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Box Top$ for Education Giveaway


This school year, giving back to your school can be as easy as looking for the Red Spoon on your favorite Betty Crocker® dessert mixes, the only brand in the baking aisle with Box Tops.
 Whether you’re collecting for new computers, library books, or a playground, through the Box Tops for Education® program you can help make a difference. Last year, your contributions earned more than $59 million for America’s schools!
I had the opportunity to be the Box Top's for Education Coordinator for my kids' school for several years.  It was amazing to see how much just clipping the box tops helped the school out!!  So I am a huge supporter of this great program.

Now, you can find Box Tops for Education on all Betty Crocker baking mixes*, including new Fun da-middles™, individual cupcakes with a fun, creamy center. This back-to-school season, look for double Box Tops on specially marked packages of Betty Crocker baking mixes.

For great baking tips, recipe ideas and information on Betty Crocker products,
Now to get you started with your box top collection,
A great prize pack will be given to one lucky reader:
A Betty Crocker Mix
Cupcake iclips
Cupcake bag
Cupcake notepads
Box Tops for Education pencils
Neoprene Lunch Sack

This is a super great gift pack!
To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and tell me which product with a box top is your favorite!
Winner will be chosen by random number generator on September 30, 2011.
The Betty Crocker products, information, and giveaway have been provided by Betty Crocker through MyBlogSpark." All opinions are my own.






Comments

  1. My fav has to be brownies! Thanks for the fun give-away Tiffanee:@)

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  2. cake, any kind, is my favorite box top :) that or the only fozen peas that my kids will eat :)

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  3. I follow your blog in my google reader. My favorite item with a boxtop is Chocolate Cheerios!!

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  4. How cool. We collect box tops at my kid's school. Great money maker! My daughter would flip for the cupcake notepads =o)

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  5. We probably get the most off of cereal boxes.

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  6. My favorite is Kleenex. How crazy is that?! It's true, though. I am very glad to not have to use a handkerchief!!!

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  7. I like the cherry chip cake mix the best because it reminds me of my grandma!

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  8. fruit snacks and turtle brownies
    tcogbill at live dot com
    tess

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  9. My favorite box top product is Betty Crocker Supreme Brownies...or the Old El Paso Stand n Stuff taco shells. Both of those are staples in my pantry :)
    I am a follower too!
    Jennifer

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  10. Too many to choose from but probably the brownies or muffin mixes.

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