Organic Raw Honey Giveaway

Recently I received some Tropical Traditions Raw Honey

100% Organic




See that 100% Organic honey on the bottom there

From the Tropical Traditions site:

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow (same temperatures the honey would see inside the hive). We select only premium honey that is pure, smooth and creamy, with the consistency of soft margarine at harvest. It contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed. It also contains pollen because it has not been filtered—merely screened.

The Tropical Traditions honey is amazing!

It’s not like the honey you buy that looks like this.

Regular “grocery store” honey has no where near the wonderful flavor that raw honey has.

Raw honey is full-bodied, rich, smooth.  You just have to try it.

I love honey and use it in my:

Sweet & Sour Honey Lemon Tofu

Pumpkin Honey Tofu

This tastes like pumpkin bread and is soft and spongey.  See the post how I get it to be bread-like.

You can use honey, agave, or maple syrup in No-Bake Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Bars

And really in most any place I use agave in my recipes, such as in Raw Vegan Dark Chocolate Fudge Balls

Or High Raw Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls

…Feel free to try honey!

I also discussed the honey + veganism issue here

Do you want to win some Raw Organic Honey?

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 honey or how you like to eat honey?


Tell me if you’ve ever had raw honey?

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

“I love honey and I entered to win Organic Raw Honey from @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 MeFacebook Like Tropical TraditionsStumble Follow Me & Stumble It, Pinterest Follow MeInstagram Follow Me (<–my latest obsession!) or post this Giveaway on your blog.

Contest will run until Friday, July 29, 2011 and winner will randomly be chosen and announced.

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. This looks tres delicieux!! :D I’m pretty sure I grew up eating raw honey if I’m not mistaken! I’m just not sure 100% because it was from Korea and Argentina, but if it was, then it’s darn delicious! A lot stickier too :)

  2. I follow your tweets sweet Averie~

  3. I also tweeted, have a blessed day <33

  4. Yum! I follow you on Twitter and Pinterest and FB liked you :D I’ve tasted the the Trader Joe’s raw honey and loved it, but I can’t remember if it was organic. I’d definitely use this in protein/granola bars.

    PS Found your blog the other week via a linked recipe, and I’ve really been loving it!

  5. Samantha Robertson Reply

    I love honey in EVERYTHING. Straight off the spoon, honey almond butter, honey almond butter balls. . . one of the best foods there is!

    I subscribed!

  6. Subscribed to the newsletter!

    I absolutely adore putting honey on my overnight oats… so good!

  7. I’m already subscribed to that newsletter.

    I usually eat honey drizzled on fruit or toast!

  8. I already subscribe to the tropical traditions newsletter. I’ve never had raw honey, but I love to use honey as a replacement for traditional sugar in dessert recipes. It adds a more full-bodied flavor that you just don’t get with regular sugar.

  9. I also ‘like’ Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

  10. I just subscribed. I have never had raw honey, but would like to try it. I actually purchased a bottle of bee pollen at the Farmer’s Market last week because I read that it helps fight allergies. It would be great to also use raw honey in baking and have the pollen baked right in to my treats! I would definitely try the raw honey by the spoonful for my first taste. :)

  11. I subscribed! Honestly, I LOVE eating raw honey right out of the jar! Ahh it’s one of my favorite foods!

  12. I subscribed–I would love to try it on some Greek yogurt!

  13. You mean not all honey comes from a plastic bear?! Wow! I have never tried but would love to!

  14. I “liked” Tropical Traditions on facebook

  15. i follow your tweets!

  16. I already subsribe :)
    I LOVE the TT raw honey. Best I’ve ever had. I love making glazes for tofu with it…although I’ve gotta say the TT stuff is good to eat plain, too :P

  17. I’ve never had raw honey. I’ve been eyeing it at Trader Joe’s though, hmm if I don’t win I’ll have to pick some up! My latest obsession has been 100% pure maple syrup. mmmmm maple syrup.

  18. I just bought my first jar of raw honey a few weeks ago and it is possibly one of the most delicious things I have ever eaten. It has such a unique smooth texture. I’ve yet cook with it…but I can’t wait!

  19. I like you on Facebook!

  20. I’m subscribed to the newsletter.
    I love raw honey! I’ve been buying a local, raw cinnamon honey and it is so so good, straight out of the jar :) I’ve also heard that local raw honey is great for allergies (for people and dogs!) by taking 1 tsp per day

  21. I like you on FB!

  22. Pumpkin is my absolute FAVORITE flavor. I must try that tofu!!

    I read through your post on vegans and honey. I haven’t done enough research on it to assert an opinion, but I think for now I’ll stick to not eating it unless I can come up with reasons why it’s okay for vegans!

  23. i subscribe to the newsletter!

  24. i follow you and tropical traditions on twitter and i tweeted about the giveaway

  25. i follow you on instagram!

    i love eating peanut butter and honey sandwiches!!! this looks delicious!

  26. I subscribed to TT
    I love honey in grilled sunflower butter & banana sandwiches and in sunflower butter granola!

  27. I like you on FB!

  28. So awesome !I’ve never used raw honey! I am subscribed already and I would use it in my granola!!

  29. YUM! I just subscribed to the newsletter. I want to try this drizzled over oats!! Thanks for another giveaway!

  30. I also follow you and Tropical Traditions on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway.

  31. And last but not least I facebook follow you and Tropical Traditions!

  32. Just subscribed to Tropical Traditions! I would use raw honey for a chocolate pudding recipe that a friend gave me. Hope I get to use it!!!! :)

  33. I love to eat honey on my morning oats and stirred into my tea!

  34. Subscribed to the newsletter, and I love honey in my tea!

  35. I also follow you on pinterest!

  36. I am planning on using honey to start experimenting with homemade granola bars. I have never tried raw honey, but I would love the opportunity! :)

  37. ive already subscribed but i would use the raw honey in my tea and on toast…loves!

  38. With a SPOON :) Also, I’ve only had the truly raw solid stuff once and I was hanging out with Dhru and Phil (AWESOME). I buy local only! :)

  39. I have already subscribed, but i love almond/peanut butter with honey on toast or in my tea!

  40. I just subscribed! I’ve never had raw honey before. I love using honey as exercise fuel! :)

  41. I already subscribe to their newsletter. I would make granola bars with it.

  42. I already like you on Facebook.

  43. I FB “like”ed Tropical Traditions!

  44. Oooooh, open to Canadians too!!!!!! Yippppppeeeeee!

    I love to dip chicken nuggets/ fingers in honey!
    I also love honey on homemade biscuits.

    I have had raw honey, and it is the best!!

  45. I subscribe to tt newsletter.

    I like raw honey in my tea.

  46. I subscribe! One of the most comforting things in the world is Chamomile tea sweetened with honey. Sugar’s just not the same.

  47. Subscribed! Never had raw honey, but as kids we would have toast with peanut butter and banana slices, with honey drizzled over the top! Yum!!

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