Hot Cross Buns: Sweet Buns From The 16th Century
By tennismama on April 07, 2012
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As I said above, I heat the two buns for 15 seconds in the microwave, and I ate them with butter and honey for the Good Friday breakfast. You can toast them too. My older son and Mr.D also like hot cross buns very much.
You can bake hot cross buns and serve them with your Easter meal. :)
Happy Easter! Joyeuses Pâques!
Hot Cross Buns
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