With their versatility, creamy flavour and soft crunch, macadamias are the perfect ingredient for raw food recipes, which are also just perfect for summer dining. So, we have looked back through the archives to find our favourites raw food recipes using the creamy crunch of macadamias. This lemon and blueberry raw ‘cheesecake’ makes the list, it's simple, wickedly rich and extraordinarily beautiful. Find more 'no bake' ideas in our latest blog post.
Did you download your free 2020 macadamia recipe calendar?
In cased you missed it please find the link to download the free 2020 Australian Macadamias printable recipe calendar. This free download includes 12 delicious macadamia recipes with step by step instructions, plus a month by month 2020 dated calendar. You can print as many copies as you like!
Macadamias are indigenous to Australia, but many people think they originate from Hawaii. We look at the fascinating story of how the humble macadamia nut crossed the Pacific, became an Hawaiian icon and then returned to thrive in its original home of Australia.
We've created a dairy free version of a classic cocktail sauce, perfect for serving with seafood and prawns this Australia Day. Macadamias thicken the sauce and impart a creamy flavour that works perfectly with the tang of lime and the bite of a little extra Tabasco. A modern take on a retro favourite.
Need to take a moment? Let us transport you to a macadamia farm in Northern NSW. In this video Kate selects a macadamia nut from the bowl, cracks it in a macadamia nut cracker and eats the creamy kernel, enjoying the soft crunch.