Lightly toasted with salted butter, a hot cross bun is a must for all Aussies during Easter! We’ve got the list of Canberra’s best buns, made traditional or with a twist. Make sure you get yours before they’re gone for another year!

Three Mills Bakery

Three Mills Bakery seems to be mastering every baked goods item they set out to create, and hot cross buns are no exception. Keeping things simple, this year they have decided to stick to the classics, offering just the traditional hot cross buns, done really well.

Sonoma Bakery

Putting their own spin on the beloved hot cross buns, Sonoma has stamped their signature ‘S’ on all their hot cross buns, dubbing them not-cross-buns. Refining the traditional recipe to include a unique blend of raisins, cranberries, apricots and candied oranges, they promise they taste better than ever! Or if you’re looking for something more decadent, try a hot cross bun ice-cream sandwich drizzled with hot Sonoma Salted Caramel Sauce.

Under Bakery

Prepared with all the flavours to fuel your nostalgia, Under Bakery’s Easter buns are glazed to perfection. Making sure the tradition doesn’t lose its charm, get your Easter orders in before they are gone after the holiday.

Knead Bakery

Knead says, why change the classic? Head into their bakeries daily for the perfect traditional hot cross bun just how you like it. But get in early, they won’t last long.

Wildflour Artisan Bakery & Cafe

Fresh, fluffy and just waiting for you to take a bite, it wouldn’t be Easter without a hot cross bun from Wildflour. You bet they’re made fresh daily and sell out before each day is out!

Silo Bakery

Pop into Silo for your favourite brekky or lunch, then finish it off with a coffee and hot cross bun to get you energised for the rest of the day. Feeding the whole family? Order them in bulk so you don’t miss out!

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