ThredUP: Selling my stuff

My first bag is ready to go!

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I do not have much in it, but it is all New with tags. Let’s just say I have put on a few pounds….ugh. So I am sending my very best stuff to ThredUP in hopes that I will get the very best price. I can’t wait to find out what I end up getting. I won’t lie, I will be very disappointed if it is less than $30 bucks. I paid $70-$90 at least. All the pieces are Ann Taylor Loft or Banana Republic.

I have lots of nice used items but I am worried that they will not want it and donate it away! The whole point of this is for me to make some money to replace these items!!! I could pay $12.99 for them to return the pieces they reject, but then there goes my profit.

So I am going to do most of my selling on Tradesy.com. That will be my next post on “Selling My Stuff”

Ligia

Gluten Free Donut Holes

Last week I tried a recipe for gluten free donut holes that were a flop. This week I tried changing the flour blend. So here is my new and improved gluten free donut holes!

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The original recipe is found on SparkRecipes called Faux (Baked) Healthy Donuts. The recipe itself is already gluten free but when I tried ┬áit last week the kids didn’t like the Almond taste (neither did I).

So I switched the flour and added some glaze so here it is:

1/4 cup almond flour

1 cup Bob’s Red Mill All Purpose flour

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp baking soda

3 eggs

2 Tbsp honey

1/4 cup coconut oil

1/2 tsp vanilla extract.

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.

Pour into greased donut pan.

Bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.

I used my Babycakes Cake Pop Maker instead of a donut pan. Popped them in for 6 minutes and they were ready!

Glaze:

2 Tbsp milk

1 cup powdered sugar.

Mix and then dunk the donut holes in the glaze.

I used a cookie rack and the glaze drips down so I put a piece of wax paper underneath.

Everyone loved them!
I am sharing this recipe on Gluten Free Wednesdays.
Ligia

Selling My Stuff: Clothing

This is my first post of a series called "Selling My Stuff" I am contemplating using Thredup.com or Tradesy.com to sell some nice, new or almost new clothing on-line. I have always sold my clothing on Facebook Swap groups, ebay, and garage sales, … [Continue reading]