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is there a "recipe" for a "Easterbuns" that a Ms person can
have made without milk & butter.?
Do you mean Hot cross Buns? My wife made me some the other day that were program compliant.
Please share the recipe if oyu have time!

Gareth wrote: Do you mean Hot cross Buns? My wife made me some the other day that were program compliant.

Hi Gareth; Yes i do mean HotCross Buns.

I'm afraid I can't. My wife looks after any baking that is done. I can't really find the love for that kind of cooking. I'm sure you would be able to find a vegan recipe on the internet and make a few modifications if necessary.

Hey Caro, Why do you have a purple name?

Here's one that I've used (although it is designed for processing in a Thermomix, it could be hand-kneaded) http://quirkycooking.blogspot.com/2009/ ... -buns.html
Ha :) Gareth - never noticed my name came up purple before!
Thanks drjo for the recipe - looks good. Will have to try it...


(just waiting for my fruit crumble to come out of the oven and hubby to do dishes so we can sit down to dessert.... Can't believe I ever had to use butter in crumble!)
Hi All

I'm not sure I have the skills or dedication to make my own Hot Cross Buns this easter. However, I did go into a national bakery chain the other day and got the nutritional information on their basic version. Accoding to the printout, theirs contain no egg or dairy and have a saturated fat total of 0.6g each... so... I'm thinking I'm all good for 1 or 2 on Friday.

For those of you in Australia, the brand is Baker's Delight and I have the information if anyone want's me to post.

Now, if I could find a dairy free, low fat, OMS compliant easter egg!

Hi Tracey - those easter buns contain vegetable oil. Most of their products do.

Most health food shops have dairy free eggs at the moment, I can't remember the brand, but I researched the ingredients and they are ok for us. Only thing is, a small egg contains 5g of saturated fat. I'm not going to purchase any, I can't even remember what chocolate tastes like!
I just made these tonight, and they are lovely!


I used wholemeal flour instead of white flour
I used brown sugar in place of caster sugar
I didn't add the butter or any substitute
I used soy milk instead of normal milk
and used egg whites in place of the eggs

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