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Double Chocolate Zucchini Brownies View Comments (1)
Your recipe states baking powder, but in the directions references baking soda. I'm assuming it's powder by the amount. :)
Hi Julie, thanks for dropping us a line. Yes, it is baking powder. :)
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Pie in a Jar View Comments (1)
Darren J Carr
Looks Yummy. We'll have to make. Thanks for posting the recipe. Have a great day. God Bless.
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Granny’s Beef Rollups View Comments (1)
Kay Tee
Just curious. Why is there a tomato and red (purple) cabbage in the roll-up picture but not in the recipe?
Hi Kay Tee, thank you for dropping us a line! There aren't any tomatoes or cabbage in this recipe. What you're seeing is sliced red onions and red bell pepper slices. Tomato and cabbage might be fun to try though! :-)
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Baked Ranch Chicken View Comments (1)
Tasted great, but unable to get the skin crispy. What's the secret?
Hi Terranjo! Thanks so much for dropping us a line! Next time maybe try patting off your chicken pieces with a paper towel to make sure they aren't wet with water/chicken juices before putting them in the baking pan. Also, make sure to only use the 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil to oil your pan. Too much oil will prevent the skin from becoming crispy. Good luck! :-)
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Mushroom & Red Pepper Mozzarella Omelet View Comments (1)
wonderful combination of ingredients. I recommend crepes instead of omelet.
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Gluten-Free Cinnamon Chia Banana Muffins View Comments (1)
Cynthia A Schoenbauer
Can you use gelatin powder instead of collagen?
Hi Cynthia, thanks for dropping us a line! Unfortunately we cannot provide substitutions because they cannot be tested by us. Good luck!
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Coconut Cream After Dinner Mints View Comments (1)
This is so funny because I was searching for a recipe like this, saw the picture on this dish (which I have that exact dishware) and thought "Oh, I must have made these before and posted a picture!" But, alas, you have the same dishes as me! I'm looking forward to trying this this week.
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Matcha and Coconut Butter Truffles View Comments (1)
Me, and everyone who I have ever shared these with, loves them!
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars View Comments (1)
You need to include nutritional information.
Hello Sue! Because a majority of our recipes are submitted by other people we can't provide nutritional information for the recipes. You can find that information online with a quick google search.
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Bone Broth & Collagen Protein Bars View Comments (2)
David Anton
Looks good for Keto, except for the honey. Alternative? Fiber Yum, something like that? Only question for keto, how many carbs?
Hi David! Thanks for reaching out to us! We typically don't provide recipe substitutions because those they cannot be tested by us. We also cannot provide nutritional information for recipes because they come from different authors. With some experimentation, you should be able to substitute your favorite keto-friendly sweetener in this recipe. Good luck! :-)
How many grams of protein and how many calories
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Creamy Dairy-Free Lime Pie View Comments (1)
This is the BEST!! I have made this for a few years -- I no longer make the crust -- I found it too hard, and needed to change it but have not -- I suspect need to use solid/softened coc oil, do not use liquid - I think it made it too dense. I have used KEY LIME juice that I bought in Florida on vacation - in stores or at the airport. I like this to be very tart, definitely use the zest -- I serve it more like a pudding in small dessert cups or plastic shot glasses -- found some GF Coconut rolls/wafers that make a nice presentaion - just pop one into dish prior to serving. This freezes amazingly well - cannot tell it was frozen and does not change the consistency once thawed == great to make a double batch!
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Grain Free Cauliflower Fried Rice View Comments (2)
Kari H.
I have pre-shredded cauliflower rice in my freezer and would like to know the measurements for substitution, i.e. how many cups of “rice” did you get from 3 medium/large heads of cauliflower? Thanks!
Kari H.
I have pre-shredded cauliflower rice in my freezer and would like to know the measurements for substitution, i.e. how many cups of "rice" did you get from 3 medium/large heads of cauliflower? Thanks!
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Coconut Butter Lemon Bars View Comments (1)
This is one of your best posts. Perhaps I think this, because I so much appreciate
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Low-Carb Strawberry Icebox Bars View Comments (1)
Ted Shatz
I'm allergic to Almonds....can I substitute Tapioca flour/starch instead?
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Gluten Free Carrot Cake with Tangy Vanilla Frosting View Comments (1)
Made this as a double layer cake and it was moist and delicious. Only change was stevia powder as sweetener
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Cassava and Almond Flour Biscuits and Gravy View Comments (1)
Ash Greymane
Tasted good but not anywhere near bread-like consistency. Came out more like cookies.
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Coconut Creamy Oatmeal View Comments (1)
How much water do we need to bring to boil? Am I missing the amount?
Admin - Orissa
cajunchick, The standard ratio of water to rolled oats is 2:1. Double the amount of water depending on the amount of oats called for. :)
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Carrot Coconut Raisin Salad View Comments (1)
Sounds very good. Will definitely try it. Linda.
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Coconut Flour Peach Cobbler View Comments (1)
Mary Ekroos
Can you please provide the calorie, carb and fat content per serving on your recipes?
Admin - Orissa
Hi Mary, thanks for your question. Since these recipes are user submitted, we do not provide the nutritional content information. There are online calculators that can provide per serving info.
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Fried Fish Steaks View Comments (1)
Shirley Dobbins
The comment for this oil is, it is best for deep frying. I noticed you sautéed the onions and green pepper in olive oil instead of the palm oil....wondering why you would not use it for all frying/sautéing.
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Avocado Chocolate Coconut Fudge View Comments (2)
Betty Squyres
I plan to use Xylitol/Stevia mix instead of cane sugar. Maple syrup should probably also work - or even Honey (just be careful when using honey & start with less than this or any other recipe calls for - may be too sweet & may end up tasting like Honey fudge). I used the exact amt when I used Honey in Ice Cream & it ended up tasting like Honey Ice Cream - not what I wanted.
Can honey or maple syrup be used instead of the cane sugar?
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Chicken in Zesty Lime-Cilantro Sauce View Comments (1)
Sylvia Wilson
This recipe sounds good. Raise metabolism, curry powder.
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Chili + Dark Chocolate Cookies View Comments (1)
Colleen russell
Do you make face cream. If not should I use the oil? Also Does the coconut cream go on sale. I am 78 and on fixed income so I like to buy on sale. Thank you Colleen Russell
Admin - Orissa
Colleen, Thank you for reaching out to us! Our coconut oil is packaged as dietary oil for food, however, many customers do use it as a skin or hair moisturizer.   Filipinos are well-known for their youthful appearance and soft skin, even though they live in a climate that exposes them to the sun’s rays year round. Coconut oil is their main dietary oil, and is also the main ingredient in their skin care products.   You may like to view our skin care products made with Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut oil here:   Our skin care line was developed because we wanted to offer something with no chemical additives, something that would be good for your skin!   Tropical Traditions skin care line is full of great products that do not contain parabens or artificial chemicals. Our special emulsifying wax that combines the water and oils together is a proprietary blend and is not soy based. The palm stearic is a natural component of our Palm Oil. We feel that all of our skin care products are good for the skin and are compatible with the philosophy of our company, 'The closer to natural the better'.   We especially recommend our moisturizing creams and lotions for facial use, or you may simply use our Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil as the Filipinos traditionally do. Please visit this link for more information on our complete line of skin care products:     Yes, our Coconut Cream Concentrate goes on sale regularly, as well as our Coconut Oils, and Moisturizing Lotions and Creams! We do not know our sales in advance, but you can check out our current sales here: or Subscribe here:
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Gluten Free Coconut Flour Brownies View Comments (1)
Can I make this without the flax seeds? I need recipes that are grain free, nut and seed free. Thanks.
Ralph Meeker
I'll bet the Flax Seeds(Meal) are used in the recipe as a surrogate for a large egg. I think you'd do just as well by sustituting Chia seeds for Flax seeds.
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Creamed Summer Squash View Comments (1)
Carol wilson
It would be SO nice if you would give us a way to print these delicious recipes!
Admin - Orissa
Hi Carol, Thank you for your suggestion. That may become an option in the future. Right now the recipe can be copied from the website into something like Microsoft Word and printed from there. :)
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