What can you make with leftover hot cross buns?

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Do you have old dry leftover hot cross buns? This genius afternoon snack idea will bring them back to life

  • Cook shares her recipe for tasty sweet treats made with leftover hot cross buns
  • She created cinnamon ‘chips’ from hot cross buns with  Nutella dipping sauce
  • Victoria’s simple recipe video has received more than 212,000 views on TikTok 
  • ‘Got so many leftover hot cross buns! Such a great idea,’ a TikTok user wrote

A home cook has shared how to make a delicious sweet treat with old leftover hot cross buns. 

Sydney-based foodie, Victoria Minell, created homemade hot cross bun chips covered in cinnamon with a pot of Nutella dipping sauce.

To create the tasty treats she sliced a six-pack of hot cross buns in half and then half again to make ‘chips’.

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Sydney-based foodie, Victoria, created homemade hot cross bun chips covered in cinnamon

She cut the buns to create chips then coated them in melted butter and dunked them into cinnamon

A home cook has shared how to make a delicious sweet treat with old leftover hot cross buns 

She then placed the hot cross bun chips into a large bowl and poured in melted butter.

Victoria then poured cinnamon sugar onto a large plate and dunked the butter-coated bun slices into the spices. 

Once the buns were completely coated in the cinnamon sugar she laid the chips out onto a tray lined with baking paper and placed them into the oven. 

She let the cinnamon coated chips bake for eight to 10 minutes or until golden brown on 180 degrees Celsius.

To serve the cinnamon chips she arranged them on a plate with a small pot of Nutella and finished with a final dusting of cinnamon sugar.

Victoria shared the recipe to TikTok where it has since received more than 212,000 views and hundreds of comments thanking her for the leftover snack inspiration. 

She baked the sweet treats until golden and arranged them on a plate with a small pot of Nutella

Her recipe video has since received more than 212,000 views and hundreds of comments

To serve the cinnamon chips she arranged them on a plate with a small pot of Nutella to dunk them into and finished with a final dusting of cinnamon sugar

How to make cinnamon chips with leftover hot cross buns:

Ingredients:

  • Six pack hot cross buns 
  • Butter, melted
  • Cinnamon sugar
  • Nutella 

Method: 

  1. Slice a six-pack of hot cross buns in half and cut them in half again to make ‘chips’.
  2. Place the hot cross bun chips into a large bowl and pour melted butter into the bowl to cover the buns.
  3. Pour cinnamon sugar onto a large plate and dunk the butter-coated bun slices into the spices. 
  4. Lay the chips out onto a tray lined with baking paper and place them into the oven on 180 degrees celsius. 
  5. Bake the cinnamon coated chips for only eight to 10 minutes or until they are golden. 
  6. Arrange the baked bun chips on a plate with a small pot of Nutella to dunk them into. 
  7. Serve the homemade sweet treats with a final dusting of cinnamon sugar.

‘These look so good! I am definitely going to make them,’ one wrote. 

‘Yum! Will make these, might try with strawberries and icing sugar,’ another wrote.

‘Got so many leftover hot cross buns! Such a great idea,’ a third wrote. 

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