Mmmmm… There’s no better way to enjoy macadamia nuts than with a cookie recipe that’s quick, easy and makes heaps to eat!
My parents have a gorgeous macadamia nut tree in their backyard. They planted it about 15yrs ago, and it has great foliage and even more gorgeous nuts. The bees buzz around pollinating the flowers and a few months later the nuts begin to appear. When they’re ready they drop to the ground. The nuts are then best left for 6 months or so, to develop their sweetness.
All my nieces and nephews love cracking them open for Grandma. In fact a pretty cool person (me) even bought her a super dooper nut cracker especially for macadamias because their shell is so hard. Check it out here.
So, the other day I was around at their house, and decided to crack myself some nuts to take home. The result was White Chocolate and Macadamia Biscuits. Here’s the recipe: