53 baked goods
$2,391 raised for TNT!!!
I’d say the Blog Bake Sale was a success!
Check out these amazing bids:
- No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars – $50
- BIG Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies – $100
- Raw Vegan Truffles – $30
- Glo Bar Variety Pack – $100
- Tropical Granola – $45
- Rosemary Focaccia – $25
- Chocolate Chip, Oats ‘n Caramel Cookie Squares – $40
- Whole Wheat Blueberry Banana Bread Muffins – $35
- Vanilla Bean Sugar Cookies – $41
- Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies – $40
- Berry Bars – $30
- Homestyle Chocolate Chip Cookies with Sea Salt – $100
- Chocolate Chip Nutella Cookies – $20
- AllieBars – $100
- Peanut Butter Cup Cookies – $40
- Chocolate Marbled Sweet Potato Fudge – $45
- Vegan Cinnamon Rolls – $35
- Almond Cranberry Granola Bars – $40
- Trio of Autumn Loafs – $50
- Gingerbread Cookies – $35
- Chewy Granola Bars – $30
- Savvy Scones – $40
- Cherry Almond Coconut Granola – $35
- Oreo Truffles – $70
- Macaroons – $250
- Giant Chocolate-Toffee Cookies – $50
- Apple Crunch Muffins – $20
- Toffee Studded Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies – $20
- Mix-Up Energy Bars – $50
- Jumbo Super-Charge Me Cookies – $100
- Banana Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies – $15
- Oatmeal Raisin Bars – $50
- Paradise Macaroons – $20
- Lime White Chocolate Chip Cookies – $35
- Gingery Oatmeal Molasses Cookies – $25
- Chocolate-Peanut Butter Crunch Bars – $30
- Pecan-Topped Pumpkin Bread – $29
- Vegan Peanut Butter, Chocolate Chip Granola Bars – $50
- Secret Almond Butter Blondies – $32
- Pumpkin Zucchini Bread – $30
- Buttermilk Biscuits – $20
- Amaretto Almond Biscotti – $26
- Maple Pecan Bars – $50
- “You Got Peanut Butter in my Chocolate” Cookies – $33
- White Chocolate, Cranberry, and Oatmeal Cookies – $30
- Nutella Cookies – $15
- Turtle Brownies – $25
- VeggieGirl’s Blondies – $45
- Super Charge Me Cookies – $25
- Congo Bars – $55
- Chocolate Toffee Almond Bars – $30
- Lemon Drop Cookies – $30
- Savory Zucchini Bread – $20
Woah, right? We raised a lot of money, which will go directly to Team in Training in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. You guys are amazing. Thank you, everyone!
I will organize all of the information and contact all of the highest bidders this afternoon, so keep a look out for an email from me! Bakers: I will email you the winner’s mailing address as soon as they make their donation to our Team In Training page.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for making the Blog Bake Sale a success! We raised a TON of money for a worthy cause, and I’m so thankful for such wonderful readers. Mal and I really appreciate your support.
(Peanut Butter) Jar Storage
A lot of peanut butter is consumed in our house, which means we end up an empty jar every other week or so. Of course, an empty nut butter jar is perfect for Oats In A Jar, but then what do I do with it?
I recycle it by storing grains, nuts, seeds, dry beans, and lentils inside. (I run the jar through the dishwasher first.)
These jars are great for easy access since I can clearly see what’s inside and the lid provides a tight seal to keep the contents fresh. (To test the seal, screw the lid on an empty jar, and then hold it under water; see if any bubbles escape around the rim of the lid.)
Empty glass (peanut butter) jars = inexpensive storage.
Speaking of peanut butter jars…
I enjoyed OIAJ for breakfast this morning. In the mix: old-fashioned oats, banana, raisins, walnuts, chia seeds, and vanilla soy milk. Always delicious.
I also drank some yummy cinnamon iced coffee with breakfast. The flavor was very fall-like!
Question of the Day
What are your favorite ways to recycle everyday items?
Please share! I love these kinds of ideas!