Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil {Giveaway Closed}

Good news! Your Monday just got 117% better. You can make a vat of Tropical Traditions coconut oil come your way for FREE.

I like free swag, don’t you? Of course you do. You’re human.

Not only is this any swag, but we’re talking a giant stash of the best coconut oil around. Tropical Traditions is a family-run company that uses strictly the highest quality ingredients in their products.

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - 32 oz.

“Win 1 quart of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil!

Tropical Traditions is America’s source for coconut oil. Their Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is hand crafted in small batches by family producers, and it is the highest quality coconut oil they offer. You can read more about how virgin coconut oil is different from other coconut oils on their website: What is Virgin Coconut Oil?

You can also watch the video they produced about Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil:

Tropical Traditions also carries other varieties of affordable high quality coconut oil. Visit their website to check on current sales, to learn about the many uses of coconut oil, and to read about all the advantages of buying coconut oil online. Since the FDA does not want us to discuss the health benefits of coconut oil on a page where it is being sold or given away, here is the best website to read about the health benefits of coconut oil.”

 

One very lucky Foodie Fiasco reader (I’m talking to you!) will win a 1 Quart (32 FL oz.) glass jar of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil, which has a retail value of $50.00!

Here are some of my favorite recipe in which you can use coconut oil (sub in coconut oil for applesauce in most of these recipes unless noted otherwise).

Homemade Healthy Samoas (Vegan, Gluten/Grain Free, Low Carb, Paleo)

World’s Healthiest Chocolate Chip Cookies (Use coconut oil instead of applesauce. Vegan, Gluten/Grain Free, Low Carb, Paleo)

Amazing Low Carb Brownies (Use coconut oil instead of applesauce. Vegan, Gluten/Grain Free, Low Carb, Paleo)

Homemade Healthy Crescent Rolls (Use coconut oil instead of applesauce. Vegan, Gluten/Grain Free, Low Carb, Paleo)

Homemade Healthy Tagalongs (Use coconut oil instead of applesauce. Vegan, Gluten/Grain Free, Low Carb, Paleo)

Homemade Healthy Tagalongs- Better than the original, and only 25 calories each!

To enter this giveaway:

1. Leave a comment on this blog post saying how you like to use coconut oil. I love using it in cookies (I have a thing for cookies), but the wonders of coconut know no bounds. What do you think?

2. Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

For one additional entry each (please leave a comment for each action you do):

1. Like Foodie Fiasco on Facebook.

2. Like Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

3. Follow Foodie Fiasco on Twitter and tweet:

“Happy Beginning of the Week! I love @troptraditions and I’m entering to win some coconut oil @foodiefiasco http://ow.ly/j7V9n”

4. Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

5. Follow Foodie Fiasco on Pinterest and pin one of my recipes.

This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada, and will be open until March 31, 2013. Thank you very much for participating, my friends, and good luck!

*Update: The winner is Tami Lewis! (Comment #140) Thanks for coming to the party, my friends.

 

 

Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample. As always, my opinions are completely my own. If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.

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Comments

  1. Kaitlin says

    My favorite way to use coconut oil is to simply melt some into my oatmeal in the morning! Makes it sooo creamy and delicious

  2. Amber says

    I love using coconut oil in oatmeal to give it a sweet buttery kinda taste! & mixing it with cocoa powder and stevia and sticking it in the freezer to make chocolate!

  3. Andrea says

    I love coco oil on my skin, in my baking and on my steamed veggies and popcorn. The uses really are endless. (I’ve also subscribed to the TT newsletter). Crossing my fingers!

  4. Cindy Pollock says

    Making fudge! All sorts of flavor possibilites: chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla, cherry, lemonade, mint, wite chocolate, strawberry the list goes on and on! So healthy too!

  5. Jessica Spears says

    I love using it in my cookies and cupcakes. I also use it on my lips. I put the coconut oil in a small sample bottle and use it to moisturize. I love it!!!!!

  6. Dana Tantillo says

    I bake with coconut oil all the time, but my very fave way to use really high quality stuff is to put it on my veggies, especially green beans with a little sea salt. YUM!

  7. Alexander Holas says

    So far I’ve used coconut Oil on frying pan, when I wanted to heat up something small, but cool. So basically I use it for cooking on special occasions.

  8. Elena Vo says

    Thank you for the generous giveaway! I really like coconut oil mixed with cocoa powder and honey as an alternative to Nutella :)

  9. Jillian says

    I love Tropical Traditions coconut oil! I actually started using it years ago, for cooking as well as for my skin (moisturizer, eye cream, etc.). Theirs is of the highest quality and I am a huge fan!!

  10. Diane Lapierre says

    I’d use the oil to flavor vegetable and put in homemade coconut milk yogurt. I’d use it whenever I wanted to use oil. When I bought it before I use to put it on toast instead of butter.

  11. Dawn Taliercio says

    I’m a big fan of coconut oil. On a typical day I’ve used it to wash my face, oil pulled with it, cooked with it and went to bed with it in my hair. I believe it’s one of the most versatile good for you items you can use.

  12. Susan Bontrager says

    I use coconut oil for stirfrys, in baking, I take 4 tablespoons a day for various health issues and lastly use as conditioner.

  13. Alina says

    I eat it by spoonful, on toast, pancakes, eggs… I eat it all day long. I use it in baking instead of butter

  14. britt says

    my fave use for coconut oil is non-baking! it’s as a moisturizer, lip balm, makeup remover, hand salve.. the list goes on!! i make homemade facial and baby wipes with coconut oil and tea tree oil.. it’s phenomenal because it’s subtly scented, antibacterial and wonderfully gentle and moisturizing. LOVE coconut oil!! xx

    -britt

  15. Myra Barney says

    I really love coconut oil! It’s it the best kind of oil out there. I love all things coconut!!!!!!!!!! :)

    • Myra Barney says

      Oops… I forgot to say this: I put it in everything imaginable! But I usually use it in Homemade Nutri Grain bars and I put it on my homemade bread sometimes…giving it a wonderful coconuty tang! Kelly…you are wonderful! I tried your coconut pizza crust and topped it with your homemade pesto sauce….YUM!!! I can finally eat a pizza crust that isn’t made out of nuts! I LOVED that pizza and ate the entire thing!
      ~Myra <3

  16. Janelle says

    I use coconut oil for everything…cooking, baking, in smoothies, for the oil cleansing method, moisturizing, hair, brushing my teeth…literally everything. Such a great product

    • Grace says

      Does it help with hair growth? Or what are the benefits of putting it on your hair? And how do you use it?

      Thanks,
      Grace :)

      • Angela says

        Hi Grace!
        I just put a small amount in the palm of my hands and then I run my fingers through my hair. I have coarse frizzy hair, coconut oil makes it really soft and reduces frizz. For hair growth I would recommend castor oil though ;)

  17. Grace says

    I like using it in baking and pancakes! But the best is in larabar (dates!) style desserts and raw desserts of all kinds! Raw+coconut oil=Best Stuff Ever! (I adore experimenting!)

    Thanks Kelly! :) Your recipes look delish as always! I’d love to try this new brand of coconut oil in my cooking!

    -Grace :)

    P.S. Hope your recreate your original website soon! Sorry you lost everything! Sucks when that happens! :(

  18. Missy says

    I love to use it to lightly coat my sweet potatoes (any veggies, really) when I roast them. It is also good as a “magic shell” on ice cream!

  19. Allison says

    I have used coconut oil only twice before with my roommate. She recommends using it in her stir-fry most of the time. I am hoping that I figure out working with it in baking so I can make myself a birthday came with it soon!

  20. rod jackson says

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  21. Megan says

    My bf and I love to use it in our smoothies :) soo yummy. i liquefy the oil before adding it to a cold smoothie so it does not clump in it.

  22. Sue D says

    I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter and like to use coconut oil to make granola, baking cookies and making deodorant.

  23. Deb says

    I stir a spoon full into my oatmeal every morning, saute veggies in it, put it on my hands to moisturize, put in on my son’s very dry, but acne prone forehead. Also use it to “Oil pull” most mornings. Love Tropical Traditions products!!

  24. T.G. says

    Hi Kelly of Foodie Fiasco,thank u so very much for the opportunity to win some TT Gold label virgin coconut oil! I just Liked ur FB page as well as followed u on Pinterest,I’m “Lady T” on Pinterest btw… I love ur Bio,and the fact that ur so young and so interested in preparing and eating good and healthy foods,so awesome! :) My mouth is already watering from ur dishes,and what i will make if i win the coconut oil :) First,i’d love to try the choc chip cookies,I wanna start eating healthier and preparing more healthier and tastier foods for my family, and this is a great start :) My 19 year old son is now in training to be a Cook,and he’s having sooo much fun,although it is hard work,he’s having fun learning,and im so happy for him! :) I never expected him to be training as a Cook,he’s a very picky eater,but i think this experience will help him to try healthier and more nutritious foods,and as a Mom,i’m so happy about that :) I wish u much success and thank u again for this awesome giveaway,and for sharing all ur wonderful recipes with us,Happy Easter weekend to u and fam :) (((Huggies)))~T.G.

  25. bobbi jo white says

    I like to spread it on toast, to cook with in place of butter, put it in coffee, & use in homemade deodorant (which works) to name a few. Always interested in finding other uses.
    Follow TT & FF on fb & twitter. Tweeted on twitter. Already subscribed to TT newsletter. Follow FF and pinned on pinterest.

  26. Jessica says

    I love using coconut oil in baking! In two months, I’m participating in a Relay for Life event for the American Cancer Society, and I am needed to fundraise like crazy. As part of meetig our individual and collective fundraising goals, my team will be presenting various opportunities to gather donations at our booth during the event, and for one of my contributions I’m baking and selling my absolute favorite (healthy!) graham cracker cookie recipe that calls for coconut oil. It’s the perfect time to educate people about healthy coconut fats, am I right? Plus, I love cutting the cookies into heart shapes! The thing is, my budget is super tight—not something coconut oil favors very much. The coconut oil from the giveaway would be a massive help! Plus, any money that would’ve been used buying coconut oil could instead become a direct donation towards my team’s fundraising. Not such a bad trade-off, huh?

  27. says

    (still the Relay for Life girl—my spacebar is quite the troubled key, so I had to copy and paste a space every time I needed one in not only the previous comment, but also the next few. I hope all of my pasting lends me some luck!)

    liked Foodie Fiasco on Facebook

  28. Debbie B says

    I am new to this product but have heard great things about it! I am looking forward to enjoying making this a part of my daily routine. Thanks for the giveaway!

  29. Jessica spears says

    I followed and liked you on Facebook. I followed on Pinterest and pinned one of your recipes. I followed you in twitter my face book and Pinterest are under jessica Dube-spears. My twitter is Sleepingbella1.

  30. Cheryl Chervitz says

    I use it in cooking and baking recipes instead of butter. I also give it to my pets in their food.

  31. Sj says

    I like using coconut oil in cookies too! But I prefer applesauce for breads/cakes/muffins.

    I also like using it on my face, in my hair and for stir frying :)

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