Easter time is always a good excuse to roll up your sleeves, crank up the oven and get to work weighing, mixing and baking yours (or your family's!) favourite Easter treats.
Most Easter cooking is festive and symbolic as well as delicious, wherever you're celebrating around the world, and Easter baking is no exception.
Many of Easter's traditional sweet treats are rooted in history and symbolic significance. From gently spiced hot cross buns with their distinctive cross on top in the UK to Greek Tsoureki complete with a symbolic red egg nestled in the braided dough, there are plenty of baking ideas to excite and extend the skills of the even most accomplished bakers.
Whether you like sweet or savoury treats, from enriched bread to cheese bread, there's also an Easter recipe to suit all tastes, from breakfast time to dessert time and tea time.
With that in mind, we've highlighted this food infographic from vouchercloud with some of the best Easter treats from six different countries, along with how to make them. Some you may have heard of, others you may have seen on holiday, others, you'll want to get stuck into straight away!
All the recipes can be found in the infographic at the bottom of the page.
If you're still stuck on lunch ideas - take a look at Michelin chefs cook Easter for inspiration.
Eater Treats Around the World