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Bake hot cross buns with Dan Lepard, Mon 29 March, 10.30am to 12.30pm

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GeraldineMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 25-Mar-10 12:43:45

We're very glad that baker and food writer Dan Lepard is back for another Mumsnet webchat and bakealong on Monday 29 March from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

This time, as it's nearly Easter, Dan will be making hot cross buns. You can see his recipe for easy hot cross buns, plus lovely picture of a batch he made earlier here.

While Dan's (and your) buns are in the oven <snurk>, he will answer questions and swap tips about baking, 1001 ways with yeast, and the like.

Please share a picture of the finished result on your profile, so we can all gawp in admiration.

If you don't have time to bake but still want to quiz Dan, please join us anyway.

And, of course, if you can't make it on Monday but have a question you'd like to ask Dan, please post it here.

haninka Fri 07-May-10 11:19:01

Hi Dan,
I started with GF baking just few months ago and I am not sure if using Original pudding Dr.Oetker- Vanila is coeliac safe?
I am coeliac myself and I feel fine after eating Dr. Oetker puddings.The product itsself is made just from cornstarch+natural flavours and colours but it's made in a factory which works also with milk and wheat.
Do you have any experiences with these products?
And if yes are these products safe for all coeliacs?

Thank you
H.

thumbbunny Sat 23-Apr-11 10:55:53

I have just made these hot cross buns ready for tomorrow - and used spelt flour instead of ordinary. They look a bit darker but jolly good - DH is already salivating to try one! The only minor sadness is that the spelt flour crosses appear to have gone quite brown as well. But I'm sure they'll taste just fine, even if they don't look quite perfect. grin

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