Jul 28, 2011

Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil Review & Giveaway CLOSED


I was recently given the chance to try Tropical Traditions virgin coconut oil. All I can say is this is great stuff. From the moment you open the jar you are in coconut heaven. The oil smells so good you just want to taste it. Don't taste it by the way. I did and it tastes like oil and not the sweet smell of coconut.

I decided to try this oil by making a banana bread recipe that I found on Tropical Traditions recipe blog here. I traded out the whole wheat flour for white flour (it was all I had). I also replaced the 2/3 cup of flour for a 1/2 cup oatmeal. I did not have any shredded coconut either.

While making this I had to resist the urge to eat the batter itself. The coconut has such a strong sweet smell, which makes me hungry to try it.

When I finally got to taste that first bite of banana bread I was in heaven. The bread tasted great. It was soft, moist, and didn't have a strong coconut flavor like you would assume. I believe this is the best banana bread I have ever eaten and I blame the oil. I see a lot of banana breads in my future.






You can use this oil for anything that you cook sweet or savory. I urge you to check out Tropical Traditions coconut recipe blog for many other great uses for this oil.

Here is a video showing you how this wonderful oil is made in the Philippines.






 Thanks to Tropical Traditions for letting me try this coconut oil. They are also going to give one of my readers their very own jar of virgin coconut oil.
 
You can find this recipe and more on their free coconut recipes blog.


Buy it: Buy 32-oz. - Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - 1 quart
Bonus, get a FREE gift,  "Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people's lives and how it can change yours!" with your first-time purchase.

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Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.


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19 comments:

incorporealidol said...

I think I'd try the Gluten Free Cheesecake, or the Wheat-Free Coconut Pancakes! They both look delicious!

Laura C said...

I would try Raspberry & Cream Breakfast Smoothie

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Linda R. said...

I would like to try the Creamy Coconut Cinnamon Smoothie

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Carrie's Rambles said...

The chocolate almond granola sounds so delish!

Sweeter the berry said...

I'll try the raspberry coconut pie recipe


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Jenn Spencer said...

I'd like to try the banana bread and chocolate almond granola!

Thanks!
Jenn
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Dani' said...

I'd like to try the Garlic Ginger Coconut Rice at http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/recipe_Garlic_Ginger_Coconut_Rice.htm contestd(at)hotmail(dot)com

Cindy M said...

I would love to try the Cherry Muffins recipe.
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Samantha said...

Today is rainy and dark outside and so the Coconut Cream Hot Chocolate sounds perfect.

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Mary said...

Your Banana Bread sounds amazing! Think I will have to try it too. : )

RILEKAT said...

I would like to try the Chocolate Coconut Balls.

Erin Slattery said...

The Dairy Free Coconut Pie sounds yummy to try
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Emillie Rose said...

The Creamy Coconut Cinnamon Smoothie looks good!
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Helena said...

How do I leave my daily tweets? Do I need to fill out the whole form again? It won't let me click I did this. It says 'Complete Mandatory Entry First.'
daisydoo200 at yahoo dotcom

dani84m said...

If you are having trouble with the daily tweets go ahead and click did this and in the extra info box write don't count.

iwincontests said...

I want to win!! I met the guys who started TT many yrs ago before they moved... shout out to them. Hope the family is great


Creamy Coconut Cinnamon Smoothie
Is what I want to make.. amandathewinna at gmail dot com thanks

Helen said...

would love to try the Banana Coconut Shake

Steph B. said...

Not a huge fan of coconut but a lot of the recipes look real yummy.

I followed you back on twitter and am now following your blog.
-Steph
The Random Mommy Blog

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

I'd love to make the Chocolate Coconut Balls!

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