3 cups all-purpose flour – divided
1/4 cup white sugar
1 tsp salt
25 oz package rapid rise yeast
2/3 cup milk
1 tsp anise extract
2 tbsp butter – room temperature
2 eggs – 1 beaten
1/2 tbsp colored candy
Italian Easter Bread is a fun Easter recipe that you may not have heard of. Most people associate the popular Christian holiday with its many colors and infatuation with eggs and rabbits. But there is a whole host of traditional Easter cuisine that is hard to deny. This bread is the perfect dessert portion for your Easter dinner. It’s so delicious though that you may not want to wait for Easter; maybe just prepare some and eat it along with your coffee.
4.6 g fat
35.4 g carbohydrates
6.6 g protein
63 mg cholesterol
288 mg sodium
How to Make Italian Easter Bread
Note: Swirl with your hand in a circular motion to combine the flour mixture with the milk mixture.
Note: Monitor closely to make sure that the bread does not begin to burn.
In 2011, Italy made the largest Easter egg on record. It was 10.39 metershigh and weighed 7,200 kg.