm cookies? If nothing else, it probably means the well-loved and giggly Pillsbury Doughboy. The Pillsbury Doughboy (whose real name is Poppin' Fresh... who knew!?) has been in the kitchen and on household televisions since 1965, adding an extra pinch of happiness to our baking -- and inspiration to artists who love him.
Pillsbury Doughboy, Oh No! This piece must have taken place before he finished culinary school.
As it turns out, nothing is safe from being zombie-fied -- but don't worry, it's just jelly.
No so doughy after all! The Doughboy is tougher than his soft exterior leads us to believe.
This is his subtle way of encouraging you to try the brick oven line of Pillsbury products.
And now we know the ingredients of a Pillsbury Doughboy.
What better way to fall asleep after a biscuit-induced food coma than cuddled up to the Doughboy himself.
Is the Pillsbury Doughboy your muse? Show us in the gallery!