If you fell in love with macadamias at first bite of those ever-popular white chocolate chip cookies, why not indulge in their naturally sweet flavor all on their own?
It's easy to see how their popularity in sweet treats has relegated macadamias to the non-snacking stratosphere, but they make a world-class alternative to other types of nuts. After all, they're equally rich in protein, fiber, and heart-healthy fats. Of course, macadamias can also be used to glam up your meals. Think macadamia-crusted mahi mahi or a mango tart with macadamia crust and you start to see the possibilities for tropical triumphs.
As for shelling out more on macadamias, they're worth their weight in rich, buttery flavor and inscrutably soft texture. They are also a rare delicacy that takes much more time to grow and extra effort to harvest, with the hardest shell of all the nuts to crack-much too tough for even the strongest household nutcracker. These come from South Africa, now home to the single largest plantation-and where macadamias have been a boon to the local economy. We roast them ourselves for the freshest flavor; these are unsalted for the maximum in versatility.
Macadamia Nuts, Canola Oil
Product of South Africa
Warning: Contains tree nuts. May contain occasional shell fragments. Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat and dairy products.
Serving Size: 28g (~1.0 oz)
Amount per Serving
|Calories from Fat||180|