The pregnant duchess took the banana bread, packed with chocolate chips and a touch of ginger, to Mountain View Farm near Dubbo, New South Wales, to meet the Woodley's, a five-generation farming family suffering in the countries drought.
Benita Woodley, 20, whose parents Scott and Elaine currently farm the 3,000-acre property, said it was delicious and "such a nice and thoughtful thing for her to do."
Nutritionists have hinted the addition of ginger could suggest the Duchess - currently in her second trimester - could be suffering from morning sickness and nausea.
Ginger root has a long history of being used in traditional and alternative medicine to help calm the stomach.
Meghan and Harry's royal tour continues, as they head to Fiji on October 23.