Celebrate the arrival of Easter (AKA chocolate season) with a serve of freshly baked hot cross buns from our favourite bakeries.
It’s that time of year when we swap thongs for boots and exchange fresh salads for hearty pub feeds. A time when we embrace all things cosy and get ready for the cooler months ahead. We can all agree that one of our favourite periods in the autumn calendar is Easter. Why? We score two public holidays, get a free pass to eat chocolate at all hours of the day and of course, Sydney’s top bakeries sling freshly baked hot cross buns. If you’re on the hunt for the best spots to nab hot cross buns in Sydney this season, check out our ultimate guide below.
This neighbourhood cafe is offering hot cross buns courtesy of the team at Sonoma Bakery & Tuga Pastries. You can enjoy one with your morning brew for dine-in or takeaway or pre-order a box of 6 or 12 to pick up. Find out more here.
As you’d expect, the legends from Black Star Pastry are bringing back their famous hot cross buns from the 28th of March. These baked goods are sticky, sweet, spicy and completely vegan. They will be available across all Sydney & Melbourne venues. Find your nearest location here.
The team from artisan gluten-free bakery Nonie’s have two incredible hot cross bun flavours for you to try this Easter. Opt for their classic hot cross bun or go all-out with their chocolate variation. Pre-order online and pick up from various Sydney stockists. Order online here.
Tuga is baking traditional style hot cross buns with friend fruits, mixed spice and cinnamon. If you’re more of a chocolate fan, try their combination of mixed spice, cinnamon and Callebaut dark chocolate. You can pre-order online to pick up or head straight to one of the bakeries. Order online here.
From May 5th, Grumpy Baker will be bringing back their famous hot cross buns which sell out each year. These buns are made from Jewish Challah dough giving them a uniquely rich and spongy flavour. Choose from choc chop or the classic hot cross buns with sultana that are perfectly moist, fluffy and sticky. Find your nearest location here.
For those who are gluten-free, you do not need to miss out on the fun this Easter! Wholegreen Bakery is cooking completely gluten-free hot cross buns for you to enjoy. You can pre-order online and choose from traditional fruit or chocolate. Order online here.
Berkelo buns are back, full of Murray River organic fruit, certified sustainable Aussie flour, their signature sourdough mumma, anise myrtle tea and “secret” blend of bun spices. The best part? The buns are each topped with a honey glaze. Available in-store or to order online here.
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