Tag: buns

Bunny melon pan

Easter is around the corner and even though I don’t celebrate, Christianly speaking, It has always been an occasion for family celebration and to eat Easter chocolate bunnies πŸ˜‰ Melon pan is a Japanese soft bread covered in a layer of cookie. It is very similar to Conchas, a Mexican […]

Easter Vegan Bunny Buns

These cute buns are called Zopfhasen (bread bunnies) in Switzerland and they’re usually made during Easter time! Kids love them, but adults enjoy them even more! The original recipe is made of buttery bread dough with raisins or sultans. I opted for a chocolate filling instead to make them even […]

Fluffy Black carrot buns with chocolate chips

Pull-apart buns represent well my idea of sharing and enjoying food with family and friends! These buns are pink and fluffy and thery are loaded with chocolate chips! They are great for breakfast and to take to school or work. So what are you waiting to try the recipe and […]

Vegan chocolate chip brioche buns

There is something nostalgic in brioche buns. They remind me of my childhood. I remember those fluffy sweet buns topped with coarse sugar that were sold at the small shop in the town where I grew up. I used to walk from school to home and sometimes I was allowed […]

Japanese melon pan

If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ve certainly seen these particular sweet buns placed on the shelves of bakeries. The most famous melon pan (パロンパン meronpan) are from Asakusa Kagetsudo Honten in Tokyo where you can enjoy them plain or filled with ice cream. Despite the name, these buns have […]

Tiger bread rolls

The tiger bread rolls are soft, fluffy buns with a crunchy and caramelized topping made from rice flour and toasted sesame oil, which gives them an incredible flavor. Tiger bread originates from the Netherlands where it’s know as tijgerbrood (tiger bread) or tijgerbol (tiger bun). It’s also called Dutch crunch or Giraffe bread because […]