Macadamias are a rich, sweet, nutty dessert.
You can buy them raw, or in the form of nut butter, but I prefer to use the raw variety.
Macadams are made from a mixture of oil, butter, and water, and they’re typically eaten in the summertime, when you want a nutty treat.
You’re looking for something with a good amount of oil and a buttery texture.
I like to make macadamia cookies using an extra-virgin olive oil, but you can also use a nut-free version of olive oil if you prefer.
To make macamos, first combine all of the ingredients except for the nuts, in a medium bowl.
Stir in the oil, then pour into a baking pan and bake for 20-25 minutes, until the mixture begins to set.
To serve, sprinkle a little of the macadam mixture on a cookie or cupcake.
Macamamias can be eaten plain, or you can sprinkle some over a cupcake, a pie crust, or just plain as is.