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  1. Mike

    I have made these for several years to share at our block association Easter egg hunt. They are well received and each year requested. Easy recipe. just take your time.

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  2. Jane

    When I was a young girl, more than 50 years ago my mother made Hot Cross Buns every year the day before Good Friday. And on Friday the then elderly ladies who had grown up as girls on the next farm would come for a visit, and mom served the buns. Her recipe was huge, 5 dozen or so of buns. I never used it. This is a good recipe resulting in the number of buns I want. Every Easter I remember getting out the cups and saucers, because Mrs.B, Mrs.R, Mrs.H and Miss F, would be by for tea.

  3. Judi

    Adjustments necessary for high altitude? I’m at 8900 feet!

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  4. Robert Wilkin

    This is the first time I have made Hot Cross Buns! I hashtagged it on my Facebook page. I am not going to put the icing on them but I split the top. They look great!! They taste even better. I used dices dates in them because I didn’t have any dried currants on hand. And I used one cup of bread flour for one of the cups of the all-purpose flour.

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  5. Terri

    These were amazing, in both flavor and texture! Definitely use all of the spices and orange zest, and perhaps a bit more. I have saved this recipe for the coming Easters, since it is better than any others I have used in the past! Thank you so much!

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