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  • Week 3 of #BetterYou with GoCoco

    Where has the time gone?! Week 3 is in the books. What a week it's been. Everyone has been chipping in with great #BetterYou advice. From fitness to food, you have done us so proud, we love you.

    Our previous weeks winners are in the following blog.

    Don't forget you can enter on TwitterInstagram and Facebook and increase you chances of winning a case of GoCoco.

    Here a few of the highlights:

    We've got just over a week to go until the end of January. So let's finish strong and keep this going into February.

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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.


    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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  • A #BetterYou in 2017

    January is a tough month. Everyone is saying "New Year and New Me". Instagram goes into over drive with all your fitness friends showing off their new gear at the gym and it seems everyone meal preps…for at least the first week.

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    It’s a tough month, but it doesn’t have to be. We here at GoCoco understand that we all need a kick up the backside (or motivation to others) to get your fitness goals on track. That’s why each day in January, we are going to be offering up a daily fitness and health tip for you to check out and try to use. Some might fit your goals, some might not, but we want you to get motivated.

    That’s not all. We also will be giving you motivation and advice from our brand ambassadors. These athletes and trainers know what it takes to reach goals and sustain success.

    As well as our great motivational advice, why not try some of our new weekly recipes using, you guessed it, GoCoco coconut water.

    2016, a year many of us would like to forget. 2017 is your clean slate and January is the best time to start. Let's get cracking!


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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'!


    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.


    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


    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!


    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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  • Vegan Green Detox Smoothie

    It's the official run up to Christmas (I know!) and let's face it, a time of indulgence. We will be tucking into sumptuous dinners, decadent desserts and maybe having one too many celebratory drinks. By the time the 1st of January rolls around, the thoughts of joining a gym will be in our minds. But why wait until then?

    Let's start our good habits now! Kick off each day with this green detox smoothie and get that glow back into those cold commutes to work. It seriously couldn't be simpler.


    You need:

    • 1 banana
    • 1 cup of kale (blanched)
    • 1 handful of spinach
    • A quarter of a cucumber
    • Half a cup of GoCoco Coconut Water


    • Blanch kale and cut up the ingredients into smaller chunks
    • Throw it all into a blender or NutriBullet
    • Serve and enjoy!

    If you don't already feel healthy at the prospect then I suggest you read again. For the rest of us, tweet us your pics of the Vegan Green Detox Smoothie 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!


    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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  • Cooking With Coconut Water: Mango Smoothie

    Back with another summer-inspired recipe, this time it is all about being smooth. The smoothie is a tried and tested drink that hits the spot in any weather but no more so than when the sky’s clear and the sun is beaming. And the great thing about them is that they aren’t difficult to make, so dig out that blender, get the GoCoco out the fridge, head to the supermarket and get the rest of the ingredients you need.


    The GoCoco Mango Smoothie


    • 1 litre of GoCoco
    • 2 bananas sliced
    • 2 mangoes sliced
    • 1 cup of strawberries (fresh or frozen)
    • ½ cup of Greek yoghurt
    • 2 tablespoons of honey


    • Fill ice cube tray with GoCoco and freeze until solid.
    • Place all the fruit and 12-14 of the GoCoco ice cubes into a blender and blend until smooth.
    • Serve immediately.
    • Enjoy!

    If your mouth isn’t watering at the prospect then I suggest you read again. For the rest of us, tweet us your pics of the GoCoco Mango Smoothie or tag us in on Instagram.  Links are below.


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  • Cooking with Coconut Water: Mango Salsa Chicken

    It’s starting to feel a little bit more like Spring, so why not get prepped for better weather and put yourself in a fresh and vibrant mood with the help of your favourite coconut water.

    Marinating meats in coconut water-based blends is a great idea as it helps them to remain moist and tender. Try this summery recipe for chicken with mango salsa marinated in GoCoco coconut water, then feel free to start adding the ingredient to any and all of your go-to marinade recipes.


    For the chicken:
    • 4 boneless chicken breasts cut into small strips
    • ¾ cup of GoCoco Coconut Water
    • 3 tbsp olive oil
    • 1 tsp of chilli powder
    • 1 tsp cayenne pepper
    • 1-2 garlic cloves
    • 1 tsp salt

    For the mango salsa
    • 2 mangoes, peeled and diced
    • 2 tbsp of minced red onion
    • 1 tsp lime zest
    • ½ cup of GoCoco coconut water


    1. Combine all ingredients (except the mango salsa ingredients and chicken) in a blender, and blend until smooth.
    2. Soak chicken pieces in marinte for 12 hours in the fridge.
    3. Thread the chicken pieces onto metal skewers, and grill for six to 10 minutes per side, or until the chicken has reached an internal temperature of 165°F.
    4. Remove chicken from skewers, and garnish with mango salsa.
    Combine all ingredients in large bowl, refrigerate until serving and enjoy!

    How did you get on? Tweet us your pics

    or tag us in your Instagram pictures


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  • Coconut Water Iced Coffee

    A morning jolt of caffeine is a common vice in the Go Coco office, but when the heatwave hit we found it too warm to put the kettle on. Eschewing espressos and cups of tea in the July heat, we scrambled for a cool way to kickstart our morning. Should we follow the lead of the humid American South and brew up some sweet tea? Or perhaps try our hand at making a rich, sweet Vietnamese iced coffee? After some thought, one of the team hit upon an idea...

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