Sunday, May 6, 2012

Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil Giveaway

This morning I made cookies! Breakfast cookies that is.


I used a scoop to make them, so they were rounder than cookies usually are. My boys thanked me for breakfast.

Here's how to make them:

Set the oven at 350 degrees. Bake for 12 minutes or if you like crispy cookies, bake for 15 minutes. They do not spread much, but will get more puffy and golden around the edges.


I used a mixer and just dumped all the ingredients together. If you are not using a mixer, combine the dry ingredients in one mixing bowl, the wet ingredients in another and mix them for the end results.

*The dried cherries can be substituted for other dried fruit.


Tropical Traditions gave me a jar of Gold Label Extra Virgin Coconut Oil to try out. there are 100s of ways to use coconut oil. Check out the ways here.


Here's what CEO of Tropical Traditions says about Coconut Oil:


Now for the giveaway! One US or Canadian reader is going to win 1 32 ounce jar of Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil!

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27 comments:

DeniseL said...

I'd love to make my Sea Salt Brownines using coconut oil instead of butter :)

DeniseL said...

I've never had a breakfast cookie, but your recipe sounds delish. Definitely gonna give it a try.

Carly H. said...

I like making curries with coconut oil.

My Journey With Candida said...

I use coconut oil for medicinal purposes, plus I make a really good fudge with it.

JLP said...

popcorn!

Tina Hicks said...

Sounds yummy! I use coconut oil in many of my recipes now and LOVE it!

Tina Hicks said...

Oops forgot to include what I make-the latest thing I made with cocnut oil was organic muffins.

Tina Hicks said...

For the first time I made granola and we all LOVED it! I was surprised. http://www.mybabysgreenblog.com/2012/05/making-granola.html

kathy brower said...

i love to make popcorn with coconut oil and want to try breakfast cookies.

MamaHunfy said...

I'd make brownies!

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Rusthawk said...

I would mix it with melted chocolate and make chocolate covered brazil nuts.

What I Did Today said...

I would use it in every single baking I do until it is gone. Especially chocolate anything. Coconut and chocolate are heaven together!!

Heather | Mom 4 Life said...

Oh I would LOVE to win this! I use coconut oil ALL the time for cooking and skin care, love it!!

April G said...

I'd use it for popcorn!

aznlily95 said...

Some cupcakes with a light coconut frosting!

Kristen said...

I'd make granola and kale chips. My family loves both!

BethElderton said...

I saw the recipe for Coconut Date Truffles--yum!
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Sue D said...

I would like to make their recipe for coconut shrimp and rice.
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Sue D said...

I used to make a breakfast cookie when my kids were small but can't find the recipe right now. All I remember is oats and raisins.
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Kylie said...

I love using a little spoonful in my morning oatmeal rather than butter. It's delicious in my homemade granola and it is amazing for stir-frying! Plus on TT their is an awesome coconut shrimp recipe.

Jennifer P said...

I would make my mango bread! I think the slight coconut overtones would be a fantastic addition!
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Charissa said...

I use it in my smoothies!

Charissa said...

Yes, I believe I have! So good! (breakfast cookie)

gamom056 said...

My favorite way to use coconut oil is in place of butter in oven roasted sweet potato wedges.

amanda said...

I love using coconut oil in banana bread.

Becky said...

The coconut oil pie crust looks good!! So do the brownies.

Francesca M. said...

I have a granola recipe that would be perfect!

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