The fact shelves of hot cross buns seem to appear in supermarkets right after Australia Day is a sign these fruity baked goods are an Easter treat beloved by many.
But if you’ve had your fill by the time Easter Sunday rolls around and want to diversify your palate, why not try these Easter Paska buns? Paska is a rich, citrussy sweet bread, typically baked in loaves or rolls of all shapes and sizes and decorated with icing and sprinkles. It’s a traditional dish made at Easter time in countries such as Germany and Ukraine.
This recipe takes the traditional loaf and turns it into buns, so they’re easier to share with friends. Enjoy!
You can enjoy these immediately, or store for up to three days in an air-tight container. Don’t refrigerate, though, as this will only dry the buns out.