This festive bread, which is traditionally made in Greek or Italian households, is sure to be a hit at your Easter brunch celebration. (Plus, it can play double duty as centerpiece). It’s similar to a brioche or challah bread, but with a twist: orange zest and rum-soaked dried fruit are stuffed into each strand of dough. Kids can help braid the bread, as well as brush on the egg wash—which gives the bread its deeply golden crust. If braiding isn’t your strong suit, don’t sweat: you can always flip the loaf over after you’ve connected the two ends for a tidy finish. The dyed eggs add a fun pop of color, but can be removed before slicing into the bread. We suggest serving it warm from the oven.