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Pili Nuts Giveaway

Pili Nuts Giveaway

People always ask what they can eat while traveling and Pili Nuts is something that we always have packed in our suitcase! Even this past week when I spoke at an event, I packed the NEW flavor Pili Nuts (Turmeric and Black Pepper) in my carry on. I also have them in Maui at the Keto Condo! They are a perfect beach snack! 

And on my kayak trips in the summer, I always have them with me (the bag is waterproof in case I tip over)!

I like to tell my clients to count carbs like a game of golf! The lowest score WINS! A whole bag of Pili nuts is only 1g total carbs!!!!

I use Pili Nuts in a lot of recipes now too! They make a great crunchy addition to my Kung Pao Meatballs, Kung Pao Chicken, Chicken Satay Sauce (instead of peanuts) as well as my Keto Porridge!

Pili Nuts RULE! Not only do they taste like a crunchy buttery mouthful of goodness, they also are only ONE gram of TOTAL carb per ounce!  For true keto weight-loss success you need to count total carbs.

Pili Nuts can be found at HERE and enter MARIA10 for a discount!

Pili Nut Hunters now have a NEW chocolate bar! For those of you who LOVE dark chocolate, you must try this new Ultimate Keto Chocolate bar by Pili Nut Hunters! There is NO SUGAR added!

If you would like to WIN Pili Nuts they are graciously donating a box to 2 winners!

Both winners will win Pili Nut Hunters chocolate, a jar of nut butter and a pack of nuts!

ENTER TO WIN!

1. ONE ENTRY for joining my Keto private facebook group called KETO.

2. ONE ENTRY for following me on Instagram @mariaemmerich and @pilinuthunters

3. ONE ENTRY for commenting below on where your favorite winter getaway is! (where you want to explore with Pili Nuts as your snack!)

4. ONE ENTRY for sharing my giveaway on Facebook or Instagram and tagging me!

Winner will be chosen January 1st! Good Luck!

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Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".

85 Comments

  • THERESA says:

    I can’t wait to try Pili Nuts!!!

  • gjeanieg says:

    I love pili nuts! I even ask for them as gifts. 🙂 My favorite place to spend the winter is where we live… Down south! 🙂

  • Erica Sladky says:

    My favorite winter getaway is to stay at home. I hate traveling during the holidays!

  • Diane says:

    Pili nuts are so tasty and I’d like to take them with me to The Big Island, Hawaii.

  • Stephanie says:

    I like to go skiing.

  • Megan McM says:

    I’ve only done a winter getaway once. It was a tour of the beautiful parks in Arizona, Utah and Nevada a few years ago in November. We definitely would have enjoyed Pili nuts as a trail snack!

  • Paul says:

    Definitely love Pili nuts and was turned onto them a couple years ago. My winter getaway is Sydney, Australia because it’s their summer during our winter, and I compete in my sport down there from January to April, then come back to the US to compete from May to October here. Pili is my snack of choice during the long plane rides.

  • Lisa P says:

    My favorite winter getaway in any place warm! I have gone on cruises in the past and really enjoyed them.

    • Melissa R says:

      I would enjoy trying the pili nuts while being together with my family right at home….a snack that would keep me on track!

  • Linda H. says:

    My favorite place to visit in the winter is The Big Island and hike the trails to hidden waterfalls in Waimea with a great snack like Pili nuts.

  • Cathy B says:

    Looking forward to trying Pili nuts.

  • Susan says:

    My favorite place to visit in the winter is anywhere warm. I hate being cold!

  • Kristen says:

    Fav winter destination is skiing.

  • Amy N says:

    Hey Maria! My favorite winter get away is the Caribbean Islands!

    PS your link to Instagram for Pili Hunters is not correct, it’s going to your keto fryer IG. And the IG for Pili Hunters is listed incorrectly. It’s @piilihunters. Hope that helps!

  • Annamarie Voss says:

    Our favorite winter getaway is Hawai’i we love the big Island and try to spend a few weeks there every year.

  • Heather says:

    My favorite place to enjoy Pili Nuts for the Winter is snuggled in front of a warm fire with my husband at a beautiful vacation home in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. Helps to have a big mug of keto hot chocolate as well. ☕️

  • Sandy says:

    My favorite place to visit in the winter is any place that is sunny and 80 degrees or above!

  • Sally Veliquette says:

    Vienna Austria for their Christmas Market! I lived there for the winter of 1992-93. It was so magical!! Someday I’ll get back!

  • Kathy says:

    I love anyplace warm!!!! My favorite warm place is Scottsdale Arizona but would go anywhere and would definitely take Pili Nuts. They are soooo amazing!

  • Lori Is says:

    I have never tried Pili nuts. I am interested in tasting them…

  • Jacquie Z says:

    It would be Hawaii , if I could afford it.

  • Lauren says:

    Hawaii would be a great getaway!

    • Nicol Weaver says:

      I love the snow! My favorite winter getaway is to the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. Snowmobiling, snowboarding, skiing, it is all a blast and it’s just absolutley gorgeous!

  • Sojourner says:

    My favorite place to winter is right here at home, hibernating by the fire, reading
    with a cup of hot tea and a crunchy snack!

  • Victoria says:

    As I can’t afford much, a winter staycation…nestled in my warm comfy bed watching movies and snacking on pili nuts. Eventually a stay at the original Ice Hotel https://www.icehotel.com/

  • anita cubbage says:

    my favorite winter getaway is in the mountains of Colorado. all winter sports !!!

  • Jenn DeMartino says:

    Being from Minnesota, anyplace warm would do. Bali seems heavenly!

  • Krista Smith says:

    I’d love to have them in the Caribbean!!

  • Debbie Sabadin says:

    I’d liked to getaway to Hawaii. The cold is too hard on me.

  • Heather Berger says:

    My favorite winter getaway is any where there’s sun and sand, pili nuts would be a nice addition

  • Moani says:

    Maui! For sure! I actually live on Maui so a “getaway” for me is a day at the beach with family and food. Pili nuts would be a great addition to our home grown macadamia nuts we are so lucky to have here. Mele Kalikimaka!

  • Peggy Jenkins says:

    Cant wait to try them. I love nuts as a snack

  • Cindy L Meisenheimer says:

    Right now, I’d like a getaway to Alaska. That is where my youngest is stationed in the military for 9 more months. Then he heads overseas to South Korea for a year. I would love to share some Pili Nuts with my son!

  • Amy says:

    My winter getaway is Arizona.

  • Michelle L. says:

    Favorite winter getaway at the moment is Florida. As soon as I can afford it, Hawaii.

  • K Vasquez says:

    Planet earth!!!

  • Amy says:

    Maria,

    Your link for the Pili Nut Hunters goes to your Keto Air Fryer Instagram page. Also, I couldn’t find @pilinuthunters on Instagram, but there is https://www.instagram.com/pilihunters/

    Thanks.

  • Patricia says:

    Our getaway for the winter is California, we go there for 5 months each year. A great change from the cold and snow. I have never tried Pili Nuts. Would love to try them.

  • Claire Moniz says:

    Right now I would love to be in Arizona to be warm eating my pili nuts,yum yum.

  • Amy says:

    I was referring to your list for entries above that said :

    2. ONE ENTRY for following me on Instagram @mariaemmerich and @pilinuthunters

  • Toni says:

    I love Pili Nuts. I would like to try their nut butters.

  • Christie J says:

    Never had pili nuts before. Would love to try them!

  • Shelley says:

    Kauai is my favorite getaway, whatever the time of year.

  • Brenda Galindez says:

    I would love to try Pili Nut in Puerto Rico!

  • Sue says:

    I think kayaking on a sunny day in Dec/Jan might be a perfect place!

  • Anne Hulbaekdal says:

    Lofoten is my favorite getaway

  • Kathleen says:

    I don’t do winter getaways. But come spring I will be heading to New Hampshire, then Connecticut in June and July. Pili nuts would be a great snack when I’m back in my motel after a long day outside.

  • Darcy says:

    My favorite winter get away is MT to go see my family!

  • Kat says:

    My favorite getaway is my sister’s in Colorado. We’ve got snow at home but it’s so beautiful and peaceful in the mountains. The nuts would be a great snack while going on our walks.

  • Sheila says:

    My favorite getaway place is Disney World!

  • Nancy Clayton says:

    My favorite winter get-away (or any time of year for that matter) is the Seychelles! These are tropical islands located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa, about 1000 miles from Kenya and 4 degrees south of the equator. Madagascar is to their north and Mauritius to their south. They are known as the Garden of Eden or Paradise and for several reasons. We know they are not the “Garden of Eden” as the Bible indicates, but they are the closest place on Earth to Paradise. Their high temperature in the summertime reaches about 88 degrees F and their low temperature in the winter drops to about 72 degrees F. It is very unusual for them to experience violent weather, no tornadoes, hurricanes or monsoons. Humidity is usually 75-80%. These are the only granite islands in the world. The government has vowed to keep the islands closest to their original state as possible. They do not allow any commercial tourism…so you will not find fast food restaurants, chain hotels, high rises (I think they allow only 2-story hotels) or any of your typical tourist attractions. They really are almost primitive. The main island (Capitol) is Mahe and you will see cars and trucks but most people will travel by Moke (gas/electric powered car, no windows, small like a golf cart, holds 4 people but travels 40 mph). Many of the islands do not have vehicles so people will travel by foot, bicycle or oxen driven carts. The residents are very friendly and there is a 96% literacy rate on the islands. Most people are fluent in English (owned by Britain until 1976), French (originally owned by the French) and Swahili. Their crime rate is very low, about the lowest in the world, and many of the hotels/huts do not even have windows or locks on the doors. The water temperature is between 75 degrees and in some “warm” spots, 90 degrees. They are surrounded by a natural barrier reef so sharks are very rarely seen. They have had only four shark “attacks” since they have been recording these stats. The sand is white and clean, the water so clear that you can see to the bottom. Snorkeling is like diving into a tropical aquarium. I have visited several of their islands and in one case; I was on the island for 3 days. There were only 52 people on the island–37 workers and 15 tourists. I went an entire day without see other tourists or workers. Our cabana was 14 steps from the ocean water. They are also home of the coco-de-mer trees. The fruit that these trees bear (the coconut) is only on the female tree. The coconut resembles that of a female pubic area. The male trees have long extensions that resemble the male penis and this is what fertilizes the female trees. They only start producing off spring after 25 years. These are the only islands in the world that produce this kind of coconut. One was given to Prince William and Kate when they spent their honeymoon in the Seychelles. There is plenty to do on these islands and the food is fabulous. They offer many types of fish, exotic foods and most are prepared by gourmet chefs. It truly is a paradise and a winter get-away or anytime of the year.

  • Joanne says:

    A hike across Volvanoes National Park in Hawaii would be a great place to eat Pili Nuts in the middle of winter! A kayak in Safety Harbor, Florida would be another great place!

  • Carolsue says:

    Lake Tahoe is my favorite winter getaway! I like to ski and snow board

  • Kelly Faas says:

    Actually, my favorite place to be is right here at home. I curl up on my couch with a good book and love to watch the snow fall across my backyard.

  • Rhonda says:

    I love Arizona in the winter! I’ve not tried Pili nuts yet. It’s on my list of things to try!

  • Jessica says:

    I love Pili nuts!

  • Randa Sharpe says:

    So eager to try the Pili nuts! Merry Christmas!

  • Torrie says:

    I love going somewhere warm! This year we are going to Bali!

  • Pat Hutchinson says:

    Believe it or not my favorite winter getaway is to my lake cabin in Minnesota. It’s so peaceful in the winter time. We love to cook and have the wood-burning stove going at the same time. Love it! Would love to try Pili nuts!

  • Laura says:

    Hawaii would be my place.

  • Maria says:

    Love to goto Colorado to cross country ski. Pili nuts give lots of energy for this!

  • Kris Reeves says:

    To see my grandson… and it doesn’t matter where he is…

  • Phoebe says:

    My favorite winter getaway is on a Caribbean island…

  • Sandra says:

    My favorite winter getaway is to a “palapa” on the coast near Zipolite Beach in Oaxaca, Mexico!

  • Jen says:

    I would love to go to Hawaii, especially this winter since it’s freezing cold.

  • Linda says:

    Hope to head to Arizona.

  • Kristen says:

    I don’t have a winter getaway. I just like to be home and not at work. But it’s good to have great snacks at work so the Pili Nuts would be great for that.

  • Carissa says:

    I don’t really have a favorite winter getaway, but going somewhere warm is always nice when I have a chance.

  • ELIZABETH FAY KLUTE says:

    Fairbanks, Alaska! Backcountry camping, sledding and snowshoeing for my birthday in February – I love it!!!

  • Sarah Oswald says:

    I would love to explore Hawaii with these Pili nuts.

  • Jennifer says:

    My winter getaway choice is a cruise to anyplace warm! It’s so easy to eat low carb on a cruise. I would eat the Pili nuts in the car during the long ride to the port. 😉

  • Charlotte Estess says:

    I clicked on your tab to Healthy Traditions website and was wondering if you would recommend their palm shortening in the 33 lb box? I need something Maria approved for our huge turkey fryer. Thank you 🙂

  • My favorite winter getaway is anywhere where I can snuggle in front of a fire in a warm blanket with hot chocolate & tea, and read a book while listening to music. Preferably somewhere snowy.

  • Deborah Legut says:

    I love anywhere there is an ocean and sand. I have not really had the opportunity yet to explore the world. But give me the ocean and the sound of the waves and it fills my soul. I like carry snack foods that are healthy with me at all times. I don’t like the extra carbs especially if I am traveling and I like trying to keep my diet clean. Sometimes it gets a little murky lol

  • Scarllette Scherer says:

    Our favorite family winter getaway is heading down to the beaches of the gulf!

  • Abby says:

    My favorite winter getaway is my own home here along the Central Oregon Coast….I have lived here for over 2 years yet the hidden secrets that exist along the Pacific Ocean in the NorthWest is always a feasible getaway with hidden gems and memories that will last me a lifetime!!!

  • Angel Sandriepe says:

    Favorite winter getaway is our annual trip to Wisconsin Dells, where we pretend we are somewhere warm inside the waterparks. =) Would love to win.

  • Elizabeth Brooks says:

    I stay at home

  • Lynn says:

    I stay home and find things to do in the area.