Hot cross buns are always a winner around Easter time. We’ve put together a collection of some of our best (and unique) hot cross bun recipes.
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It’s time for some hot cross fun! Easter and hot cross buns go hand-in-hand. If you are tired of the ones you get from the shop, why not make your own? That way, you’ll always have hot cross buns when those cravings hit!
Hot cross buns with nut filling and cinnamon-vanilla syrup prove that the more buns you can consume over Easter, the better. These sticky, sweet, sinfully delicious buns are all you’ll need this season.
You simply cannot celebrate Easter without a hot-cross-bun. This year, the hot-cross-bun went gourmet and we turned it into a hot-cross-bun cake. Which is exactly like a hot-cross-bun, only bigger. And bigger is always better, of course.
What’s Easter without a warm, spiced hot cross bun? This hot cross buns with white chocolate and nut butter recipe is a delicious alternative to the usually-loaded-with-added-sugar-and-white-flour buns found in supermarkets.
Why not combine two absolutely delicious sweet treat into hot cross bun tiramisu? So creamy, sweet, cinnamon-y, chocolaty… this is pure dessert heaven.
Hot cross bun French toast with apple compote is wonderfully indulgent and full of autumnal flavours. It’s perfect for a lazy morning brunch, and won’t take longer than half an hour to make! Deliciously syrupy and sweet.
And you didn’t think hot cross buns could get any better…
If you’re looking for something a bit more out there than just popping a hot cross bun into the toaster, look no further than vanilla and cinnamon spiced custard ‘fondue’ with toasted hot cross bun fingers. This pudding is creamy, dreamy, and makes for an utterly delicious Easter.
It’s the time of year once more for hot cross buns! Although they’re a universal favourite, perhaps you’re getting bored of plain old buns with butter. If you are, it’s time to make hot cross bread and butter chocolate puddings. Turn leftover hot cross buns or even a few slices of our hot cross bun loaf into this scrummy pudding.
Why not combine two favourite pastries into one delicious Easter snack? Hot cross bun muffins are the best of both worlds. These cinnamon-y, crunchy yet light delights are perfect with a cup of tea.
It’s time for some hot cross fun! Try your hand at this utterly indulgent and absolutely perfect hot cross bundt.
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