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Wattleseed and Thyme Damper

An Australian damper that can be made in a camp stove on an open fire or in the broiler at home. The wattleseed smell is stunning and adds a nutty, espresso-like flavour to the damper. It’s perfect when hot from the broiler with spread and brilliant syrup. Difficulty Easy Prep Time 15 min Total Time 1hr 30 min Serving Size 1-2 Ingredients: 1000g Self-raising flour, sifted 10g Wattleseed 6 Thyme Leaves 5g salt 500 ml full-cream milk                      Method: 1. A margarine and brilliant syrup, to serve in case you're utilizing a camp stove, fabricate a fire, and get a pleasant bed of coals going. 2. n case you're preparing in a...

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Wattleseed Muffins with Chocolate Chips

Chocolate chips are popular Aussie bites. We’ve added Wattleseed to give a nutty, roasted coffee aroma, with touches of sweet spice, raisins, and chocolate. It has a savoury, nutty, wheat-biscuit flavor. This recipe is a great addition to bread, granola, and stews. They are also very nutritious, containing twice the protein of wheat flour  Difficulty Easy Prep Time 5 min Total Time 30 min Serving Size 1-2 Ingredients: 250g cups all-purpose flour 30g baking powder 10g roasted, ground wattleseed 100g cup sugar 100g salted butter, melted 2 eggs 200ml cup milk 120g white chocolate chips                         Method: 1. Pre-heat oven to 350 F. (180 C.) 2. Combine the flour, preparing powder,...

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Double Chocolate Wattleseed Cheesecake

Cheesecake is a sweet pastry comprising at least one layer. We've made it far and away superior with Wattleseed flavour for a nutty, broiled espresso smell, with hints of sweet zest, raisins, and chocolate. It has an appetizing, nutty, wheat-roll flavour. Difficulty Easy Prep Time 5 min Total Time 30 min Serving Size 1-2 Ingredients: 25g Arnott's Choc Ripple biscuits 100g butter, melted 30g tablespoons hot water 5 gelatine powder 2 x 250g cream cheese, at room temperature 150 cup thickened cream  170g caster sugar 150g white chocolate, melted, cooled 50g dark chocolate, melted, cooled 10g ground roasted wattleseed                         Method: 1. Brush a round or square cake tin with dissolved...

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Lemon Myrtle and Wattleseed Shortbread

This incredibly simple, fresh, shortbread treats formula meets up with two Australian outback ingredients--Lemon Myrtle and Wattleseed for an irresistibly nutty, savoury flavour combined with a citric aroma that's sweet and refreshing. The shortbread can be saved for quite a long time when put away appropriately and can make the dough well ahead of time. Difficulty Easy Prep Time 5 min Total Time 30 min Serving Size 1-2 Ingredients: 200g butter 100g caster sugar 1 tsp of ground Lemon Myrtle 10g ground Wattleseed 300g plain flour 25g caster sugar to decorate tops of shortbread                          Method: 1. Spot 1/2 the Wattleseed in a mortar and pestle and give it an...

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Riberry and Desert Lime Frozen Yogurt

What better way to chill off the summer heat other than a Frozen Yogurt for a dessert? This is not simply a Frozen Yogurt dessert! We've collaborated with @Veganaugogo to add an interesting invigorating taste of Desert Lime to this formula. With the correct fixings and gear, this formula can be trailed by anybody. We should make a plunge directly into it! Recipe Notes This recipe requires an ice cream maker. Ensure you have frozen your ice cream bowl overnight. Difficulty Easy Prep Time 5 min Total Time 20 min Serving Size 1-2 Ingredients: 700g Natural Coconut Yogurt 120g Caster Sugar 80g Fresh Riberry/Lilly Pilly Fruit 10g Desert Lime Powder 5g Salt                 ...

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