Slovenian Easter bread dough is formed into individual balls similar in appearance to hot cross buns, except there are no eggs in the dough and no icing cross on the top. They are blessed on Holy Saturday in the zegen basket and eaten on Easter morning. Slovenians and Croatians also feature pinca or sirnica.
Ukrainian Easter bread or paska is also served by Slovaks at Easter time. It's similar to other slightly sweet yeast breads of its type mentioned here but this recipe doesn't contain fruit. This paska recipe shouldn't be confused with the Ukrainian molded cheese dessert known as paska, paskha or pasca or pascha in Russia, Lithuania, Poland and other Eastern European countries.