Folar da Pascoa is a deliciously airy Portuguese sweet bread or brioche, that is traditionally prepared for Easter. The eggs at the top symbolize the rebirth of the Christ.
Heat the milk to 95 F. Mix the milk and yeast well until the yeast is completely dissolved. Set it aside for 15 minutes.
You can "secure" the eggs by placing 2 long strips of dough cross as explained in the recipe or you can use 4 strips, each one covering 2 adjacent eggs.