Lo­cal food:

Hop on in for some of the best hot-cross buns in town.

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - TASSIE LIVING -

Rasp­berry Fool $3 EACH OR $15 FOR ½ DOZEN

It’s a ve­gan’s dream come true this Easter with a sweet and rich ve­gan brioche dough, filled with orange zest, cur­rants and spice, topped off with an orange and car­damom Easter cross — you’d be a fool not to get your­self at least one of th­ese treats.

85 Bathurst St, Ho­bart

Jack­man & McRoss $2.50 EACH OR $12 FOR ½ A DOZEN

Th­ese lit­tle morsels from much-loved bak­ery Jack­man & McRoss are tra­di­tional with a twist, in­clud­ing apri­cots, hazel­nuts, a spiced dough and all the bits you know you love.

57 Ham­p­den Rd, Bat­tery Point, 4 Vic­to­ria St in the Ho­bart CBD, and 32 Cross St, New Town

Sweet Envy $3 EACH OR $15 FOR ½ A DOZEN

This North Ho­bart cake shop and cof­fee house also does a de­li­cious tra­di­tional hot-cross bun. With raisins, cur­rants, sul­tanas, a lit­tle bit of cin­na­mon all held to­gether by a spe­cial en­riched dough, renowned chef Alistair Wise keeps his buns sweet and sim­ple.

341 Elizabeth St, North Ho­bart

Daci & Daci $2.50 EACH OR $15 FOR ½ A DOZEN

This well-known Ho­bart eatery is renowned for their fine pas­tries and de­li­cious cakes so you can guess that their hot-cross buns will be no dif­fer­ent. In­dulge in a bun filled with spiced vine­fruit and can­died orange with Ash­grove but­ter, all topped with a choux pas­try cross and spiced syrup.

9-11 Mur­ray St, Ho­bart

Banjo’s Bak­ery $1.80 EACH OR $4.95 FOR ½ A DOZEN

Some may call choco­late hot-cross buns blas­phe­mous but for sweet tooths they are a dream come true. Banjo’s spiced dough is filled with melted Cad­bury choco­late and topped with a choco­late cross for added in­dul­gence. They also do de­li­cious tra­di­tional and gourmet fruit op­tions. 85 Elizabeth St, Ho­bart as well as var­i­ous lo­ca­tions around the state.

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