This adorable bread is so much fun to make with your little sous chefs and so much fun to serve up on your Easter Buffet.
The #BreadBakers are sharing Easter Breads today......
Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen is hosting this month and asked us to share an Easter Bread. I have made and shared many different Easter Breads over the years. My husband's grandmother (Bacci) would always serve up a raisin bread. I tried to replicate that recipe here for Easter one year.
I have also tried my hand at Torta Salata Pasquale, and Hot Cross Buns. This year I decided to make a Chocolate Bunny Bread. It turned out looking more like a bear than a bunny but it was fun to make and very tasty.
Perhaps I should have made the ears longer LOL. The body has chocolate chips kneaded into the dough so while I was in the candy chip container I pulled out a couple of white chocolate chips for the eyes. When it was done baking they were brown but it worked.
I served it up with dessert after family dinner one weekend. The Angel Face was a little disappointed as she expected it to be more like cake or brownies.
Then when I told her we were having bread pudding with the leftovers the following night she was excited. Until I served it and she was expecting a creamy, chocolate pudding LOL.
So maybe if you make this for kids you might just want to call it bunny bread and omit the chocolate in the name so they aren't disappointed when they take their first bite.
Let's take a look at what the others have baked up for us today...............
- Choreg-Armenian Easter Bread by Sneha’s Recipe
- Chocolate Bunny Bread by A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Greek Tsoureki by A Messy Kitchen
- Sourdough Choreg-Armenian Easter Bread by Zesty South Indian Kitchen
- Sourdough Carrot Cake Waffles with Cream Cheese Syrup by Food Lust People Love
- Orange Blueberry Hot Cross Buns by Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Jidase by Magical Ingredients
Do you have a traditional Easter Bread or do you switch it up each year?