Recipes 2017-12-05T23:00:58+00:00

Recipes

Wattleseed whole and ground
Wattleseed CreamQuick and Easy Wattleseed Ice-Cream Just purchase your favourite Vanilla ice-cream, allow approx 1/2 litre to melt and mix in the Wattleseed, you'll be amazed at just how good it tastes.
Apricots and Sunrise Limes
Apricot & Sunrise Lime ConserveRemember if you're cooking jams or conserves that you are dealing with high temperatures, make sure your arms are covered and also wear protective eyeware, gloves and shoes, burns happen really easily when these start boiling and it does splutter....keep your kids away from the kitchen during this time. When I was cooking professionally as a confectioner I had a lot of burns, particularly in the early days, most are preventable, so take care; but enjoy your cooking.....these are the fun things to do and make great gifts, who doesn't love a pot of home-made "something"
Roasted Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai MochaRoasted Wattleseed & Pepperberry Chai Mocha is perfect. Add a touch of your favourite liqueur & it fairly sings. A great comfort drink, not loaded with fat (unless you add cream...hmm an option) If it's late in the day and you want a little extra something, add some liqueur; try Tia Maria, Kaluha or even Whiskey...just a thought!
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