We have listed recipes on the blog but have rounded up recipes that use coconut oil in specific diets. We hope you find them useful resources and encourage you to start or continue using coconut oil in your diet.
Going gluten-free or vegan can pose as a challenge especially if you are used to eating certain foods that are all of a sudden in the list of foods to avoid/stop eating.
There is a diet called the Coconut Oil Diet. It’s a bit like the Atkins diet with the addition of 2-3 tbsp of coconut oil every day.
The classic BLT recipe taken for a spin! This recipe is perfect for a fast lunch or dinner!
Quinoa is high in protein, gluten-free and comes in different forms. Just like corn, it can be puffed or rolled into flakes or you can buy it whole. This makes it a great alternative to granola as a crunchy snack and a healthy alternative to chips or candy.
This is a recipe for stove-style popcorn. You can either cook the kernels on a traditional stove or use an air popper. Either way, add a couple of tablespoons of Skinny Coconut Oil and a pinch of salt for a flavor-rich and sweet punch of popcorn flavor!
These chewy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies have a wonderfully soft texture that makes them perfect for a treat anytime of the day. Make it healthier by using Skinny Coconut oil instead of butter. This would boost your metabolism and make you burn those chocolate chips faster – a win-win in this indulgence!
Everyone needs those snacks that are quick to prepare for an on-the-go lifestyle! Try this guacamole with Skinny Coconut Oil and you'll be eating it in no time!
When we arrived at Mermaid Island we were invited for a “Dock Dinner.” Each boat would prepare a dish and then we would have a communal feast on the island. I began the day long preparation of my latest invention Deep-fried Coconut Cod Fritters.
If you love baking and want to find ways to bake healthier goods, one of the treats you can bake is banana bread. With real bananas, it is nutritious and delicious – even your kids will love it.
Who says you can’t indulge on sweets when you are on a quest to be healthy? You can still get your sweet fix that is nutritious and delicious but still healthy to begin with. You can whip this chocolate sweet treat in less than five minutes – and the best part of this is it’s no bake!
It maybe surprising to some but chocolate, when taken in moderation, can be good for you (especially when you add coconut oil!). Chocolate, especially the dark version, has strong antioxidants that are good for your body!
Homemade granola is a healthy and delicious treat. It can be a great alternative as a go-to snack when you are hungry. It packs on a lot of protein and the good kind of carbohydrates to be able to give your energy. Most of the granola you buy on stores is high on sugars and unhealthy fats and oil.
One of the ways to be able to ingest more coconut oil is replace your cooking oil with coconut oil! Coconut oil has a high smoke point, making it absolutely ideal for cooking – especially frying. It also has the good kind of fats, medium fatty acids, that not only give you more energy, but also help burn fats faster.