Coconut Roasting and a Tropical Treat

As the temperature drops outside, I’ve noticed that I’ve been drawn to using my oven much more. In particular, I’ve found myself warming that baby up on almost a nightly basis to roast vegetables for dinner.

Coconut oil is one of my new favorite finds, and on top of that, Tropical Traditions is my jam! I’ve tried other coconut oils and have found that while they’re great for roasting, they don’t impart any additional flavor. Tropical Traditions coconut oil has a touch of coconut flavor that really kicks my veggies up a notch. Brussel sprouts are my go-to favorite right now, but you can really roast any vegetable using the same method, and just adjust the amount of time.

Barr & Table Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Ingredients
1 lb brussel sprouts
1/2 tbsp coconut oil
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
1-2 tsp garlic powder

Directions
Preheat your oven to 400°F. Chop the stem end of the brussel sprouts off and slice in half. Spread on a baking sheet and coat in coconut oil and spices. Bake about 20 minutes until tender, flipping 1 or 2 times. Enjoy!

Giveaway!

Tropical Traditions sent me a quart of coconut oil and offered to do a giveaway for one lucky reader! And as I am currently in the middle of the #plantPOWER challenge from Kasey of PowerCakes and Heather of For The Love of Kale, there’s no better time than now. The giveaway will end Thursday, October 25th at 11:59 PM EST and a winner will be chosen using random.org and announced on Friday, October 26th.

If you’d like to win a quart of Tropical Traditions coconut oil (and trust me, you do!), enter below. Don’t forget to leave a separate comment per item! Remember, each comment is a separate entry!

1. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions Email Newsletter. [Mandatory]
2. Follow @troptraditions and @BarrAndTable on twitter.
3. Tweet “I entered to win a jar of @troptraditions coconut oil from @BarrAndTable and you can too! http://wp.me/p2mo7x-av”
3. Like Tropical Traditions and Barr & Table on facebook.
4. Comment below and tell me your favorite use for coconut oil. Or if you’ve never used it before, tell me how you’re most looking forward to trying it!

And if you just can’t wait and have to get your coconut oil right away, click here and buy yourself a jar!*

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. 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.

*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.

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53 thoughts on “Coconut Roasting and a Tropical Treat

  1. I looooove coconut oil! I use it instead of cooking spray to cook my protein pancakes on the stove, for roasting veggies, and when I’m baking! I love the flavor it gives food and the health benefits you get from it!

  2. YES!! I’ve been wanting to try this!! I haven’t used coconut oil before but I love roasting veggies so this would be PERFECT!

  3. Not a big coconut oil fan so not entering this giveaway but I just had to tell you that the Brussels sprouts photo made me legit SWOON. I had some last night, holy crap, so good. Leftovers in my lunch today. Is it noon yet?!

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  6. I have a new-found love for the use of coconut oil in the kitchen! Up until recently I the only use I knew of for it was as a hair and skin moisturizer, however, as I have become more health-conscious and strive to eat only nourishing, whole foods, I have been looking for alternatives to your run of the mill “vegetable” oil. Coconut oil is by far one of the best substitutes as it is both nutritionally dense as well as versatile in the ways it can be used. I plan on using it for baking as well as sauteing. A friend of mine recently used it to fry fish and said the taste was out of this world!

  7. Thanks for having the giveaway! I love coconut oil, so it is hard to pick one favorite use! I use it to cook, I eat it by the tablespoon, I use it on my skin. I guess if I had to pick a favorite, it would be coconut bark! Just mix with cocoa powder or baking chocolate, coconut shreds, etc
    I did all of the above entry requirements. 🙂 Tweeted, followed, liked both you and T.T.

  8. Liked you both on Facebook. Guess I didn’t realize B & T had a FB page or I would’ve liked earlier…for more proatmeal recipes of course!

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