This collection of over 20 Vegan Easter Recipes offers a perfect variety of starters, sides, mains, and desserts. Whether you're planning a full vegan meal or just want to incorporate more plant-based options, these recipes are just right for brunch, lunch, or Easter dinner.
If you're trying to incorporate more plant-based options in your Easter Brunch or Dinner, you might find yourself in a bit of a conundrum. No
These recipes offer up all the classic Easter Recipes but made Vegan, so you don't have to feel like you're missing out on anything.
You'll love these Vegan Easter Recipes because they're:
- Delicious & Crowd-Pleasing
- Simple & Easy
- Vegan / Vegetarian
- Egg-Free / Dairy-Free
- Great for Kids & Families
- Perfect for both big and small gatherings!
Soups, salads, and appetizers. These Vegan Easter recipes are bright, colorful, and full of amazing springtime flavors! So dive in and find your favorite.
The crunch of spinach, the earthiness of the walnuts, the sweetness of the berries, and the kick of red onions are just the thing to start off your Easter meal right. The strawberry vinaigrette is oil-free and gets its flavor from the balsamic.
All the flavor of deviled eggs on a crunchy slice of baguette? Sign me up! Not only are these deviled-egg crostini super easy to make, but they’re also 100% vegan. Firm tofu creates the right texture, while the
This rich and velvety Roasted Carrot Soup is flavored with garlic and Moroccan spices and made hearty by lentils. Roasted carrots add a deep carmelized undertone. A perfectly cozy start to your big Easter meal.
This creamy, velvety potato leek soup gets its vibrant color from the leek greens. This soup is perfect for serving cold or warm as a starter or side dish at your Easter brunch or dinner.
These pretty and simple potato bites pack a ton of flavor. The starchy goodness of the potatoes
This vegan potato broccoli soup is creamy, packed with veggies, and
This comforting, creamy soup gets its
Easy Easter Sides
Seasonal and delicious side dishes are an important part of any Easter spread. Everyone will love these classic vegan Easter side dishes!
This roasted carrot recipe is simple, rustic, and full of flavor. Plus, who doesn't love placing a colorful plate of roasted carrots on their Easter
Cooking Asparagus in the Air Fryer is super easy, requires almost zero prep, and takes less than 10 minutes. Easter is the perfect holiday for serving Asaparagus because it's fresh and in season. Serve with a squeeze of lemon and vegan parmesan for an amazing Easter side dish!
These scalloped potatoes are rich and creamy, decadent and comforting--all you could want from a holiday side dish. But guess what? They're also vegan, gluten-free, and made from healthy ingredients. Yes, please!
Delicious Easter Main Dishes
The main course might be the most challenging part of any vegan holiday meal--especially if not everyone at the table is vegan! But it doesn't have to be. Take a look through this collection of Vegan Easter Main Course Dishes that will please any palate.
This hearty and delicious Lentil Shepherds Pie is perfect for an Easter Dinner. The rich flavors of the lentils and veggies are balanced by the creaminess of the mashed potatoes. This is a vegan main your family is sure to love!
When I think of Easter and springtime I think of bright colors and fresh veggies. This roasted vegetable pasta with pesto is so colorful and brimming with the fresh flavors of citrus and herbs. Plus it's oil-free!
This spring vegetable tart is super easy to make, packed with colorful veggies, and full of amazing flavor. It will make a gorgeous addition to any Easter table.
This delicious risotto combines the earthiness of mushrooms with the fresh, bright flavor of peas, not mention the creaminess of the risotto, for an unforgettable dish. Low on fat but high on comfort, this risotto is a must-have for any Easter meal.
Looking for a show-stopper main for your Easter dinner? Then you've got to try this Wild Garlic & Spring Veg Pot Pie! The combination of buttery pastry top, spring vegetables, garlic, and fresh herbs is just perfect!
If brunch is more up your alley, then it doesn't get much easier than this colorful breakfast hash. With less than 10 ingredients, it's a super simple addition to your Easter menu.
If you're craving the sweet and salty combo of
No Easter menu is complete without a quiche recipe, and what I love about this one is how simple, colorful, and flavorful it is. With a whole grain crust and dairy-free filling, you can't go wrong.
Scrumptious Easter Desserts
The sun is shining, the grass is green, and the air is full of . . . kids asking for treats! Not to worry here are some delicious vegan easter desserts you can feel good about sharing with your family (even if they've been sugared up all day).
If you’re in the mood for carrot cake, but not for baking, then these no-bake carrot cake bites are absolutely perfect. Not only are they healthy (no sugar!), but they’re also delicious. I dare you to eat just one!
These Carrot Sugar Cookies are so charming--the perfect addition to your Easter dessert menu. Not only are they vegan and gluten-free, but they have a carrot cake flavor. That's because there's carrot puree right in the batter. Who doesn't love a little nutritional kick that also satisfies your sweet tooth?
No matter if you're vegan or just looking for healthier options, if you're craving this quintessential Easter treat, then I've got good news for you: You can make Cream Eggs at home without all the preservatives, high-fructose corn syrup, and artificial ingredients.
Whether you're serving them as the sweet side of a brunch spread or reserving them for the dessert course, the buttery, creamy, and bright flavors of these tarts are sure to satisfy.
Nothing says Easter quite like moist, delicious carrot cake with a creamy, decadent frosting. Even better when it's vegan! These cupcakes will make a delicious finale to your Easter feast.
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Vegan Easter Recipes
- Place the carrots in the food processor and pulse for 30 to 60 seconds or until they are broken down into small pieces and just starting the release their liquid.
- Add the dates, walnuts, pecans, cinnamon, allspice to the food processor and run on high for several minutes, stopping a few times to scrape down the sides, until the ingredients and fully combined and have formed a damp dough.
- Taking about 2 tablespoons of the dough at a time, roll the dough into balls. To do this, place the dough in the palm of one hand, and then close your other hand over the dough so that you can use the palms of both hands to gently shape the dough into balls. The balls should be about the size of a large chestnut (a little smaller than a golf ball).
- Pour the coconut onto a plate. Roll the balls in the coconut, making sure to coat all the sides. Use the palms of your hands to reshape the ball, and then roll in the coconut again.
- The carrot cake bites can be eaten right away, but they are denser if you chill in the refrigerator for an hour before serving. Enjoy!
- Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one week.
- If you're not a fan of coconut, substitute cocoa powder, powdered sugar, or crushed nuts.
- If your dried dates are hard, you can soak in warm water for ten minutes to soften them up. Just be sure to drain off the water and pat them dry before adding to the food processor.
- If you don't have dried dates on hand, you can substitute with raisins.
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