We baked you hot cross buns!
Hot cross buns are so popular around Easter time, they have developed a persona of their own. They're as synonymous with Easter as coloured eggs, but they tend to get recognition only once, maybe twice a year. But when they do get noticed, they go big! We searched the web for the best of the best hot cross bun stories and this is what we found.
“The stickier the hot cross bun, the better!”
After you read about the four best hot cross bun bakers in the UK, you're never going to return to those wannabe supermarket buns. These men have mastered the art of baking, particularly, the art of the hot cross buns.
“Yes, it's possible to make hot cross buns in a standard microwave.”
We're doing a 180 here and going from the best of the best, to microwave bread. Don't fret, this article tells you the other kitchen gadgets to use to get your hot cross buns at home.
“For the hot cross bun addict in us all.”
If baking and eating hot cross buns is not enough, you can now talk about them on Facebook. The Facebook page seems to experience a sudden revival this time of year, so you might want to hop over and give your two cents.
“One a penny, two a penny hot cross buns.”
We're not sure if this is the best or the worst version of the hot cross buns nursery rhym. It has a catchy reggae-esq tune in the background and really impressive graphics. Prepare to be amazed by this music video.
"Messing with the programme rarely goes down well."
When it comes to hot cross buns, it's best to keep it simple. The Guardian put this theory to the test and did the hard work for us. Check out this Easter taste test review of hot cross buns.