Tea Time Treats

This post is sponsored by Linqia for Winn Dixie eBoxTops.

For this #eBoxTopsatWinnDixie campaign, we developed this delicious recipe featuring Pillsbury Crescent Rolls. 

Winn Dixie’s eBoxTops program makes it easier than ever to earn money for your school while doing your weekly grocery shopping. Make it a resolution this year to register for Winn Dixie eBoxTops and shop for your favorite school. Share the cause with your school’s PTA, neighbors, friends, family, and coworkers. Think about how much cash your school can raise with eBoxTops, in addition to the clip Box Tops on each product you purchase!

It is easy to sign up, and while logged into Winn Dixie's website I even added coupons to redeem when I shopped. When my daughter pointed out that the Go-Gurt was Star Wars themed, we had to grab those for my son.

That wasn't part of my recipe plan, but he loved making the light saber on the package actually glow in the dark!

My girls and I love having tea with friends and special people, and we often try new dainty treats to serve at tea time. You can't go wrong with cream cheese, powdered sugar, and crescent rolls, and they blended perfectly in these tiny tea time treats.

The ingredients are simple:
1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
4 ounces cream cheese
4 ounces powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Icing ingredients:
4 ounces powdered sugar
3 Tablespoons orange juice

Mix cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla. Open crescent rolls and unroll four crescents without separating. Roll out square sealing perforations, then cut into 9 or 12 squares. When we did the second half I realized cutting first works better. Pipe or spoon 1/2 tsp filling on each square. Fold over one corner then form triangle into small crescent. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes until brown. Combine powdered sugar and orange juice and gently spoon over each baked tiny crescent. One recipe makes 18-24 treats. 

Enjoy! Let me know if you try them. 

Box Tops for Education has made some exciting advances. You can now earn #eBoxTopsatWinnDixie without even cutting them off of your boxes! Earn extra cash for your school all year long with Winn-Dixie and eBoxTops! Visit the Box Tops landing page and learn more about the program.

Enrolling at winndixie(dot)com/boxtops is easy:
1) Log in to your Winn-Dixie account or sign up for a new account.
2) Enroll in Box Tops for Education, select your school, and link it to your Winn-Dixie account
3) Add eBoxTops offers to your account and earn cash for your school when you buy participating products at Winn-Dixie. There are new offers every month!

This month’s offer: Get 5 eBoxTops when you purchase any two participating products, valid through January 31, 2016. Get details and see participating products when you sign up at  Also make sure to print a flyer (linked here) and share the opportunity with your school so they can support!

Earn 5 eBoxTops when you buy 2 of the following products. You will be able to find a more complete product list on  when you download the coupon offer.

Go-Gurt (8 or 16 ct)
Nature Valley Bars
Totino’s Pizza Rolls
General Mills Fruit Snacks
Pillsbury Toaster Strudel
Select General Mills Cereal , including Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Dora the Explorer, Golden Grahams, Honey Kix, Honey Nut Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Reese’s Puffs, Spongebob Squarepants Fruit, Star Wars, Total and Trix.
Pillsbury Crescent Rolls or Grands! Biscuits (8 ct)
Be sure to visit each month as new offers are rolled out.

Click here to read #eBoxTopsatWinnDixie details.

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  1. Maybe books. I'm not sure my school collects them.

  2. They would use the Box Tops for technology items, such as iPads.

  3. I think they would purchase books.

  4. I think they would purchase books.

  5. Well, we are homeschooled so we don't actually have a specific place we are connected to for this. We take our BoxTops to church and offer them to children to take to their public school.

  6. I hope they would get some books and art supplies

  7. I believe my school would either invest in books for the library or apply it towards technology.

  8. I believe my school would either invest in books for the library or apply it towards technology.

  9. the school would invest in school supplies for students

  10. our middle school would need class-room supplies of all kinds.

  11. The school that we support uses the funds for new technology and computers.

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  12. This would help support new technology.

  13. One thing that I would love them to put some towards is new library books! I think the technology is a great way too!

  14. Having been the boxtops coordinator for 9 years at a Christian school, I know that the money is tremendously important but, alas, often too little for a big project. Perhaps you'll earn enough to purchase a couple of new computers. Or some other technology item like a smartboard for the classroom. Of course, if the whole school participates in collecting, the whole school might need to benefit from the acquisition. Whatever the school most needs is of course the best item.

  15. My school would buy new playground balls.

  16. My kids' school would use it to buy books for the library

  17. As a homeschooler we'd buy new books!


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