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20 Cakes of Hand Made Lemon Myrtle Soap (100grams)

20 Cakes of Hand Made Lemon Myrtle Soap (100grams)

A great sized pack of soap and our most popular re-order size. This great value 20 Pack of Lemon Myrtle Soap comes in your choice of plain cakes or exfoliating cakes in a range of colours. Great buying at under $2.20 per cake.

Soap is unboxed to save you more. Choose your own combination of colours in either plain or exfoliating.



Price: AU$43.99

Value Bundle of 10 Hand Made Lemon Myrtle Soap Cakes (100grams)

Value Bundle of 10 Hand Made Lemon Myrtle Soap Cakes (100grams)

A very popular order. Purchased in a value bundle of 10, these hand made Lemon Myrtle soaps are under $2.30 per cake and offer exceptional value.

Price: AU$22.99

Moisturiser with Natural Lemon Myrtle 200ml

Moisturiser with Natural Lemon Myrtle 200ml

Lemon Myrtle natural Moisturiser Lotion is an all natural plant derived product, enhanced with the natural benefits of Lemon Myrtle Oil.

Price: AU$12.95

Lemon Myrtle Coconut Syrup Cake

Infuse the great flavour of Lemon Myrtle

Ingredients

cup (125g) unsalted butter
1 cup (250g) caster sugar
4 large eggs
2 cups (185g) desiccated coconut
1 cup (125g) self raising flour
2 tsp ground lemon myrtle

Method

Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time and beat well after adding each one. Stir in coconut, flour and ground lemon myrtle gently until combined. Put mixture into a greased and base lined 20 cm (8) round cake tin and bake at 160 Celsius for 1 hour or until cooked.

Syrup

1 cup (250g) sugar
cup of water
1 tsp ground lemon myrtle
Juice of 1 lemon

Method

Bring all ingredients to the boil stirring until sugar is dissolved. Strain lemon myrtle from syrup and pour the syrup over cake as soon as it comes out of the oven. Leave cake to cool in tin before turning out.

Serve accompanied by orange segments and blueberries and cream or
natural yoghurt.

 
Prize winning Lemon Myrtle Recipe
Northern Rivers Herb Festival
Courtesy of Silvana Smith, Mullumbimby, NSW

 


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