Hot cross buns, traditionally eaten on Good Friday, are steeped in superstition - a cross was cut into the top of them before baking to 'let the devil out' and some people kept buns from one Easter to the next as lucky charms. Sharing one of these sticky, fruity treats is meant to cement friendships, which is as good an excuse as any to bake a batch.
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