The Sweet Spiciness of Hot Cross Buns!

Written by Gaynor Mairs on 21 March 2018

Apples are a great source of Vitamin B and C. Rich in dietary fibre, they should always be eaten with the skin on. Eat as is, add sliced to a peanut butter sandwich, serve with dips or as dessert with natural yogurt.

Most people love the sweet spiciness of  hot cross buns! With Spring in mind I have created my own cake’ version. There is little preparation required in getting it into the oven. Delight in a treat whilst benefitting from the vitamin D in the egg yolks as well as

the Calcium in the almonds. It will stay fresh if kept airtight for 2-3 days.Indulge in a  slice with a coffee in the Spring sunshine, weather permitting!


See my blog for the full recipe!







About Me

I am a freelance Home Economist, Blogger and Recipe Tester.

With a BA in Home Economics, I spent many years in recipe development working with major food companies supplying Marks & Spencer within the chilled sector.

Passionate about food and unadulterated cooking, I am committed to using seasonal, naturally sourced ingredients where possible.

I have been a regular guest author with Farmison & Co, an online retailer of the finest chef ingredients and a recipe tester and reviewer of food products.  More recently I have been endorsed as a BBC Goodfood Show Blogger and have written recipes for The National Osteoporosis Society promoting Vitamin D in the diet. In addition, I can provide retailers with regular/promotional blogs and recipes tailored to their specific needs. 

Whether it be for a new cookery book, magazine or recipe box, I can ensure that your recipes are finely tuned so that any novice can cook  them with outstanding results!

I am also experienced in tasting events and the promotion of artisanal food products at exhibitions.

Originally from Scotland, I now live in Yorkshire with my husband and two children.

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