Not Just Good Friday!
There's not long left to enjoy our tasty Hot Cross Buns.
Each and every morning, we bake our fresh Hot Cross Buns to our original recipe made with plump currants and sultanas steeped in real spice essences, before crossing every bun by hand and baking them till golden brown.
We then glaze with our very own spice recipe before packing and delivering them fresh to each and everyone of our stores and if your lucky enough, you may just get them while they're still warm.
But there's so much more in all our shops! With a selection of fun and tasty treats to suit all , including our large chocolate sponge nests, Individual gingerbread ducks, shortbread bunnies and rabbit cupcakes. Make sure you visit us for a truly Indulgent treat this Easter.
Go on Indulge, you desrve it!
Did you know? English Folklore includes many superstitions surrounding hot cross buns. One of them says that buns baked and served on Good Friday will not spoil or mold during the subsequent year. Another encourages keeping such a bun for medicinal purposes. A piece of it given to someone who is ill is said to help them recover?
Every morning, each of our 6 shops produce fresh right there in the shop a range of tempting salads, sandwiches, rolls & mini sticks.
Every roll & sandwich is made with our own fresh baked bread from that morning including wholemeal, white, multiseed and our signature cheese and marmite. Along with a range of tempting fillings from cheedar cheese to spicy chicken there's a whole choice of flavours to choose from.
Because our sandwiches are not massed produced, limp soggy and pre packed days before sale like some of our competitiors, you can be assured of the very best quality and freshness and better still, if you can't see what you want, just ask and if we have it in stock we'll be happy to make it, just the way you like.
You can now order your lunch via the Sarnie Time iPhone App here!
We've been proud members of the Craft Bakers Association (formaly National Association of Master Bakers) for over 50 years.