Green Chile Peppers, Sweet Green Peppers
Distilled Vinegar, Corn Starch, Salt, Jalapeno
Peppers, Garlic, Spices, and Cilantro.
I like the fact that Mrs. Renfro’s Salsa
is all natural . The mild was my favorite
of the 4 flavors I was sent to review. I
do prefer a chunkier salsa though. This
salsa was more saucier than I prefer
but it has a good taste.
Made with Tomatoes, Jalapeno Peppers,Onions,
Green Chile Peppers. Distilled Vinegar, Corn
Starch, Salt, Garlic, Spices and Cilantro.
I like my salsa hot but not to hot. This
salsa is hot, a little to much for my taste but it has
great flavor. I would recommend
you try it for yourself. Definitely
a must try if you like hot salsa.
Made with Tomatoes, Onions, Green Chile Peppers,
Sweet Green Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Jalapeno Peppers,
Corn Starch, Salt, Garlic, Spices and Cilantro.
Perfect if you like just a hint of heat. Has
a fresh taste and is very good in my opinion. I tried this
one with a Triscuit cracker and it was yummy.
Made with Tomatoes, Water, Onions, Green Chile Peppers,
Garlic, Distilled Vinegar, Sweet Green Peppers. Jalapeno Peppers, Corn Starch, Salt, Roasted Garlic and Spices.
I did not like this salsa. I like garlic in my salsa but I just didn’t
like the taste of this one. But if you are a garlic
lover you might want to try it. This salsa
is gluten free and contains no preservatives.
I think this company has high
quality products and would recommend you try it
for yourself. You can find out more about Mrs Renfro’s
Gourmet Salsas or purchase the product here.
Tropical Traditions Coconut Review
I received a 56 oz container of coconut from Tropical
Traditions to review. I have reviewed several products from this company and have been very impressed with them
in the past. So I was anxious to try the coconut. I love
coconut but I am used to buying it sweetened in the stores. I like Tropical Traditions so much better because it is 100%
organic and grown without fertilizers or pesticides . Contains
no additives or preservatives and is not sweetened.
I decided to try it with a recipe that I just made up last
week. To my surprise it turned out really well. You know
one of those recipes you throw in a little of this and a little of that and hope for the best? Well, this is one of those recipes. I will call it
Chocolate Coconut Bars.
First I added sugar and cocoa then stirred to combine
Next I added a surprise ingredient, Coffee House Inspirations white chocolate mocha coffee creamer from International Delight.
Just enough to wet the dry ingredients .
Then I cooked this on low
until melted and smooth. I added the coconut and about a teaspoon of vanilla. I also added some Davinci Hazelnut Syrup about a teaspoon.
I spread this in a dish and let it set. To my surprise these coconut bars were awesome! You will have to try Tropical Traditions Coconut.Very good product in my opinion. You can purchase or find out more about the company here.
I would like to thank Mrs Renfro’s Salsa and Tropical Traditions
for providing prizes for my Food Frenzy Mega Blog Giveaway
and making these reviews possible.
Mrs Renfro’s Salsa
Disclosure: I received 4 jars of Mrs Renfro’s Salsa to review free of charge.No monetary compensation was received.
Tropical Traditions Coconut
Disclosure:I received a 56 oz container of Tropcial Traditions Coconut free of charge to review. No monetary compensation was received.