Molasses Buns – Newfoundland Recipes

Lassy (or Lassie) buns are a satisfying cross between a soft molasses cookie and a molasses biscuit. Not too sweet, they’re perfect with a bowl of soup or a cup of tea.

Lassy Buns — Newfoundland molasses raisin buns.

There’s a reason why so many old fashioned recipes are still around. They’re delicious classics that never get tiresome. Take for instance,  Newfoundland molasses raisin buns (also known as Lassy Buns or Lassie Buns). A simple tea bread, Lassy Buns are sort of a cross between a molasses cookie and a biscuit.

The bun that goes with everything

There’s nothing fancy about them and that’s their charm. It’s also why they seem to suit every part of the day. Eat them with tea, as an afternoon nibble, with a slice of cheese, warmed and slathered with butter, alongside a cup of soup. You’ll find that Lassy Buns are simple and satisfying.

These buns have a very tender crumb but are not crumbly. They will last 3-4 days in a bag on the counter.

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