This Trader Joe’s coconut oil spray is a nice alternative to Pam or other non stick sprays that aren’t as healthy. This has a pleasantly neutral taste to it, with maybe a hint of subtle coconut. It is perfect for spraying your pan and making things like eggs or anything else that you’d normally cook with non stick cooking spray. The nutrition facts for Trader Joe’s coocnut oil spray are significantly better than national brands cooking sprays. Because there is essentially only coconut oil in the bottle, it has no calories or any other ingredients that would add fat, calories or sugar. This is a perfect alternative to traditional non stick cooking sprays, plus I love how the bottle looks with the coconut on the front!………….
- 0 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 5 oz
- Ingredients are refined organic coconut oil, soy lecithin, natural flavors, propellant, and chlorofluorocarbons
Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil Non Stick Cooking Spray
This non stick cooking spray is another in the long line of great coconut related products at Trader Joe’s. Is this everyone’s go to cooking spray at Trader Joe’s or is there another one I’ve been missing? I’ve made so many things in the skillet with this that I’ve lost track. I like to make stir frys with this, and the chicken and vegetables don’t stick at all to the pan. Let me know everyone’s favorite stove top recipes where they use this coconut oil spray. I haven’t noticed a difference but if anyone has noticed a taste in food that is cooked in this versus other non stock cooking sprays, I’d be curious to know. Sometimes I just use Trader Joe’s butter, the delicious grass fed version, instead of cooking spray for the rich taste it gives the food. Here are a few other options if you can’t make it to a TJs….
– Pompeian Coconut Oil Non-Stick Cooking Spray, Subtle Coconut Flavor, Perfect for Seafood and Baking Coating, Naturally Gluten Free, Non-Allergenic, Non-GMO, No Propellants, 5 FL. OZ., Single Bottle
– Spectrum Naturals Coconut Oil Non-Stick Cooking Spray, 6 oz (Pack of 6)
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