Easter is traditionally celebrated by Christians to commemorate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. Easter celebrations go as far back as the 2nd century and continue to this day across the globe. It is one of the two most significant occasions on the religious calendar - alongside Christmas.
There are many symbols of Easter, including the Easter rabbit and eggs, and the origins of these remain a mystery. But they are now used in the celebration of Easter, such as gifting Easter eggs, or dressing up as a rabbit.
Bring your family together this Easter with a day of baking. Make tasty hot cross buns, homemade Easter eggs, carrot cake and more. You can even make a show stopping dessert for your Easter dinner that will really impress your guests.