Coconut Oil Giveaway

I’ve been using Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil quite a bit lately.


Just this week I made No Bake Coconut & Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites with it.

And recently I’ve made:

Chocolate Coconut Kale Chips

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Butter

Raw Vegan Coconut Oil Chocolate

Roasted Coconut Ginger & Peanut Butter Carrots

Vegan Gluten Free Pancakes

No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Coconut Oil Protein Bars (Vegan, GF)

Chocolate Macaroons (Vegan, GF, no dehydrator required)

And there are so many other recipes that I use coconut oil in.

I have a whole Coconut Oil Recipes Post!

Maybe you’d like to win some coconut oil for yourself?

Tropical Traditions is providing one 32-oz jar of their virgin coconut oil for one lucky reader.

To Enter:

1. You must subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

After you’ve done that, simply tell me what you want to make using coconut oil or what you already make with coconut oil.

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow Me and Twitter Follow Tropical Traditions and then tweet the following:

“I just entered to win Free Coconut Oil @loveveggiesyoga @troptraditions″

3. For a third entry, do one of these things (or more if you’d like but you can only claim one for contest purposes)

Facebook Like Me, Facebook Like Tropical TraditionsStumble This, or post this Give Away on your blog.

Contest will run until Friday, June 10, 2011 and a winner will randomly be chosen and announced.  Tropical Traditions will ship the coconut oil directly to the winner.

Open to U.S. and Canadian residents.

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.

Get your entries in now!


  1. I’m not sure what I would make but I bet it would be one of your delicious vegan desserts! :)

  2. Just subscribed to TT newsletter.

    I make a variation of your freezer granola bars. Actually, multiple variations. One of the best recipes I’ve ever gotten on the internet!! Aside from that, love to cook with coconut oil, and it is my ONLY moisturizer! :)

  3. I subscribed to the newsletter.
    I like to use coconut oil for frying, for making creams and for making raw, vegan dessert balls.

  4. I follow you and Tropical Traditions on Twitter and I tweeted the following:!/AgneskaO/status/78954615504248832

  5. I like you on Facebook (Agnes O.).

  6. I love to make raw chocolate, add coconut oil to my smoothies, use it for kale chips, use it to bind my homemade almond milk, and to use it as a lip balm! (I also subscribed to the newsletter)

  7. Entry #1: I’m subscribed to the newsletter.

  8. Entry #2: I’m following both of you and tweeted. Here’s my status:!/RawJuiceGirl/status/78998233644400640

  9. I already get the Tropical Traditions newsletter – and I love to use coconut oil for raw chocolate and nut butter candies as well as for cooking – sweet potatoes roasted in coconut oil with cinnamon and cumin is one of my favs!

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  11. I subscribed to the newsletter, I can’t wait to make some salty popcorn with coconut oil, cinnamon and sugar!

  12. I followed you and tropical traditions on twitter, and tweeted about the giveaway.

  13. I facebooked liked tropical traditions

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  15. Your raw vegan chocolate is the best! Those macaroons looked delicious too!!

  16. I subscribed to the tropical traditions newsletter, Hope I win!!!!

  17. I entered for the newsletter, “liked” loveveggeisandyoga on FB and would love to use the coconut oil to make your No Bake Coconut & Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites !!!!

  18. I FB liked Tropical Traditions. :)

  19. I would make a nut butter, like your coconut cashew one perhaps! I have used coconut butter in my oats.

  20. I currently use coconut oil in most of my baking. I love the aroma!

  21. I already “like” Love Veggies & Yoga and Tropical Traditions.

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