Beth’s Birthday – 1 Gallon Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Giveaway

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********* The giveaway is now closed! Thank you so much to everyone that entered and congrats to Janet our randomly selected winner! *********
(winner was randomly selected using Random.org)

Janet I will be emailing you to let you know you have won and to get your mailing address.

If you’ve been following my blog for a while now, you know how obsessed I am with coconut oil. I use it in just about everything I make, baked goods, smoothies, chocolate treats, roasted veggies, etc. So, in honor of my birthday today, instead of all of the gifts being for me, I wanted to share the gift of coconut oil with one lucky reader – so I am giving away 1 gallon (yes, gallon) of Tropical Traditions’ Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil! Before we get into how to enter, below are some of favorite ways to use coconut oil in the kitchen! Now if I could just get someone to create the perfect gluten-free birthday cake for me today with some of this delicious coconut oil and maybe some amazing dark chocolate, that would just make my day. If I could clone myself for just one day for that reason, I’d say that is a good enough reason.

Some of my recent favorite recipe featuring Tropical Traditions’ Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil are:

Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites - Vegan + Gluten-free (Refined Sugar-free Option)

These homemade vegan versions of Almond Joys that I call Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites, are my new obsession. A perfect halloween sweet without all the processed junk found in the candy lining the aisles at stores right now.

Grain-free Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts (Gluten-free, Vegan + Refined Sugar-free)

It’s that time of year, pumpkin recipes are everywhere and I cannot get enough. These Grain-free Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts are the perfect way to enjoy to have all of the yummy flavors of a pumpkin pie without the guilt, or the stomach aches!

Grain-free Pistachio Chocolate Chip Cookies with Sea Salt - Gluten-free + Dairy-free (Vegan option)

I love using coconut oil in baked goods, especially cookies. These Grain-free Pistachio Chocolate Chip Cookies with Sea Salt  are simple to make and are soo delicious. The most wonderful combo of salty and sweet all wrapped up into one delicious cookie.

Vegan Caramel Apple Dipping Sauce (gluten-free)

With Halloween looming around the corner, I am sure you are craving some delicious caramel apples, too, right? Here is my updated healthier version of the classic treat, Vegan Caramel Apple Dipping Sauce (Gluten-free). This dipping sauce features lots of yummy coconut ingredients, including some delicious coconut oil.

And of course there are always all of these favorite recipes, too…

 

Apple Crisp (Gluten-Free and Vegan)

What could be better than a homemade vegan and gluten-free apple crisp this time of year? Nothing! Instead of the usual butter, replace it with some delicious gold label virgin coconut oil.

Banana Blueberry Coconut Smoothie  - Vegan + Gluten-free

As I mentioned a little while back, I recently received a sample of Gold Label Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions and I have really been enjoying making things with it. One of my favorites has been this Banana Blueberry Coconut Smoothie, that I featured recently. Sometimes I make a similar smoothie but instead of blueberries, I add in a tablespoon or two of unsweetened organic baking cocoa. Wow, what a delicious and sinful treat.

Blueberry Rosemary Multi-grain Galette

Another recipe that I made recently that really used coconut oil in a different way was this Blueberry Rosemary Multi-Grain Galette, instead of butter or a butter alternative, I use frozen coconut oil to give the crust of this galette the perfect texture, it is so easy and perfect if you are dairy-free or vegan.

 

Dark Chocolate Coconut Treats - Vegan, Gluten-free + Refined Sugar-Free

And of course, the most popular recipe here on Tasty Yummies that really features coconut oil are my Dark Chocolate Coconut Treats, which can easily be made in a regular sized or mini-sized muffin tin. These may just be my favorite use for coconut oil.

A quick search for coconut oil here on Tasty Yummies will quickly show you just how often I use coconut oil and it will get you tons of great recipes to play around with and to be inspired by. In addition to being great to cook with, I also from time to time use coconut oil on my skin and hair (and the same goes for the dog), since it makes a really great natural moisturizer. The coconut oil that I received from Tropical Traditions really stands out for me among the different brands I have used, it has a great subtle flavor and it is very high quality. I find the coconut oil from Tropical Traditions tastes cleaner and more pure than any other brand I have tried. I cannot wait to continue making yummy things with it. A lot of you already know the great benefits that coconut oil provides and as much as I would love to go into that on here, the FDA does not want us to discuss the health benefits of coconut oil on a page where it is being sold or given away, so here is the best website to read about the health benefits of coconut oil.

Since, I am really enjoying the Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions so much, I am hosting a giveaway for a 1 gallon pail. (Yes, it a pail of coconut oil!)

Read below to see how you can enter to win.

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - gallon.

Win 1 gallon of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil!

Tropical Traditions is America’s source for coconut oil. Their Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is hand crafted in small batches by family producers, and it is the highest quality coconut oil they offer. You can read more about how virgin coconut oil is different from other coconut oils on their website: What is Virgin Coconut Oil?

You can also watch the video they produced about Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil:

Tropical Traditions also carries other varieties of affordable high quality coconut oil. Visit their website to check on current sales, to learn about the many uses of coconut oil, and to read about all the advantages of buying coconut oil online. Since the FDA does not want us to discuss the health benefits of coconut oil on a page where it is being sold or given away, here is the best website to read about the health benefits of coconut oil.

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.

 Enter the contest

Please leave a *separate comment* below for each entry!
You can enter up to 4 times

1) In order to be entered into the giveaway, you *must* sign up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter here.
Please comment below to let me know that you have done so (with a working email address) to enter yourself in the giveaway *

Additional entries will be accepted for the following:

 2) Like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook.
Share the post I put up on the Tasty Yummies page to be included in the giveaway then come back and comment here telling me you liked both pages, that you’ve shared my post and what you’d make if you won the gallon-sized pail of coconut oil.

3) Tweet about the contest and while you are there follow me on Twitter @herobeth and follow @troptraditions and/or @ttspecialdeals
You could say something like: “I just entered to win @troptraditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil from @herobeth on Tasty Yummies  http://wp.me/p23r4t-Ia”
Make sure you comment here to let me know that you posted about the giveaway.

4) Subscribe to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed in your RSS reader or by email
 Again, make sure to comment here to let me know that you subscribed.

Please note – this giveaway is only open to the US and Canada.

Again, please make sure you leave a *separate comment* below for each entry,
if you don’t comment you will not be entered!

The giveaway will be open until the end of the day Tuesday, October 23.
Winner will be selected at random and announced on Wednesday, October 24. 1 winner will be selected and notified through email and this post.

Please note: If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.

264 Responses

  1. I just signed up to receive the Tropical Traditions newsletter, to enter the coconut oil giveaway! Happy birthday!

  2. Frances Bishop says:

    I signed up!! They have the best coconut oil!!!

  3. Suzanne says:

    Already like both FB pages and shared your status RE: the giveaway.

  4. Suzanne says:

    I have been an email subscriber to your blog!

  5. Suzanne says:

    I am a subscriber to TT’s newsletter

  6. Suzanne says:

    Oh and Happy Birthday!

  7. connies says:

    I signed up for the newsletter. Would love to win this as I’ve been thinking about trying coconut oil! Thanks!

  8. connie says:

    I “liked” the Tasty Yummies facebook page. I have never used coconut oil before but would like to try it in an apple crisp recipe….. sounds great!

  9. Mary says:

    I just love all of the yummy recipes you have! Can’t wait to have a lil time to make some. Thank you!

  10. connie says:

    I liked the Tropical Traditions facebook page. I would really like to use coconut oil in place of the oils I use in cooking….

  11. kelly says:

    I like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook, and shared your post! thanks 🙂

  12. kelly says:

    hello, i am signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter

  13. kelly says:

    i also Subscribed to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed

  14. Petra Perez says:

    Hi! Just subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter and “liked” their Facebook page. Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome product! Good luck to everyone who enters!

  15. Meechie says:

    I use it all the time and must try your “Joyfuls” recipe!

  16. SaraBaker says:

    I’m signed up for the TT newsletter.

  17. SaraBaker says:

    I read your blog through Google Reader. Hope you have a happy, happy, HAPPY birthday!

  18. Meechie says:

    Subscribed to Tropical Traditions.. I’ve got their emails for a couple years now!

  19. Meechie says:

    Already subscribe to Tasty Yummies.. thank you!

  20. Melanie says:

    I subscribed to TT’s newsletter a while back, so that was an easy one!

  21. Melanie says:

    I’ve liked your fan page for some time, so again…another easy entry. I liked TT’s fan page on facebook today too!!

  22. Rs Mom says:

    I am signed up for the tropical traditions newsletter, and I *love* coconut oil, for my skin and for baking. Thanks for the great recipes!

  23. Melanie says:

    Subscribed to your newsletter via email. Woot!

  24. Kathy S says:

    I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter…

  25. Cindy Viebke says:

    I just signed up to get the Newsletter!

  26. Cindy Viebke says:

    I liked tasty-yummies.com on FB!

  27. Cindy Viebke says:

    I liked Tropical Traditions on Facebook!

  28. Tamikko Gordin says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter 🙂

  29. Allison Bruner says:

    I am already subscribed to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter. OMG I wanna win!!! I LOVE tt coconut oil.

  30. Rita says:

    Happy Birthday have an awesome day!!! I signed up for the TT newsletter.

  31. Brenda says:

    Happy birthday! I already subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  32. Tamikko Gordin says:

    I liked both Tasty Yummies (in fact, I already had) and Tropical Traditions and shared your post. I also noted that I would make lots of treats to give at Christmas like truffles and pumpkin fudge, as well as use it in my hair and all over my body as a moisturizer 🙂

  33. Brenda says:

    I already liked Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on facebook!

  34. Rita says:

    Already like Tasty Yummies on facebook and just liked TT, I would like to try your vegan caramel dipping sauce, along with about a million other things I use coconut oil for:)

  35. Brenda says:

    I subscribed to Tasty Yummies by email.

  36. Rita says:

    Oh and I forgot to say I did share it on my Facebook page.

  37. Tamikko Gordin says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway (Tamikko Braun) and followed Tropical Traditions and the giveaways

  38. Tamikko Gordin says:

    I already have you in my Google Reader (Tamikko Braun)

  39. Rita says:

    I already follow you on twitter and started following TT and have tweeted the contest.

  40. Allison Bruner says:

    I already like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook!! Mmmmm, gimmi some coconut oil!!

  41. Rita says:

    Last but not least I have subscribed to your newsletter.

  42. Allison Bruner says:
  43. Allison Bruner says:

    Email Subscription to Tasty Yummies Confirmed! I can just taste that coconut oil now!!! Woo hoo!

  44. Mindy says:

    What a great giveaway! I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  45. Mindy says:

    I subscribe to your blog via google reader.

  46. Tiffany Santos says:

    I’m already signed up for the TT email newsletter

  47. Tiffany Santos says:

    I like both of you on Facebook and I shared your post. I’d love to make the “almond joys” for my husband if I won. Right now I’m obsessed with making peanut butter cups with coconut oil, cocoa and raw honey.

  48. I liked both pages and shared your post.
    I would make so many things. Uh, tooth soap, face mask, sugar scrubs, chocolate coconut treats, baked goods, and I could go on and on.

  49. Oh

  50. Yay, another giveaway! Happy Birthday!!! I already receive the Tropical Traditions newsletter!

  51. I already like you on fb (obviously!!), and just liked TT. If I will the gallon, I will totally make the drool-worthy Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites, AND the Dark Chocolate Coconut Treats…and I promise to share them with others who will no doubt be drooling as well. 😉

  52. Crystal says:

    I’m signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter!!

  53. Ashley C says:

    I am signed up to receive their newsletter 🙂

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

  54. I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  55. I already subscribe to TY by RSS. 🙂

    • tastyyummies says:

      Janet – CONGRATS!! You are the winner of the gallon of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil. I will be contacting you by email to get you the details! Thanks so much for entering and for reading Tasty Yummies!

  56. Annette says:

    Subscribed! Happy Birthday too!

  57. Annette says:

    Liked both pages! If I won the coconut oil I would make the Grain-free Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts and Apple Crisp!

  58. Julie says:

    I am signing up hoping to win the coconut oil give away.

  59. Sarah J. says:

    I LOVE coconut, all things coconut. I use coconut oil to cook with, to bake with, and to make body products with (like whipped body butter).
    I ‘liked’ Tropical Traditions Facebook (I already liked your page:) and shared your post.

    Thanks for doing a give-away and Happy Birthday!

  60. Sarah J. says:

    I signed up for the newsletter from Tropical Traditions 🙂

  61. Genia Bohl says:

    I am already receiving the tropical traditions newsletter.

  62. Genia Bohl says:

    I liked both pages, shared your post, and I would totally make those joyful almond coconut things.

  63. Melody says:

    I am signed up!

  64. Melody says:

    My first comment was for the Tropical Traditions newsletter. This one is for signing up for Tasty TT email letter. 🙂

  65. Christine says:

    I signed up for the newsletter!

  66. Christine says:

    I follow you in my google reader!

  67. Nicole says:

    I am subscribed to the TT newsletter 🙂

  68. Kathryn says:

    Happy Birthday. I love Tropical Traditions coconut oil and use it every day. Glad they posted your link on Pinterest – you’ve got some great recipes.

  69. kristin farrell says:

    I do all already except for tweeting (don’t have twitter account)!
    I hope I win so I can make tons of great vegan desserts for my friends and family in Buffalo, NY 🙂
    Happy Birthday too!!!

  70. domestic diva says:

    I subscribe to tt newsletter.

  71. Allie H says:

    Happy Birthday Beth!
    Holy cow, a gallon of coconut oil. I would be in HEAVEN.
    Signed up for the newsletter. Yay

  72. Allie H says:

    I follow you on google reader (cause it’s awesome)

  73. christina tonge says:

    i’ve been following your feed via email for awhile. LOVE the recipes, have tried several.

  74. christina tonge says:

    liked the tropical traditions facebook page. been loving tasty yummies since July.
    if i won i would make so much, where to start. So many recipes that i see call for coconut oil. i would use it to bake, cook, everything!!! trying to get back into baking since going gluten free and i’ve found it difficult. this will surely help!!

  75. christina tonge says:

    shared your post for the giveaway on FB.

  76. Happy Birthday, Beth!!!! I hope you have a wonderful day filled with lots of tasty treats 😀

    I am signed up for the newsletter.

  77. I’m subscribed via rss 😀

  78. Milly B says:

    I subscribe to their newsletter with millybry at gmail dot com.

  79. Milly B says:

    I like you both on Facebook as Milly Bryant and shared the post. I’d make granola. I’d mostly use it in hot breakfast cereal and smoothies. I use it sort of like a supplement to help with breastfeeding. Thanks so much!

  80. sigReale says:

    I signed up for the newsletter! Happy day to you!

  81. Milly B says:

    I follow you both on Twitter as wyomingmom and tweeted: https://twitter.com/wyomingmom/status/258600028011126784

  82. Milly B says:

    I subscribed to your email with millybry at gmail dot com.

  83. Katie says:

    I signed up for the newsletter! : )

  84. Katie says:

    I liked both Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on FB! : )

  85. Katie says:

    I am subscribed to Tasty Yummies via email! : ) Love me some coconut oil!!

  86. I have signed up for the newletter at Tropical Traditions…I LOVE TT and order it by the pail…me and all 4 dogs are on the coconut oil regime! WE LOVE IT!!!

  87. I ‘liked’ Tropical Traditions Facebook
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

  88. I liked TY on FB…pick me! LOL :))

  89. I just tweeted to win TT gold label coconut oil and posted about the giveaway

  90. I follow on google reader,.,.,and I have shared your page and TT with many people as I do bodywork at accoustic music festivals and am ALWAYS on a platform about the benefits!
    Thanks for your gluten free recipes!

  91. Susan says:

    I signed up for the TT newsletter!
    I also subscribe to Tasty Yummies updates by e-mail

  92. Linda Stoddard says:

    Happy, happy birthday, Beth! And thanks for your wonderful blog (especially the Friday pics and of course sharing Seri and jpeg with us!). You’re the best! xoLinda

  93. Amy says:

    I am receiving the TT newsletter!

  94. Amy says:

    I receive Tasty Yummies newsletter by email!

  95. Lesley says:

    I signed up for the TT newsletter!

  96. Lesley says:

    I have TY in my Google Reader RSS feed.

  97. Ashley says:

    I signed up for the newsletter! ammauceri@gmail.com thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  98. Ashley says:

    I subscribe via email!

  99. Cynthia says:

    I have signed up for the newletter at Tropical Traditions, woo hoo!!!

  100. Cynthia says:

    I “like” both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook

  101. Cynthia says:

    By the way HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU…….!!!!! 🙂

  102. michele says:

    I just signed up for the newsletter. I hope I win.

  103. April says:

    Signed up!

  104. April says:

    Liked!

  105. April says:

    Followed! And I would make chocolate, cookies, my moisturizer, etc. etc.!

  106. April says:

    Tweeted and Shared!

  107. April says:

    Subscribed!

  108. Michelle says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter!

  109. Michelle says:

    I liked both Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on FB! I also shared the post….I would make the Dark Chocolate Coconut Treats! (I might make them this weekend! haha)

  110. Michelle says:

    and I already follow you in my Google Reader!!

  111. Ashley says:

    I tweeted!

  112. Amanda says:

    Just liked both Tasty Yummies & Tropical Traditions on facebook. Been a fan of Tropical Traditions for years. Only body lotion I use! Plus great for removing eye make-up!
    If I win I plan to make chocolate covered anythings!!!

  113. loriag says:

    I receive TT news letter.

  114. loriag says:

    Liked both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook.

  115. loriag says:
  116. loriag says:

    Subscribe to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed in your RSS reader or by email at loriagalbraith at gmail do com. ( different from email entry email)

  117. Michael F says:

    Best Contest ever!! Who doesn’t want a gallon of coconut oil. It’s the best for everything!!

    I’ve done all the steps.

    Thanks again for doing this!

  118. Aja says:

    Signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter. Never tried this brand, but I would love to!

  119. Aja says:

    Signed up for email updates from your website too!

  120. Aja says:

    And I liked both pages on facebook!

  121. Aja says:

    And lastly, I posted on twitter! Happy Birthday! love coconut oil! It’s so yummy in my tummy and makes my skin soo silky smooth!

  122. Amanda says:

    I subscribe to their newsletter 🙂

  123. Amanda says:

    I liked Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook and shared it with my friends.

  124. Amanda says:

    I follow you you and tropical traditions two accounts on twitter and I tweeted about it as well. 🙂

  125. Amanda says:

    I subscribed via email floatingpyramids[@]gmail.com

  126. tara says:

    i just signed up to tropical traditions! the first thing i would make is the dark chocolate coconut treats, my two most favourite things in the world!
    happy birthday

  127. Earlene says:

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while and just signed up for email!! Very nice and informative blog!

  128. Andi Crater says:

    Signed up for the newsletter with email address a.crater@hotmail.com

  129. Andi Crater says:

    I liked both pages, shared the giveaway and if I win I will be making enough of my cloth diaper safe rash cream to last forever, and lots and lots of baked goodies for my family and friends this holiday season!

  130. Andi Crater says:

    Tweated from @amcrater

  131. Andi Crater says:

    subscribed to feedburner by email a.crater@hotmail.com

  132. Oh, HappyBirthday! I so enjoy your unique recipes! I love coconut oil, but usually use Nutiva brand. I’d like to try tropical traditions….
    I signed up for their newsletter.
    xo

  133. I have “liked” you for a while now, but I also just “liked” TT. 🙂

  134. Lilyanna says:

    I signed up to receive the newsletter. Looks like some good stuff! and.. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

  135. Amy Rice says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I signed up for Tasty Yummies RSS feed and the newsletter with my emails. Thanks!

  136. Sarah Butcher says:

    Getting Tropical traditions newsletter

  137. Sarah Butcher says:

    Following tasty yummies and tropical traditions on facebook

  138. Cara says:

    no need to include me in the givaway because I am currently working through my own gallon of TT coconut oil, love the stuff! Happy birthday!

  139. Schmidty says:

    I am signed up to Trop Traditions newsletter.

  140. Schmidty says:

    Following you both on facebook and I posted on my wall: https://www.facebook.com/rusthawk/posts/458660657506296

  141. Schmidty says:

    I’m following you both (both of TT’s pages also) and I tweeted https://twitter.com/rusthawk/status/259174772791996416

    Also – I love this stuff and I use to for smoothies, to roast veggies, fry chicken strips, and even for a skin moisturizer.

  142. Schmidty says:

    I am subscribed to your RSS feed.

  143. Jena C. says:

    I signed up for TT’s newsletter!

  144. Jena C. says:

    I liked both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook.

  145. Jena C. says:

    I tweeted about the contest and followed you, @troptraditions and/or @ttspecialdeals

  146. Jena C. says:

    Subscribed by email

  147. […] Tasty Yummies is giving away a gallon of Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil! […]

  148. Jessica says:

    I am signed up for Tropical traditions email newsletter!

  149. Jessica says:

    I have tweeted!

  150. Jessica says:

    I have subscribed to Tasty Yummies. Your dark chocolate coconut treats are my favorite, I need to try more of your wonderful looking recipes! Keep them coming!

  151. Aneesa says:

    Hi there. I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter (aneesa824@yahoo.com).

  152. Aneesa says:

    I liked both Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on Facebook (Aneesa Bint Lewis). I also shared your post about this giveaway. I would do so many things if I won the gallon sized gold label virgin coconut oil. I would use it in all my baking as a substitute for GMO-“vegetable” oil. I would also use it as a conditioner for my skin and hair.

  153. Aneesa says:

    I subscribed to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed via email (aneesa824@yahoo.com).

  154. Sue D says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  155. Subscribed to the newsletter.

  156. Following you and TT on Twitter and tweeted about the giveaway.

  157. Claire says:

    I subscribe to TT.

  158. Elena Vo says:

    Oooh Beth, you got me drooling here! All these wonderful sweets that I can make without sacrificing my health or blood sugar level…Thank you!

    Subscribed to TT newsletter, thanks for telling us about the company.

  159. Elena Vo says:

    Liked both pages, shared the giveaway and I would make the delicious coconut chocolate treats you have listed here. I pinned the recipe, too!

  160. Elena Vo says:
  161. Elena Vo says:

    Subscribed via RSS as Elena V

  162. Linnea says:

    I already get the Tropical Traditions email newsletter. Love it!

  163. Linnea says:

    I liked both pages and shared your post. Can’t wait to try some of your recipes.

  164. Tiffany says:

    I subscribed to the newsletter, found you on FB and Twitter! I love coconut oil and your recipes look great!

  165. Jennifer says:

    I subscribe to tt newsletter.

  166. gfreewpb says:

    just signed up

  167. gfreewpb says:

    and liked everyone on fb too

  168. Vesper says:

    signed up for TT newsletter
    meikleblog at gmail dot com

  169. Vesper says:

    Tweet- https://twitter.com/Vesper1931/status/260065978505904128
    follow @herobeth and @troptraditions

  170. Leilani says:

    I am already a subscriber to TT newsletter

  171. Leilani says:

    Subscribed to tasty yummies….look forward to receiving goody info

  172. Kylie C says:

    I’m signed up for the TT newsletter- kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

  173. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter

  174. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I like ya’ll both, sharedthe post, and love to use Coconut Oil in our breakfast smoothies.

  175. Wild Orchid says:

    I am a TT subscriber

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  176. Wild Orchid says:

    I follow you all on twitter and tweeted–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/260156528793886721

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  177. kathy says:

    I am a subscriber to Tropical Traditions newsletter. Thank you for the giveaway. Good luck everyone. Hope the birthday is wonderful too.

  178. Wild Orchid says:

    I am an e-mail subscriber!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  179. kathy says:

    I shared your giveaway post on facebook and” liked” your page and Tropical traditions page too. If I win, I have tons of holiday baking that requires coconut oil, such as pumpkin bread, zucchini bread, sweet potato casserole and many many more. I need a lot of coconut oil during the holidays. I could sure use this gallon of coconut oil. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  180. kathy says:

    I tweeted the giveaway: https://twitter.com/ttspecialdeals/status/260157628930473984
    I also follow T.T. on facebook and I follow you too on Twitter.

  181. kathy says:

    I now subscribe to your E-mail feed too.

  182. Kristen says:

    I am signed up for the TT newsletter.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  183. Angela says:

    Ah! I definitely just gasped aloud at the idea of having such a bounty of coconut oil! Not only do I cook with it, but I also love using it as a face & hair moisturizer.

  184. Valerie says:

    I am a tropical traditions subscriber to their emails. Thanks for hosting this great giveaway!

  185. Carole says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  186. Carole says:

    I like both your Tasty Yummies and the Tropical Traditions FB pages, then shared your post about the Coconut Oil giveaway on my FB page. I would love to win this gallon of this bery special cocnut oil to make so many goodies, including smoothies, vegan “Mounds bars” and “Almond Joy bars” and I noticed that you had some very interesting items to make with this coconut oil. I could really go crazy with it as I am a total coconut freak!

    I also signed up for the Tropical Traditions newletter and I signed up for your RSS feed.

    Unfortunately, I don’t know how to Tweet, so I guess I have entered as many times as I can for now. Thank you for the opportunity for trying my luck at this great giveaway!

  187. Carole says:

    I forgot about having to write a separate comment for each entry, so this will be a little redundant….

    I signed up for your RSS feed.

  188. I signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter several months ago & it led me here.

  189. Hello, I’ve entered the contest by registering for the websites, tweeting (twitter.com/lottery7) and liking the facebook pages. Hope I win!:)

  190. I like the coconut smell. I just sign up for email updates from your website. Hope I will be one lucky winner.

  191. Liz says:

    With all my health issues I would luv to try your coconut oil!!! Great Blog!

  192. Barbara says:

    I signed up for the tropical traditions newsletter. I use coconut oil all the time.

  193. Jennifer says:

    New to your site and loving all of the delicious recipes!! 🙂
    I’m signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter; jenniferhudy at me dot com

  194. shanda boyles says:

    I signed up for the news letter for the give away !

  195. Debby says:

    Happy Birthday!
    I’ve subscribed to your blog! The recipe photos look delicious! I love coconut!!

  196. Debby says:

    I’ve tweeted about your giveaway! thank you!

  197. Debby says:

    I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  198. Debby says:

    I am following you and Tropical Traditions on Twitter. 🙂

  199. Beverly says:

    Already subscribed, love your coconut oil, haven’t tried the gold label one yet.

  200. Rachel J. says:

    I’m signed up for the TT emails.

  201. Rachel J. says:

    I like both pages and shared the giveaway. Can’t wait to make some cacao-mint fudge!

  202. Rachel J. says:

    I subscribed to your blog via email.

  203. Rachel J. says:

    I’m following you and TT on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway as @momofnands

  204. Julie says:

    I signed up for the tropical traditions newsletter

  205. Katie Murry says:

    Signed up to receive the newsletter.

    kathrynrose12 at hotmail.com

  206. Ashlee P says:

    I already subscribe to their newsletter. 🙂

  207. Andy (c) says:

    Ok, so I posted about the giveaway per your request as instructed…

  208. LaurieJ says:

    I have been signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter for a long time.

  209. LaurieJ says:

    I Like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook. I would make your Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites. Shared on my FB

  210. Andy (c) says:

    And finally… I subscribed to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed in my RSS reader…

    all per your instructions!

    Perhaps you’d enjoy some of the pearls re health or re New Testament Chronology and more at my website http://adamoh.org

  211. Anna Miller says:

    Just signed up for the TT newsletter, thanks!

  212. Anna Miller says:

    “Liked” you on facebook!

  213. LaurieJ says:

    I have Subscribed to the Tasty Yummies by email at

    laurie_10526 @ yahoo dot com

  214. Anna Miller says:

    Just “liked” Tropical Traditions” on facebook, too!

  215. Donnetta says:

    I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter. (same email as I entered with)

  216. anna says:

    I subscribe to the TT newsletter

  217. Giant Sis says:

    I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter. (same email as I entered with)

  218. Kim Smith says:

    signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter

  219. I subscribe to their newsletter. Awesome giveaway! :O)

  220. Kim Smith says:

    Like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook. I also shared your post on the giveaway.

  221. Kim Smith says:

    Tweeted about the contest and follow you on Twitter @herobeth and follow @troptraditions and @ttspecialdeals

  222. Kim Smith says:

    Subscribed to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed.
    I forgot to tell you what I would do with the oil. I have actually been looking at purchasing some of the expeller oil from them for cooking. My Bo does not like coconut flavor so I agreed to compromise. I had a small container of the gold label oil for myself and have treasured it and tried to make it last as long as possible. I like to use it in my protein shakes and coconuty bars. It was finished last week. It was a sad parting.

  223. Rebecca says:

    I’m signed up for TT newsletter!

  224. Rebecca says:

    I signed up for your newsletter too! Thanks 🙂

  225. I subscribe to the TT newsletter

  226. I like both Tasty Yummies and TT on FB

  227. Erika says:

    I am signed up to receive their newsletter! Love your receipes!!!

  228. Carly says:

    I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

  229. Erika says:

    I liked the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook!

  230. Cynthia B says:

    I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter, to be entered into this awesome giveaway !
    Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize ! HAPPY B.DAY !!!

  231. Laurie says:

    I have been a long time subscriber to Tropical Traditions and their news letter 🙂

  232. karen zalusky says:

    Hey there! I just signed up for the newsletter… thanks for the info and the opportunity for the giveaway! Happy Birthday!

  233. Laurie says:

    I am a FB fan of TY and TT, I shared the giveaway on my wall, and the FIRST thing I would make with a gallon of coconut oil is homemade almond joy! Yum 🙂

  234. Tanae Potter says:

    love this brand of coconut oil!

  235. Laurie says:

    I follow TY and TT on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway

  236. Laurie says:

    I subscribe to your email newsletter

  237. Tanya says:

    Subscribed to TT newsletter

  238. Tanya says:

    Like on facebook

  239. sara martin says:

    I just signed up!

  240. Lauren says:

    Happy Birthday Beth! I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  241. karen zalusky says:

    Hey there! I just signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter… I also shared your post on facebook, tweeted/followed you (even though I have NEVER tweeted anything before!), and signed up for your email newsletter 🙂 I was actually just reading about the benefits of coconut oil the other day–I’m intrigued! My husband and I got married in the Dominican Republic and while we were there we purchased a recycled water bottle full of organic, locally made cocounut oil. I still have some, but have been using it sparingly and haven’t yet researched where to purchase my next alottment–your post/giveaway has come at a perfect time 🙂 If I were gifted a whole GALLON of it, I could use it without hesitation! I would not only begin switching over to using it exclusively in baking and cooking, I would also like to use it as a hair and scalp conditioner (like I said, I was just reading up on the benefits of the oil in other capacities than just consumption) and the season change is taking a toll on my hair. Thanks for the info and the opportunity for the giveaway! I truly enjoy reading your facebook posts, finding your stuff on Pinterest, and browsing your recipes on your blog! You are an inspiration to me as I continue on this journey for health and well-being! Happy Birthday!

  242. Lauren says:

    I liked both Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on Facebook, and shared your post. I would definitely make the Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites, as well as some macaroons!

  243. Lauren says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway and followed you and Tropical Traditions.

  244. Lauren says:

    I have Tasty Yummies in my Google Reader 🙂

  245. Angie Parker says:

    Happy Birthday! Just signed up for the TT newsletter!!

  246. Angie Parker says:

    I signed up for the TT website newsletter. Also, happy happy birthday!

  247. Angie Parker says:

    Just signed up for Tropical Tradition’s newsletter. Have a happy birthday!

  248. Angie Parker says:

    Have a very happy birthday! I just signed up!

  249. Angie Parker says:

    Would love to win a gallon of TT coconut oil! My 4 sisters and mom could really bake some tasty treats with that much delicious coconut oil. I signed up for TT website! Many thanks!

  250. mia says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter

  251. mia says:

    I liked both pages on facebook, also posted about this give-away. I would make a coconut smoothie. I have not tried that yet.. mixing coconut oil into a smoothie~ it sounds good. Also I would basically make all food that required oil with this coconut oil.
    Have a blessed birthday Beth <3

  252. shamar says:

    If I won the gallon of coconut oil, I think the question would be “What wouldn’t I make with it?”. I have followed your blog and just today liked your facebook page–would have ‘liked’ it sooner, but I’ve been too busy trying your delicious recipes to go on facebook! 😉 I also liked the Tropical Traditions facebook page (after buying some more coconut flour). Gotta love the Free Ground Shipping offer!

    Keep on doing what you are doing, lady. Your recipes make my family smile.

  253. Margaret says:

    I already signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter 🙂

  254. Margaret says:

    I also already like tasty yummies and tropical traditions on FB. I would make EVERYTHING with the coconut oil. I use it for stir fry, smoothies, chocolate, baking … coconut oil is pretty much my ‘go-to’ for everything that is cooked on high heat or requires an oil that’s solid at room temp.

  255. Angela says:

    Second entry! First was for signing up for newsletter, this one is for liking both pages on facebook.

  256. Cindy says:

    I LOVE your site, all the recipes look SO YUMMY ! I’ve got to try them. Please enter me in your contest. Thank You !

  257. Vicky Carlson says:

    I’m a Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber. 🙂

  258. Vicky Carlson says:

    Happy Birthday, Beth! I shared the giveaway https://www.facebook.com/vickykoen/posts/397116977025395 and like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook.

  259. Vicky Carlson says:

    I follow @herobeth and @troptraditions and tweeted: https://twitter.com/tea4two20/status/261151328393379840

  260. Vicky Carlson says:

    I follow your rss with google reader.

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