Thursday, June 3, 2010

Tropical Traditions - Shredded Coconut -Giveaway

Product - One Gallon bucket of Organic Shredded Coconut.

Company - Tropical Traditions.

* I received this product from the company for review purposes *

I love the taste of coconut.  It adds a touch of elegance to food. Today, I made a chocolate fudge cake with triple chocolate frosting. I topped this with Tropical Traditions organic shredded coconut. It was a wonderful treat.

This container is a large, white, gallon-size bucket. It is sealed shut and has instructions for opening the lid.  I have never seen so much coconut in my life! There is plenty in here to last quite awhile. I am thinking about all the wonderful things I can make with this.

You can find a list of coconut recipes at the Tropical Traditions website. They even have an instructional video explaining how to make coconut milk!

Would you like a chance to win your very own gallon bucket of shredded coconut? I have one available for a giveaway. All you have to do is leave me a comment telling me what you will make using the coconut.

For additional entries:

2. Become a Public Follower of my blog.

3. Subscribe to The Legacy of Home through Feedburner. 


4. Write a post, linking to this giveaway, on your own Blog. (This is worth 3 entries. Please leave 3 separate comments.)

5. Tweet about this Giveaway.

6. Follow me on Twitter

7. Post about this on Facebook.

8. Choose to "Like" The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

9. Choose to "Like" our new sewing shop, Vermont Sewing Cottage, on Facebook.

10.  Follow @troptraditions on Twitter.

11. Choose to "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

12. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions Sales Announcements. 

*Please leave a separate comment for each entry.*

One random winner we be selected on Thursday, June 10, 2010. (U.S.  Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winner within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be selected. Your entry is only valid if you include a way for me to contact you. This product will ship directly from the company.


This contest is closed. The winner is Kristy! She has already been contacted and will receive her prize soon!





80 comments:

Tristan said...

I follow your blog.

Tristan said...

What would I make first? It is a toss up between no-bake cookies and a coconut-orange-banana smoothie, but the smoothie is faster, so I would probably start there.

Jennifer Miller said...

I'm following your blog as well as Vermont Sewing Cottage on Facebook.

Jennifer Miller said...

Yum! The first thing I would make is tapioca pudding with coconut.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I would probably go with a yummy tropical smoothie. It's hot, and smoothies are so nice when it's hot.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I follow you on twitter.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I subscribe to your rss feed.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I follow your blog. Thank you!

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I "like" The Legacy of Home on facebook.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I tweeted about the giveaway.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

I "like" Vermont Sewing Cottage on facebook.

Michelle Smith said...

I like the Legacy of Home on FB. :)

Michelle Smith said...

I publicly follow your blog!

Michelle Smith said...

What would I make? Coconut cake or coconut pie seem to be my husband's favorites. He loves coconut, so I am entering to win for his sake. :)

Michelle Smith said...

I also like the Vermont Sewing Cottage on FB. :)

The Burkherts said...

No bake cookies, MY FAV, or coconut macaroons, decisions.

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The Burkherts said...

I like Vermont Sewing Cottage

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The Burkherts said...

I follow you publicly.

BurkhertsTravel at yahoo dot com

The Burkherts said...

I like Legacy of Home on FB too

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Anonymous said...

I will make homemade granola.

kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

Heidi said...

A gallon tub of coconut? I'm so there! Sign me up! I'm thinking a virgin pina colada may be my first specialty!

Heidi said...

I follow you on Twitter.

Heidi said...

I am a follower of your blog. :)

Heidi said...

I "like" The Legacy of Home on FB.

Heidi said...

I "like" Vermont Sewing Cottage on FB.

Heidi said...

I'm following Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

Julie Glover said...

I see so many uses....believe it or not homemade toothpaste! But my kids would like daddy nuggets fried in coconut oil! We love coconut oil!!

Julie
gloverteam@yahoo.com

Julie Glover said...

I am a twitter subscriber....

Julie
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Julie Glover said...

I am a public follower of you blog..
Julie
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Julie Glover said...

I like Vermont Sewing Cottage on FB


Julie
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Julie Glover said...

I like Legacy of home on FB..


Julie
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Julie Glover said...

Made a comment on my FB page for you..


Julie
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Julie Glover said...

I like Tropical Traditions on FB

Julie
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Larissa E. said...

I will use it in a curry, and I will also add it to the rick for the meal.

thank you for the giveaway!

larissa_even at fastmail dot fm

Kristy said...

I "like" you on Facebook!

Kristy said...

Subscriber via feedburner!

Kristy said...

follower!

Kristy said...

I will make macaroons!

purple squirrel said...

OH, Coconut Cream Pie, for my sweetie pie who lOVES Coconut! :)

purple squirrel said...

I like tropical traditions on facebook~

purple squirrel said...

I follow your blog~

The Bookworm said...

I would use it for our breakfast muffins, coconut cream pie, and curry! The options are really endless with an entire gallon of shredded coconut. :)

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The Bookworm said...

I'm a public blog follower.

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

The Bookworm said...

I'm a subscriber, via Google Reader.

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

The Bookworm said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/hawaiismn/status/15425736142

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The Bookworm said...

I'm following you on Twitter. (@hawaiismn)

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The Bookworm said...

I "liked" The Legacy of Home on Facebook. (Thrifty Sarah)

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The Bookworm said...

I "liked" Tropical Traditions on Facebook. (Thrifty Sarah)

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

The Bookworm said...

I'm following Tropical Traditions on Twitter. (@hawaiismn)

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

The Bookworm said...

I "liked" Vermont Sewing Cottage on Facebook. (Thrifty Sarah)

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

The Bookworm said...

I subscribe to Tropical Traditions Sales Announcements.

hawaiismn(at)gmail(dot)com

Sharon said...

Good day Mrs. White :)

What a generous giveaway. If I were to win, I would use the coconut for Granola and also Coconut Cream Pie, Macaroons, etc. So many wonderful uses for coconut!
Thanks you for entering me and have a wonderful day in the Lord!

Sharon

PS I am enjoying reading your posts :)

Kathy said...

I love a coconut cream pie. I would love to learn to make coconut milk. Iuse coconut oil and am learning how wonderfully healthy coconut is. Healthy and delicious is a great combination!

Debbie said...

I would make oatmeal coconut cookies.

Debbie said...

I follow your blog.

Debbie said...

I subscribe to TT sales announcements.

Debbie said...

I "like" Vermont Sewing Cottage" on Facebook.

Debbie said...

I "like" you on facebook.

shirley said...

First I would make a coconut pie, then nobake cookies!

shirley said...

I am a Public Follower.

shirley said...

Subscribe to The Legacy of Home through Feedburner.

shirley said...

Like" The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

shirley said...

Follow on Twitter @countrynest.

shirley said...

"Like" Vermont Sewing Cottage, on Facebook.

Cindy said...

Hmmm...I think coconut cream pie might be first. :)

midwest mama said...

I already follow your blog.

midwest mama said...

Cookies, cake, curry chicken...so many things to make with coconut:-)

midwest mama said...

I "liked" the Legacy of Home on FB

midwest mama said...

I already subscribe to TT's newsletter.

midwest mama said...

I "liked" Tropical Traditions on FB.

Mindy said...

Let's see, I'd make Magic Bars, Coconut Cake, Macaroons, Mounds Cake, Chewy Coconut Bars, Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies, and any new Coconut recipe I could find.

Jay said...

I would like to make some cookies and other yummy treats i haven't made before.
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Anonymous said...

I would like the Coconut Macaroon Pancakes Recipe. sejotess@yahoo.com

Ohio_Momto3boys said...

yummy! I just found a recipe for orange coconut cookies. THis would be perfect :-)

Carol said...

The first thing? I like eating straight coconut.

Anonymous said...

I am subscribed to the TT newsletter.

Miss Megan P
megan@p7sales.com

Anonymous said...

If I won, I would make Carrot Coconut Cookies. They are so tasty!!

Miss Megan P
megan@p7sales.com

Michelle said...

I subscribe to the TT newsletter.
michelle dot lee dot carter at gmail dot com

Michelle said...

I'm a FB fan of TT - Michelle Carter
michelle dot lee dot carter at gmail dot com

Michelle said...

I'm definitely making some banana coconut muffins!
michelle dot lee dot carter at gmail dot com

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