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  • Week 2 of #BetterYou with GoCoco

    Week 2 of January down and we are going strong! Another great week of #BetterYou advice from everyone on social media! Down below are some of the winners from this week that were announced on Twitter. Our previous weeks winners are in the following blog.

    Don't forget you can enter on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and increase you chances of winning a case of GoCoco. Let's push onto Week 3, you're doing great!

    Thank you to everyone that entered so far. If you didn't see your name, don't fret, there are plenty more chances this month to win a case of GoCoco Coconut Water, the perfect companion to help you be a #BetterYou.

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  • GoCoco Champers Punch

    The big day is nearly here. New Years Eve is often a very stressful time; what to wear, where to go, what are we having as a tipple, how are we getting home? Yup, stress!

    Let's take care of at least one thing; your drink.

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    Since it's NYE, we have opted for an alcoholic fruit punch. Don't worry, there is no need to add the champagne (fancy!) element to it and it still hits the spot. And better yet, it's Vegan, Gluten Free, Soy Free and No Sugar Added...your health campaign has practically started.

    What you need:

    This makes 3 cups of punch; double or triple amounts if required

    • 1 1/2 cups of GoCoco Coconut Water
    • 1 cup+ champagne or white wine* (optional)
    • 1/2 cup+ orange juice (or other juice; pineapple, apple, pomegranate, grape)
    • 1/4 cup to 2 cups+ fruit, frozen or fresh (quantity used will vary from a couple berries or cubes of pineapple as a garnish to 1 to 2+ cups of fruit added to the punch mixture such as orange wedges, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, watermelon cubes, mango cubes, etc.)
    • splash grenadine (optional)
    • 1 drop pink or red food food coloring (optional)

    The Method:

    Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl or pitcher, stir to combine, cool in the fridge before serving.

    *If you do not drink alcohol, you can use non-alcoholic wine or champagne, white grape juice, or simply omit and adjust proportions of other ingredients to taste.

    Note: Ice waters down the punch so using frozen fruit will help keep the punch colder and (it’s cheaper than fresh anyway. Or freeze pineapple juice, orange juice, apple juice, or coconut water in ice cube trays in advance to use as the “ice” cubes. If you are using a considerable amount of ice, you may want to increase the amount of wine or champagne, to taste.)

    If you fancy trying this for your New Years Eve celebrations then tweet us your pics of the GoCoco Champers Punch or tag us in on Instagram.  Links are below.

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  • GoCoco Coconut Coffee

    Thank you for voting over on Twitter. This week the winning recipe is one to surely put a spring in your step, it’s a coconut water coffee.
    Let’s face it, we love coffee here at the Coconut Crib. We even ran a competition last month to win some delicious Minor Figures Cold Brew. Today, however, it’s time to DIY and make your own delicious morning pick me up!
    True coffee aficionados will say "WHAT, INSTANT COFFEE?” but some of us just don’t have the time or equipment to get their brew on. So let’s get crackin'!

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    What you need:

    • 1 tbsp instant espresso powder (or 1 shot of espresso)
    • ½ cup boiling water
    • 1 tbsp fat-free sweetened condensed milk (or any milk you prefer)
    • ½ cup coconut water
    • Ice

    The method:

    • In a large glass combine the espresso powder and boiling water and mix until dissolved. (Alternately use ½ cup strong brewed coffee).
    • Add the sweetened condensed milk and stir until dissolved. If you find it is taking a while, reheat the mixture and continue stirring.
    • Once dissolved add the coconut water.
    • Fill the remaining space in the glass with ice.
    • Serve immediately.

    If you fancy switching up your morning drink  or indeed your go to caffeine fix and make your own then tweet us your pics of the Coconut Coffee or tag us in on Instagram.  Links are below.

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  • Lemon Ginger Zinger with Coconut Water

    The votes are in and the winner is....(drumroll please!) the Lemon Ginger Zinger.

    Just like our Vegan Green Detox smoothie from last week, this recipe is sure to give you a fresh start. Whether that's in the morning, after a big weekend or after a big year! A reboot to the system requires some fairly special products but don't worry, the old faithful GoCoco features too! Complex products with a simple method, let's do this.

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    What you need:

    • 3-4 sweet basil leaves
    • 1 inch knob of fresh ginger, peeled
    • 1/2 cup GoCoco Coconut Water
    • 1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
    • 2 tablespoons coconut nectar (or agave syrup)
    • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
    • about 3 cups of ice cubes

    Method:

    It couldn't be simpler. Chuck everything but the ice into the blender and then once blended, add ice until 2 inches above the liquid line and blend again. Serve and enjoy!

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    If you fancy adding some heat to your morning drink and make your own then tweet us your pics of the Lemon Ginger Zinger or tag us in on Instagram.  Links are below.

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  • The GoCoco Coconut Water Nojito

    Summer is well and truly here and whether it’s BBQ’s in the back garden, house parties or even just sitting in when the weather isn’t playing fair, we all deserve a drink that epitomises this time of year. What better drink than a mojito…and what better drink than one you can have guilt free. Let me introduce the GoCoco Coconut Water Nojito. That’s a non-alcoholic mojito to those not in the know.

    Arrive and leave the party in style whilst looking ridiculously good looking drinking your new summer drink!

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    What you need:

    • 1/2 a lime, cut into 3 wedges
    • 2 sprigs of fresh mint
    • 1/2 tsp of unrefined sugar
    • Ice cubes
    • 100ml of GoCoco Coconut Water
    • 100ml of soda water
    • A tumbler glass

    Prep time: 5 minutes

    • Add lime wedges into the glass, squeezing as you do. Watch out for those pips!
    • Slap the mint off the back of your hand (it releases flavour) and add to the glass.
    • Put in the sugar and muddle using the wrong end of a wooden spoon. Basically mix it up!
    • Simple add the ice, the GoCoco and the soda water and stir.
    • Pop in a straw (umbrellas are optional) and sit back and enjoy!

    Once you’ve made it, send us a picture on social media!


    or tag us in your Instagram pictures

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  • Jamie Lloyd's 11 Top Tips to Survive Festive Season

    The holiday season is full of temptations, so we asked trainer and Go Coco fan Jamie Lloyd what he does to survive the festivities. Here's what he had to say!

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  • Guest Blog: Top 14 Uses for Lucy Bee Coconut Oil

    In our last blog we discussed that a coconut has so many uses that can benefit your life, and we also mentioned that coconut oil itself has many functions that you can use in everyday life. We asked our friends at Lucy Bee Coconut Oil to write a guest post on our blog to talk you through some of the uses for coconut oil. This is a great read and we would like to thank Lucy for taking the time to write such an informative post.

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  • How many different ways can you use a coconut?

    Although coconut water is our game, we're taking this opportunity to talk about the benefits that coconuts have as a whole.

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