Finally, all our Easter recipes will come out. Our country’s tradition is Easter bread named Folar, and I have a very good recipe, without egg, totally Vegan. But I use an apple in the middle and Matilde would not be able to eat. So, this year, I adopted a new tradition. Hot Cross Buns, are a tradition here for these sides of Europe. And I just tell you … They are delicious!
They are made and eaten on Good Friday, slightly spicy, slightly sweet, the traditional version takes raisin (but I didn’t put it) and with a cross on top. These breads mark the end of Lent, the traditional time of fasting.
We loved it! It will become our tradition too and gives the Easter table a special touch. These little breads piqued the little ones’ curiosity and it was great to have a moment at breakfast to talk about the meaning of Easter (the meaning beyond the Easter bunny and chocolate eggs).