Tropical Traditions Giveaway from The Nurse Mommy!



The Nurse Mommy wants to thank Ramblings of Mama, Domestic Goddess Says , and Found Frolicking in helping promote this awesome giveaway! 


All of on the blog love coconut oil, you can use it for so many purposes from cooking to healing minor ailments. Click HERE to check out Michelle's review that she did this past summer  on Tropical Traditions including a really awesome recipe. Paige also did a review a few years ago click HERE to check it out.  

Here are some great links that explain more about Tropical Traditions and also much more about the great uses of Coconut Oil.
 

Tropical Traditions is giving one very lucky winner a 1 gallon of virgin coconut oil. Please follow the giveaway tools below to enter to win. 

One entry per household
Prize value is $120.00
Chances of winning depend on entries received.
Open to US residents 18 years and older
All entries will be verified
Winner has 48 hours to reply to this notification email or another winner will be selected

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21 comments

  1. I use it baking and also in my hair for conditioning.

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  2. I use coconut oil in most of my cooking and baking. I also use it on my skin and hair.

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  3. Coconut oil is great for cradle cap and for dry skin!

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  4. I like it for making granola.

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  5. In baking and a good deep conditioner for our hair.

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  6. I have not used it but would love to in my gluten free cooking for my son lots of recipes call for it.

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  7. I like using it to replace shorteening

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  8. I make fantastic pies using it instead of shortening! Just a hint of coconut flavor, which adds to an apple pie!

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  9. Great for chocolate chip cookies!

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  10. I like to use it for making pie crusts

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  11. I have never actually tried coconut oil, but I would love to use it in baking.

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