15 Breads and Muffins Perfect for Easter Brunch

I don’t know about you, but bread in any form is my weakness, my achilles heel, my kryptonite! And Easter brunch breads? Forget about it. I’m done for!

Easter brunch is the perfect day to bring out your best bread and muffin recipes to complement all of the wonderful savory and sweet dishes at your feast. And who am I kidding, they’re perfect to whip up on their own, because if all you ate was the bread and muffins, that would be a good Easter brunch too. If you’re looking for breads and muffins perfect for Easter brunch, these 15 recipes have you covered!

  • Baked Goodies for Easter Brunch 1 of 16
    15 breads and muffins for Easter brunch

    If you feel like baking for Easter, these bread and muffin recipes are just what you need!

  • Easter Carrot Muffins with a Cream Cheese Center 2 of 16
    easter carrot muffins

    These muffins are channeling carrot cake, making them a great addition to any Easter brunch!

    Get the recipe here on Babble!

  • Strawberry White Chocolate Chunk Scones 3 of 16
    strawberry white chocolate chunk scones

    These scones pair delicious spring strawberries with a little white chocolate.

    Get the recipe here on Babble!

  • Lemony Coconut Muffins 4 of 16
    lemony coconut muffins

    These coconut muffins with lemon flavor will allow your gluten-free guests to indulge in bread, too!

    Get the recipe here on Babble!

  • Funfetti Banana Bread 5 of 16
    funfetti banana bread

    Banana bread is always great for an Easter brunch, especially with the added spring color of funfetti!

    Get the recipe here on Babble!

  • Blueberry Lemon Cream Scones 6 of 16
    blueberry lemon cream scones

    Blueberries and lemon make a great flavor combination in these delicious breakfast scones.

    Get the recipe here on Babble!

  • Lemon Sticky Rolls 7 of 16
    lemon sticky rolls

    Sticky rolls are a wonderful brunch food, and the bright flavor of lemon is perfect for spring.

    Get the recipe here on Dessert Now Dinner Later

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  • Hot Cross Buns 8 of 16
    hot cross buns

    Hot cross buns are the quintessential Easter bread!

    Get the recipe from Rock Recipes

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  • Gluten-Free Biscuits 9 of 16
    gluten free biscuits

    Another gluten-free bread option, these biscuits are light and fluffy.

    Get the recipe from Autumn Makes & Does

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  • Orange Blueberry Fruffins 10 of 16

    This recipe takes two favorite brunch foods, French toast and muffins, and combines them into one delectable treat!

    Get the recipe from Wine & Glue

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  • Banana Bread Muffins 11 of 16
    banana bread muffins

    This recipe makes banana bread an easy-to-serve and easy-to-eat food for brunch.

    Get the recipe from Savory Simple

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  • Grain-Free Cornbread 12 of 16
    grain free cornbread

    This savory "cornbread" is grain-free and a nice compliment to all kinds of wonderful brunch foods.

    Get the recipe from The Tomato Tart

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  • Swedish Almond Pastry 13 of 16
    swedish almond pastry

    This traditional Swedish pastry features almond flavor for something a little different and a lot delicious.

    Get the recipe from Yummy Healthy Easy

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  • Blueberry Buttermilk Muffins 14 of 16
    blueberry buttermilk muffins2

    Blueberry muffins are the classic morning muffins, finding a comfortable home on the brunch table.

    Get the recipe from Jen's Favorite Cookies

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  • Choereg 15 of 16

    Choereg is a traditional Armenian Easter bread round that is not only tasty but beautiful.

    Get the recipe from Taste, Love and Nourish

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  • Strawberry Swirl Sweet Rolls 16 of 16
    strawberry swirl sweet rolls

    Yes, cinnamon rolls are delicious, but these strawberry swirl rolls offer a fresh spring flavor twist.

    Get the recipe from Cookistry

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