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The tradition of eating Hot Cross Buns on Good Friday is practiced worldwide and most food anthropologists attribute the custom to the English.

According to the late British food writer Elizabeth Gwynne David, attempts were made to ban the custom by the Protestant English Monarchy but the buns were so popular that Elizabeth I declared the sale of Hot Cross Buns legal- but only on Easter and Christmas.

This recipe for Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns is made with healthy gluten-free flours, freshly grated lemon zest, raisins, spices and crossed with lemon-flavored icing. Enjoy this easy recipe for Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns on Good Friday, with Easter brunch or any day of the year without fear of penalty!


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