WE ASKED our readers for some of the tasty treats you have been making because of the lockdown, and you did not disappoint.

It seems staying at home has given many of us more time to get into the kitchen and to cook up some foodie delights.

In Brighton James Wheatland, aged seven, and Daisy Nicholson, aged four, got to grips with “s’mores”, the tasty hot cookies, using a burner in their garden.

Meanwhile, in Worthing William Barber, aged, seven, has been learning to bake all sorts of treats including a quiche, cupcakes and bread. Mum Jessica said: “William has Zoom chats with his friends and his teachers, he’s adapting well and enjoying home school as we finish early and do nice things like dog walks, baking, and learning some new skills.”

Angela Peake, 72, from Lewes, has been self-isolating in Worthing, but has found time to make a delicious cake or two, including a marvellous creation topped with strawberries and cream.

Meanwhile, Sadie Reilly said her children Keira and Leon Lacey from Hove have been busy baking, including making a lemon drizzle cake with pink butter cream, rock cakes, mint chocolate brownies, and peanut butter cookies.

In Shoreham, Jon Jenkins was missing his McDonald’s so much that he decided to make his own Big Mac. The giant stacked burger may even be as good as the real thing, and even has the Big Mac sauce as well, his wife Amy said.

In Seaford, Sharon Wells 46 and daughter Ellie, 16, have found time for plenty of cooking. They made some delicious home made pizzas, a cheesecake, flapjacks, chocolate muffins, cookies and even an oatmeal parkin.

Sharon said her daughter has inspired her to try making new things and said the lockdown has given her the time to indulge her creativity. Meanwhile, Ryan Hill from Brighton has been busy making cupcakes and chocolate Easter egg nests during lockdown, while Vas Economou made a seafood pasta, along with several other dishes.