Wattle seed & Choc Chip CookiesEat your heart out Cookie Monster, these little scrumptious morsels with Australian native Wattleseed and Choc Chip are perfect I made these delicious little brownies for two students staying with me, it was exam time and a little comfort food never goes astray.
Wattleseed & Yoghurt LoafI love the crunchy crust as you bite into this super moist loaf, you can spread it with butter if you want, but I usually just eat as is. Makes a great desert with mascapone and mixed berries. Pictured here is a traditional Aboriginal grinding stone showing fresh wattleseed and after it’s ground.
Quandong & Rhubarb Pie for ChristmasQuick and Easy to make, delicious to eat Rhubarb is an age-old favourite in everyones garden, hopefully it will be again, it's a delicious addition to any cooking and I've added it with an Australian bushfood, Quandongs, to create a really unique and tasty pie.
Sticky Date Pudding with Macadamia NutsWho doesn’t love Sticky Date Pudding? Chef Justin Jennings has shared his amazing recipe that’s on the menu at his new “Australian” restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal. Fantastic food, great atmosphere. We spoke with Justin on The Aussie Radio Show about his new restaurant and living in Portugal.
Wattleseed TiramisuThis delicious desert had my guests wanting more. Best made the day before, to enable the flavours to move through the biscuits. Another great thing about this recipe is that by simmering the wattle seeds and using the flavoured liquid, the wattle seed paste that is left behind can be used for another recipe, ie wattle seed pasta.
Bircher Muselli with BushfoodIt really doesn’t matter what time of day you eat this, you can enjoy for breakfast, but the middle of the day for a snack or even as a desert after dinner, it works.
Lemon Myrtle ShortbreadWho doesn’t love shortbreads, that delicious buttery biscuit treat, here we’ve added a touch of lemon myrtle. This recipe is by Heather Salter at Treetops Guesthouse in Western Australia
Bush Muesli BarsA great snack or something for the lunch box. Recipe by Heather Salter from Treetops Guesthouse in Western Australia
Wattleseed Espresso ButterThis can be stored in the fridge for up to a month. Wattleseed butter is sensational on Banana and Muntrie Bread.
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