Traditionally served on Good Friday to mark the end of Lent, hot cross buns are enjoyed in the British Isles, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, some parts of the Americas… but not as much as they are here, we’re sure.
Stuffed roast chicken
Use your buns to make a yummy stuffing in this five-star roast chicken recipe.
Cranberry and orange buns with milk chocolate drizzle
These make-from-scratch buns have a citrusy twist and a decadent chocolate drizzle that we cannot resist.
Beef burgers with spicy slaw
What’s a bun without a burger, really?
Bread-and-butter pudding with a sweet-and-spicy twist
One word. Yes.
Beetroot salad tossed in yoghurt with spiced bun croutons
Cook’s tip: This side is delicious with Woolies’ peppered beef fillets.
Spiced ice-cream sandwiches
Cook’s note: Hot cross buns with Woolies’ decadent pistachio ice cream? Why on Earth not?
Traditional home-made hot cross buns
Nothing beats a fresh pack of store-bought hot cross buns than a tray of them served warm from your very own oven.