Friday, April 22, 2011

One a Penny, Two a Penny

Freshly baked for Morning Tea

Hot Cross Buns
340ml water
2 tabs oil
2 teasp salt
3 tabs brown sugar
4 cups bread flour
3 tabs milk powder
1 tabs mixed spice
1 tabs- Cinnamon
2 1/2 teas yeast

Mix together
1/2 cup icing sugar
1/4 teasp all spice
1/4 teasp cinnamon
1 tab water

Place all ingredients in order into Bread Machine and place on dough setting. (Anything that saves me time has to be a good thing)
Once dough is mixed knead in 1 &1/4 cups of sultanas
Chop dough into 18 pieces and shape into rounds
Place close together on a baking tray
Place in warm position and allow to rise for a further 20 minutes or 
doubled in size
Blend a batter of 2 tablespoons of water with 1/4 cup of plain flour, spoon into plastic bag. Cut of tip and pipe a cross onto each bun
Bake in a preheated oven 200 Degrees for 20 minutes or until Golden brown. Brush with Glaze.
Slide off tray and let stand for 5 - 10 minutes before serving
 Break apart, spread with butter and serve with a nice cuppa Tea! 


  1. delishous.. my girls are in the kitchen right now as I type but no one seems to want hotcross buns today they want cookies I can almost smell yours from here

  2. Mine are made too and have already enjoyed some with butter :0)

  3. Oh what gorgeous buns you have baked there. Love your take on large family life, i hear you. Love Posie

  4. cooking your recipe here in Israel

  5. I think homemade hotcross buns will be on the cards for breakfast tomorrow :)
    These look delicious!!
    Happy Easter

  6. Eating them at the moment with a mug of tea while it is tipping down outside


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