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  • WATTLESEED (20g)


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    Wattleseed is highly nutritious and versitile to use.
    Wattleseed has been a staple food for Indigenous people for thousands of years as a rich source of protein, fibre and carbohydrate and used to make cakes and damper.
    Wattleseed has a hazelnut, chocolate and coffee taste and aroma, it can be used as a coffee substitute. Wattle lattes taste great but don’t throw away the nutritious seeds as they can be reused in baking or cooking..

    • As a Latte or long black. Wattlelatte !
    • In a coffee plunger, Brew 5-10g of NATIF Wattleseed Grind into 1 cup of boiling water, wait 5 minutes, strain, then add your favourite frothed milk or serve as a long black
    • Alternatively add 1 cup of milk to a saucepan with 5-10g of Wattleseeds, simmer for 1minute then let stand for 3 minutes, strain into a coffee cup and add some local honey. As an option add a sprinkle of cinnamon or turmeric on top.
    • For desserts soak the Wattleseeds in a small amount of hot water (just enough to cover) for a few minutes for a less crunchy texture when adding to other recipes.
    • Can be added to healthy deserts, tarts and baking
    • Use to thicken soups and sauces
    • Use the brew to make thick shakes, cocktails, sodas and smoothies
    • You can even use the seeds as a facial and body exfoliant !
    • Wattle you make !


    Wattleeeds contain Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium and other nutrients for good health. They are a Low GIycemic Carbohydrate, a source of protein and fibre too. As part of a healthy balanced diet you can incorporate the Wattleseed into your everyday cooking making it nutritious and delicious.


    Wild Harvested Roasted Ground Wattleseed