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White Gazpacho - Spanish Garlic Soup

The original gazpacho soup hits all the right boxes - it’s cold and fresh with the perfect balance of sweet vs sour. It’s vegan friendly too.

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Dutch Apple Pancakes - Modernized!

This modernized version brings the classic Dutch apple pancake up to date with quick preparation and easy ingredients, and keeps the same well-loved taste.

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One-Mix Sponge Cake Recipe

Try this recipe to create a beautiful chocolate sponge cake!

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Sweet - Spicy Coconut Shrimp Dipping Sauce

Sweet, crunchy coconut shrimp. The only thing that could make them better is the perfect dipping sauce. If you don’t already have a favorite coconut shrimp recipe, try our Coconut Shrimp with Lime wedges. But this post isn’t about the shrimp; it’s all about the sauce. A dipping sauce can turn shoe leather into a tasty meal, so just imagine what it can do for a platter of succulent shrimp. What makes this coconut shrimp dipping sauce spectacular is its perfect balance of sweet, spicy, savory and tart. For an added bonus, you get to experiment with two amazing Coco Treasure products that you might not yet be familiar with: Organic Coconut Jam and Coconut Cider Vinegar. Our natural coconut jam is nothing more (or less) than pure coconut nectar cooked down to a thick spread that might remind you a bit of fig jam. Unlike other preserves that are empty calories, substantial coconut jam has all the nutritional benefits of coconut. Delicious? Of course it is. It’s made from our organically grown, hand-picked coconuts. Coco Treasure Coconut Cider Vinegar is the “champagne of vinegars” because its light, crisp flavor is superior. It is fermented with a special process that protects the seventeen different amino acids present in coconut nectar. And get this, our coconut cider vinegar contains 65 trace minerals in all. Adding these two wholesome and delicious ingredients to your pantry will make simple foods taste like gourmet versions of your “old” recipes.

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Summery Strawberry Chicken Salad

When summer days bring hot temperatures the last thing anyone wants to do is cook or eat a big meal. Thank goodness for our Strawberry Chicken Salad recipe! There are three reasons why you absolutely must make this a summertime go-to. First, it’s delicious. The sweet and savory mixture of strawberries and spice-rubbed chicken satisfies every taste bud. Second, it’s so quick and easy! The chicken takes less than 10 minutes to make on the stove top, and the whole meal comes together in less than 30 minutes without heating up the kitchen. Third, it’s cheap and fancy! Some meals are inexpensive and some are fancy, but few dishes are both. This salad looks so beautiful on the plate, guests will never guess it was also economical.

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Quesadilla Crisps

Quesadilla Crisps are cheesy and crisp and salty on the outside. Perfect for a party and they disappear fast!

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Maple and Chocolate Bacon

If loving bacon is wrong, we don’t want to be right. If you feel the same way, our Maple and Chocolate Bacon may be exactly the crazy kind of dessert recipe you’ve been looking for. There’s nothing low-fat, low-cal or low-sugar about this unusual treat. We certainly can’t call it healthy, but hey, it is dessert after all. At least it’s gluten- and carb-free. We do suggest using only uncured, nitrate-free bacon to avoid eating the carcinogenic preservatives found in some heavily processed types of bacon. Use this Maple and Chocolate Bacon as a sweet and salty topping for other baked goods like doughnuts, pancakes or waffles, or enjoy as is for a high-protein candy break.

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Leek and Garlic Soup with Coconut Oil

Here’s the perfect sick-day meal, chock full of ingredients that will help boost the immune system and soothe a sore throat. We’ve purposefully kept this recipe light and easy to digest—and easy to prepare just in case you have to cook for yourself when you’re under the weather. Soup is the universal comfort food, but it’s not necessarily something you’d think of putting coconut oil in. The inclusion of coconut oil in this recipe adds a rich, creamy texture to the broth and an extra punch of micro-nutrients to help you feel better faster.

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Baked Chicken w- Coconut Oil Basting Sauce

Baked chicken has a reputation for being bland and tough. No matter how much sauce you pour on top of it, it’s still chewy and dry, right? Wrong! It’s a challenge to get succulent results when baking chicken breasts, especially if they are boneless and skinless. Bones and skin add flavor and fat to the meat, which is what makes it juicy. But many people choose bare chicken breast because it is a good source of lean protein. It’s true that white meat has less fat and calories than dark. Per three ounces, chicken breast contains only 142 calories, .9 grams of saturated fat and 3 grams of fat. Compare that to dark meat’s 170 calories, 9 grams of fat and 3 grams of saturated fat. It might seem like you have to choose between flavor and health. Sadly, sometimes we do. But remember, the recommended amount of fat for a 1000-calorie per day diet is around 25 grams. If you’re eating sensibly, a single chicken thigh for lunch or dinner won’t put you out of that range. Consider serving this dish with a hearty salad full of fresh vegetables and a light dressing to make up for the few extra calories. Our baked chicken with coconut oil basting sauce uses bone-in chicken thighs to ensure the meat comes out tender and moist every time. If you maintain a healthy, balanced diet with lean or vegetable proteins most of the time, an occasional chicken thigh is not going to raise your cholesterol. But if you’re trying to lose weight or have special dietary restrictions, feel free to substitute the thighs for breasts or use dark-meat turkey instead. Either way, this baked chicken with coconut oil basting sauce will be delicious. Using coconut nectar syrup adds a touch of sweetness to the sauce without being too much. It also gives the chicken an amazing mahogany color that looks like you slow-roasted it all day.

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Caramel Apple Marshmallows

Delicious roasted over an open fire or in a hot mug of cider, these Caramel Apple Marshmallows are a delightful addition to fall gatherings, or excellent as a holiday gift.

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Gluten-Free Meatloaf with Coconut Flour

Who doesn’t love meatloaf? Rich, savory and comforting, it’s been a family favorite for generations. Our Gluten-Free Meatloaf with Coconut Flour maintains all the best things you love about this dish, including the salty-sweet glazed ketchup on top. But we skip the cracker and cereal crumbs and add gluten-free coconut flour to help bind the loaf without adding grains. Coconut flour, which is made from dried, ground coconut meat, is high absorbent. Adding two eggs, instead of the usual one, and milk or broth will keep the meatloaf moist. The coconut flour will also help retain the natural juices from the meat. Be sure to let your fully cooked meatloaf set for the suggested time so all those delicious juices don’t run out when you cut that first slice.

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Coconut Banana Smoothie

If you think you’re too busy for a nutritious breakfast, think again. Smoothies are packed with everything you need to start your day right–especially this coconut banana smoothie–and they take only minutes to make. We love this recipe because it incorporates a serving of organic extra virgin coconut oil, a healthy fat which helps kick start the old brain cells after an 8-hour rest. If you like the tart zing of citrus in the morning, fill an ice cube tray with orange or pineapple juice, and pop a couple of cubes into the mixture before blending. Preparation Tip: If your mornings are extra crazy you can get your coconut banana smoothie done even faster by placing all of the ingredients (minus the banana) for this nutrient-dense breakfast in a plastic container the night before. Just before you’re ready to leave, pour the ingredients into the blender, add the banana and whip up a delicious breakfast in less than five minutes.

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Pumpkin latte

Only real lovers of coffee will understand what a great thing is pumpkin latte in autumn.

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Spicy Coconut Soup w- Bok Choy and Mushroo

Of all life’s simple pleasures, a delicious bowl of hot and spicy coconut soup on a cold winter night is one of the most soul-satisfying. If you think making a hearty bowl of soup is an all-day event, you’ll be surprised to find this recipe for spicy coconut soup takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Though our version uses sweet and tender baby bok choy, any green vegetable such as spinach, cabbage or Swiss chard work just as well. Buying ingredients that are fresh and in season is always the best choice. For a complete meal, add cooked, shredded chicken, cooked shrimp or tofu just before serving.

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Apple Cinnamon Cupcakes

Perfect, fluffy Apple Cinnamon Cupcakes with the most amazing Salted Maple Buttercream Frosting. Perfect for Fall and the holidays. By Sugar Salt Magic

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Blueberry - Fig Baked Porridge

Baked porridge with sweet and sticky blueberry & figs. Gluten/dairy free and Vegan

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Lemongrass Ginger Mushroom - Noodle Soup

Warm up with a bowl of Mushroom Soup with Soba Noodles and Baby Bok Choy in a Lemongrass Ginger Broth.

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Chocolate fruit pecan pie

This chocolate fruit pecan pie contains only natural sweets and no butter, eggs or sugar.

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Deviled eggs

Easy to cook, but healthy and very delicious with Tofu Spread. To buy it follow this link: https://tofuspread.com

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Sheet Pan Chicken Grapes - Delicata

Sheet Pan Chicken Drumsticks with Delicata and Grapes – Have dinner ready in no time with this wonderfully delicious, sweet, and savory one-pan meal that’s a breeze to prepare.

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Slow Cooker Dulce do Leche

Homemade Slow Cooker Dulce de Leche – Learn just how easy it is to make this popular sweet treat that’s a delicious addition to ice cream, coffee, fruit, and desserts.

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Quick and Easy Chai White Hot Chocolate

This Chai White Hot Chocolate is smooth and creamy with a warming chai flavor that makes it just about the coziest drink ever.

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Pitta bread with Tofu Spread and carameliz

Easy to cook, but healthy and very delicious with Tofu Spread. To buy it follow this link: https://tofuspread.com

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Superfood Smoothie We All Need

Feeling tired? This superfood smoothie with blueberries and beets is packed with protein to help start your day off right.

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Banh Mi Fish Tacos

Banh Mi Fish Tacos are a delicious twist on the classic Vietnamese sandwich. Pan grilled tilapia topped with homemade Asian slaw and spicy aioli.

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Put the Lime in the Coconut Water Refreshe

Before or after a workout, when the kids want a special to drink or anytime you need something a little more thirst quenching than plain water, try coconut water refresher made from simple ingredients you might already have in the pantry. Coconut water is a healthy alternative to soda or chemical-laden sports drinks, but don’t mistake it as a substitute for plain water. It should be regarded more as a fruit juice since that’s what it really is–the juice of the fruit of a coconut tree! Coconut water is super hydrating and doesn’t cause stomach upsets when consumed in large amounts like some sports drinks do. That’s why it’s a favorite among serious athletes who require plenty of hydration after a challenging workout. There are approximately 50 calories in a cup of coconut water, less than half the amount in a cup of apple juice, but drinking too much in a day could add more calories to your diet than you realize. Our coconut refresher uses only 2 cups of coconut water to make nearly 6 servings so it won’t destroy your calorie budget for the day.

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Venison Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes

Venison Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes. A mouthwatering combination of burger, cheesesteak and sloppy in every bite

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Fresh Peas, Iberico Ham and Asparagus

This is a lovely light supper to make, quick to prepare and pretty to boot. Use the freshest eggs you can find and if you don’t manage to get hold of iberico ham, a good quality, thinly sliced parma ham will also work well.

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Crunchy Coconut Oil Fish Nuggets

Coconut oil fish nuggets are a tropical twist on plain old fried fish. And a healthier twist too! Our recipe uses just two tablespoons of beneficial coconut oil to fry up a plateful of fish so you get all the flavor of fried foods without all the deep-fried consequences. These crunchy, coconutty nuggets are also the perfect way to get non-fish lovers to try something new. Kids especially love bite-sized foods they can dip into ketchup and these fish nuggets fit the bill. Any type of firm white fish you prefer will work equally well for this recipe. Avoid delicate fish such as tilapia, sole or flounder.

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Coconut Sugar Lemon Squares

So you suddenly wanted to prepare some delicious treats for your family. Don’t worry. We got your back. These Coconut Sugar Lemon Squares might just be the perfect recipe you need. Here’s how you make it.

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Healthy Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins

Healthy Gluten Free Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins - so moist and chewy that you won't believe they are dairy free, low fat, only 145 calories and perfect for breakfast or snack!

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Summer Ham with Coconut Butter Glaze

Coconut butter may not be on the top of your ingredient list when you think about grilling, but maybe it should be. Especially when it’s used to glaze the most amazing grilled bone-in ham. Yes, we said grilled and bone-in ham in the same sentence. Like its holiday-meal cousin the whole turkey, bone-in ham is inexpensive, versatile and available all year long. Ham is everyone’s favorite for picnics and sandwich dinners, but who wants to roast a ham in the oven for hours when the temperature outside is reaching levels to rival the sun’s surface? With a little grill mastery you can cook an entire ham outside. The trick is to create a cool and hot side on the grill. It’s easy, really; simply pile up the charcoals on only one side of the grill pan, leaving the other side empty. If you use a gas grill it’s even easier, only heat the burners on one side. Now that you know the trick, let’s get cooking.

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Coconut Macaroons- A Symphony of Textures

Can you keep a secret? Coconut macaroons are ridiculously easy to make. Yep, those tempting little stacks of coconut and cream that you pay a fortune for at the bakery are actually a snap to make at home. Our coconut macaroons include two unique differences from most other recipes. These little changes make a big impact when it comes to flavor. First, we toast half of the coconut to bring out the deep, nutty flavor everyone loves. Leaving half the coconut fresh means the finished macaroons will still be soft and chewy. So you get the best of both cookie worlds: crispy and chewy! The second unique addition is our use of coconut cream. We’ve replaced half of the condensed milk with thick, velvety coconut cream, a condensed version of coconut milk. Using unsweetened coconut cream for part of the liquid increases the natural coconut aroma and flavor of the cookie. It also helps balance the level sweetness which can be cloying in some macaroon recipes.

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Carrot Cake Granola with Coconut Nectar

If carrot cake is your favorite springtime dessert but you draw the line at eating it for breakfast, our carrot cake granola with coconut nectar will fill the bill. It’s almost like eating vegetables for breakfast! And if you don’t know, organic coconut nectar syrup is a lightly sweet syrup that’s collected by hand from coconut palm blossoms. It’s lower on the glycemic index than other sweeteners and is rich in essential nutrients. So not only is it low in sugar, our recipe is filled with good-for-you fats from nuts and coconut oil. This granola works just as well as a serving of cereal or to top yogurt or ice cream. Roasting dehydrates the carrots and brings out their natural sweetness and the warm flavors of toasty oats and nuts are almost as comforting as an actual slice of cake. One of the best things about making your own granola is that you can adjust the ingredients and recipes to taste exactly the way you like them. But we do hope you’ll enjoy this granola with organic coconut nectar syrup recipe just as it is. All that’s missing is a dollop of cream cheese frosting! Hmm…

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Gluten-Free Coconut Flour Brownies

Few things in life are better than a rich chocolaty brownie. But having all that yumminess and staying gluten-free can be a challenge. Some recipes for organic coconut flour brownies taste more like a coconut shell than the moist chewy treat you crave. That may be because organic coconut flour can’t be equally substituted for grain flour. Organic coconut flour is the dried, ground meat of the coconut. It is very dry and absorbent. Recipes using it require more liquid in order for the finished product to be moist and delicious. The addition of 6 eggs and a bit of applesauce ensure our brownies won’t become hockey pucks! Because organic coconut flour is high in protein and fiber, you can enjoy these brownies knowing they’re more than empty calories.

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Warm-Your-Bones Coconut Drink with Coconut

Move over hot chocolate, there’s a new hot coconut drink in town. Sometimes a chocolaty, sugary drink is exactly what you want, but other times something a little lighter is in order. Our coconut drink with organic coconut sugar will not only warm your bones, it’s lactose free, low in sugar and provides a dose of healthy, delicious coconut oil. Enjoy this drink at breakfast, as a nutritious snack or snuggle up with a mug before bedtime. The kids will love it with cookies or with popcorn for family movie night. Once you’ve served it the first time, be prepared to make this yummy drink regularly because everyone who tries it will ask for more. Soy, dairy or other types of nut milk can be used, but the light, clean taste of rice milk allows the fruity taste and aroma of coconut to shine through. Since it contains organic extra virgin coconut oil, organic coconut sugar and shredded coconut it is loaded with tropical flavor. What an unexpected treat in a warm drink!

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