You are sure to find at least one recipe that will be perfect for your Easter celebration.
Time is getting away from me. It’s the story of my life. It’s almost too late – but not quite too late – to plan our Easter bread making. I’ve pulled together a few of my favorites here. Your only problem might be choosing just one!
Lemon Apricot Sticky Buns – Lemon-Apricot Sticky Buns are sweet, tart, and gooey.
Peanut Butter Banana Bread – The kids will love moist and easy peanut butter banana bread.
Rich Sourdough Egg Bread – Rich enough for a special occasion but not overly sweet.
Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls – For many families, Easter morning means cinnamon rolls.
Mom’s Orange Blossom Rolls – Sweet rolls baked with a tangy-sweet orange topping.
Sourdough Hot Cross Buns – This recipe calls for plenty of warm spices, lemon peel and currants.
Walnut Currant Rolls – Similar to hot cross buns, but less rich. And apparently I couldn’t spell currant correctly!
Dried Apple Bread – When you want a special bread but don’t want a traditionally rich bread.
Savarin Cake – French style, yeasted, sponge cake.
Easter Babka Bread – A sweet bread that traditional cooks have adapted to whatever is still in the pantry come spring.