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Hot Cross Bun Jaffles With Bacon: A Sinful Easter Treat Worth Praying Over

Hot Cross Bun Jaffles is a sinful combo of two South African delicacies. Add some bacon to the mix and say a little prayer before you tuck into a deluxe Hot Cross Bun Jaffel oozing with cheese.

As iconic as Durban Poison and Nandos, Jaffles has been filling the tummies of many South African citizens before your Ouma’s Ouma was born. Be it high or stone-cold-sober, Jaffles seem to hit the spot every single time they present themselves on the rare occasion.

Outselling the pancake table at the church bazaar back in the 90s, Jaffles has gone from humble to gourmet over the years. Food bloggers and home cooks have shared some really delicious and seriously ridiculous fillings for Jaffles.

Hot Cross Bun Jaffles is by far one of the most unique versions of the cast-iron toastie floating around on the foodiesphere. Sinful or not, say a little prayer for the genius who created jaffels that taste like hot buns.

Hot Cross Bun Jaffels

Recipe by Stoned CitizenCourse: Articles
Servings

4servings

Prep time

30minutes

Cooking time

40minutes

Calories

300kcal

Ingredients

  • 4 hot cross buns, sliced

  • soft butter for spreading

  • Strawberry Jam for spreading

  • 8 streaky bacon rashers, crispy fried

  • 125 g (1 cup) cheddar cheese, grated,

Directions

  • Butter the outside of one side of each of the hot cross buns.
  • Place the hot cross bun, buttered side down, on a board and spread with a layer of strawberry jam
  • Place two slices of bacon on each half.
  • Top with cheese and close the remaining halves of the hot cross buns over the filling.
  • Spread the outside of each hot cross bun with butter.
  • Place the hot cross bun sandwiches one at a time inside a heated jaffle iron (or use a sandwich maker) and slowly toast over a low flame or medium heat until golden brown.

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