Bread is beautiful. With Easter quickly approaching, you may not have the time or patience to want to make bread. Good news! There are bread recipes out there that come together so quick you’ll be thinking you missed five steps (but you haven’t!). We scoured our Food Monster App and found these delicious vegan quick bread recipes! They are sure to shine at your Easter breakfast, brunch, or dinner table as dessert, so take your pick and get to baking!

1. Pumpkin and Maple Spice Quickbread

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It doesn’t have to be fall or winter to enjoy pumpkins, especially with this Pumpkin and Maple Spice Quickbread by Annie Oliverio. The silky puree year-round works excellently in smoothies, and in pancakes and waffles, and to replace some of the fat in baked sweets and as a base for curried soups. Here it gives beautiful color and moistness to a classic quickbread that is accented with the warm, smoky flavor of pure maple.

2. Light and Fluffy Corn Bread

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This Light and Fluffy Corn Bread by Danielle Clark is vegan, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free! It’s filled with flavor and a better option than store bought mixtures. It’s ready in under an hour and tastes absolutely delicious, but you’d never know it was healthy.

3. Raw Carrot and Sun-Dried Tomato Bread

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Have you ever had raw bread? If you haven’t, this Raw Carrot and Sun-Dried Tomato Bread by Natalie Yonan is a great place to start! It’s made from raw almond flour, carrots, shallots, sun-dried tomatoes, and flax meal and seasoned with fennel, cumin, nutritional yeast, and a bit of olive oil. Simply dehydrate for 18-24 hours and then enjoy the day after by itself or with some sliced avocado on top.

4. Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread

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This Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread by Taavi Moore is super fluffy and moist zucchini rich bread embedded with chunks of gooey chocolate. It is secretly healthy and is perfect for a morning snack!

5. Pumpkin Chocolate Zucchini Bread

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An improvement on your ordinary, run-of-the-mill pumpkin bread! Gabrielle St. Claire‘s Pumpkin Chocolate Zucchini Bread recipe for the seasonal treat incorporates whole wheat flour and grated zucchini for added nutrients and moisture. Sprinkle in chocolate chips for the perfect amount of sweetness that makes this bread an indulgent breakfast or a delicious dessert.

6. Quick Apple Cinnamon Beer Bread

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Beer, apples, and cinnamon may sound like an unlikely combination, but your guests probably wouldn’t even guess this bread contained beer. So why include it? It adds a subtle, yeasty flavor that makes the bread a stand-out for a quick batter bread. For even more flavor, try a pumpkin ale. If you’ve got about 15 minutes, you can make this Quick Apple Cinnamon Beer Bread by Tami Noyes and have it ready to serve with a soup for dinner. Fall doesn’t get any better than this.

7. Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Coconut Bread

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There’s nothing better than the smell of cinnamon raisin toast in the morning and with this Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Coconut Bread by Christina Murray, you can start every day out that way. This bread is the perfect weight and has a nice blend of cinnamon and sweet and toasts like a dream. The only problem will be saving some for breakfast.

8. Chocolate Banana Bread 

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A banana bread with no sugar, eggs, dairy or gluten! How can that be?  In this Chocolate Banana Bread by Olivia Budgen, the ground flax replaces the eggs in this recipe, while the bananas and dates also act as a binder and make this recipe taste sweet without the need for processed sugar. Remember, to only ever use bananas which have brown spots on them. This shows they are genuinely ripe as the starches have converted into sugars.

9. Marbled Banana Bread

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Enjoy a slice of this sweet and moist vegan Marbled Banana Bread by Fabio Gallo. This treat is the delicious combination of banana bread and chocolate marble cake.

10. Pumpkin Bread

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This Pumpkin Bread by Harriet Porterfield is just the thing you need. The texture is so fluffy and almost melts in your mouth. Infused with pumpkin spice, naturally sweet roasted pumpkin puree and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting, it’s the must have recipe!

11. Sweet Pumpkin Bread

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This incredibly moist and flavorsome vegan Sweet Pumpkin Bread by Stephanie Davies is a very easy bake, that even a novice baker can perfect! The result is a perfect bread that’s perfect to serve to family and friends, or enjoy on your own for breakfast.

12. Pumpkin Cheesecake Bread

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This Pumpkin Cheesecake Bread by Gabrielle St. Claire was created for everybody with an affinity for all things pumpkin. The bread is packed with spices and pumpkin purée — which gives this bread a high moisture content, so if you prefer a dryer bread, simply omit the flax egg. The bread is wrapped around a cheesecake filling and topped with a simple icing and crunchy toasted walnuts.

13. Coconut Banana Bread

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Take your traditional banana bread up a notch with this amazing Coconut Banana Bread by Nicole Dunai! Coconut makes for such a great addition in this easy, moist, incredibly delicious vegan loaf!

14. Lemon Rosemary Banana Bread

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Whats fab about this Lemon Rosemary Banana Bread by Gabrielle St. Claire? Everything! It’s a staple recipe, quick, easy, packs flavor, packs moisture, has minimal ingredients, minimal added sugar, buttery soft, perfect for vegan and non vegans, and the flavor will leave you craving this flavor combo!!

15. Spelt, Mango and Coconut Banana Bread

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This Spelt, Mango and Coconut Banana Bread by Bridge Rose definitely will mix up your regular bread-making routine. If you want to speed things along, chop the mango into small pieces and stir into the mixture instead of layering the mango slices inside the loaf. It’s great for snacks or breakfast too. Also, the glaze can also be used as a dip!

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