Friday, 21 March 2014

Food on Friday: Coconut


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Food on Friday: Coconut is looking for dishes which use any part of the coconut – coconut water (which seems to be 'in' right now), milk, cream, fresh coconut, desiccated coconut, coconut essence – whatever.

I'll be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard – if you pop over to it you will be able to see the dishes at a glance and choose which ones to check out in detail.

To add a dish to the collection just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and paste the url of your post about it into the second one.

You don't need to leave a comment if you're a regular, but if you're a first timer please do leave a comment so we can welcome you to the Food on Friday community!

Have coconutty fun!

 PS  For some other inspiration head over to this Need Some Inspiration post

44 comments:

  1. I adore coconut! What a great idea!

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  2. Thanks, Carole, for inviting me to post. My coconut milk pound cake is one of my all time favourites. Super coco-nutty!

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  3. Thanks Carole, this is a great low carb recipe, only 2 gms per biscuit.

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  4. Thanks for always including me Carole. I'm sharing my favourite Coconut Cream Pie.

    ~Ann

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  5. Love coconut! Had a ton of recipes to share.

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  6. Hi, Carole,
    The Brown Sugar Coconut Topping (#21) is great on other cakes, too!!
    I added the link to your blog to the list of Blogging Friends on my blog.
    Hope new friends drop by your way soon :-)

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  7. Hi, Carole! Love this theme! We've got lots of coconut recipes, but I chose just a few - coconut in oatmeal and bar cookies and energy ball "Snack Bites" - yum! Thanks, as always!

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  8. Hi Carole - thank you! It looks as though coconut is very popular.

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  9. I'm a coconut FREAK!!! But out of all the stuff I make with it, this is my absolute favorite!

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  10. just added my easter cupcakes with chocolate coconut nests! thank you!

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  11. I posted my version of rice cereal bars - better than the classic!

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  12. Chocolate and coconut are one of my favorite combinations!

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  13. Coconut is one of my favourite ingredients.

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  14. Sorry I haven't been linking for a while, hope you enjoy all the coconut treats

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  15. I think I linked...but it's not showing up. Lilikoi-Coconut MOffin.

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  16. Great topic this week! Thanks, Carole!!

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  17. Thanks Carole my entry is a good old fashioned macaroon recipe.

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  18. Coconut! That is one that I can really get on board with, I have so many coconut recipes up!

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  19. Thank you for the invite. Shared a coconut pudding cake (Haupia cake). Looking forward to seeing the other links too.

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    1. Welcome to Food on Friday - great to have you join us!

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  20. Thank you for hosting, Carole. Turns out I don't use a lot of coconut! I'm sharing this on google+

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  21. Thanks for the invitation, Carole! I look forward to seeing what the theme is next week!

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    1. Welcome to Food on Friday - great to have you along!

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  22. Thanks Carole - One of my favourite ingredients to work with! :)

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  23. Coconut doesn't get used too much around here ... my other half really dislikes it - but I still manage to sneak it into some things!

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  24. Sharing two today, a fish recipe and a granola recipe. Both are delicious! Thanks for hosting.

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  25. Hi Carole, I dropped by with Coconut Crusted Cod. Thanks for hosting :)

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  26. I use coconut oil in cooking and also a lot of the skin care items I make, so I shared my Coconut/Jojoba Oil Face Cream, hope you like it. Thanks for hosting this Carole!

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  27. I posted my Coconut Oil Fudge too, Carole. It is most nutritious easy to make fudge I know of!

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  28. Gotta love coconut! I posted my "End of Summer Pie" made with a graham cracker crust, baked pineapple, strawberry, and topped off with coconut for flavor flair!

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  29. Thanks for hosting. I linked up my Orange Cranberry Granola because it incorporates unsweetened shredded coconut. It's also one of my favorite granola recipes. :)

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  30. I used my Paleo Cake! It's delicious with coconut flakes and coconut oil!

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  31. I've been a on a real coconut milk kick lately so have lots of recipes to share here! Thanks for hosting!

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  32. Try this typical Malaysian dish. Creamy and spicy.

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  33. Good Morning Carole, Coconut is one of my favourite foods, especially when it is combined with chocolate..... it's heaven. So I have added my favourite Chocolate and Coconut Cake.... I hope you enjoy it.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  34. Didn't realize I had so many coconut recipes. Thanks for the invite again.

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  35. Holy cow, I was #128! That's a lot of coconut!

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  36. Classic coconut pudding from Puerto Rico. Enjoy!

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  37. Wow! These coconut recipes sound delicious. Happy weekend.

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  38. Lovely choice of themes! I love coconut :) Thanks for hosting

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  39. Whew! Ok, so that was a hard one! I couldn't decide between my Chunky Monkey Granola bars and my Coconut Banana Pancakes...then I realized the link was still open for Coconut and then I couldn't decide between the pancakes or my Almond Joy Granola...then I realized the chocolate link was still open! Clearly, I'm not thinking straight tonight. And CLEARLY I need to get better about remembering to link as soon as I get your email! Lol

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  40. Been out of town and not able to link anything until the other day, but I finally got my Coconut Surprise Pie in the link up. Thanks so much for this, I love looking for new recipes.

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