Original recipe yields 15 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
These buns had the *best* flavor of any hot cross buns I've ever tasted. The grated orange peel and other spices went very well together and the flavor was excellent. I used dried cranberries ...
I think a big part of this tradition is to cut crosses into the buns with floured scissors or sharp knife just before egg-washing them. Then you can spoon the icing into the grooved crosses afte...
Very good. I added about 1/4 more sugar to the batter. To make them more traditional, I made a soft paste with equal parts flour and water, and piped it in crosses before baking the buns. This ...
I brought these to a morning meeting and got universal raves. Better than any I've had. I will definitely make them again!
Very good. Next time I think I'll up the yeast by 1/2 tsp. as I thought they should have risen a little more (in comparison with my non-machine recipe).
My 4 year old nephew ate 3 of these on Good Friday afternoon with coffee. He said to make them again, "a lot". Very easy and delicious.
The buns were very good and easy to make. It was nice to try and have during Easter time. Dave
These Hot Cross Buns are absolutely wonderful. We will most likely enjoy them year round instead of just at Easter.