Love iced buns? Why not make your own. This recipe was first published in Woman's Weekly in June 1956 and is a delight with its soft and sweet bun topped with pink and white icing

Love iced buns? Why not make your own. This recipe was first published in Woman's Weekly in June 1956 and is a delight with its soft and sweet bun topped with pink and white icing

Iced buns recipe - a nostalgic favourite, these iced buns taste so much better than shop-bought.

Iced buns recipe - a nostalgic favourite, these iced buns taste so much better than shop-bought.

Paul Hollywood's sticky iced fingers make wonderfully wicked tea time treats

Paul Hollywood's sticky iced fingers make wonderfully wicked tea time treats

This sticky iced bun recipe makes the perfect sweet treat and is surprisingly simple to make.

This sticky iced bun recipe makes the perfect sweet treat and is surprisingly simple to make.

Bring the flavours of Easter to your kitchen with Mary's moreish hot cross buns.  For this recipe you will need a piping bag fitted witha  fine 3mm nozzle, but if you don't have a nozzle you could use a piping bag and snip the end off.

Bring the flavours of Easter to your kitchen with Mary's moreish hot cross buns. For this recipe you will need a piping bag fitted witha fine 3mm nozzle, but if you don't have a nozzle you could use a piping bag and snip the end off.

Delicious homemade Belgium Buns better tasting than the bakers and easy to make

Delicious homemade Belgium Buns better tasting than the bakers and easy to make

This deliciously indulgent iced finger buns recipe from BakingMad.com is wonderful for an afternoon treat with all the family!

This deliciously indulgent iced finger buns recipe from BakingMad.com is wonderful for an afternoon treat with all the family!

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