With Easter being less than couple of weeks away I thought it's the perfect timing to share with you my clean eating hot cross buns recipe. It might seem a bit of hard work, but trust me it's worth the effort!
Few side notes before we get making and baking the clean eating hot cross buns recipe. Usually mixed peel or candied fruits are used in traditional hot cross buns, however to keep it clean I've substituted with 2 tablespoons each of raisins, dried cranberries, golden raisins or sultanas and chopped dried apricots. You can use whatever you have in your cupboard though, just stick to the right amount.
In place of mixed spices use 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder, ½ teaspoon of ground ginger, ½ teaspoon of allspice and ¼ teaspoon of nutmeg. For the glaze you could use honey, maple syrup or even jam or marmalade. Just make sure you opt out for a clean one.
Also I have made in the past highly indulgent and lush hot cross fudge using tahini, coconut oil and some cacao. Really decadent, you have to try it. Full recipe in here
Here's the clean eating hot cross buns recipe
Serve the warm buns with tea, jam, butter or peanut butter. I personally love having the warm bun with a generous spread of peanut butter.