Hooray for Tropical Traditions!

I can’t recommend the products at Tropical Traditions highly enough.  Everything they sell is pure and good.  I feel absolutely safe putting these products into our bodies and/or onto our skin.

Some of my favorite Tropical Traditions products are:

And…I’ve learned all kinds of wonderful information in Tropical Tradition’s Virgin Coconut Oil Book that you can ALL receive for FREE if you are a first time customer to Tropical Traditions!!!   This book is loaded with wonderful information and recipes!  Please also be aware that I receive Tropical Traditions credit if you are a new customer purchasing through my links.  See my full disclosure policy here.

Tropical Traditions has been a wonderful blessing to our family and I’m VERY happy to share this resource with you!  Go check them out!

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  1. says

    Thank you so much!! I just got notice that my prize has shipped. I’m very excited to see the difference that high quality coconut oil can make!

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  2. says

    What do you use the coconut cream concentrate for? Just curious. I think I’m going to put in an order today and I’m looking at your recommendations. Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m just learning new ways to use it…I haven’t had it for very long. It’s a great addition to smoothies and I need to remember just to throw it into random recipes for added nutrition! There are recipes for it on their website I’m looking to try!

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    Andrea Reply:

    I wonder if you could actually add water to it to make it coconut cream like you would need for recipes. I wonder if you could even use it in place of coconut milk, like in my Thai soup or my mom’s blender pancakes. Well, I guess I’ll find out because I just bought some!

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    Kirstyn Reply:

    I was just sent a note on another website that had a GREAT idea for coconut cream: for one, yes you can dilute it with water and use like coconut milk. Coconut milk is simply 17% fat, whereas coconut cream has to be 24% or higher to be called that. Second, this is the idea she shared that I LOVED– blend coconut cream with cream cheese, vanilla and some honey or maple syrup and you have yourself an awesome cream cheese frosting! I’m super excited to try it.

    Erin Reply:

    Try a spoonful of CCC (coconut cream concentrate) right out of the jar! It’s delish and will give you lots of energy. Add it to hot cocoa for a wonderful, creamy treat. Add the CCC jar to a bowl of hot water to melt, then mix it with natural PB to make your own coconut PB like TT sells on their web site. May sound odd but I’m telling ya, it’s good stuff!

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  3. says

    Done! I just placed an order and used your code! I hope I get a book. It didn’t show up in the checkout. I realized that my mom would love these products, so I got her some of my doubles and a gift pack of samplers for Christmas. A bit unconventional as the packaging isn’t the prettiest, but I think she’ll be thrilled! I wish I could try all of the scents and the facial scrub and hair conditioner, etc. Although, I realize that most of it is just coconut oil. I love that stuff. It’s the only thing I would put on my newborn baby. I put it on every little scratch and rash that any of us have. I should put it on my hair more, and eat it even more!

    Anyway, I’m just ranting, but I’m excited now. I have a box coming from the tropics. : )

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  4. kelly says

    hi laura
    have you used this?

    Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil
    Certified Organic
    2 gallons (128 FL. oz. ea.)
    Retail: $220.00 (for 2)
    Now! – $99.00 (for 2)
    until Thursday May 6th

    It seems like a good deal but I am new to coconut oil use. I have spectrum organic coconut oil right now and it seems to work, but was pricier than this deal. Let me know your thoughts. I am using instead of all butter as we are allergic to soy and dairy
    thanks

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    Laura Reply:

    That is Tropical Traditions BEST quality coconut oil, the one I always use. It’s awesome stuff, with a delicious coconut flavor. Looks like a GREAT deal too!

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  5. kelly says

    I missed that great coconut oil deal, is this a good deal and both good products?

    Organic Coconut Oil Gallon Package
    1 gallon Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil (128 FL. oz.)
    Retail: $110.00
    1 gallon Organic Expeller-Pressed Coconut Oil (128 FL. oz.)
    Retail: $65.00
    Total: $175.00
    Now: $109.00

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, both are great products, and yes that is a good deal. It would be like getting the expeller pressed oil for $1. Very nice!

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  6. kelly says

    Sorry Laura to ask so many questions, coconut oil is so new to me that I am unsure what is good!
    what is this one like? super price.

    Buy 1 Get 1 FREE!!

    1 gallon ea.
    Expeller-Pressed Coconut Oil
    Retail $120.00 (for 2)
    Now: $60.00! (for 2)
    until May 16th
    Order here

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    Laura Reply:

    Expeller pressed coconut oil is just a tiny step down from the virgin. It is processed differently (obviously), which leaves this oil flavorless. SO…this one is great for frying foods! I like having both the extra virgin and this expeller pressed on hand!

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    Erin Reply:

    We’ve used coconut oil for about 4 years now. Here’s our observation: although virgin coconut oil is less refined and a bit better for you than expeller-pressed, it is not as easy to incorporate into the diet as the flavorless, expeller-pressed. We use easily 4X as much expeller as we do virgin simply because the virgin has such a strong coconut flavor that you can’t mask it in your cooking. You’d have to really like that flavor to use it in all your cooking. Expeller-pressed we use for frying up anything, melt it and use it in cakes, pancakes, etc., absolutely any place you need oil. It tends to crisp up cookies though so for example, don’t replace all the butter in your cchocolate chip cookies with coconut oil, try 1/2 or 1/3 replacement and see what you like.

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  7. says

    I’m a little confused. I bought organic, unrefined, expeller pressed coconut oil at Whole Foods–14oz. for $7-8….isn’t that a better deal??

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    Laura Reply:

    Actually, the unrefined, organic expeller pressed coconut oil at Tropical Traditions right now is buy one get one free, so you get TWO 32 ounce jars for $20!!!! An AWESOME price.

    The Virgin Coconut Oil, which is probably the one you saw on the TT website is quite a bit more expensive, but’s it’s EXCELLENT quality and a little different from the expeller pressed. The virgin coconut oil tastes so yummy and coconuty!!

    And in regard to Whole Foods, I don’t live near one unfortunately, so I’d have to spend quite a bit of gas money to get there. :( I WISH I lived close to one!!

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  8. Lena says

    I have baught coconut oil at my local health food store. But do not know what to make with it. besides the one recipe that I bought it for ofcourse. I would love to make my own soap with it, I will do this this summer when I can get the other ingredients for it.(money is tight right now)
    ANyone have any recipes to share that I can use the coconut oil in.
    Thanks a ton!

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    Erin Reply:

    Go to http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com and check it out! This is a link found on the Tropical Traditions web site and features SO many recipes, for free!

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  9. Holly says

    Thank you for all the info on Coconut Oil and flour. We are trying a new way of eating and I just ordered some flour and oil. I put in your referral code, but it did not add the book. Do you think it is expired or does it automatically come with your order?

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    Holly Reply:

    Disregard… it showed up on my receipt. Thanks again!

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  10. Alyssa says

    Did the code expire? I don’t see it…I’m about to make my first coconut oil purchase from TT and would love a little reading to go with it! Thanks!

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m assuming you’re talking about the Coconut Oil Book – if you are a new customer, they’ll send you the book for free automatically!

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  11. Laura says

    As of today they want $8 for the book.

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    Laura Reply:

    If you are a new customer though, that price should be automatically deducted from your cart. I’m not sure how it works these days, but my understanding is that you should get it free as a new customer.

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    Laura Reply:

    I’m not actually sure you need to put it in your cart. It may just come free with your order automatically.

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  12. Sarah S says

    I just placed my order and you have to add it to your cart. Also-I am so bummed! The coconut cream extract seems to be sold out! I keep getting a “this product not available at this time” message. :-( Oh weel-I got some expeller pressed oil instead-will be nice to use in cooking. :-) Thanks for sharing this awesome deal! Oh, and the free shipping code from Monday worked for me, too!

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  13. sl says

    I am interested in ordering this special to try it. but my order had to be shipped from 2 locations. I do not want to pay 2 shipping cost. What else ships from the same place as the special free cocounut oil? Thanks for your help. I have been wanting to try coconut oil. With this special it is the perfect time!

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    Laura@HeavenlyHomemakers Reply:

    Basically anything “perishable” is shipped from a different address. I believe all of their non perishable food, household products, bath products, and oils are all shipped from the same location.

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