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 Eve our randomly selected winner! *********
Eve I will be emailing you to let you know you have won and to get your mailing address.
If you are interested in purchasing your own jar of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions website, you can start shopping here.

 

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 quart (32 ounces) jar. Read below to see how you can enter to win.

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - 32 oz.Win 1 quart 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.

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 why you’d like to win the quart-size sample 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-B7″
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 Wednesday, August 8.
Winner will be selected at random and announced on Thursday, August 9. 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.

Did you make this recipe - or any others from the TY archives? I get crazy excited when you guys make my recipes & I always love to see how they turn out!

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97 Responses

  1. Ingrid says:

    Hi Beth!
    I subscribed to your blog recently and have liked tastyyummies and tropical traditions on Facebook. I plan on sharing the post as soon as I find it (where is it?). I would love to win a quart of coconut oil simply because coconut oil is AMAZING. Since I started using it on my hair and skin my hair is so soft and my face looks so clear and glowing. I also used it to cure my cold sores, which I had for 2 months and would not go away with any other treatment (coconut oil got rid of them in 3 days!) and other cuts and scrapes. I also love the taste and it makes me feel so satisfied after eating it. As a college student I need to save money and coconut oil is perfect for that because it works as my moisturizer, hair treatment, antiseptic, and is a healthy dietary fat (hard to get vegan sources of that on campus…).

    I love your blog I check it every day. I especially love your smoothie recipes!

  2. Mia Reid says:

    Beth~ I shared your post and I would really Love to win the quart-size sample of coconut oil because I use coconut oil everyday for a moisturizer for my face and body and to condition my long hair, also I love to cook with it, it tastes great and smells sooo good <3 I can only afford the brand NOW organic virgin coconut oil, so I would be grateful to win this high quality gold label virgin coconut oil because I'm not sure I could afford it right now. Thank you. Have a beautiful day 🙂

  3. Sharon Mitchem says:

    I suscribe to Tasty Yummies!!

  4. Sharon Mitchem says:

    I like Tasy Yummies on Facebook!!

  5. Sharon Mitchem says:

    I like Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil on Facebook!!

  6. Sharon Mitchem says:

    I signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter!!

  7. Sonja says:

    I shared the post on my facebook 🙂 I’d really like to win the coconut oil because it’s so beneficial for me personally and helps my weak digestive system, but it’s so expensive for a college student like me to have on a regular basis!

  8. Audrey says:

    I like you and TT on FB

  9. Audrey says:

    I subscribe to the newsletter

  10. Mia Reid says:

    I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter 🙂

  11. Mia Reid says:

    I liked Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions on Facebook

  12. Mia Reid says:

    I Subscribe to the Tasty Yummies <3

  13. Jessica T says:

    I’m subscribed!! I love getting you wonderful recipes!!! They’re great recipes and inspirations for me 🙂 Thank you!

  14. Jessica T says:

    your* whoops! And I signed up for the Gold Label newsletter. I love cooking with coconut oil!!

  15. Brooklynn says:

    I tweeted the link,posted on my fb page and my blog fb page

  16. Brooklynn says:

    I signed up for the newsletter too

  17. Ashley says:

    I signed up for the newsletter! Thanks so much for the giveaway

  18. Ashley says:

    I tweeted

  19. Ashley says:

    I subscribe

  20. raechel says:

    I signed up for the newsletter!

  21. raechel says:

    I like you both on FB, and shared your link. : )

  22. raechel says:

    tweet’d! (and following)

  23. raechel says:

    RSS is hooked up!

  24. Jennifer says:

    I subscribed to the newsletter.

  25. Eve says:

    Subscribed to newsletter

  26. Eve says:

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

  27. Eve says:

    Tweeted about contest

  28. Eve says:

    Subscribed to blog

  29. April says:

    Of course I am subscribed! I love your blog! Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  30. April says:

    I liked and shared on Facebook! I want to win because I love trying new brands to see the difference in quality- and because coconut oil is just so darn expensive!

  31. April says:

    Tweeted!

  32. April says:

    I subscribed to tropical traditions!

  33. Signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter!

  34. Suzanne says:

    I subscribed to their newsletter.

  35. Suzanne says:

    I liked both FB pages. I’ve never tried Coconut Oil so I would be super happy to win 🙂

  36. Suzanne says:

    I subscribe to your feed via email.

  37. I already “liked” Tasty Yummies (because I LOVE your blog!) and just “liked” Tropical Traditions on fb! I began using coconut oil after my husband and I decided to go vegan and gluten free to help different skin issues we were experiencing. That was 2 years ago, and our grocery list has not gone without a jar of coconut oil since! Because it’s so expensive (as most healthy things are) I try to use it in moderation, but it’s so hard! We don’t eat processed food, but we love baked goods, so every sweet treat we consume has to be made from scratch. I use coconut oil in everything from pancakes and waffles, to muffins and scones, cakes and breads…I even use it on toast instead of butter! It’s great on roasted veggies since it can withstand high heat, and excellent in rice with thai or indian food. The health benefits are incredible, and now that I have a baby, I need to make sure she is getting enough nutrition from our vegan diet. Coconut oil is a truly wonderful fat for her to consume. I’ve used it on eczema, blemishes, dry hair, and of course, all over my belly every night during my pregnancy- not one stretch mark, and I smelled so good! Often times when we’re grocery shopping, in order to stay within our budget we have to hold off on the coconut oil until our next trip. It would be incredibly amazing to win a quart and not have to worry about the expense or make a trade off between two items we really need……aaaannnnnd, I am dying to make your dark chocolate coconut treats!!! Thank you for hosting this giveaway! Namaste.

  38. Carly says:

    I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  39. […] Tasty Yummies is giving away Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil! […]

  40. Lauren says:

    I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter!

  41. Janet S says:

    I subscribed to the TT newsletter

  42. Janet S says:

    I already liked Tasty Yummies on Facebook and just like Tropical Traditions. I would love to win this coconut oil because I go through it like it is water. I use it in just about everything, plus I love it’s beauty uses, as well. Thanks so much for hosting this Beth! Love your blog.

  43. Janet S says:

    I followed you both on Twitter and posted about it.

  44. Janet S says:

    I already subscribe to the Tasty Yummies RSS 🙂

  45. Belenda says:

    I’ve tweeted and already get the newsletter, follow both on FB. I love these recipes. Just made the summer harvest frittata last night and loved it! Had never tried a frittata before and was shocked how good it is! I LUV coconut oil – use it every single day. Would LUV to win some and help cut on expenses for a month!!

  46. Leah Sloss says:

    Hi Beth,

    I just signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter. I would love to win the jar of free coconut oil, because I am just learning of all the amazing benefits of coconut oil. I have not been able to actually try it yet, so winning a free jar of coconut oil would be a great way to start experiencing all the great benefits that I have been reading about!

    Thanks,

    Leah

  47. Leah Sloss says:

    I just liked both pages on facebook and shared your post!

  48. Leah Sloss says:

    Also subscribed to RSS feed by email

  49. I just liked both pages on facebook and shared your post!

  50. Sue D says:

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

  51. Claire says:

    I subscribe to TT.

  52. Austin Cole says:

    Just signed up for the newsletter. So excited to hear more about the excellence of nature!!

  53. Kristen says:

    I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

  54. loriag says:

    I am already a TT newsletter subscriber. Thank you.

  55. loriag says:

    I have liked both pages on FB under lori a galbraith, I have also shared the FB post http://www.facebook.com/lori.a.galbraith/posts/445949982092006
    I would love to win because I love cooking with coconut oil especially TT they have a great product.

  56. loriag says:

    I have tweeted about the contest and follow @herobeth and @troptraditions and @ttspecialdeals at @loriagalbraith https://twitter.com/loriagalbraith/status/231468482309537792

  57. loriag says:

    Subscribed to the Tasty Yummies by email loriagalbraith at gmail dot com

  58. Bonnie Smith says:

    I just signed up for your Newsletter

  59. Brenna says:

    Hi!! I have been following TT for a while now and I love their coconut oil! I use it for everything! Cooking, baking and health and beauty products! Thanks for providing such a great oppertunity!! brogers1026@hotmail.com

  60. Bonnie Smith says:

    I just Liked you on Facebook! Congrats, for your Healthy life change success! I am in the preocess of trying to make that kind of change in me and my families life. Hope to win, Hope to win!

  61. Bonnie Smith says:

    Just signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter, look forward to learning about foods better for my health and working them into our lives on a daily basis.

  62. Bonnie Smith says:

    Just liked Tropical Traditions on Facebook!

  63. Kelly says:

    I liked gold label on Facebook, but was already signed up for their newsletter and already liked tasty-yummies on FB!
    Thanks

  64. Kylie C says:

    I’m subscribed to the TT newsletter.

  65. Ebie says:

    signed up for the TT newsletter

  66. Debbie says:

    I would love to be entered for the Tropical Traditions coconut oil giveaway. I just signed up for their Newsletter. I am also enjoying looking around your website for ideas!!

  67. Debbie says:

    I liked your Facebook page and the Tropical Traditions Facebook page. I also shared your post. I would love to win this coconut oil because I use coconut oil all the time. I recently made some cocoa-peanut butter fudge with it, and some coconut oil lotion bars. I am always looking for new ways to use it!!

  68. Debbie says:

    I subscribed to the Tasty Yummies newsletter!!

  69. Debbie says:

    I posted about the contest and now I’m following you on Twitter! Also, Tropical Traditions and ttspecialdeals.

  70. I’ve signed up for the newsletters and can’t wait to try this coconut oil and the recipes you’ve listed. They really look fantastic.

  71. I have Liked the Tasty Yummy’s FB page and can’t wait to see what pops up there.

  72. I have liked the Tropical Traditions FB page and am already checking out the deals.

  73. Hi Beth, I’m so glad to have found your website, and I’m trying some of your recipes tonight!

    I’m a convert to coconut oil, and can’t even stand the thought of using corn oil again… (yuck)

    After first reading about coconut oil and its benefits, I started using it in everything and all over me. 🙂

    I put it in my oatmeal, my rice, even in my coffee. And to make sure I’m getting a full 3 tablespoons a day, I often just eat a spoonful straight.

    In addition to having more energy and needing less sleep, my skin is softer and my hair never felt sleekier.

    I’m fascinated by people who say coconut oil is helping them lose weight, reverse Alzheimers’, recover from diabetes and whatnot, and I truly believe using coconut oil provides a much-needed strong foundation for health, for everyone.

    Coconut oil used to be a mainstay in people’s diet, but was pushed out of the public consciousness by lobbyists promoting soya oil and vegetable oil some decades ago.

    The proof? Look up “Mama don’t want no peas no rice no coconut oil” on YouTube, and listen to the song by the same name that came out in 1929.

    🙂
    Barbara

  74. Gina M says:

    I subscribe to their newsletter.
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  75. Gina M says:

    Like both the Tasty Yummies and Tropical Traditions pages on Facebook — Crave to Save
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  76. Gina M says:

    Subscribe to the Tasty Yummies RSS feed
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  77. Tt says:

    I subscribed to the newsletter

  78. Tt says:

    I liked tropical traditions on facebook (terri)

  79. Tt says:

    I liked tasty yummys facebook

  80. patrice says:

    I signed up for their newsletter.

  81. patrice says:

    I liked both you and TT on FB.

  82. Michael Finsel says:

    I am subscribed to the newsletter. Thanks for doing this contest, you rock!

  83. Michael Finsel says:

    I have liked both on facebook! Thanks again!

  84. Michael Finsel says:

    I subscribed with my Google Reader!! Thanks again and again!

  85. Michael Finsel says:
  86. lola says:

    signed up for newsletter

  87. Tami Lewis says:

    i sub to TT’s newsletter

  88. Tami Lewis says:
  89. I subscribed to their newsletter.

  90. And I subscribe to your posts!

  91. Margaret says:

    I’ve been added to the tropical traditions mailing list. would love to win! I use coconut oil for everything. 🙂

  92. Margaret says:

    And I like both tasty yummies & tropical traditions on facebook, and I shared the post with my friends (margaret karen is the screen name). I currently use nutiva coconut oil for cooking, baking, smoothies, and anything else that needs oil so I’d love to try the tropical traditions brand!

  93. Richelle says:

    I subscribe to the newsletter under the email I left in the form 🙂 Love TT!!

  94. Mel Goss says:

    1. Signed up for the newsletter

    2. Liked both FB pages

    3. Shared your link on FB

    4. I use coconut oil like crazy!! Would love to win. 🙂

  95. lori black says:

    bought Tropical Traditions many times….I would love to win as I use coconut oil daily

  96. Donna K says:

    I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter

  97. Ingrid says:

    I shared your link!

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