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is a simple pastry made with a sweet yeast dough, butter, honey, and, sometimes, an egg.

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A honey bun is a fried yeast pastry that contains honey and a swirl of cinnamon in the dough and is glazed with icing. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

The honey bun has become an iconic food in the United States. A version of the snack also comes glazed in frosting, known as an iced honey bun. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)Unlike most sweet rolls, which are generally the product of bakeries, honey buns are common convenience store and vending machine fare. Normally sold individually wrapped, alone or in boxes, they are a popular grab-and-go breakfast which can be eaten cold or heated. (Source: en.wikipedia.org The honey bun has become an iconic food in the United States. A version of the snack also comes glazed in frosting, known as an iced honey bun. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

Honey buns are also used as currency in United States prisons, where they are sold from prison commissaries. In the state of Florida, 270,000 are sold per month as of 2010. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

In a highly publicized instance, honey buns were used by guards in Miami to pay for the beating of a teenager in a youth detention center, resulting in the teen's death. Referring to the case, a public defender was quoted as saying, "In here, a honey bun is like a million dollars." (Source: en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org))According to legend, Howard Griffin of Griffin Pie Co. in Greensboro, North Carolina, developed the first honey bun in 1954. Flowers Foods acquired Griffin Pie Co. in 1983. Although the Greensboro bakery is now closed, honey buns remain a best-seller for Flowers. (Source:

Monday, Staff Reports Email the author Published 2:02 pm; March 15; 2021 (2021-03-15). "STATE: Honey buns - N.C. history with a sweet, sugary glaze". The Stanly News & Press. Retrieved 2021-03-22.

Soft, golden and tasty, Little Debbie® Honey Buns are the sweet and flavorful snack that satisfies all day. Prepared with hints of cinnamon, a touch of honey, and dripping with a light glaze, it’s easy to understand why this delicious pastry swirl is a Little Debbie favorite. (Source: littledebbie.com)

These homemade honey buns are a cross between a donut and a cinnamon roll. They have a swirl of cinnamon in them and can be both fried and baked. They make a great breakfast or just a sweet treat to have on hand. Take a peek at some donut recipes too.

My father is a honey bun fiend and has been since I was a little girl. You know, those little Debbie snack cakes that you get in a box except I think he's now into a different brand. Those are his breakfast, lunch, and probably late-night snack pretty often.

The name of the book is Honey Buns and it will be releasing on April 28th. You can find it on Amazon. It's part of her small-town romance series and it has a feisty baker and a single billionaire workaholic. (Source: www.cookiedoughandovenmitt.com)

To get started, you'll need to whip up the dough. It's going to be sticky, but you'll thank me when your honey buns are incredibly soft and tender.

Whip up the glaze in the meantime and have it ready to dip the warm honey buns in. Let the honey buns cool until they're firm enough to handle without falling apart. Carefully dip them in the glaze and place on a piece of wax paper to dry.

There are two ways you can add these honey buns to the oil. You can cut the parchment paper into squares around each bun and carefully drop the honey buns in that way or if you greased your parchment paper as I suggested, you can carefully pick them up and place them in the oil.

Place the fried buns on a paper towel lined plate. Let them cool for about 10 minutes and dip them while they're still warm in the glaze. Let any excess glaze drip off and place on a piece of wax paper to dry.

If you're frying the honey buns, they're best the day they're made. You can store them in an airtight container and they'll last a second day, but they won't be as tasty. (Source: www.cookiedoughandovenmitt.com)Make the glaze before frying or baking your honey buns so it's ready. (Source:ww.cookiedoughandovenmitt.com)

Prepare the glaze while the honey buns are baking.

Place the honey buns in one or two at a time into the oil. I did one at a time to keep my oil temperature from dropping.

Wondering how to make a Honey Bun Cake? You may be surprised to learn that there's actually no honey in this recipe. Named for the cake's cinnamon-roll-like flavor, our delicious Honey Bun Cake recipe brings a whole lot of flavor with brown sugar, cinnamon and pecans baked into Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ Yellow Cake Mix. Don't forget the vanilla glaze! This one's from Betty's Soul Food Collection. (Source: www.bettycrocker.com)Keyword Baked Honey Buns, Fried Honey Buns, Honey Buns, Vanilla Glaze (Source:ww.cookiedoughandovenmitt.com)))

Did you love our Honey Bun Cake recipe? We think our Kentucky Butter Poke Cake, also made with Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ Yellow Cake Mix, will be a winner, too! It has some of the same familiar flavors but with a denser, pound-cake-like texture.

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