25 Magical Things To Make With Coconut Oil

25 Magical Things To Make With Coconut Oil

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Coconut oil is one of nature’s true miracles. It’s great for beautifying skin and hair, preventing premature aging, aiding weight loss, preventing heart disease, cancer and diabetes and providing immune support.

Entire books have been devoted to discussing the health, beauty and healing properties of this beautiful oil, such as The Coconut Oil Miracle.

Bruce Fife, the author of the above book, claims “coconut oil is the healthiest oil on earth”, and world famous Dr. Joseph Mercola agrees.

Using more coconut oil can only be good for your health and beauty, so pick up some tubs of Nature’s Way Coconut Oil and make some of the below recipes devised by crafty bloggers from all around the world.

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Coconut Oil Recipe #1
Whipped Coconut Oil Body Butter from LivingTheNourishedLife.com

Whipped Coconut Oil Body Butter Recipe

Elizabeth was seeking an alternative to creamy, but chemical filled store bought body butters. Plain old coconut oil wasn’t working for her (it went too hard in the winter) so she whipped up this really simple, really cheap three ingredient coconut oil body butter using her new KitchenAid mixer.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at LivingTheNourishedLife.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #2
Moisturizing Coconut Oil Body Butter from OneGoodThingByJillee.com

Moisturizing Coconut Oil Body Butter

Jillee was experiencing the worst dry skin of her life, so she mixed up this fantastic coconut oil body butter and slathered it on her skin after showering. Again, it contains just three ingredients – including my second favorite ingredient – Shea butter.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at OneGoodThingByJillee.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #3
Coconut & Apricot Oil Body Butter from SimpleHomemade.net

This recipe has a few more ingredients including beeswax, cocoa butter and a choice between apricot kernel oil or almond oil. I’d go for the apricot, personally. The cocoa butter adds a nice chocolatey scent and there is the option to add your own herbs or essential oils to customize the body butter so it’s perfect for you.

Get the full recipe (you’ll need to scroll down a little) and try it for yourself at SimpleHomemade.net

Coconut Oil Recipe #4
Mint Infused Coconut Oil Body Butter from HildaBlue.com

This is the last coconut oil body butter recipe I’ll share. This recipe includes some of my all-time favorite ingredients including mint, rose petals, fresh rosemary, lime essential oil and lavender essential oil. Perhaps the most complex recipe to make, but also the most nourishing.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at HildaBlue.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #5
Shea Butter, Olive & Coconut Oil Body Scrub from ADelightfulHome.com

Coconut Oil Body Scrub

Now we move from body butters to body scrubs. Both products work differently; butters nourish and moisturize while scrubs cleanse and exfoliate. This particular body scrub shared on ADelightfulHome.com but contributed by ThePurposedHeart.com. This recipe includes four simple ingredients that are so natural you could even eat the finished scrub! Use this in the shower to clear, cleanse and exfoliate your skin.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at ADelightfulHome.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #6
Coconut Oil & Lavender Body Scrub from DeliciouslyOrganized.Blogspot.com

Coconut Oil & Lavender Body Scrub

Carlee says this coconut oil body scrub will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed and I agree with her. This scrub looks beautiful (perhaps it’s the flower poking out of it) and, judging by the ingredients, it can work wonders for your skin.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at DeliciouslyOrganized.Blogspot.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #7
Ginger & Coconut Oil Sugar Body Scrub from FoodForMyFamily.com

Ginger is fantastic for sensitive skin; it can help reduce redness with its anti-inflammatory properties and treats a number of skin disorders. Infused into coconut oil and mixed with a few other skin-friendly ingredients makes this fantastic body scrub.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at FoodForMyFamily.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #8
Coconut Oil Hand Cream from FrugalGranola.com

This recipe has been adapted from one in Gill Farrer Halls book “How To Make Your Own Organic Cosmetics”. It’s a really simple coconut oil hand cream recipe that’s great for use after doing the dishes.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at FrugalGranola.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #9
Coconut Oil Lotion from LittleHouseLiving.com

This is a really simple recipe containing just coconut oil and vitamin E capsules which is one of the best vitamins for our skin and hair.

It’s a simple recipe, but I’ll let Merissa explain it all sofor instructions and photos for this coconut oil lotion, visit LittleHouseLiving.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #10
Coconut Oil & Avocado Face Mask from TheDiva-Dish.com

Coconut Oil Face Mask Recipe

As we already know, coconut oil moisturizes and refreshes the skin while helping it to maintain its youthful properties. This recipe also includes avocado which also moisturizes, maintains youthfulness and prevents acne, coconut milk which cleans and cocoa powder which is packed full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The combination of these ingredients are fantastic for our face, so try out this mask at home.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at TheDiva-Dish.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #11
Egg & Coconut Oil Hair Mask from StreetPrincess.Blogspot.com

Coconut oils emollient properties also make it a great ingredient to include in homemade hair masks, and this is perhaps the easiest to make. Containing just an egg and some coconut oil anyone can make this at home!

Get the full recipe, see the instructional photos and the before and after pictures at StreetPrincess.Blogspot.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #12
Coconut Oil Deep Conditioner from OneGoodThingByJillee.com

Coconut Oil Deep Conditioner Recipe

Jillee shares a fantastic coconut + jojoba + peppermint oil deep conditioner recipe that you apply to your hair, allow to sit for a while and then shampoo as normal. She even has some after photos of her hair.

Get the full recipe and see the photos at OneGoodThingByJillee.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #13
Luxurious Coconut Oil Shampoo Bar from FrugallySustainable.com

Coconut Oil Shampoo Bar Recipe

Andrea describes this as “the most amazing natural hair product” she has used – and even her husband loves it!

This recipe requires a number of different oils, including coconut, olive, castor and jojoba oil, a couple of different butters, including Shea and cocoa and some essential oils depending on your hair type. If Andrea loves it, I’m sure I will, (I love most of the things she writes about!) and I’m sure you will, too.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at FrugallySustainable.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #14
Coconut Oil Lip Balm from PassionateHomemaking.com

If you suffer from dry and chapped lips then a homemade lip balm containing coconut oil offers the perfect solution.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at PassionateHomemaking.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #15
Coconut Oil Deodorant from SurvivingTheStores.com

There have been many dangers reported regarding the use of store bought deodorants, we won’t get into the specifics now, but using an all-natural deodorant can only be good for your body and the environment and this recipe, which includes coconut oil, is one of the best.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at SurvivingTheStores.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #16
Minty Coconut Oil Toothpaste from CrunchyBetty.com

Leslie says she’ll never buy toothpaste again after trying this coconut oil toothpaste recipe adapted from Tammy at TammysRecipes.com. As Leslie says, this toothpaste contains nothing that she can’t pronounce which is always a good sign when you want to reduce your chemical load.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at CrunchyBetty.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #17
Homemade Remineralizing Toothpaste With Coconut Oil from WellnessMama.com

Coconut Oil Toothpaste Recipe

Reading about what this toothpaste did for Katie (The Wellness Mama) excites me to try this. Katie suggests that this toothpaste helps to remineralize the teeth, she has noticed her teeth are whither than ever and she is no longer sensitive to cold food and drinks (that eliminates my biggest stumbling block to eating ice cream!).

Get the full recipe and try this for yourself at WellnessMama.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #18
Homemade Coconut Oil Decongestant Rub from WholeNewMom.com

I’m going to share a few coconut oil decongestant recipes, but this is perhaps the simplest. You can actually use extra virgin olive oil OR coconut oil, but since this post is all about the virtues of coconut oil, let’s use that. Adrienne used this recipe on her son when his nose was stuffed up and ten minutes later he was asleep. Sounds good to me!

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at WholeNewMom.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #19
Homemade Coconut Oil Herbal Vapor Rub from KeeperoftheHome.org

Coconut Oil Vapor Rub

This is a fantastic coconut oil vapor rub recipe that can easily be customized with various essential oils depending on your mood and preference. It is safer than store bought options (mentioning no names) which contain a petroleum base and questionable preservatives.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at KeeperOfTheHome.org

Coconut Oil Recipe #20
Coconut Oil Anti-Fungal Cream from ModernAlternativeMama.com

If you struggle with athlete’s foot or other fungal infections then this recipe is for you. Kate suggests that just eating coconut oil helps with athlete’s foot, but if that doesn’t work then try this coconut oil with grapefruit seed extract and tea tree oil.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at ModernAlternativeMama.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #21
Coconut & Essential Oil Mosquito Repellent from Making-Healthy-Choices.com

This coconut oil mosquito repellent is loaded with all sorts of different essential oils which is great since I love using essential oils. Mixing water, coconut oil and then seven essential oils produces this fantastic mosquito repellent.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at Making-Healthy-Choices.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #22
Homemade Coconut Oil Sunscreen from CoconutOilInformation.com

Store bought sunscreen is one of the most toxic ingredients we apply to our skin. Coconut oil has natural sun protective qualities making it a perfect ingredient to include in homemade sunscreens. The zinc oxide in this recipe also provides a barrier that reflects harmful rays and there are many more skin-kind ingredients, such as green tea, vitamin E oil and aloe vera.

Get the full recipe and try it for yourself at CoconutOilInformation.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #23
Homemade Coconut Oil Sunscreen #2 from CoconutOil.com

This sunscreen has a recipe list as long as my arm, but each ingredient has fantastic sun-protective or skin-nourishing properties. For example, carrot seed essential oil contains SPF levels of 30 and Shea butter protects to SPF levels of 6-10. The coconut, jojoba, avocado and almond oil are also fantastic emollients helping to keep the skin hydrated.

Get the full recipe and try this coconut oil sunscreen recipe for yourself at CoconutOil.com

Coconut Oil Recipe #24
Irresistible Coconut Oil Chocolates from BeyondThePeel.net

Coconut Oil Chocolate Recipe

I’ve shared some coconut oil recipes for your health, home and beauty, but now it’s time for a little treat! This is a fantastic coconut oil chocolate recipe that you and your family are sure to enjoy.

Get the full recipe and try this delicious recipe for yourself at BeyondThePeel.net

Coconut Oil Recipe #25
Delicious & Simple Coconut Oil Truffles from TheNourishingGourmet.com

Coconut Oil Truffles Recipe

Okay, one last recipe and one last treat! These coconut oil truffles look heavenly, and I’m sure they don’t taste bad either! Great for eating or for gifts!

Get the full recipe and try this delicious recipe for yourself at TheNourishingGourmet.com


Coconut oil is one of the most versatile, most incredible natural products in the world. Who’d have thought the same ingredient you put in mosquito repellent could be used to make delicious truffles?

Nature's Way Coconut OilHaving a tub of coconut oil in your home is something I suggest everyone has, and I personally recommend Nature’s Way Coconut Oil.

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P.S. Want to discover more things coconut oil can do for you? Treat yourself to a copy of The Coconut Oil Miracle.

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  1. Deitra Brunner says:

    My name is Deitra Brunner on Facebook (for the drawing).

    I just want to say I clicked on this link in my email thinking that this would be another advertisement for an ebook purchase or something and when it brought me to this page with all 25 recipes listed, I was on the verge…let’s just say I was extremely happy! LOL
    Thank you so much for keeping it real and not requiring your followers to do all kinds of calisthenics to receive your information.
    Stay Blessed and a blessing,
    Deitra Brunner

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  4. Misty Stripling Hodges says:

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  5. What great recipes. I’m looking forward to making one of the scrubs, the shampoo and the sunscreen. How fun. Thank you for featuring one of our favorite recipes.

  6. Sandra Trespeces says:

    Hey!! My name is Sandra Lee Trespeces. I hope I win!!!! :) Thanks for the blog post. I love all the ideas. I especially like the vapor rub and decongestant. I will probably try those first. My son was diagnosed with asthma in Dec2011 and he always has trouble in the winter months with breathing. Thanks again!!! :)

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  8. Cassandra Trent says:

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  10. Gail Gustafson says:

    Thanks for all these great ideas! Can’t wait to try some!
    My name on Facebook is Gail Gustafson!

  11. Becky Steinhoff says:

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  12. Sarah Nason says:

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  13. Susan Wehrmann says:

    Thanks for posting all these fabulous recipes for coconut oil. I have long been a fan of coconut oil and am anxious to try some new ways to use it.
    My name is Susan Wehrmann on Facebook.

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  15. Colleen L. Young says:

    I’m new to your blog and look forward to reading more!

  16. My name is Joy Rusing Miller, thanks for all the great recipes!!!

  17. my Name is Ashley Lynne

    I am new to coconut oil, so your site is amazing. thank you!!!

  18. Sandra Tkach says:

    My name is Sandra Tkach:
    I just found you on facebook!!! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas!!

  19. my Name is Ashley Lynne
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  20. LOVE your site – THANK YOU!!! :)

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  21. Lynn Young says:

    I love the ideas! Thanks! Lynn Young

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  23. Arlene Wilkinson says:

    Love Coconut Oil and am always looking for new ways to use it. Thanks ! Arlene Wilkinson

  24. Full Facebook name: Eira L’osee Stine

    I’m very excited to try some of these – thanks so much for compiling this list!

  25. natasha says:

    Natasha Brayman Kelly on fb. Great post!

  26. This is awesome!! I’m growing my own herbal medicine garden and trying to make my own salves, tintures and balms do these recipes are great!! I can’t wait to try the foods either! My name on Facebook is Sarah WonTon.

  27. Kate McCall Pope on FB…thank you for the links, plan to try at least a couple of these!

  28. Lots of great ideas!!!!
    Tammy Herman

  29. Carly Gilman Brenhaug says:

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  30. Carrie Brockmann says:

    Facebook name: Carrie Kubiszewski Brockmann Thx!!

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  33. Sarah PD says:

    I’m a fan! Sarah PD

    I love cocnut oil! We use it for everything!

  34. Great stuff! Tammy Thomas Walter on FB

  35. Dani Winter says:

    Dani Winter – LOVE coconut oil!!

  36. My pets and I love this coconut oil. Thanks for the recipes!

    – Kimberlee Davis Gidney

  37. I’ve been wanting to try coconut oil~ your recipes make me want to more so. It’s hard stuff to find!
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  38. Amy Seelig says:

    Love all the ideas! Can’t wait to try some.

    Amy Seelig

  39. Facebook name: Nicole Nielsen

    Thank you. :)

  40. Great info!
    Facebook – Kristina Von Kroug

  41. Kim Brooks Cormier says:

    I clicked on this link through another Facebook site, and I am so glad I found you. I am so excited by all of the coconut oil recipes…I can’t wait to try to make them, especially the sunscreen and the bug repellent. I try to only use natural ingredients for my son. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  42. Katrina coblentz senften says:

    Love these recipes! I am a huge fan of coconut oil. Another great use is using it as diaper rash cream. Works great. It’s also will not ruin cloth diapers like most other store bought creams. Thanks for this post!

  43. Cheryl Stanley Emerson says:

    Love these ideas and would love to start using Coconut Oil

  44. Katrina coblentz senften says:

    Love this post! Am a huge fan coconut oil. It works great as a diaper rash cream.

  45. Katie Lynne Watkins

    Thanks so much for compiling all of these recipes!

  46. Jackie Stauch says:

    I just started using the coconut oil for cooking and baking. I really like it because it has no aftertaste.

  47. theresa jewell howell says:


  48. Angela Robins says:

    My name on Facebook is Angela Robins. Great recipes!

  49. Lorraine Russell says:

    I just bought Bruce Fife’s book and have been eagerly trying out his ideas. I recommend massaging coconut oil into the scalp and hair and leaving it for an hour before shampooing. I did this and did not need to use conditioner. Also, I love the smell!

  50. Robin Smith says:

    I love coconut oil for my hair and to cook with. Can’t wait to try some new things with coconut oil.

  51. LOVE love these recipes! thanks for posting!
    my full name Lora Weaver Powell on fb

  52. Sarah Finney Kjellin. Thanks!

  53. Pam Johnson Brundrett says:

    Where has cocnut oil been all of my life!! I tried it recently and is the most wonderful product ever ;)

  54. Joanna Marie on FB… and I can’t wait to make the coconut oil deodorant!

  55. I love these ideas for coconut oil! It’s amazing stuff. I just started using it to make my own lotion & lotion bars & I need more now :). My name is Pam Christie on Facebook. Thanks for having such a great giveaway!

  56. Elisha Rhoades says:

    Awesome!!! Thanks for sharing all of those I will be making a few of em :D

  57. Hi! My name on FB is Coco Cinelle, I just found you out through a page on FB. I love this recipe and might just try it out (bought a fresh batch of coco oil this morning:) Thanks for the tips!!!

  58. Would love to win so I can try some of these recipes!

  59. My name is Jennifer McNeil Reck on FB and I’m so glad Jillee linked to this so I’d know about it! Woot! Can’t wait to try these…….

  60. Barbara BEckler says:

    Love your tips and follow your website on Pinterest…great stuff…keep it coming for tips I can use and pass on to others.

  61. Lauren Krolikowski Reuther says:

    Love this post, great recipes! My name on Facebook is Lauren Krolikowski Reuther.

  62. Adeline Khoo Pettit says:

    Such wonderful ideas and information! Thanks so much, will start trying them.

  63. I haven’t tried Coconut Oil yet, but I am very excited to try it! I’ve heard so many wonderful things about it! Cindy Fuls Shigeta

  64. Shelley Henggeler says:

    Great ideas!

  65. danielle stephens says:

    I loved all the recipes, since i’m very new to natural living i will certainly be trying many of these for myself.. my name is Danielle Stephens on facebook..

  66. My name is Kyle O’Neill on facebook, and I just have to say that I love this post! My sister was just telling me all the wonderful uses for coconut oil as she was pan frying some veggies in it for breakfast. So excited to actually see so many wonderful applications in one place!

  67. New FB fan Necia Rop DiTrapani
    thanks for sharing these great links!

  68. Hi, love this site! I’m new to the world of coconut oil. I absolutely love it and we are constantly finding new ways to use it!!

    Nadia Allard

    PS: I have recently started a blog myself, if anyone is interested in following my family and I’s journey to living a more natural lifestyle! There is an active giveaway and more to come!! Thanks!

  69. Shannon says:

    Thanks for so much wonderful information! I am just starting to use coconut oil and loving it! Facebook name is Shannon Haynes King

  70. My FB name is Deb Putsey.

    I can not wait to make a few of these recipes. I made coconut oil toothpaste last week and think I’ll add an ingredient or two from the above toothpaste recipes. I’ll be sure to make the shampoo too! Thank you

  71. christianmotherof5 says:

    Hello my FB name is Randy N Jodie Sarchet. Love these recipes. I added some of these to my list of things to make.

  72. My name is Amy Schaugaard.
    I’m new to coconut oil so thanks for the ideas!

  73. Thanks for sharing this. I love coconut oil and am excited to try some of these.
    Jaime Habig

  74. Terri Judd says:

    So glad I found you !! Hope I win now!! Terri Judd

  75. i am Marion Payne Jones and i love all these recipes! winning some coconut oil would be quite a win.

  76. Christine Oquist Pena says:

    We use tons of coconut oil in cooking! I’m just getting into making my own cosmetics. Thanks for all the tips.

  77. Karin Kanthak says:

    I am Karin Kanthak. I would love to win some coconut oil. I plan to try many of the recipes linked on this post.

  78. Melody Miller says:

    I’m so crazy…I had to actually LOOK on my facebook page to see what my name was…like did I use my maiden name in the middle or not, etc.. So….my name is Melody Miller. I LOVE coconut oil and was introduced to it at my local co-op market.

  79. Robyn Ross Coulon says:

    I just found out about coconut oil and I am so excited about it. I sure hope I win!! My name on facebook is Robyn Ross Coulon.

  80. Wendy Holte says:

    This is a great resource! I cook with coconut oil all the time, so it’s nice to see some other things to do with it! I’m Wendy Child Holte.

  81. Vicki DeCleene says:

    I’m a newcomer to coconut oil and I love it so far. I came across your FB page and was so excited to learn all the things that can be done with it. Thanks so much, Vicki DeCleene

  82. Phizannah Abraham says:

    I purchased my first jar of this miracle oil in Mexico this year! I LOVE it and ALL the great benefits! Thank’s for such a great website! Thank you so much, Phizannah Abraham :)

  83. Jeanne G. says:

    My name is Jeanne Marie Gissel on facebook.

    I love coconut oil! I use it plain for body lotion, and I make deodorant out of it. Plus, of course, I cook with it.

  84. I am greatful to the friend that told me about your site!

  85. Monica Cline says:

    Glad to find this blog. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes!

  86. So can’t wait to get cracking on these recipes..

  87. Melissa Strong says:

    Your site looks great! I just started using coconut oil. Hope I win!!

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  89. My name is Tara Shamp Dean. Thanks so much for the chocolate recipe! Yum Yum :)

  90. Hi, my name is Tina H. Giesbrecht. I have NEVER owned coconur oil, but if I don’t win this one, I will def go buy some. Chocolate, hair care and skin care all with one product!!! How awesome :)

  91. Sue Michaels says:

    I’m Sue Smith Michaels on Facebook. Thanks for all the recipes!

  92. Elesha Wey says:

    This looks great!

  93. Bertha Bringas says:

    Love your site….I have learned a lot…Thanks for sharing…

  94. My name on Facebook is Cara Fitzgerald Kazaks. I am so excited about the drawing as I have just started to use Coconut Oil and have found SO many new ways to use it both with cooking, and daily uses around the house.

  95. Jennifer Totaro says:

    I didn’t just like your page, I love it, can’t wait to check out some more of it! Thanks for this great giveaway!

  96. Hi! I’m Karen Onspaugh Pope on Facebook. Yoooowwwsers is all I can say!! So fabulous to have all these ideas!

  97. Kimberly says:

    AMAZING!!! I’ve been hearing all about Coconut Oil for a few months now and just bought my first container of it. Now I KNOW what to do with it!! Fabulous. Thanks for the great giveaway. I’m Kimberly ‘Harris’ Moteberg on FB.

  98. Deborah King-Miller says:

    I’m Deborah King on FB.

  99. Tisha Bowden says:

    My name is Tisha Rae Bowden and I would love to win!! Thank you for the great recipes!

  100. Robyn Driggers says:

    Robyn Partain Driggers (Facebook)

    I love coconut oil and am really excited to whip up some body butter, a face mask, a hair mask, some toothpaste and some chocolate truffles! What a miracle product! Where can I get it by the case??? :)

  101. Marilyn Bubb says:

    My name is Marilyn Beegle Bubb. I’ve recently begun using coconut oil to make deoderant, etc. and I love it! All the recipes look great. :)

  102. Kayte Christopher-Walker says:

    Thank you for these great ideas. I have been eating coconut & almond butter and swear it gives me energy in the mornings. This is significant because I am NOT a morning person. Plan to try some of these great recipes! Especially the whipped butter & truffles!

  103. Sharon Rogers says:

    Sharon Reeves Rogers – I have been wanting to try coconut oil.

  104. Melissa Young says:

    I just started a “No ‘poo” hair regimen and have been looking for coconut oil everywhere! It’s a great moisturizing treatment for hair. But the only jar I could find was at Sally Beauty Supply and it was made with petroleum. =( Hope I win this!

  105. Brooke Wood says:

    My name is Brooke Wood. I love your blog and read it daily!

  106. Sondra Menasco says:

    Sondra Francis Menasco – full name on facebook
    I can’t wait to try several of these recipes. Thank you so much!!

  107. Barbara says:

    My name is Barbara Jones. Thank you for all the good advice and tips!!!!

  108. Phyllis says:

    Facebook name- Phyllis Phipps

  109. Angel Smith says:

    I love me some Coconut Oil! I use it from head to my toes including on my hair and sometimes eat a spoonful for health. Would love to win some. My fb name is Angel Staley Smith and I “liked” your page but I really love it!

  110. Kelly Irving says:

    Have used Coconut Oil for many things (cooking, hair, mouth wash, skin) and would love to try this brand. Love the ideas listed. Thanks for a great site.

  111. Debbie McLean says:

    I’m definitely going to be trying some of these!!!!

  112. I only recently discovered coconut oil and have only cooked with it at this point, so I am looking forward to trying several of these recipes beyond the kitchen.

    FB name: Angie Kay Wilson Sanderson.

  113. Sandy Marshall says:

    My name on facebook is Sandy Marshall

  114. Stacy Foster says:

    My name is Stacy Foster I became a fan on Facebook yesterday. I started using coconut oil in February but I had never heard of the myriad of applications and healthy alternatives to commercial products such as those you have posted here. I’m super stoked about trying quite a number of them and learning more. I appreciate you for sharing these wonderful techniques.

  115. I liked you a while back on Facebook and so happy I did. You are a great resource with awesome recipes. Susan Manley Trombley is how I appear on Facebook.

  116. Deanna Koch (Smith) on Facebook
    Thanks for having this drawing!!! I’m new to the wonders of coconut oil but have been LOVING it so far :)

  117. Adriana Quintero Camilo says:

    Thanks so much for your wonderful page – your information is very useful. Thanks so much for sharing, many blessings love and light.

    my facebook name is Adriana Quintero Camilo

  118. Linda Smith Miller says:

    Love the recipes and ideas you post on Facebook!

  119. Honey Tapley says:

    On facebook I am Honey Tapley. Coconut oil is one of the only body care products in my bathroom; the others are apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and peppermint castille soap. I use coconut oil for everything!

  120. Great post – I love coconut oil! It’s one of nature’s little miracles :)

  121. Hi! Thanks for all the recipes! I can’t wait to try the hair mask, I’m needing some moisurizer on my hair!

    My name on FB is Allison Hollis Batey, thx again!

  122. Jody Shoafy says:

    Hi, my name is Jody Shoafy. I like your very informative posts on Facebook, keep up the good work. Also become a fan of coconut oil. I am Southern and almost all our food is fried. Now I do not feel I am murdering myself with grease. Thanks, Jody
    P.S. Would love to be entered in the contest..

  123. I love coconut oil. I use it as a sunscreen, lip moisturizer, and as a hair conditioner as well. I have a blog post about how I use it, which can be found here: http://www.liliashealthbook.blogspot.com. Thanks for a lovely post. ~Cecilia Deterville

  124. Love this website! I have read so much great info here.

    FB name Keri Sonnier

  125. I am a HUGE fan of coconut oil! We’ve made the big switch to CO for cooking and skincare. I would love to win a jar. I share my CO with family and friends in each of our 3 bathrooms, in an open, widemouthed bowl. – Blessings from Becky Neville

  126. I really enjoy discovering all the ways to use natural ingredients in my food and skin care products. Thanks for a great site!

    Julianne Guarino

  127. Cindy Sue Shear says:

    I really appreciate all of the recipes, and info. I have been using coco oil for years. Good stuff!
    Thanks for the op to win a jar!
    Best, Cindy

  128. Hi, on FB I’m Elisabeth Harrell.

    Thanks for the chance to win a jar of coconut oil. I love coconut oil and the recipes you have highlighted are fantastic. Can’t wait to try some because I love making my own hair and skin products using ingredients such as coconut oil. Thanks again!

  129. Holly Eames Anderson says:

    Loving your site! Thanks for doing this!

  130. Chuck Jackson says:

    Thank you!

  131. I have been coconut oil since January of this year & have been asking myself, “What took me so Long?” Now thanks to your site I have so many more ways to use it! Thank you SO very Much!

  132. Nicole Gottula Prasch says:

    I never know coconut oil was so versatile!

  133. Kelly Thompson says:

    I “Like” you and your posts – great info esp on this coconut oil post – just had my husband come in with a nasty rash from our blue spruce – I had him put some coconut oil on it and he was impressed with the results – thanks!

  134. Love the good ideas on how to use this product. I am Jean Lewis on Facebook.

  135. Kristi Redington says:

    I love Coconut Oil!! I always put just a tiny bit on the ends of my hair to hide frizzies and I love frying with it, too. :) Try this coconut chicken recipe with coconut oil instead of veggie oil – deeelish! (http://budgetbytes.blogspot.com/2010/01/coconut-chicken-w-sweet-chili-sauce-691.html)

  136. Hey! What a wonderful list! I pinned the heck out of this list on my Pinterest account. I’m Toni Matlock there and on fB. Cheers!

  137. Nancy Heinzen on Facebook loves loves loves coconut oil. One jar in the bathroom & one on the kitchen counter, backups in the cupboard couldn’t imagine my life without my coconut oil.
    Thank yo for this new blog with everything in one place, love it. Winning!

  138. Angela Lisette Pabey says:

    Hi! My name is Angela Lisette Pabey… Thank you for the recipes, I can’t wait to get started :)

  139. joyce white says:

    I love reading your posts. I cant wait to see them on Face Book. Ready to get some coconut oil and try these recipes. Thank you, Joyce White

  140. Patricia Taylor says:

    Absolutely love this site and coconut oil. Thanks.

  141. Hello, my name is Arlene Gonzalez on Facebook.
    I truly enjoy your emails and I follow you on Pinterest, too. You share such wonderful and important information. Thank you for all you do.

  142. Cindy Overlock says:

    Hi! I am new to the site but have been using Coconut oil and want to learn more about it! My FB name is Cindy Overlock! Thank you for all the wonderful info!

  143. Abbie Vas Dias says:

    Hi! My name is Abbie Vas Dias & I absolutely LOVE this blog post! I will refer back to it many times as I want to make almost every recipe! Thank you for posting this.. I am definitely making the vapor rub TODAY for my son’s congestion. What an answer to prayer :) thankyou so much!

  144. Jacqui Herrick says:

    My name is Jacqui Herrick on facebook. I have like your facebook page. :) And I love this list! I love coconut oil! And now I have some new recipes to try!! Thank you!

  145. Jan Vries says:

    I just liked you on facebook today. Would love to try out some of the recipes you shared.
    Will share pictures if it turns well

  146. Jan Vries says:

    I just liked you on facebook today. Will try the r ecipes you have shared and post it .

  147. Great post! Coconut oil is definitely one of nature’s best kept little secrets!

  148. Rachel Horst says:

    I just found your blog today via pinterest. I’ve now “liked” your facebook page and I can’t wait to try out some of these coconut oil recipes! Thanks for gathering them from hither and yon on the wide, wide web. :)

    I’ve never had Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil so I’d be more than happy to win a tub. :) I buy Barlean’s Coconut Oil. http://www.swagbucks.com/?t=i&p=1&b=0&f=0&q=barlean%27s+coconut+oil
    I’m currently reading Bruce Fife’s book, “Coconut Cures.” Amazing!

  149. jenny b says:

    Jenny B – thanks for the great recipes!

  150. Karen Williams says:

    Love the creativity. Coconut oil and I will be very good friends. :) Thank you. Like you on Facebook!!!!!

  151. FB: Rebecca Van Scoten – Always great ideas on here!

  152. Mandy Larribeau says:

    My name is Mandy Larribeau, I absolutely love coconut oil!! I use it for my hair, my skin, cooking, sun screening, u name it, we use it for that! Fabulous recipes! Thank u for sharing them!

  153. Deb King says:

    Deb King (Swingler) ~ my name as it appears on Facebook. Love your stuff!

  154. Cristina Baez Freyre says:

    Thanks so much for this giveaway! I’ve started using coconut oil in my cooking and would love to make my own cosmetics and skin treatments. I’m sure I’ll be coming back to this great post many times!

  155. jacqueline shults says:

    I am a newbie at make your own products, spend many hours researching different recipes. Many tirals and errors so far, but I am soo in love with your site and the recipes.

  156. Sarah L says:

    Sarah Lugibihl (facebook)

    Just recently happened upon your site! Really like it! :)

  157. JoAnn Appleby says:

    I am JoAnn Appleby on facebook. I enjoy this post very much. Thank you for the wealth of knowledge you pass on!

  158. I have tried three different brands of coconut oil: Barlean’s, Nutiva, and Tropical Traditions. The VIRGIN coconut oil has a nice, light coconut flavor. The EXPELLER pressed coconut oil has no flavor. So, if you a buying virgin coconut oil here’s my tip: Barlean’s had the best flavor and smell…I wanted to eat it right out of the jar it smelled so good, tasted phenomenal!! Barlean’s was the most expensive of the three but for the flavor worth it. Nutiva was a close second in taste & smell and is more economical. Tropical Traditional (which I have always loved their products in the past) did not measure up in flavor. In fact it had a strange, burnt taste and smell…something was off about it. If you want no coconut flavor at all, get the expeller pressed coconut oil. It is less expensive than virgin coconut oil…all three companies use proper, healthy, non-chemical practices to extract the oil, so I would go with the best buy for the expeller cold pressed oil but pay a little more for the virgin coconut oil.

  159. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE coconut oil, thanks for the giveaway!

  160. Debbie Fronek says:

    So happy I found your site! Just like you on Facebook:)
    Debbie Fronek

  161. Elizabeth Neer says:

    Thanks for posting all these wonderful recipes. I think I just found what I’m making for friends’ and family’s Christmas gifts this year! Gotta run to the store for some raw cocoa to make those treats!!!

  162. OOOOOHHHHH!!!!! I am excited by this one!! Full name on facebook: Ruth Anne Majors

  163. Becca Smith says:

    Soo many great ideas, I’ll definitely be trying a lot of these recipes. I’ve only recently started to discover the amazing qualities of coconut oil. I went over and liked your page just now. Thanks for putting this together.

  164. LondonsGran says:

    Coconut oil has long been a favorite in our family. We cook with it, apply it all over our bodies, make soap with it, and share it with all our friends. Sure would love to have a free one. Thanks

  165. Phyllis Jackson says:

    Hello,My name on Facebook is Phyllis Jackson. thanks for all the information on this site. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes. My picture is of me inside of our tugboat. I am telling you this because I use a different email than I do for Facebook, which is the one above on the form. Thanks again.

  166. Phyllis Jackson says:

    Hi,My name on Facebook is Phyllis Jackson. Would love to win the jar of coconut oil. Thanks

  167. Shirley Johnson says:

    My name is Shirley Johnson. I LOVE coconut oil! Thanks so much for the awesome recipes.

  168. Terri Stowe Rife says:

    I have recently found your site and I’m addicted. I just tried the foot rub made with sugar and coconut oil. I used the peppermint oil and though it was a little messy, after the rub was rinsed off it feel awesome. Like a had a pedicure. I cant wait to try a few more things tomorrow using the coconut oil. Love your site!!! Thanks

  169. Already liked you on FB…Susan Neel Wiederhold.

    My daughter is very fair skinned and has already made one of the sunblocks you have here and LOVES it. She said it smells good and does a great job. She’s a model so she has to keep her skin pale and even.

  170. Heather says:

    Hi. My name is Heather Traxler. I’m so glad I clicked this link! I’ve tried the toothpaste from CrunchyBetty–have been using it for the past month and am really happy with it. I’m planning on trying the shampoo bars…and I can’t wait to try the coconut oil chocolate goodies!

  171. Lesley Rogers says:

    Lesley Rogers on Facebook… really enjoy your posts :-)

  172. Holly Patey says:

    The more ideas for coconut oil the better…I’ve been using coconut oil for everything from dry skin to cooking pancakes. I love it!

  173. ellen holliger says:

    i use coconut oil,flour anything coconut now,liked and will keep on ur page,as im curing myself from cancer right now ive learned i can use anything as it has coconut in it,,,thanks and blessings

  174. Natalie says:

    Like you on facebook (Natalie Tetzlaff). Thanks for the giveaway!

  175. Tonya Perry says:

    I love coconut oil and all things healthy! Awesome share on the recipes! My name is Tonya Perry on facebook!!!

  176. Thank you for all the coconut recipes. I’ll definately try them and hope to win a jar.
    I love coconut oil!!! Valiegal Maynar

  177. Jacqueline Griner says:

    I liked the FB page…and I love this post!

  178. Melissa says:

    Love your list! I’m Melissa Powell Meilinger on FB.

  179. I like pg on FB but got busy making a couple of things and forgot to comment. (Angie Kay Wilson Sanderson)

  180. Natalie Javanah Guerrero says:

    I have a deep fascination with coconut. I enjoy eating coconut ice cream, freeze pops, coconut water, etc.
    I like how there are many different uses for coconut. Since I am part black, I grew up with using coconut oil products for my hair. Its worked before and it still works now!

    I will most definitely try out a few of these recipes for coconut creations, Thanks for the article!!

    -Natalie Javanah Guerrero

  181. Teresa Wallace says:

    Wow!! I love cooking with coconut oil and can’t wait to try the coconut oil products for the body!! Thanks for the recipes :) My full name on fb is Teresa Harwood Wallace.

  182. My name is Kassie Calaway on Facebook… have clicked like on the FB page and here as well… love all the recipies and good stuff posted in this page.. look forward to more… Coconut oil is fantastic for numerous things..:)
    Brightest Blessings To You and Yours~~!

  183. Mindy Stevens on FB I Like your site!!

  184. Jenny Barker says:

    Guess I’ve found myself another blog/FB page to follow. LOL. Thanks for all the ideas …

  185. Dena Swinson says:

    Thanks for this post! Lots of great ideas…can’t wait to try a few of them! Liked your page on facebook. My facebook name is Dena Swinson. Thanks!

  186. Marci H says:

    I am excited to try all of these recipes. I book marked it so I can go back to try them.
    My name on FB is Marci Hasselkus.

  187. This is an article filled with wonderful gold nuggets:) thank you so very much for sharing—be blessed
    ~Beyond Measure

  188. Anna Swank says:

    Anna Marie Swank

    Thanks so much for all the great recipes. I can’t wait to try them!

  189. For Facebook: Alicia Isabelle Haugstad
    Thanks so much for all the fun information on how to use coconut oil! I’m excited to try them!

  190. Rachelle says:

    I use coconut oil in and on everything. It’s the only moisturizer I’ve ever used on my youngest two, I use it as part of my face wash, hair conditioner, toothpaste, deodorant… you name it, I’ve probably put coconut in it or on it. We go through a LOT of coconut oil in this house!
    (Rachelle Capo on facebook)

  191. Ruth Ahern Vandenassem on FB. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  192. Cannot wait to start working on the recipes, especially making my own coconut deodorant! Carmen Parara

  193. Roslyn Levin Londo says:

    This are the best and easiest recipes ! To the health food store tomorrow with my list…they love when I go there with a list!! lol

    Thank You so much
    Roslyn Levin Londo

  194. Kimberly Bastian LeBlond on FB. This post is excellent! I will be making some of these recipes for sure.

  195. great stuff – also supposed to restore memory in alzheimer’s patients!

  196. Amanda Lye says:

    I have been wanting to try this for quite a while but just have not been where I could have got any… great reminder and makes me more eager to move it up on priorities!

  197. Great Site! I stumbled across your site and have now added it to my Reader List.
    My name is Susan Peek.

  198. Sheryl Burns says:

    Hi there! Thanks for sharing such wonderful information…I cannot wait to try out so many of these, especially the toothpaste since I cannot keep paying $6+ for Ayurvedic toothpaste! :o)

    ~ Sheryl Burns on Facebook ~

  199. Thanks for all the great info. Can’t wait to try the recipes!!

  200. Jodie Adams Sultenfuss says:

    I am a new user of coconut oil and I’m enjoying learning all of the healthy benefits of using it…..for cooking, body and hair care. Thanks for sharing the info?

  201. Gretchen Slade Schlier says:

    I just started using coconut oil for baking and didn’t know that you could use it for so many other wonderful things that are good for your body. Thank you for so many wonderful ideas!
    I am going to make some body butter to start…Will make great gifts for the holidays, birthday or hostess gift! I liked you on Facebook…Hope I win!

    ~Gretchen Slade Schlier

    • Gretchen Slade Schlier says:

      Sorry…I posted several times. I didn’t think it went through because I was having computer issues!

  202. joanne fisher says:

    i found this sight a couple of days ago and i have been so excited to try out all of these. i am new to making your own products but have just started an herbalist class and we just started making our own face was and a couple of other things so i am really excited to start making more and more of my own things. i know that what we put on our skin is so important since alot of it go’s right in to our blood system so the more natural the better. thank you so much for this sight and i will be making so much stuff and i just cant wait.

  203. Love all the ideas!!! WOWOW!!! Angela Hayman on FB.

  204. Thanks for these great ideas. Jowyn Jenson on FB

  205. Christy Edwards says:

    My name is Christy Edwards on facebook and I loved this site. I’m new to the whole coconut oil thing and am very excited to try some of these recipes. I will let you know how they worked out. Thank you for the cool information..

  206. Gretchen Slade Schlier says:

    I’ve been using coconut oil for baking but have not used it for anything else…So many great ideas! I’m going to make one of the body butters very soon! BTW…I liked your Facebook page!

    ~Gretchen Slade Schlier

  207. Such great ideas. Thanks so much!
    I just became a fan on Facebook under the name Liz Steinklauber Ford

  208. Gilla Maresky-weiss says:

    Thanks so much for these great ideas!! I am looking forward to making some of these – starting now :) My facebook name is Gilla Maresky-weiss.

  209. Gilla Maresky-weiss says:

    Thanks for these great ideas!!! I am looking forward to making some of these – starting now :) My facebook name is Gilla Maresky-weiss

  210. Connie Grimsley Walker says:

    I love coconut oil and have been using it as a moisturizer and cooking. Looking forward to trying some of these recipes. Thanks for posting them.

  211. This Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is a truly unrefined coconut oil. This coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts. Coconuts are used fresh (within 24-48 hours of harvest) from small family farms on Mt. Banahaw and other rural places in Quezon Province, the coconut capital of the Philippines. Only the highest quality coconuts are hand-picked from each harvest. The volcanic soil of Mt. Banahaw makes these organic coconuts some of the most nutritionally rich coconuts in the world! Testing done in independent laboratories on coconut oil antioxidants reveals higher levels of phenolic antioxidants than other coconut oils. The fresh coconut meat is shredded (wet milled), and then cold-pressed using the water from inside the coconuts to make coconut milk. The milk is then allowed to sit for about half a day, while the oil naturally separates from the heavier water. The oil is then filtered from the curds (coconut solids). No chemical or high-heat treatment is used, and this oil contains no trans fatty acids. We do NOT mass produce this oil. It is made by families who are coconut farmers using old-fashioned traditional methods that have been used in the Philippines for hundreds of years. Our coconut trees and family producers are certified organic according to strict USDA standards. The families who produce the oil are also trained according to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards and re-certified each year. This high-grade Virgin Coconut Oil has a long shelf life due to the high antioxidant properties. The Gold Label Standard is our highest standard for Virgin Coconut Oil. Read more .

  212. michele k says:

    Coconut oil is my new favorite thing and i always love reading about more ways to use it!
    thanks for all these recipes!
    Michele Allison (facebook)

  213. Rebecca Brennan says:

    My name is Rebecca Brennan. Ive wanted to try coconut oil for the longest time!!

  214. Gretchen Slade Schlier says:

    I have been using coc0nut oil for about 6 months in baking recipes and I didn’t know it had so many other uses. Thank you for posting these wonderful ideas …I’m going to start by making some body butter! I have liked you on facebook for the give away and look forward to your posts!

    ~ Gretchen Slade Schlier

  215. Karina Richards says:

    How BRILLIANTLY organic…I LOVE this x

  216. Cindy Simms says:

    Love your site and all your suggestions I look forward to trying your recipes.

  217. Cathy Dreiling says:

    I have used coconut oil for my face and hair for a long time, recently learned of oil pulling and as a result of that decided to start brushing with coconut oil. I love the idea of remineralizing your teeth so I plan to make that recipe soon! Full name is Cathy Dreiling.

  218. Ouida Lampert says:

    I LOVE your site! Thank you for all the ideas.
    Ouida Duke Lampert

  219. Love your site. Facebook name is Amy Sullivan Blattner

  220. Elisa Worthington says:

    My name is Elisa Worthington. I have been looking for Coconut Oil recipes and wasn’t finding any that I was happy. Then I found your blog and I am ecstatic about the recipes you have on here! I am going to run to the store now so I can start making a few of them!! Thank you so much and I will definitely be a regular reader of your blog! I can’t wait to look back at all of your past posts now!

    Thank you and Stay Blessed!

    ~Elisa Worthington

  221. I can’t wait to make some of these recipes! Thanks for compiling this what a help it will be for many people. I love coconut oil!!

    Corina Falcon Senior

  222. I am going to try these recipes. Thank you for sharing…I had no idea coconut oil could be for so many things. Sarita Coffman on facebook.

  223. Karen D says:

    Karen Goodwin Delaney

  224. Love coconut oil! Liked…http://www.facebook.com/whinnynstomp

  225. THANK YOU for these links! I have been looking for some recipes for some of these things, and will give these a try.

    Thank you for the give-away, too!

    Facebook name = Juli Moder Smith

  226. Destiny says:

    This post is awesome!! I’m MichaelandDestiny Wenzel on facebook. :o)

  227. Sunny Olfert says:

    What GREAT ideas! I can hardly wait to try the coconut shampoo! Thank you!!

  228. Jane Stanford Boozer says:

    Thanks so much for all the good I mean GREAT information. I cant wait to try some of them….Hope I am fortunate enough to WIN!!!!!

  229. Lois Brunner says:

    Dr. Mercola first introduced me to the benefits of Coconut Oil. Since then, I am not only an avid user of this product, but promote its benefits to everyone who will listen. Lately, I have been having trouble finding Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and would love to win a tub of your product.

  230. Joan Moder says:

    I love Tropical Traditions products!

    Facebook: Joan Moder

  231. Love coconut oil and now I think I love it even more knowing all the different things I can make with it! Thank you for all the wonderful information!

    Facebook: J’lene Dechape

  232. Jennifer says:

    I have been experimenting with the whole “do it yourself” thing and Coconut Oil is one of my favorites. Thank you for all of the new ideas.

    Facebook: Jennifer Ritchie

  233. PLHouchen here – Love your FB Page. Glad I found it!

  234. My name on Fb “Ghada Ibrahim” thanks for the great info you offer through your blog and thanks for the simple giveaway steps :)

  235. Lynde Thames says:

    My name is Lynde Thames….in real life and facebook life…..thanks so much for all of this info!
    I love finding out new healthy uses for natural products! I started cooking with coconut oil….taking 1 Tbsp daily…and applying it to my face a few months ago. I think it is a miracle cure for anything!! A friend of mine uses it as a topical ointment for all of her animals and I have recently started using it on my dogs hot spots….its seems to be working!!
    Thanks again!

  236. My name is Katie Cronenwett. Thanks for all the great ideas! :)

  237. my name is heidi abrahams stewart on FB. thanks for all these great recipes!

  238. My Fb name is “Ghada Ibrahim” thanks for the info you offer in your blog and thanks for the simple Giveaway steps :)

  239. really enjoy your page and the coconut oil recipes. fun fun fun…


  240. karen rodell powell says:

    I love coconut oil! I love your recipes! Thankyou Karen Rodell Powell

  241. Avonelle Tomlinson says:

    I’ve been falling in love with coconut oil! This little grouping of recipes has already been added to my ‘cookbook!’

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Avonelle Tomlinson

  242. Lisa Reina Gruich says:

    Great ideas for using coconut oil. Thank you.

  243. Dianna Soderholm says:

    My name is Dianna Soderholm on facebook. I found your site through the barn hop. I am making the toothpaste today and also making the sunscreen as my dad has skin cancer and when I read that commercial sunscreens may be linked to an increase in skin cancer I was floored! Thank you for the wonderful recipes!

  244. Dianna Soderholm says:

    Not sure if my post showed up-love the recipes and will be making the toothpaste and the sunscreen for sure-thank you! My name appears as dianna soderholm on facebook

  245. Ophelia Knowles says:

    Love the coconut oil cream, it has made a big difference to many thx :)

  246. Hello,
    My full name on facebook is Sara Snell. Thanks for this offer.

  247. Jessica T says:

    Like you on FB (Jessica Talstein)! LOVE all the recipes! Very cool, thanks so much for sharing them, and also for the awesome giveaway!

  248. Brenda Shaw Doll says:

    Would love to win a tub of coconut oil, use it all the time for baking, need to try some of the lotions and cremes though.

  249. April Whitley says:

    My Name is April Whitley. I love your site and can’t wait to try all of these! It is so important to take care of yourself and you really help us to do that. Thank you so much

  250. Nikoletta says:

    My name is Nikoletta Borbély. Thanks for sharing these nice recipes. I’ve already tried to make a body butter but i also added some coco butter to the ingredients and it is really good:) I will try the other recipes too. Thank you so much for the information.

  251. I have never experimented with using coconut oil to make creams and such, but your post has made me want to try it. I think my daughter would enjoy making some with me.

  252. I was just thinking this morning that I’m going to have to break down and buy more coconut oil. I would LOVE to win some! My family (and friends) enjoy my popcorn made with coconut oil on the stove. I also like to make hash browns with it. Thanks for compiling all these great ideas! Wendy Hanson Lindsey

  253. Joy Bellamy says:

    I just love your blog. Thankyou for all the lovely recipes for coconut oil. I have been using coconut oil for awhile now and have been wanting to try this brand. Thanks!! Joy Bellamy.

  254. Teri Morrison says:

    I like you on facebook! Name is Teri Morrison Thanks!!

  255. Lara Hatheway says:

    My name is Lara Hatheway and would love to try the coconut oil. I have always loved what the Earth has to offer us all and just recently started making my own products.

  256. Lara Hatheway says:

    My name is Lara Hatheway and I’m a fan on Facebook! I would absolutely love to win some of that coconut oil…

  257. Robin Hawkins says:

    Love coconut oil for my hair, and for making pancakes. Will be using your ideas here too! Thanks :0)

  258. Cheri Hartman says:

    Hi! My name is Cheri Hartman and I absolutely love all these ideas for coconut oil. I have been trying them and it makes my skin feel really soft!! Love it!

  259. Catherine Darsey says:

    Great blog post. Love all the recipes. Can’t wait to try the coconut chocolates and the coconut oil deodorant.

  260. Lori Haynes Morse says:

    Thanks for the recipes!

  261. I recently bought my first jar of coconut oil, and I LOVE it! Thanks for this post of wonderful ways to use it!
    Thanks for sharing with my Super Link Party! :-)

  262. I am going to try several of these great ideas. Thanks for a wonderful post! By the way, I use just plain ole’ coconut oil for deodorant–no other ingredients. It works great. Gayle DuRivage on fb

  263. What a great list of things to do with coconut oil! Just liked your page on facebook. :)

  264. Karon Hollandsworth Northington says:

    Karon Hollandsworth Northington on fb
    I have fallen in love with coconut oil! I love it!
    Thanks for all the great recipes. Can’t wait to try some of them.

  265. I have heard that coconut oil is great for eczema. These ideas are awesome. I will definitely be trying a LOT of them. I liked and my full name is Janine Nguyen LaTulippe. Thanks for sharing at Mom’s Library and for the opportunity to win!

  266. Susan Fletcher Teague says:

    Great site. Susan Fletcher Teague

  267. Dee Bibb says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win the coconut oil. This is one of the staples in my pantry. I just love the stuff to the moon and back!

    I am so pleased that I found your blog via Frugally Sustainable…I now have your blog saved as well!

    I am a FB liker and my name is Dee Bibb(Dolores Alexander)

    Thanks again for the opportunity

  268. I liked you on FB Jeanie A. Hammond

  269. Thank you for running this giveaway. My FB name is Jacque Line and I am from DeepRootsAtHome.com. I am new to your blog. Would you consider linking this up on the DeepRoots link-up which is live now? Thanks! Jacqueline

  270. Linda K. Hiltbrand says:

    WOO-HOO!!! I am so glad I found your site (thanks to my sister, Arlene Gonzalez). I look forward to magical results from your recipes.

    I am Linda Hiltbrand, and I liked your site on Facebook as well. THANK YOU!

  271. Carolyn says:

    I am Carolyn Miller McGinnis on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway!

  272. Evelyn Taulbee (Overly) says:

    My fb name is Evelyn Taulbee (Overly). I very much enjoy and appreciate your blog. I am learning so much! Thank you!

  273. Cristina Eury says:

    Cristina Cabezas Eury on fb… This post is so inspiring!

  274. Katie Whan says:

    Hello, my name on Facebook is Katie Whan. I find myself on this website nearly everyday, most because of your links on facebook to different articles, but also because I have you guys bookmarked! I absolutely love how much I’m learning daily and I love all the ideas you give to try new things. I intend on becoming a Naturopath, so as you can imagine I am very “into” all the articles on here. I just want to say thank you for being such an awesome place to learn. I have suggested this website to many others and they all love it as well. So again, thank you so much! You all rock and keep up the fantastic work.
    Thank you,
    Katie Whan

  275. Bonnie Girard says:

    I use coconut oil as a conditioner/de-tangler for my hair, also in my homemade soap. But the best thing, I’ve had allergies for the last 30 years, by putting just a smidge of coconut oil in my nose every night for the 2 months and I haven’t had to use a decongestant or antihistamine!!

  276. Christie says:

    Thank you so much for having such a wonderful site to visit. Recently, I’ve been making a lot of small changes to my health habits and it’s nice to be able to go and find information on all these new products I’m buying. I love using coconut oil in recipes and in home made beauty items. So many things to try!

  277. I use coconut on sunburns better than anything else I have ever used!

  278. I love coconut oil. Thanks Linda Hobbs

  279. Julianne Guarino says:

    My dog loves CO!

  280. Rebecca Palay says:

    I JUST joined!!! Love the Coconut Oil recipes links! Becca Palay on Facebook ;-)

  281. Sabrina Pestel says:

    My name is Sabrina Pestel (Facebook) I just started using coconut oil. I’ve made a whipped coconut oil moisturizer that I absolutely LOVE. It starts off really oily, but within a few minutes, my face feels perfectly balanced and smooth. I want to start using it more with some alternative solutions to these store bought chemical-filled beauty products.

  282. LeAnn Petersen says:

    Thanks for sharing more uses for coconut oil. I recently read Bruce Fife’s book “Stop Alzheimers Now”, very eye-opening.

  283. Wow – so many things you can do with coconut oil!!! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime.

  284. Linda Jeanne Smollen/ Linda Schuler says:

    Hi; I use coconut oil for oil pulling. 1 t put in mouth and swish for 20 minutes, spit outside, not in house as you don’t want oil in drain. Kills all sorts of bacteria in mouth. Work up to 3 times a day!

  285. nancy geiger McElroy says:

    Wonderful ideas…where do I buy the ingredients?

  286. Nikki Wey says:

    Liked you on FB! Nikki Wey :)

  287. Suzanne Barber Bagwell says:

    I’m fighting a cancer battle and have been dealing with dry everything! Skin and hair have been horrible. I just recently found the recipe for deodorant using coconut oil and it has been awesome. So now I use it on all my skin as soon as I get out of the shower and I feel so hydrated! I will be trying out many other recipes! Thank you for your great ideas! FB name Suzanne Barber Bagwell

  288. Beth Cheryl McCombs says:

    I’m Beth Cheryl McCombs on fb and I’m so glad I found you!

  289. Sue ofloy says:

    A friend recommended the tropical traditions coconut oil as he buys in 5 gal bucket for the two of them! I bought my first round at a quart then went to 32 oz jar next looking at 2 32 oz jars, as the recipes and the things I can do with the coconut oil are never ending. Cannot seem to keep enough in the house. I envision a5 gallon container in my near future. Great product.

  290. patrice says:

    I’m Patrice Bourne. Great giveaway!

  291. Johanne Bernier says:

    I’m a fan on facebook :)
    Johanne Bernier

  292. Angela Kozak says:

    Angela Neal Watson-Kozak on FB. thank you for the awesome recipes. I love love love coconut oil. I eat it off the spoon and also mix into my morning protein drinks, also use for skin care. Bless your heart for doing a give-away. Big Smiles with Aloha from Kauai.

  293. Michelle McGee says:

    I am Michelle Feitli McGee on FB. This is awesome and I am so in love with Coconut Oil!

  294. Rayetta McKee says:

    <3 Coconut Oil, Thanks for all the Wonderful ideas for its everyday use!

  295. I am Edna Haist on Facebook, and I ♥ Coconut Oil! I have been cooking with it and using it for many other things for several years. I really appreciate all the different recipes and useful ideas you post, because…no matter how many awesome things a person may already using Coconut Oil for, there are ALWAYS more!! :0)

  296. Joyce Benton says:

    I can’t wait to win me some coconut oil! ;)

  297. Angelica Nightingale says:

    Awesome work, thank you!

  298. I am so glad I found his web site. I have learned so much from here! FB: Keri Sonnier

  299. karen f Lambert says:

    I love this site..I stumbled on it awhile back trying to find ways to get rid of my dark spots from tanning beds. I learned about body scrubs and lotions for making my skin healthy again…I don’t go to tanning beds anymore..I’ve learned to love my skin..thank you for teaching us all these recipes so that we can make our own natural products..this is my favorite site! !!!!!

  300. Rosella Chiasson says:

    thank you l been over comming some very hard times came across you site and has help me soo keep up the god work . Rchiasson

  301. Evelyn Michaels says:

    Hello my name is Evelyn Michaels. Thanks for the giveaway!

  302. Monica Swift says:

    My name on facebook is monica bortolotti swift. I make a face wash using coconut oil, that I purchased from Tropical Traditions, I also add castor oil and avocado oil. There has been a huge improvement in my skin! I love your website and FB page

  303. Jessica says:

    Jessica Skipper on Facebook

  304. Hi my name is Robin Kline and I would love to win the coconut oil, as I have been following you on Facebook and have wanted to try many of the natural recipes for the body and the yummy ones for the inside of the body too, but times are hard and haven’t been able to get all the ingredients yet. The coconut oil would help a lot…Thanks for all the help and knowledge that you are sharing.

  305. Sheryl Clarkson Bland says:

    Great ideas. I have made a coconut oil/sugar scrub with essential grapefruit oil and love it. Also love reading all your info on FB each day.

  306. Hi Daisy-

    Just wanted to let you know that I featured your 25 magical things to make with coconut oil at my site today.

    Thanks so much for linking up!

  307. I use coconut oil for so many different things. It is wonderful.

  308. Barbara Magilley says:

    Barbara Magilley likes your website v v much!!! :-)

  309. Thanks for linking up to Wildcrafting Wednesday. You have one of this week’s featured posts – http://www.commonsensehome.com/birdsfoot-trefoil/

    (Which I see you’ve noticed. :-)

  310. Hi! Congratulations! This post won the Most Clicked On feature of last week’s Super Link Party! Feel free to come by and grab a featured button. :-)
    If you have a button, please let me know, and I will display it for the week in my Featured Guests spot on my sidebar. :-)


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