Olivado Organic Oil

Imagine waking up Christmas morning and smelling freshly baked muffins. Whip up these moist, delicious muffins before everyone gets up. They are filled with morsels of Dark Chocolate, raspberries, carrots, dates, bananas. It is a nice treat to eat while opening your gifts.

In these muffins I am using a oil that quickly become #1 in my home this year. It is the Olivado Macademia Nut Oil. Olivado plant produces high quality, extra virgin, cold-pressed avocado oils and they are situated in Kerikeri, New Zealand. They started another production plant in Kenya in 2007, producing organic and fair trade avocado oil from avocados grown by small farm holders in central Kenya. I have tried their oil in my cooking and baking and can guarantee it is of exceptional quality. The Macademia Nut Oil that I used in this recipe is low in saturated fat and high in natural antioxidants.  This oil has a very high smoke point (410F) and can be used in your stir-fry recipes. 



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  1. I'd use macadamia nut oil for pesto!

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  2. What a beautiful basket! I would like the opportunity to try these different (and fairly traded!) oils. Thanks

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  3. I'd make pancakes and chocolate cake with them

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  4. I would make some delicious stir-fried dishes with the Olivado organic oils!

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  5. all Christmas favorites

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  6. Lemon Garlic Chicken and Potatoes
    Jan

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  7. As a light dressing for pasta with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil.

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  8. I'd make salad dressings, and use it in baking of all kinds!

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  9. using them in our pasta and pizza dishes

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  10. I would use them in my Caramelized roasted vegetables

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  11. I'd like to make a shrimp and veggie stirfry.

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  12. I would use the oils in a simple pasta dish with garlic and chili peppers to let the flavours shine!

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  13. I would use this to make salad dressing

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  14. I'd make the Extreme Chocolate Cupcakes from their site.

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  15. Salads, chocolate cake and roasted vegetables come to mind

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  16. I'd make a variety of pestos.

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  17. Amanda H (floatingpyramids)Tuesday, December 17, 2013 12:55:00 am

    Lots of different pastas! Such as a simple one with olive oil, cherry tomatoes and feta.

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  18. I love just tossing with pasta and veggies! Ddebra33 at gmail dot com

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  19. I would use it for my chicken stir fry.

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  20. Roasted Root Veggies!

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  21. I would use macadamia nut oil for a delicate wheat based crepe with fruit and nuts.
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  22. Very interesting. I've never tried avocado or macadamia oils before. I'd try them first in salad dressings, and maybe with some pasta sauce.

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  23. I would use it to make the Banana Flaxseed Loaf.

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  24. The Kitchen Sink Muffins look amazing and I would make them with the oil.

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  25. I'd use the avocado oil for salad dressings and the macadamia oil for black bean brownies.

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  26. I would make Sweet & Spicy Nuts recipe

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  27. The Kitchen Sink Muffins sound fantastic! I would make those!

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  28. I'd like to try to make muffins.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  29. i'll use it raw, so in salads, on pasta

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  30. I'd love to make the Spiced Shrimp with Avocado Oil

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  31. I'd love to try them in pasta and salad and from their recipes the Yummy Chocolate Fudge.

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  32. would make a chocolate cake with the macadamia nut oil

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  33. Steak Quesadilla with Avocado Ranch Sauce

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  34. I would use these oils for dressings!

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  35. I will be using it to make stir fry shrimp.

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  36. I will use it for pastas, salads, and for pita dipping.
    pam w h

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  37. I would use them on foccacia breads. I love good dipping oil.

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  38. I would make all my favourite salad dressings.

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  39. Salad Dressings!
    allytcat at Hotmail dot com

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  40. I would make a veggie stirfry with all those yummy oils !

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  41. I use the oils in baking, salads and stir fries.

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  42. make the cheese and onion scone, and stirfry

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  43. I bake a mean chocolate squares recipe that my grandma gave me

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  44. Yes I bake with chocolate...Brownies are my favourite chocolate recipe!

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  45. Lovely basket! I bake lots with chocolate. Cookies, muffins, fudge and I LOVE a good chocolate fondue!

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  46. Yes I bake with chocolate. I like to make muffins, and candy like Roca, as well as peanut butter balls.

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  47. Lovely basket. I'd use the oils for pasta, salads, muffins...

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  48. All the time! Usually cookies, cake, muffins pretty much anything you can make with them lol.

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  49. I do. We like chocolate chip cookies, chocolate chip muffins and chocolate cake :)

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  50. yum. Yep I use chocolate for lots of things including decadent brownies

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  51. I use Purdy's chocolate for Nanaimo Bars!

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  52. I bake chocolate muffins, cookies, croissants, and cakes (and probably more)!

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  53. I bake chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cake and banana chocolate chip muffins

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  54. I bake with chocolate, chocolate chip cookes and rum balls

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  55. fudge and cookies
    aka midgeknows@rogers.com

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  56. i make banana choc chip mufffins

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  57. I bake a relish low fat chocolate cheese cake!

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  58. I love to bake brownies.

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  59. I like making chocolate chip cookies!

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  60. Brownies are a personal favourite and a recipe for chocolate chip oatmeal cookies that are sooooo good passed along to me by my mother! via Rhonda W G.

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  61. Chocolate Chip cookies are my families favourite, so I bake them often

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