Eid al-Fitr celebrates the end of the holy month of Ramadan where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset. How do you break fast on Eid? Before the breaking of the fast, tradition calls for cleansing, new clothes, and prayer that kicks off a multi-day celebration of festivities with friends, family, and then feasting! Below are Eid al-Fitr foods to break fast with.

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1. Baklava

Baklava with pistachios and tea on table. Turkish cuisine Source:Getty

2. Stuffed Dates

Stuffed Dates with Cream Cheese and Chopped Pistachio Nuts Source:Getty

3. Butter Cookies

Hari Raya Cookies Source:Getty

4. Atayef

Traditional Egyptian Dessert "Qatayef" Source:Getty

5. Fatira and Cambaabur Bread

Traditional Egyptian flat bread with wheat bran and flour, regular Aish Baladi or Egypt bread baked in extremely hot ovens, it is the result of a mixture of wheat flour, yeast, salt and water Source:Getty

6. Bean Pie

Sweet Potato Pie Source:Getty

7. Sheer Khurma

Sheer khurma, Semiya Kheer, Vermicelli Khir or kheer payasam garnished with Dry fruits. Eaten during Gudi Padwa, Holi, Diwali, Dussehra, Pongal, Navratri, Eid, and other Indian festivals. copy space Source:Getty

8. Tajine

Closeup of the hands of a housewife adding chickpeas into a meal while cooking healthy vegetarian meal in tagine Source:Getty

9. Manti

Traditional Georgian dish khinkali - Hinkali - Boiled khinkali with lamb or beef or cheese Source:Getty

10. Bolani

Afghani Bolani with mashed potato & Green Onions served with plain yogurt closeup. horizontal Source:Getty

11. Beef Rendang

Close up of beef rendang and lemang Source:Getty