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Getting creative in the kitchen is a great way to spend an afternoon at home. And since it’s Easter, why not add a little chocolate into the mix? If you need some inspiration on what to bake at home this weekend, look no further than our favourite showstopping influencers.

A great one to keep yourself busy at home, Jemma's YouTube channel is full of easy to follow, delicious bakes. Our resident in house baker - Olivia Hill @bakemehappy_london recommends these classic cupcakes as one of her favourites.

Find yummy recipes from this mum Cath and her two young daughters. Cath loves messy baking and sharing easy recipes, and she’s always on hand to offer advice. Her latest scones use just a few ingredients and are going straight on our must-do list.

This Bristol-based baker is dairy free, gluten free, refined sugar free - but certainly not taste free. These recipes have us hooked and we’re starting with this vegan lemon cake.

@manonlagreve hosts fun bake-alongs on Instagram, and shares easy recipes with minimal ingredients plus lots of suggestions for the accomplished baker too. If you’re feeling adventurous, the kids will love this Easter celebration cake.

Baking-obsessed Lizzie whips up some of the best sweet treats we’ve seen, from cookies and cakes to muffins and bread. It’s a one-stop blog of every baking idea you’ll need. Avoid the Easter chocolate overload by knocking up some of these iced cookies.

A self-taught London baker, Lily offers a combination of beautiful showstopper recipes with vegan and gluten free ideas that you can make at home. We reckon these easy pancakes are just what Easter Sunday ordered.

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