Sticky bun
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British pronunciation/stˈɪki bˈʌn/
American pronunciation/stˈɪki bˈʌn/

a type of sweet pastry that is made from yeast dough, filled with cinnamon and sugar, and topped with a syrupy glaze or frosting

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sticky bun definition and meaning

What is "sticky bun"?

A sticky bun is a sweet, gooey pastry that is popular in many parts of the world. It is made from a yeast dough that is enriched with sugar, butter, and eggs, which gives it a soft and fluffy texture. The dough is then filled with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar, rolled up, and sliced into individual pieces. The sticky buns are then baked in a pan with a syrupy glaze or frosting, which caramelizes and creates a sticky, sweet topping. The glaze or frosting can be flavored with a variety of ingredients, such as vanilla, maple syrup, or orange zest, to create a more complex and nuanced flavor. Sticky buns are often enjoyed as a breakfast food or a dessert, and are a favorite among both children and adults. They can be found in bakeries, coffee shops, and supermarkets, and are a delicious and indulgent treat that is perfect for any time of the day.

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