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Our best gluten-free macadamia treats

Our best gluten-free macadamia treats

8 November 2017

Macadamias are not only healthy and delicious but also naturally gluten-free.

It’s a familiar dilemma – you’re asked to ‘bring a dish’ but you aren’t quite sure if there are any gluten-free requirements amongst those gathering. Next time you can dip into the list below and up the wow factor with our top gluten-free recipes, all with the added crunch of delicious Australian macadamias.

1. Quick Mix Macadamia Cookies

Meet the next star of your cookie jar: quick mix macadamia cookies. Not only are these biscuits gluten-free, but they really can be whipped up in a flash. Using just four ingredients and taking only ten minutes in the oven, they'll be ready for your cookie jar in no time – if they make it that far!

2. Gluten free macadamia pancakes

Macadamias add a yummy texture and flavour to these gluten free pancakes. A stack of these topped with grilled fresh fruits and macadamia butter for breakfast will set you up for a great day.

Gluten free macadamia pancakes

3. Macadamia Raspberry Chocolate Slice

If you’re looking for a gluten-free treat that's not only scrumptious, but also seriously nourishing, this macadamia raspberry chocolate slice courtesy of Carly Hicks of Holistic Life will do the trick. With three no-bake layers topped with fresh raspberries and shredded coconut, this special occasion slice is pretty ‘Insta-worthy’ too!

4. Macadamia, Date and Chocolate Torte

Macadamia, date and chocolate torte is a sophisticated classic, with the mix of dates, dark chocolate and chopped macadamias resulting in a meringue texture with a delicious extra crunch. This is a decadent dessert suitable for all occasions.

Macadamia, Date and Chocolate Torte

5. Peach and Macadamia Bliss Balls

These peach and macadamia bliss balls are the perfect indulgence for gluten-free health nuts, courtesy of taste.com.au. Simply blend dried peaches, macadamias, chia seeds, lemon rind and desiccated coconut together, add lemon juice to bind and coat with coconut. The bliss balls will keep for up to a week in the fridge.

6. Tamari Macadamias

Our tamari macadamias use a Japanese-style soy sauce that is low in salt and wheat (some varieties of tamari are completely wheat-free) and offers a rich flavour perfectly suited to the buttery taste of macadamias. To make this savoury snack combine salt, macadamia oil and tamari with whole macadamias and roast in the oven for around ten minutes, stirring every 3 minutes. The macadamias are cooked when all the liquid is absorbed.

Categories: sweets

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