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Hot Cross Buns: these spicy fruity buns have long been an Easter tradition in the UK.

Their history dates back to pre-medieval times and it is believed that the cross blesses the bun.

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These Ivy Cottage buns are full of mixed fruit and spice and use an overnight prove to give a moist delicate crumb. The glaze is a sweet sticky treat and although it is said the cross and blessing would keep the dough from going stale, these however won’t last long enough to find out!

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2 thoughts on “One a penny, two a penny…

  1. Thanks for all the likes and your comment. Look forward to your Hot Cross Buns, I used an overnight ferment and was really impressed with depth of flavours from the dough,fruits and spices.

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