With Easter just around the corner, there’s plenty of great food to look forward to.

While many will weigh up which is the best Easter egg to give, we turned our attention to our favourite savoury Easter treat.

To help you decide which are best, we’ve pitted all the big brands to decide which are the best of the best.

Morrisons The Best Sticky Toffee & Date Hot Cross Buns, £1 for 4

Moist, sticky and very toffee-y, these are great sweet option without being too overpowering.

These make for a lovely twist on the traditional.

Rating: 4/5

Aldi Specially Selected Luxurious All-butter Brioche Hot Cross Buns, 99p for 4

A little sweeter than usual thanks to the brioche dough, these are still plump, thick and substantial in texture, and with a great top and cross.

A great contender this Easter.

Rating: 4/5

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Waitrose Mini Chocolate Orange Hot Cross Buns, £1.69 for 9

Don’t be fooled by the smaller than usual size, these pack a punch.

The mouth-watering smell combination of chocolate and orange is enticing, the texture is lovely and light and the taste overall is indulgent and delicious.

Who can resist this winning taste duo?

Rating: 5/5

Greggs Hot Cross Buns, £1 for 4

Traditional in appearance, Greggs’ offering provides a great, freshly-made taste with every bite.

Rating: 4.5/5

Tesco Finest Toffee and Fudge Hot Cross Buns, £1.50 for 4

Finest by name, finest by nature. These hot cross buns smell fresh and sweet, though there could be slightly more toffee and fudge.

Rating: 4/5

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Baker Toms Hot Cross Buns, £2.99 for 4

Fruity, spicy and not too stodgy, these organic hot cross buns have a certain homemade quality about them.

Though they might be the priciest in our list, with an enticing smell as soon as you open the packet, these are certainly an enjoyable Easter treat.

Rating: 4.5/5

Iceland Luxury Hot Cross Buns, £1 for 4

Iceland Luxury Hot Cross Buns

The glazing not too sweet, soft dough, and plenty of currants – these would be Goldilocks’ just right pick.

An all-round pleasant surprise.

Rating: 4.5/5

What are your favourite hot cross buns? Let us know in the Comments section below.