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Bring a taste of old-world tradition to your festive Easter table with delightful, delicious breads that are almost too pretty to eat. Find the ingredients you need to create these edible centerpieces at Whole Foods Market.
This rich, eggy yeast bread is studded with candied fruit, almonds, and a touch of anise seed. Dyed eggs are nestled into the braided dough and the whole thing is baked until the bread is golden and the eggs are cooked. A simple glaze and colorful sprinkles make for a photo-perfect finish.
Try this top-rated braided bread if you prefer an egg bread without anise, fruit, and nuts in it. You'll still bake uncooked eggs right into the bread.
Here's another version of an Easter bread baked into a ring. In this version, the bread is twisted to form blossom shapes, with jam or lemon curd in the center of each blossom.
Even first-time bakers gave this light and airy bread rave reviews. It's a great choice if you want to try a simplified version of an Easter bread ring.
5. Paska Bread
Bake this Polish Easter bread in a greased souffle dish or Dutch oven to help it bake up tall with a rounded dome.
6. Bunny Bread
Can you keep a secret? Frozen dough is the secret to this super-easy Easter bread. You can follow the directions as written and make one big bunny, or form individual bunny rolls using the photo below as a guide. Either way, everyone's going to love your creativity.
A sweeter version of Bunny Bread, these use refrigerated cinnamon roll dough for a clever shortcut. Check out the video to see how they're made.
Dried currants and a dash of cinnamon flavor these classic Easter buns. A simple sugar and milk glaze gives them their signature look. Set out a platter of these and take a photo, because they always disappear quickly.
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