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Published March 17th 2018
The Best Things In Life Are Cross
What happened to the sixth hot cross bun? (by Lausanne Morgan / Public Domain)
While hot cross buns are traditionally eaten only on Good Friday to signify the end of Lent, it's common to see the distinctively crossed bun in stores as early as January.
As Easter approaches, buns are rising in bakeries throughout Adelaide. Start your search for the best hot cross buns in Adelaide with these top 5.
Be drawn in by the aura of the golden cross boldly topping the sourdough bun.
The aroma of nutmeg and the satisfying bite through firm crust, soft bun and melting butter will satisfy. As you savour the aftertaste of sticky-sweet glaze, it's only human to be tempted back for seconds.
Dulwich Bakery is open Mon to Fri 7am - 6pm, Sat 7am - 5pm and Sun 8am - 5pm. They also have bakeries in Malvern, Collinswood, Unley, Glenelg South, Pasadena Green Shopping Centre, Beulah Park, Henley Beach and Grange.
The glorious glaze of freshly baked hot cross buns (by CJ's Bakery)
Kyton bakery behind castle plaza make amazing hot cross buns. Full of flavour, great texture and award winning I believe. So good that one couple made them their wedding cake on a special order!
They are also available at many Foodland stores
Kytons bakery at Edwardstown makes a really good bun. And they also have. Fruchocs one to be truly SA patriotic!
They are certainly available at Foodland and other places. Their laminations are famous and their Christmas puddings are the best and made the old fashioned way.