13 September, 2017

Win A Selection of Cocofina Coconut Goodies

The huge popularity of coconut oil continues and, whether you use it to cook, clean, refuel your body or take it as a health supplement, many of us now keep a jar or two in our cupboards.

 

Hamper of Cocofina coconut products

I have recently discovered Cocofina coconut products which are organic, vegan and vegetarian-friendly, and, most importantly taste great.

Their products are certified organic by the UK Soil Association and many have won Great Taste Awards from the Guild of Fine Food.

You may even have seen them on Dragons Den where they won support from Dragons Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins.  Cocofina products will now be available in the Lakeland Christmas catalogue this year and also Holland & Barrett.

They call themselves “The Coconut Experts” and their products are intriguingly packaged and design to encourage you to incorporate the goodness of coconut into as many dishes as possible.

For example, there’s Organic Coconut Chips as well as Organic Coconut Flour and Organic Coconut Sugar. Cocofina Coconut Chips are made by shaving thin peels from the coconut meat and then lightly toasting them.  They are great for snacking or adding to your food to add a bit of crispy nuttiness.

Or how about some 100% pure Coconut Water?  It’s full of electrolytes and high in potassium, which is an ideal combination to keep you healthy and hydrated.

Coconut water is naturally isotonic and hydrates you faster than water when working out. It also has only 25 Kcal per 100ml.

I love the individual 10ml sachets of coconut oil, just right for frying or even oil pulling for brighter, whiter teeth!

There are also some really unusual products like coconut vinegar and a great selection of gift boxes, ideal for Christmas.

And of course, there’s Cocofina Coconut Oil in a 450ml jar, a healthier alternative for frying, roasting and baking.  This one is described as neutral and does not have the taste or aroma of coconut so it’s a great everyday oil and you can also use it for moisturising the hair and body.

Selection of Cocofina Coconut products & coconut oil

If you would like to try Cocofina products for yourself, I have a great selection to give away, including:-

450 ml coconut oil
Coconut chips
Coconut oil sachets
200ml Coconut Water
Selection of Coconut snack bars

Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget and the usual terms and conditions apply which can be viewed on my giveaways page.  UK entrants only and the giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 13th October.

You can find out more about Cocofina products at www.coconfina.com.

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Good luck

 

201 responses to “Win A Selection of Cocofina Coconut Goodies”

  1. Kelly White says:

    As a hair mask, it makes my hair so soft!

  2. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    On my hair -leaves it soft smooth and frizz free

  3. Julie Kenny says:

    I love using it on my hair to help reduce frizz and its also great for shaving my legs! x

  4. Iris W says:

    I use it mainly to cook and my daughter uses it as a hairmask

  5. A S,Edinburgh says:

    In beauty treatments – my hair loves it! Brilliant prize, thanks for running the giveaway.

  6. sam macaree says:

    in fat bombs for the keto diet

  7. Helen Blake says:

    On my skin, it makes a lovely moisturiser

  8. Ruth Harwood says:

    I tend to use it in my curries xx

  9. Amanda Baggott says:

    In beauty treatments I make for myself 🙂

  10. Annabel Greaves says:

    I really conditions my hair well

  11. Kim M says:

    Like to use it as a cuticle oil x

  12. john prendergast says:

    I mainly use it for cooking

  13. Claire C says:

    On toast with a boiled egg

  14. jo liddement says:

    I use coconut oil in cooking for baking and making cacao and coconut sweets.

  15. Ritchie says:

    Coconut chips as a snack.

  16. Angela Treadway says:

    As a hair masque x

  17. sarah m says:

    I use it in my hair as a mask! Works wonders!

  18. laura banks says:

    in a thai curry

  19. fiona waterworth says:

    I add it to my coffee

  20. Fiona King says:

    as a once weekly hair treatment

  21. SHIRLEY EVANS says:

    I use it as a moisturiser

  22. Laura Nice says:

    I use it in my hair! 🙂

  23. Debbie W says:

    making cakes!

  24. rebecca h says:

    I use it as a healing cream for fresh tattoos! It’s so much kinder than bepanthan and smells delicious

  25. stuart hargreaves says:

    I bob it in my soups it adds a nice taste

  26. Sam Crossman says:

    We just use it for shallow frying to give a subtle but delicious flavour!

  27. melanie stirling says:

    To make omlettes in.

  28. Hazel Rea says:

    As a hair conditioner.

  29. Sarah Mackay says:

    In bath bombs

  30. pete c says:

    always in cooking

  31. Ellen Nixon says:

    I love it in curries

  32. Lauren Bates says:

    Coconut oil is a great eye makeup remover! It also moisturises my eyelashes

  33. Annaloa Hilmarsdottir says:

    as hair conditioner, it leaves me smelling like heaven.

  34. Susie Wilkinson says:

    In my hair to make it soft and well hydrated

  35. Helen Thurston says:

    I use a little to fry some slices of Fry’s family foods polony (vegan) – it crisps up like bacon for a butty!

  36. Susie Wilkinson says:

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  37. paula cheadle says:

    I use it on my dry patches of skin

  38. cheryl hadfield says:

    as a hair mask

  39. Clare Hubbard says:

    It makes a fantastic moisturiser

  40. Jo Carroll says:

    Coconut Oil is amazing in shampoos and conditioners. x

  41. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I use it as hair conditioner

  42. Claire glace says:

    On my skin after shaving x

  43. Pauline Hill says:

    I use it as a moisturiser alo for my hair

  44. Lorna Roberts says:

    In rice to get a real Thai flavour.

  45. amy bondoc says:

    i love using it on my hair

  46. Michelle Smith says:

    On my face to keep it lovely and soft.

  47. clair downham says:

    to nourish dry skin

  48. Jean Cassell says:

    On my face. Very hydrating.

  49. laura stewart says:

    i use it on my hair x

  50. Kristyn Harris says:

    In my hair as a conditioner

  51. Yolanda Davis says:

    i use it a lot in shampoos, conditioners and body lotions

  52. Solange says:

    As a frizz tamer for my hair.

  53. Ashleigh Allan says:

    For my skin

  54. Jade Hewlett says:

    To cook with

  55. Mel Turner says:

    On dry skin

  56. Carole E says:

    It makes my hair lovely and soft

  57. Tiffeny Brown says:

    My favourite way to use coconut oil is to remove my makeup! 🙂 x

  58. Carolyn says:

    I use it to soften my skin

  59. Roxanne Simmonds says:

    I put it on my hair and skin twice a week, I also oil pull with it daily ?

  60. Kat B says:

    To make vegan chocolate cakes with!

  61. Sheena Batey says:

    I have never used it before I look forward to seeing just how useful it is.

  62. Christine Lockley says:

    So many uses – as a hair mask, a face cream and I also use on my cuticles as well as in cooking – great for stirfrys, omelettes and cupcakes (or cake)

  63. Andrea Upton says:

    I use it for roast potatoes

  64. James Miller says:

    I use it for cooking, mainly stir frys.

  65. lorraine kirk says:

    I love to cook Caribbean curry with it.

  66. Sarah Pybus says:

    For making lovely crispy roast potatoes 🙂

  67. Marc H says:

    I’ve used it as a moisturiser for years.

  68. claire woods says:

    On my skin.

  69. Dawn Hull says:

    It is ideal to use in cooking.

  70. maria says:

    I use it as an overnight hair conditioner

  71. Lori Darling says:

    I mainly use it for cooking

  72. Ren Taylor says:

    I often use it as a hair mask x

  73. Chrissy Harris says:

    As a moisturiser for cracked heels

  74. olivia kirby says:

    I like using it in my baking and to make pancakes

  75. Charlotte says:

    my hair! it leaves it so nice!

  76. Laura Jeffs says:

    As a conditioner on my hair

  77. Leila Benhamida says:

    Love using coconut oil as an hand moisturiser.

  78. hannah igoe says:

    I really like to bake cakes with it

  79. Lorraine Mabbitt says:

    I use it for cooking

  80. Carol Anne Robson says:

    I thought it could only be used in food?! I will need to buy again use in my hair x

  81. Naila M says:

    I love to use coconut oil as a moisturiser, definitely makes my skin soft 🙂

  82. Nancy Bradford says:

    I love to use it in a warm cherry salad dressing- it adds a nice flavour x

  83. Linda King says:

    I use coconut oil for cooking

  84. Katie Skeoch says:

    Shaving balm & moisturiser, perfect for your legs

  85. Rich Tyler says:

    To cook STIR FRY with!

  86. Amy Wright says:

    I mix it with a little salt, rub it all over my feet and put socks on and leave it overnight and then voila – smooth soft feet!

  87. Gillian Brewster says:

    I use it in 2 main ways in cooking and on my hair.

  88. Lisa Parker says:

    I love using it in cooking and as a moisturizer for my skin x

  89. maria blythin says:

    i use it as a skin moisturiser and hair conditioner x

  90. Kelly White says:

    As a hair conditioner

  91. Janet Birkin says:

    Hair Conditioner

  92. Nadia Josephine says:

    I use it on my hair to make it soft and shiney! It works so well!!

  93. Mary Davis says:

    To put in hot drink with raw egg, almond milk, olive oil & vanilla essence – delish!! 😀

  94. Mary H says:

    I’ve been using it on my curly hair as a de-frizzer since I discovered it in Thaliland in 2002. So lush!

  95. Sadiyya Maryam says:

    As a moisturiser for my daughter’s dry skin and it does work wonders.

  96. Josh G says:

    I love to use it for cooking

  97. purpleshoes says:

    I love to use it in my cooking

  98. Jacqueline Jackson says:

    I love using it has an Overnight hair treatment.

  99. Daniel Harrison says:

    It’s really good in food actually!

  100. Jason Tolliss says:

    Mainly in cooking, particularly Thai food

  101. Anya Sargent says:

    On my dry skin

  102. Tracey Susan Anderson says:

    I love the use of it in cooking 🙂 x

  103. Stevie says:

    I hear it’s really good for whitening your teeth.

  104. Ellie Wilde says:

    I use it as an alternative to any other oil in cooking!

  105. Jessica Barber says:

    To make homemade body butters and lipbalms!

  106. Tracy Gladman says:

    I like to use it in cooking

  107. Emily C says:

    In baking – has an amazing flavour and helps make great vegan items.

  108. CRAIG AUSTIN says:

    Cooking

  109. Hali Kinson says:

    I love using it to bath my baby

  110. Tracey Mitchell says:

    This is brilliant to cook with and as a hair mask.

  111. i love it for baking cakes!

  112. Lynn Neal says:

    I like to use it for cooking

  113. Lisa Conn says:

    Mainly for frying

  114. lorraine polley says:

    use it mainly for cooking, my family prefer it

  115. Jackie Howell says:

    i love to cook with it

  116. Katrina Adams says:

    I use it in my hair as it makes it really soft and shiny. I also like to cook with it.

  117. Carole Nott says:

    coconut is so versatile – can be used in cooking and as a moisturiser

  118. Kim Neville says:

    I use for cooking and also on my dry skin

  119. michelle o'neill says:

    on my skin x makes it so soft x

  120. I use coconut oil when making stir frys and thai curries – adds fantastic flavour

  121. sheri darby says:

    I use it as moisturiser

  122. Patricia Avery says:

    To condition my hair 🙂

  123. Christina Palmer says:

    Love to use it in my Curries

  124. Heather Brannan says:

    In my hair, it gives me a glossy mane

  125. AMANDA WARD says:

    i use it once a week in my hair! keeps it nice and fresh! 🙂

  126. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    In cooking and to moisturise my skin

  127. Emilia nastaly-howard says:

    In bath 🙂

  128. katie smith says:

    As make up remover 🙂

  129. Allan Fullarton says:

    I really conditions my hair well

  130. Hazel Rea says:

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  131. Lee Whittaker says:

    As a healthier replacement for oil when frying

  132. Lucia says:

    Cooking – such a great alternative to traditional oils.

  133. donna l jones says:

    in my cooking

  134. Winnie Fox says:

    I love using coconut oil in my baking

  135. Rachel White says:

    I use it my cooking.. skin & hair

  136. JULIE WARD says:

    I’ve never used it for anything so this would be a first time

  137. Kayleigh Robinson says:

    My fave is to use it in my hair. Once a week I put it on and leave it overnight and wash it out the next day. Makes my hair super healthy and shiny.

  138. Sam Parkes says:

    For cooking as a healthier alternative to vegetable oil

  139. Adrian Bold says:

    I use it mainly to cook as an alternative to vegetable oil.

  140. Allison Sherwood says:

    I like to add a few drops to my bath as it really helps my dry skin x

  141. Carly Elford says:

    In healthy fudge!

  142. Rebecca roberts says:

    I use it in my cooking and on my skin and in my hair

  143. Kevin Cannon says:

    i use cconut oil for shallow frying

  144. Angela Cringle says:

    I use it to make my hair smoother

  145. natalee gosiewski says:

    curry or stir fry

  146. carol boffey says:

    curry and stir fry

  147. Meryl Thomas says:

    I use it on my hair, and sometimes as a balm for my skin.

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  148. Meryl Thomas says:

    I use it as a balm for my skin.

  149. Mark Wall says:

    My missus uses it as moisturiser.

  150. jamie Millard says:

    in rice!

  151. Cas says:

    As a moisturiser 🙂

  152. Susan Hall says:

    On dry skin

  153. frances hopkins says:

    For cooking or one my hair x

  154. Tammy Neal says:

    On my skin xx

  155. Angela Macdonald says:

    as a skin moisturiser or hair treatment

  156. Sarah Wilson says:

    On my hair to add moisture.

  157. claire w says:

    For my skin makes a perfect natural moisturiser

  158. Lyndsey Bruce says:

    I like to cook with it and I also use it as a deep conditioner on my hair

  159. Sarah Roberts says:

    A weekly hair treatment, works wonders

  160. Jackie Fisher says:

    Once a week on hair

  161. astrid c says:

    cooking first and for my body and hair x

  162. jacqui rankine says:

    My hair always welcome it.

  163. Lucy Chester says:

    As hair conditioner to stop my hair being so frizzy

  164. Karen Durrant says:

    I use it on my skin

  165. Danica Clarke says:

    I use it for cooking and especially like adding a little to my rice

  166. Naomi Williams says:

    I actually haven’t tried coconut oil yet, but would like to try

  167. Bev Cannar says:

    Cooking sautéed sweet potatoes

  168. caroline tokes says:

    I use it on my hair. I commented on Banish Grubbiness At Professor Scrubbington’s Emporium Of Clean post

  169. Lauren Stebbings says:

    I love using it on the ends of my hair and letting it soak in over night.

  170. Maria P says:

    In a curry, it gives perfect taste to the meal

  171. Kat Allinson says:

    I use it in curries and also on my dry legs, nothing moisturises them quite the same

  172. sarah robertson says:

    I use it on my hair and on my hands when they are dry. Love the smell.

  173. Samantha Atherton says:

    I use it on my skin

  174. Diana says:

    In cooking, curry especially 🙂

  175. Michelle Wild says:

    For cooking though I’m sure it’s fattening as it’s too nice.

  176. Karen R says:

    As a daily moisturiser for my face!

  177. Adrian Clarke says:

    Home made currys.

  178. Keith Hunt says:

    Never seen it before

  179. Lee Hardy says:

    use it for cooking

  180. Gillian Benham says:

    I use Coconut Oil for lot’s of different things, but mostly to hydrate my skin and put off sign’s of aging (not sure it’s working though) also good for frizzy hair!

  181. caroline kelly says:

    I use it everyday on my daughter’s afro hair! She hasn’t had nits yet either – touch wood!

  182. Cerys John says:

    When I’m making a thai curry- gives it an extra coconut hit!

  183. Kerry Brown says:

    I love it in my coffee and on my skin

  184. Inga Andersen says:

    I use it in curries for frying the onions and spices, it add a gorgeous flavour

  185. Simone Griffin says:

    I love to cook with it as it’s so versatile x

  186. Catherine Gregory says:

    I use it in a lot of recipes in place of butter

  187. jackie curran says:

    I like to use it in curry or coconut rice

  188. Carly Belsey (@carlychoc2) says:

    I use it as a skin moisturiser everyday. I also use it in cooking. Thank you

  189. Rachael O'Brien says:

    I’ve never used it !!

  190. Stewart Biddle says:

    On my hair

  191. Tee Simpson says:

    I like to use it on my skin

  192. Fiona jk42 says:

    I like to use it for cooking and to make no-bake energy balls

  193. Jennifer Baker says:

    I use it to cook curries x x

  194. Natalie Gillham says:

    As a sexual lubricant!

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