Hot cross buns

Traditionally eaten on Good Friday, the hot cross bun is a spiced, sweet bun made with raisins or currants and marked with a cross on the top. The buns were traditionally eaten at breakfast time, hot from the oven. Learn how to make them here:

Traditional spiced, sticky glazed fruit buns with pastry crosses. Served as a classic Easter treat, the buns can also be enjoyed at any time of year.

Read more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/hotcrossbuns_397

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