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Macadamia mini bundt cakes with macadamia ‘Easter eggs’

Macadamias add lots of natural goodness to these sweet little cakes and also make a delicious chocolate-free alternative to traditional Easter eggs. These cakes look impressive but are simple to make. They will bring to life your Easter dessert table or make a remarkable gift if visiting friends or family.

As our farmers continue with a busy harvest season, we wish you a wonderful Easter break.

Mini bundt cake recipe here

Win one of 20 macadamia packs 

Macadamias are not only delicious, they are also extremely versatile. Sweet, savoury, snacking, baking and more, macadamias make any food they’re added to more special. This month we are asking you to 'Get Creative' with macadamias. Share your ideas and you could win one of twenty 'Get Creative' macadamia packs which include macadamia nuts, macadamia oil and macadamia butter. Click here to register and good luck!

Register here

Three Australian day hikes to get you exploring the great outdoors

Caro Ryan from popular outdoor and hiking blog Lotsa Fresh Air shares three of the best day hikes in Australia. 
She also shares her top six tips for bushwalking and we suggest some macadamia snacks you'll certainly want on your hiking adventure.

Read more here

Tune into Food Lab on SBS Food channel each week night at 5pm

TV Presenter and Chef, Ben Milbourne, along with physicist and food enthusiast Dr. Joel Gilmore, delve into the world of science and food on their TV show Food Lab.
Check out Episode 6 on SBS On Demand to see how they get creative with macadamias.

Watch here

More macadamia Easter fun 

Make your own raw macadamia bliss ball Easter eggs these holidays. With only six ingredients and no baking required, these are a fun and healthy alternative to the traditional Easter egg.

Recipe here

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