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Ten top breakfast ideas with Australian macadamias

From muffins to muesli and smoothies, macadamias can be used in so many breakfast dishes. We’ve gathered together ten scrumptious breakfast ideas featuring Australia’s favourite nut to add some healthy inspiration to your mornings!

1. Mini Morning Macadamia Breads

These healthy little loaves are packed with hearty breakfast flavours and the goodness of seeds and nuts. Vegetarians can add olives or capsicum strips in place of the bacon in the recipe. Recipe here.

2. Macadamia Maple Cardamom Breakfast Bowl

Easy to assemble, this breakfast bowl has delicately spiced flavours. Add seasonal fruit and yoghurt to this crunchy snack for a delicious, healthy breakfast at any time of year. Recipe here.

3. Macadamia Muesli

This recipe has a satisfying blend of oats, coconut, seeds and crunchy nuts finished with a hint of cinnamon. It’s the ideal start to the day.

4. Macadamia Breakfast Muffins

These muffins make a great weekend breakfast – and the egg looks so cute on top! The whole family will love them!

5. Mac-berry Smoothie

For breakfast on the go, smoothies are quick, delicious and satisfying. This nutritious mac-berry smoothie is made with macadamia milk and tastes as good as it looks. Use fresh fruit in season and frozen fruit at other times of the year. Recipe here.

6. Chocolate Macadamia Butter Pancakes

We’re not saying this is an everyday recipe, but it certainly takes your breakfast to the next level! You can also use the chocolate macadamia butter on toast if you don’t have time to make the pancakes.

7. Pumpkin and Macadamia Scones

These fluffy macadamia scones are so good even Grandma would approve! They are a great way to use up leftover pumpkin – and a fresh batch is the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter morning. Recipe here.

8. Cured Salmon Breakfast Stack with Peppercorn, Lime and Dill Macadamias

This delicious breakfast stack makes a sensational weekend indulgence. If you don’t have time to cure your own salmon, store-bought gravadlax is a good substitute. Recipe here.

9. Whole Wheat Banana Honey Macadamia Muffins

These nutty muffins are filled with spice and children love them. Make them the night before and warm them in the oven for winters or take them with a smoothie for a breakfast-on-the-go. Recipe here.

10. Macadamia and Banana French Toast

Banana is a classic breakfast flavour. Teamed with the crunch of macadamias on top of French toast this recipe is a winner at any time of year.

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