Gluten Free Mini Easter Bread

26 Apr


Quick Easy Recipe for GF Mini Easter Bread

In our family Easter tradition

My grandmother would make the best Easter Bread!

   I wanted  to honor and remember her by making my simple recipe 

even though it does not come close to her homemade non- gluten recipe.


1 tub Pillsbury Gluten Free Pizza Dough

Gluten free all-purpose flour for dusting
teaspoon Powder Sugar
1-2 teaspoon Earth Balance Non-dairy butter spread
Colored Easter Eggs(Cage -free)
1/2 teaspoon of
Non-pareils sprinkles

This recipe makes 6 Mini Easter Bread


Position a rack in the center of the oven 
and preheat to 400 degrees F. 
Spray a  large baking sheet with non stick spray 

or cover with parchment paper. 

Color/Dye your Easter Eggs


Mine are not so decorative just simple colorful eggs.

Sprinkle some flour on a hard surface, take a rolling pin and roll out that pizza dough into a large circle

With a knife cut out 12 strips, 
then roll 2 strips at a time to form a braid; 
once you formed a braid then form that braid into a mini circle. 

Make sure your Easter egg can fit snugly in the circle. 
Pinch both ends of dough together to secure the circle.

*Note: Since the pizza dough is gluten -free
 the dough will not rise.

Place each mini Easter bread on the baking sheet

 about 2 -3 inches apart.


Combine melted butter spread with some powder sugar then baste the butter mixture on each mini Easter bread.

 Sprinkle the colorful Non-pareils on each  mini Easter bread.
Bake the mini Easter breads for  9 to 11 minutes. 

Using a spatula, transfer the mini Easter breads 

to a rack and cool completely.

Insert your colorful Easter Eggs in the center

 of each mini Easter Bread.

They are not perfect but very yummy nonetheless!



Place on displace & enjoy !!! 

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