We know hot cross buns are a classic Easter staple, but this year lockdown restricted Brits have decided to get a little bit more creative with their buns.
One brand jumping onto this new trend is burger extraordinaire's Byron, who have just launched a limited edition and delicious looking Hot Cross Burger in time for the Easter weekend.
But customers keen to try the new burger will have to act fast. Byron’s limited edition Hot Cross Burger will be available for just 100 lucky Click and Collect or Deliveroo customers at Byron’s Old Brompton Road restaurant on Friday 2nd April, retailing at just £11.95 including a portion of the chains signature fries.
Richard Danks, Brand Director comments: “We like to think a Byron burger is the most fun you can have in a bun. Turns out, the same applies at Easter. There's only 100 of these treats available so we suggest getting in there early.
Taking inspiration from the favourite Easter buns, the not-so traditional treat features Byron’s new succulent 6oz Beef patty, layers of melted American cheese and crispy bacon – packaged together in a gloriously sweet hot cross bun, for a bite of seasonal indulgence.
A seasonal twist on two well-known classics, the limited edition Hot Cross Burger uses the extra prime cuts – short rib, flank, brisket and chuck – ensuring the delicious patties are packed with flavour and cooked perfectly pink and juicy. What better combo than a savoury meat patty encased in sweet, buttery, currant-filled goodness?
TikTok has also been been going into meltdown over the Easter food craze since chef, PoppyCooks shared a Hot Cross Bun Burger recipe to her 1.4 million followers.
If you're looking for some last minute ideas for fun things to do with the kids this Easter, check out thees top alternative activities to try out with the whole family.
Equally, if you're after some more indulgence Morrisons has just launched a £22 Easter Treat box full of chocolate surprises for creating Easter egg hunts of your very own around the house this weekend.
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