UPDATE Feb. 17, 2017: This contest is now closed, and the winner has been chosen. Thanks to everyone who commented!
I’m taking a Monday Music break to make an important announcement.
As part of a group of writers for author Toby Neal’s series: Lei Crime KindleWorlds, we have banded together to give readers a chance to win an Amazon Gift Card worth $170!
This is open to loyal fans of the series, and to new readers who’ve not read any of the books yet.
You need a Facebook account to enter, and it’s SUPER EASY! Here’s what you do:
1) Read each author’s Facebook post and check out the great recipe each has to offer!
2) Learn more about their #LeiCrimeKW books.
3) COMMENT on each Facebook post with your choice of a Valentine’s meal. EACH comment is an entry to win the $170 Amazon Gift Card!
4) While you’re there, please LIKE each author’s page. It helps and is greatly appreciated.
Below, you will find the post that is currently pinned to the top of my Facebook page.
Go to it and COMMENT, then proceed to the next author’s page and do the same. The more times you comment, the higher your odds of winning!
Contest ends Feb. 12th. Good luck, everyone!
Eden is the author of 3 Lei Crime KindleWorld books –
A Snake in Paradise ~ SEAL of a Monk ~ Charade at Sea
You can find her books on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Eden-Baylee/e/B004Z8Q6UQ/
HAUPIA (Hawaiian Coconut Pudding), is mentioned in “A Snake in Paradise.” In the story, Haupia is served as part of a traditional Hawaiian luau. The pudding has the consistency of Jell-o and custard and is EASY to make. Since no Valentine’s Day is complete without something sweet for your sweetie, be sure to add Haupia to your menu!
1 cup whole milk
1 can coconut milk
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup sugar
2/3 cup corn starch
1 pinch of salt
Cook coconut milk over medium heat in saucepan until hot. In a separate bowl, combine milk, vanilla, sugar, corn starch, and salt and mix until blended. Pour ingredients into the coconut milk and whisk until it thickens. Fill a 9×9″ pan with the mixture, spread evenly, and chill in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. Sprinkle with toasted coconut. Cut and serve cold.
HOP to the next author – the amazing Emily Kimelman!