One of the best parts about Easter is undoubtedly the hot cross buns. and even though some shops have been selling them for months, I think it’s finally appropriate to eat them.
In recent times, there have been more creative takes on the hot cross bun, and we’ve found quite the unique variation.
Hot ‘Croiss’ Buns, as the name suggests, is a croissant with with the cross icing on the top to make the treat look like a traditional hot cross bun.
But the similarities don’t end there, with the filling of mixed dried fruit and spices finished with Frankincense glaze keeping the hot cross bun theme going.
You can find these devilishly decadent creations at the patisserie Mascavado.
Owner Lea Chairesa said the idea came quite naturally to them.
“What do you eat hot cross buns with? Butter. so we made something with a lot of butter,” said Lea.
Mascavado will start selling the Hot Croiss Buns on Sunday March 28, and they will be available until Easter Sunday (Mascavado is closed on Good Friday).
You can find Mascavado at 175 Hutt St, Adelaide SA.