Nan's Baking Powder Tea Buns
This are my Nan's old time recipe.
It's a Newfoundland tradition to have a tea bun with a cup of tea, and you always use Carnation condensed milk in your tea.
A tea bun is kind of like a regular biscuit with a little sweetness. You can omit the raisins, or substitue for some other dried fruit, if desired.
I'm so glad I have the will power to keep away from these buns, though I don't make them very often because others in my family don't have the same amount of will power.
CALORIES: 373.8 |
FAT: 16.9g |
PROTEIN: 5.4g |
CARBS: 51.7g |