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June 23, 2014

Quoquos Coconut Oils


At last, enjoy the full health-giving benefits of the only extra virgin coconut oil blend to support digestion through our unique sunflower lecithin formulation. Quoquos is perfect as a daily supplement in nutritional shakes or an addition to your pre or post workout drink to boost energy and feel satisfied. 

Quoquos Coco Lecithin Boost imparts also a rich flavor to smoothies, and is wonderful for stir fries and to sauté vegetables. Add it to rice, pasta and soups for a luscious, coco-nutty taste or anywhere you use olive oil or butter, including for baking.


Quoquos coco choco boost is the perfect addition to your pre or post workout drink to boost energy and feel satisfied. 

This coconut oil comes with the addition of lecithin to support digestion and great tasting organic cocoa flavor. With the added organic unsweetened cocoa you can also create velvety smoothies, and infuse a yummy chocolate-coconut taste into any dessert, from puddings to brownies.


I was excited to try these. For one thing, we have been using coconut oil on my son's skin because it is so dry, but now that our dog has discovered that baby tastes like coconut, we can't use it anymore as it all gets licked off, lol. Yes, this really happens. Since then we've been trying to use coconut oil in more recipes, like this tasty chocolate square recipe below:

  • 1/2 cup natural unsweetened cocoa
  • 1/3 cup + 1 T coconut oil, warmed
  • 3 tablespoons fruit juice concentrate
  • 2 tablespoons finely shredded coconut (optional topping)
  • 2 tablespoons finely chopped walnuts (optional topping)

In a small bowl, warm coconut oil and stir in cocoa. Add fruit juice concentrate (or concentrate mixture) and stir to complete intense flavor blend and to create a smooth texture. Pour mixture into a flat bowl lined with wax paper (press a sheet of wax paper between two bowls), then sprinkle on toppings if desired.
Turn the second bowl upside down to create a temporary cover and refrigerate for several hours. When firm in the center (chilled, but not completely hardened), slice into squares and store in a covered container in the refrigerator.

YUM! There is so much more you can do with coconut, so try it for yourself today!

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