Depending upon where in Greece you might come from, you may have different Vasilopita baking traditions and recipes.
There is the cake version, which is prevalent on many Greek islands and in communities with descendants from Smyrna and Asia Minor, and there is the bread version, which is a variation of the Easter tsoureki.
It seems most people these days opt for the citrus-infused cake version, although most church communities and organizations that host their “Vasilopita Cutting” celebrations usually make breads.
Below is a photo gallery including some of our favorite vasilopites sent to us by our readers this year.
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