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GIVEAWAY: Tropical Traditions Shredded Coconut! -CLOSED-


I tried out Shredded Coconut from Tropical Traditions.  It is cut very small so it can be added easily to certain recipes.  I used it to make granola bars and they were excellent!  I used this Granola Bar recipe.  Only instead of raisins I used chocolate  And then I added ...maybe a cup of shredded coconut.  We are coconut lovers here. :)  I also use almonds instead of walnuts.  Those changes make this the best granola bar recipe that I've made!  I just hate making them too often because I eat WAY too much.

The Shredded Coconut is NOT sweetened.  It is organic and free of additives, and no sulfites are used to keep them white.  Tropical Traditions has some great recipes including: macaroons :)  I think I'll try that next.  Search for Shredded Coconut to find more recipes!

Also the coconuts from the Philippines were grown with no fertilizers or pesticides!  Tropical Traditions sells a 1 gallon re-sealable pail for $17.50.  That holds 3.5 lbs!  That's a lot of

Tropical Traditions is giving away 3.5 lbs of non-sweetened Shredded Coconut!

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Anonymous said…
mmmm dairy free coconut pie...sign me up!

COuponingismyhobbt at gmail dot com
Becca said…
thanks for this giveaway!
Gina said…
Would love to try the Rhubarb BBQ Sauce said…
Going to try the coconut smoothie YUM sounds good
Tara Oliver said…
I didn't have to go far to find a recipe I'd love to try - peanut butter coconut cookies please! thanks for the giveaway!
tara.the.equestrian at gmail dot com
catnap said…
The granola sounds great, but I'd also like to try the Chocolate Coconut Balls.
daivabaum said…
Chocolate Coconut Balls
poniabaum at gmail dot com
Cher said…
I make Granola bars all the time and would love to try the Chocolate Almond Granola!
jeremyndelila said…
oooo, banana oatmeal coconut cookies. mmm
tamiv said…
Love to Try the Raspberry Coconut Cream Pie!
Jodi said…
I would love to try the Lemon Coconut Muffins! Thanks!

Sue D said…
I would like to try the recipe for dairy free coconut pie.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com
Beth said…
I would like to make their recipe for Gluten Free Brown Sugar Shortbread Cookies
rollerbeth at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
Gluten free coconut pie crust!! yes please :)
Samantha said…
I would like to try the coconut cream hot chocolate
sjam916 at gmail dot
KellyH said…
I'd love to try to make Coconut Milk with the Shredded Coconut!
nicolesender said…
I'd like to try peanut butter coconut cookies!
Stacy said…
I'd love to try the peanut butter coconut cookies.
gingeroo616 at aol dot com
Spring said…
Gluten free fruit cocktail cake sound delicious
Bonnie said…
Fruit cocktail cake sounds sooooo good. i wish It wasn't 1:25 inthe morning and everyoe in my house was sleeping LOL Or I would. But I'll be nice and let them sleep. Note to self: Cook this soon!
Valerie said…
I would like to try the coconut peanut butter cookie recipe.
Theresa said…
Rhubarb BBQ Sauce looks fun!
amy said…
I want those chocolate coconut balls!!!
WiJoyMom said…
this recipe, looks so yummy, Gluten Free Coconut Flour Orange Cake
Ravi and Evie said…
My husband is Indian.. so we use a lot of coconut. I want to surprise him with the Chicken Curry.
Hifam said…
I would love to try the Gluten Free Brown Sugar Shortbread Cookies.
Sabrina said…
Yum....the gluten free coconut chocolate chunk scones sound amazing!!
Sabrina.Vaccaro at hotmail dot com
twocuff said…
coconut chocolate chunk scones!!
amandalovesyou said…
dairy free coconut pie
auntietina said…
I would love to try both of the coconut cream pie recipes they have listed. I have been trying to recreate the haupia (coconut custard) topping from a okinawan sweet potato pie my boyfriend used to get in Hawaii. Deeeeeeelicious!
Nancy said…
I'd like to try the recipe for Puto - Phillipino Rice Cakes.

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Lara N. said…
Puto - Filipino Rice Cake
I've gotten some new Filipino friends recently and this'll be fun to impress them with!
Dana said…
I would like to try the Raspberry Coconut Cream Pie recipe.

Donna said…
I would like the coconut macaroons recipe.
lilyk said…
The Creamy Coconut Cinnamon Smoothie recipes looks very tasty!
Ashley said…
I'd like to try the the curry. Yum!

mrs.marcus2 at yahoo dot com

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