Macadamias. They’re delicious. They’re good for you. And…they’re delicious – which I believe I already mentioned, but I’m saying it again because they’re just so delicious!Designed and made in Australia.
Made from heavy-duty plastic and metal.
Put your Macadamia inside, place the white dot that indicates the nut’s stress point at the top and turn the head a couple of times until the Macadamia cracks. It’s easy, and often only takes a couple of twists.
Usually opens your Macadamias whole, without reducing the nut inside to too many pieces.
Hand wash recommended.
The only problem with Macadamias? Getting the little so-and-sos out of their shells! Why must the most delicious of nuts so hard to crack?!?
The solution? The Crack-a-Mac. It’s a nutcracker, designed specifically for cracking Macadamia nuts. And, it’s got a cute little koala head - because it’s Australian made and designed, of course!
The clever little cookies over at Crack-a-Mac had a really close look at the Macadamia nut…and discovered there’s a little white dot on the shell of every Macadamia, right opposite the stem point. This little white dot represents the start of the nut’s natural fracture line. Apply a little pressure to this dot and – crack! – your Macadamia pops open.
Just put your Macadamia inside the Crack-a-Mac and line the little white dot up with the metal cracker. Twist the Koala’s head a couple of times to apply pressure…and with a little crack, your Macadamia will open!
Enjoying delicious Macadamia nuts just got so much easier. It’s amazing what a little Aussie ingenuity can achieve!