National Macadamia Nut Day | September 4
Mon Sep 4th

National Macadamia Nut Day

On September 4th, National Macadamia Nut Day is recognized for a nutty nut that can be found in many baked goods and desserts.


Delectable macadamia nuts have a creamy buttery flavor. These nuts add a subtle richness to everything they love. Macadamia nuts were also popular in Australia, and they were also useful. They were named after the physician and chemist John Macadam, who discovered them. Macadam has also explored furthering the tree's cultivation in Australia, making it more available.

The macadamia tree, which is similar to large evergreens, grows between 30 and 40 feet high. Although they are native to Australia, the bulk of today's world supply rises in Hawaii. In 1921, growers in Hawaii first began raising macadamia trees. This delectable nut is also grown in Indonesia, South Africa, and California.

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Macadamia can be eaten raw or roasted, as with many nuts. Bakers are particularly fond of using them in baked goods, such as cookies. They pair well with chocolate, as well as chocolate.

Since the macadamia is nutrient-rich, they are well-known for their health benefits. Of course, being in the nut family has its benefits, too! Macadamias are a useful energy source, high in dietary fiber, gluten-free, and high in mono-unsaturated fat. They also provide an excellent source of minerals and contain many essential B-complex vitamins.

How to celebrate national macadamia nut day

This nut has you covered whether you're looking for a healthy snack or a sweet tooth. Try a new dish. Make a handful of macadamia nuts for a snack at your desk or bake them into a batch of cookies. When watching a movie, add some to your salad or mix them in with popcorn. You can also: You can also: You can: You can also: You can: You can also:

  • Visit your local bakery to try new macadamia nuts
  • Add a little macadamia flavor to your coffee with creamer or syrup, or syrup
  • Take a snapshot of your creations and post them on social media
  • Invite a friend to attend your wedding

Join the discussion by posting #MacadamiaNutDay on social media.

Macadamia nut FAQ

Q. How many calories are in macadamia nuts?

A. One ounce of macadamia nuts contains 204 calories, topping the list of common nuts listed below. Although the macadamia nut is on the higher end of the nutty calorie spectrum, they do still contain essential nutrients.

Pecans – 196 Brazil nuts – 186 Walnuts – 185 Hazelnuts – 178 Almonds – 164 Peanuts – 161 Pistachios – 159 Cashews – 157

Q. Is macadamia nuts good nut butter? Yes! Yes! Macadamia nut butter is also packed with healthy fats (monounsaturated) that our bodies crave.

Q. Can I grow a macadamia tree? In Florida, California, and Hawaii, A. Macadamias are grown. They love warm climates with no frost. Yes, you can grow a macadamia tree in a place like that.