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80 Vegetarian Easter Recipes Everyone Will Love (Not Just Vegetarians!)


Holidays can be tricky when you don’t eat meat. If you’re hosting a get-together and you’re a vegetarian, it can be a challenge to come up with recipe ideas that will make your guests forget about the ham or turkey that’s missing from their plates. And if you’re hosting someone who’s a vegetarian, you might feel intimidated or confused about what ingredients your guest can eat. Holidays! Why do you have to be so stressful?!

This list should take at least some of the stress out of menu planning this Easter. We’ve rounded up 80 vegetarian easter recipes that everyone will love, whether they eat meat or not. Because it’s spring, we’ve focused on recipes made with seasonal ingredients and main dishes that are lighter than the cheesy casseroles we all indulge in over the winter holidays; we’ve also included some vegan Easter desserts for good measure since nearly all desserts are vegetarian (as long as they don’t have gelatin or marshmallows in them!), but vegan desserts are a little bit trickier.

Vegetarian Main Dishes For Easter

From Oh My Veggies
Spring Mizuna and Pea Pasta
Crispy Quinoa Cakes with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Cream
Lemony Asparagus Risotto
Pesto Quinoa White Bean Cakes with Roasted Tomatoes
Vegetable Tetrazzini with Asparagus
Beet Green Pesto Pizza with Roasted Beets and Goat Cheese
Farro Risotto with Mushrooms

From Other Food Blogs
Potato Leek Pie
Creamy Wild Garlic Spring Pasta
Mushroom Dill Red Lentil Roast
Skillet Spring Vegetable Brown Rice Casserole
Rice Frittata with Caramelized Tomatoes, Asparagus & Smoked Gouda
Creamy Vegan Risotto Stuffed Peppers with Asparagus and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Vegetarian Side Dishes For Easter

From Oh My Veggies
Artichoke Gratinata
Asparagus and Peas with Miso Butter
Carrot Fritters with Cumin Lime Cashew Cream
Fennel and Cabbage Slaw
Green Beans with Lemon Parmesan Panko
Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Almond Pesto
Grilled Artichokes with Roasted Garlic Olive Oil Dip
Roasted Broccoli with Meyer Lemon and Garlic
Rosemary Roasted Carrots
Sweet Onion Casserole

From Other Food Blogs
Leek Kalamata Rice
Asparagus with Orange and Kalamata Olive
Roasted Asparagus with Pistachio Mint Pesto
Braised Leeks with Dill Sauce

Vegetarian Appetizers For Easter

From Oh My Veggies
Cucumber Mango Salsa
Socca with Sautéed Chard and Parmesan
Easy Baked Arancini
Apricot Crostini
Basil and Sun-Dried Tomato Crackers
Basil White Bean Dip
Edamame Hummus
Thai Coconut Curry Hummus

From Other Food Blogs
Ricotta with Lemon, Basil and Honey Bruschetta
Curried Deviled Eggs
Carrot and Tahini Spread
Grain-Free Olive and Rosemary Crackers
Spring Pea Crostini with Feta and Dill

Vegetarian Breakfast & Brunch Recipes For Easter

From Oh My Veggies
Vegan Blueberry Banana Bread
Biscuits and Veggie Gravy
Banana Strawberry Oatmeal Muffins
Vegan Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes
Eggs Benedict with Avocado and Roasted Red Pepper
Huevos Rancheros Enchiladas
Mango Coconut Muffins
Morning Glory Baked Oatmeal
Southwestern-Style Quiche with Quinoa Crust
Vegan Spiced Carrot Muffins

From Other Food Blogs
Spinach Artichoke Egg Casserole
Sunburst Spring Vegetable Quiche with Puff Pastry
Toasted Brioche Egg Cups
Cinnamon Bun Bread Pudding
Spelt Hot Cross Buns
Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
Vegan Lemon Banana Ricotta Pancakes

Salads For Easter

From Oh My Veggies
Spring Berry Salad with Lemon Verbena Vinaigrette
Cucumber Chickpea Salad with Lemony Tahini Dressing
Freekeh, Zucchini and Pistachio Salad
Greek Fattoush Salad
Herbed French Lentil Salad
Italian Salad with Crispy Herb Roasted Chickpeas
Pesto Potato Salad with Artichokes
Strawberry Salad with Coconut Bacon and Black Pepper Vinaigrette

From Other Food Blogs
Spring Panzanella Salad
Fresh Spring Pea Salad with Creme Fraiche and Herbs
Spring Asparagus Millet Salad
Spring Pasta Salad
Green Pea Tabbouleh

Vegan Easter Desserts

From Oh My Veggies
Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
Vegan Banana Cream Pie Mini Tarts
Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Icebox Cake
Mint Chocolate Chip Dessert Bars
Raw Strawberry Chocolate Dessert Pizza

From Other Food Blogs
1 Bowl Vegan Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Vegan Matcha Cake with Vanilla Lemon Cream Frosting
Dairy-Free Mango Cheesecake
Gluten-Free Vegan Lemon Bars
Vegan Meringue Nests with Strawberries and Cream

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EGGCELLENT VEGAN EASTER RECIPES THAT ARE GUARANTEED TO IMPRESS

Amazing Easter table setting found on Sugar & Cloth

Why am I writing an article about vegan Easter recipes?

How did this happen?

I thought January was just yesterday and here we are in March already! I didn’t believe my grandma when she said: “Get to 20, and then time will fly”. It took so long to grow up, and now I am getting old too fast!

Anyway, I really wanted to share with you these amazing Easter ideas that will make your vegan Easter dinner simply amazing!

When I think about Easter, I think about chocolate and fresh spring vegetables: light leafy greens, asparagus, peas, carrots…and eggs! And if you are on a vegan diet, there are plenty of alternatives to real eggs, that taste as good and are much better for your health and for chickens!

I love Easter as it brings our family together and cooking feels a bit less stressful than Christmas! The weather starts to improve, and if it’s good enough some years we just opt for a lovely brunch or picnic outside.

Ready to start cooking?

Check out these yummy Easter recipes that even your meat eater family and friends will love!

Vegan Easter Breakfast

Becoming vegan doesn’t mean losing out on flavor and taste. All these recipes just look and taste amazing and will make your Easter breakfast delicious.

1. Blueberry Coconut Baked Oatmeal

Found on Love and Lemons

I love oats! And this oat treat combined with cinnamon is really delicious. It reminds me of the topping of a warm fruit crumble. The smell that comes out of the oven in the morning…something to die for!

2. Healthy Avocado Toast

Found on Gathering Dreams

Well, this is one of my recipes, so I LOVE it!

This vegan smashed avocado toast with chickpeas and sun-dried tomatoes is a super simple to make and it tastes amazing. I love recipes that don’t even make you think about your diet requirements, and although this recipe is vegan, everyone will love it!

3. Carrot Quinoa Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Found on Love and Lemons

Another oaty recipe! But this time with the addition of carrots! Carrots really remind me of spring, fluffy bunnies and Easter!

These cookies are made with lots of good things: carrots, oats, flax, walnuts, pepitas, cranberries and quinoa.

4. Vegan Salmon Bagel

Found on Green Evi

The first time I came across this recipe I thought: “Vegan salmon?”. From the pictures, it really looks like the real deal!

And it’s also very cheap to make! This simple vegan salmon is made out of carrots: it’s savory, salty, smokey and the texture is spot on. It’s the perfect recipe if you don’t want to eat fish but miss its taste.

Some More Vegan Easter Breakfast Recipes Ideas…

5. Blueberry Vegan Pancakes
6. Apricot Pecan Granola Bars
7. Fairy Bread Sprinkles on Toast
8. Vegan French Toast

Vegan Appetizers, Mains, and Sides

Here you can find some great savory dishes for your vegan Easter brunch, lunch or dinner! From appetizer to soups, to lovely vegan frittatas and healthier low-carb options!

No matter what diet you are following, here you will find the best vegan Easter recipes for you!

9. Simple Raw Zucchini Roll-Ups

Found on Green Evi

Pretty raw vegan zucchini roll-ups, perfect as a light and healthy appetizer for your vegan Easter lunch. These zucchini rolls are filled with creamy, herbed cashew cheese, asparagus, scallions, and dill. They are easy and quick to make and look so cute!

10. Curry Hummus

Found on Pinch of Yum

This curry hummus will make your Easter table look fantastic! Smooth, creamy, and perfect for an awesome lunch. Gluten & dairy free.

11. Creamy Asparagus And Peas Soup

Found on Minimalist Baker

IIf it’s going to be still a little chilly out there, you can try out this soup! A simple, 30-minute roasted asparagus soup with peas, shallot, and garlic!

12. Pea Pesto Pasta With Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Arugula

Found on Minimalist Baker

This pasta dish screams springtime! Ready in 30 minutes, it’s vegan, gluten-free and tossed with arugula and sun-dried tomatoes. Delicious!

13. Spanish Omelette

Found on Wall Flower Kitchen

Have you ever tried chickpea flour? It’s amazing to make an omelet and you won’t miss eggs one bit!

This recipe is great as you can eat it hot or cold. You can prep the omelet in advance and have your Easter lunch ready! Plus, it’s very filling, naturally gluten-free, high in protein and low calorie.

14. Vegan Gnocchi with Arugula Pesto

Found on Lauren Caris Cooks

I love potato gnocchi and pesto in any form! If you want to impress your guests, this vegan gnocchi dish with arugula pesto will do the trick!

15. Vegan Olive and Artichokes Tart

Found on Green Evi

This olive and artichoke tart is very simple to make, takes just a few minutes to prepare, but tastes absolutely amazing. No one will guess it’s eggless. You will fool all your non-vegan friends!

16. Fresh Tomato Risotto with Grilled Greens

Found on Lauren Caris Cooks

I always love a well-cooked risotto. Making a good risotto is easier than you think. Just follow the simple steps in this recipe and you will have a creamy risotto in no time.

17. Herb-Roaster Tri-Colored Carrots

Found on Averie Cooks

It’s not Easter without carrots on the table! This roasted version is very easy to make: crisp-tender carrots, lightly caramelized and flavored with rosemary, thyme, and parsley.

18. Super Spring Salad

Found on Gathering Dreams

19. Green Spring Salad

Found on Green Evi

This vibrant green salad is the perfect way to celebrate the best, fresh spring produce. Sweet green peas mixed with crunchy roasted arugula and broccoli, creamy avocado slices and fresh herbs, and then everything is dressed with a tangy lemon vinaigrette.

Some More Vegan Easter Recipes Ideas…

20. Eggplant Lasagna Roll-Ups
21. Spring Detox Cauliflower Salad
22. 15-Minute Garlic Lime Cashew Zoodles
23. Creamy Tomato Shells
24. Creamy Wild Garlic Spring Pasta

Vegan Dessert

Some mouth-watering vegan Easter dessert recipes that everyone will love! They include classics like chocolate eggs, carrot cakes, chocolate cakes, and hot cross buns!

25. Vegan Elderflower Cake with Lemon Curd & White Chocolate Frosting

Found on Wall Flower Kitchen

This cake looks so pretty and it’s made with wholesome ingredients and no refined sugar! Plus its fluffiness is given by a special ingredient that you will never guess: mashed potatoes!

26. Raw Carrot Cake With Cashew Frosting

Found on Green Evi

If you love raw cakes, these are the perfect carrot mini cakes for you! It’s a pretty, sweet treat very similar to the texture of a classic carrot cake, but much healthier. It’s so good, you won’t be able to stop eating this!

27. Dark Chocolate Beetroot Cake With Chocolate Ganache Frosting

Found on Quite Good Food

This dense and fudgy chocolate cake is a bit more complex than some of the other recipes, but it looks so good and tastes even better! With dairy-free chocolate ganache frosting and marzipan eggs, it’s the perfect cake to celebrate Easter!

28. Vegan Easter Lemon Cupcakes

Found on Wall Flower Kitchen

Lemon is so refreshing and it’s the perfect flavor to end your Easter with (after eating lots of vegan chocolate of course!). These lemon cupcakes are light and fluffy and look so festive!

29. White Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs

Found on Minimalist Baker

A simple treat, if you love peanut butter: easy, vegan peanut butter eggs with a white chocolate coating! All you need are 7 ingredients. The perfect treat for Easter and beyond!

30. Nakd Hot Cross Bun Cupcakes

Found on Wall Flower Kitchen

A vegan cupcake version of the traditional Hot Cross Buns!

31. Vegan Easter Cookies

Found on Vegan Family Recipes

Cute and delicious Vegan Easter Cookies that are great to make with your kids, perfect to have fun with the whole family!

Some More Vegan Easter Dessert Recipes Ideas…

32. Peanut Butter Eggs
33. Carrot Cake Energy Balls
34. Vegan Viennese Whirls
35. Vegan Eaton Mess
36. Vegan Cream Eggs
37. Raw Chocolate Easter Eggs

What are your favorite vegan Easter recipes? Let me know in the comments!

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19 Eggless Vegan Easter Recipes for the Whole Family

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Family gatherings are one of the most challenging situations for vegans and health nuts. Your auntie urges you to try some of her self-made dishes, and you don’t know how to resist, even though they will make you feel crappy afterwards. Your cousin makes fun of your “special diet” and you feel like there’s barely anything for you to eat. Let’s change it around this year!

Even though holidays like Easter tend to always be about eating a specific animal-based food (like eggs or lamb), we know that it’s definitely possible to create delicious and nutritious meals everyone in the family will enjoy! Don’t believe us? Then check out the vegan easter recipes we collected for you below.

Read More: Why Vegans don’t Eat Eggs

Holidays are the time of the year during which it’s fine to eat a little richer food (depending on your health situation, of course). This is why almost every single recipe will contain at least some amount of vegetable oil or refined sugar.

As for the oil, you can just omit it in most cases, which is what we would do. It won’t hurt your arteries very much to eat it a couple of times a year, though. If you’d like to know more about why we don’t think it’s a great idea to consume oils on a regular basis, see our extensive article here. You get to decide! Now, let’s dive into the egg-less goodness.

1. Green Quinoa Bowl with Asparagus

This quinoa salad is a new spring edition with beautiful, crunchy greens and a satisfying fresh basil dressing. Simple to make, highly shareable and absolutely addictive! Green Evi packs a lot of veggies and delicious nutrients into one flavorful bowl for you.

2. Vegan Pot Pies

How about a thick, creamy, and soul-warming vegetable pot pie? These are done in under one hour – including clean up time. It’s up to you to either pick up some pie crust/biscuits from the store or make them from scratch.

3. Creamy Vegan Lemon Bars

These gluten-free and naturally sweetened lemon bars will be a huge hit! Nothing could be more refreshing and satisfying during springtime. With an oat crust and cashew/coconut filling, nobody will be able to resist this cheesecake-like goodness. Quick, hop on over to the Minimalist Baker for the recipe!

4. Incredible Vegan Frittata

Can you believe that this recipe is completely eggless? Yes, this vegan masterpiece is a frittata (or quiche) made thick and creamy by using tofu, arrowroot, and a few more magic ingredients. And the crust is mainly just rice. Sounds awesome? Check it out!

5. One Pot Creamy Garlic Pasta

Looking for something more quick and simple? This one pot fettuccine is deliciously creamy and only requires 5 minutes of prep time. We love that it’s even low in fat and doesn’t require any fancy ingredients. It’s a must this spring!

6. Fruity Egg Baskets

The kids will love these eggless fruit baskets! Using only 3 ingredients (if you buy the puff pastry and soy yogurt at the store) and taking around 5 minutes to prep, you can definitely put this on the list for a quick last-minute Easter idea.

7. Creamy Asparagus & Spring Pea Soup

With all this green goodness, dishing up a spring soup like that will give you a huge boost of nutrients and deliciousness. The added cashew cream is definitely a bonus to this simple yet fantastic Easter recipe!

8. Vegan Deviled Potato Bites

Should you be on a budget this time around, go for these cheap deviled potato “egg” bites. Using chickpeas, tahini, and turmeric as a filling, it’s not only creamy and delicious but offers a lot of protein and some healthy fats. Awesome side dish or snack!

9. One Pot Asparagus & Spinach Gnocchi

This one pot meal is our favorite choice this Easter! Comforting, chewy gnocchi with seasonal, fresh veggies work together in perfect harmony when it comes to taste and deliciousness. This dish also offers a light citrus note and is just overall one of a kind.

10. Vegan Lemon Curd

This curd is the real deal. It is slightly more white in color because there are no eggs, but the lemon flavor is 100% there. This dessert comes with a slight coconut flavor, isn’t too sweet and can be eaten straight away or as a topping for your waffles or pancakes!

11. Spring Greens Soup with Parsnip Fries

This delicious and super healthy recipe can be admired on one of our favorite blogs around the web! Ana’s spring greens soup offers lots of powerful nutrients and antioxidants as well as a creamy texture from the coconut milk. We totally love the baked parsnip fries as a side, too!

12. Crispy Hash Brown Potato Patties

Usually, potatoes are drenched in oil to make them crispy and chewy. But lo and behold, here’s a healthy yet very delicious version of a no-oil hash brown patties recipe! If you want to make it super convenient, just use frozen hash browns, mix them with the other ingredients for around 5 minutes and off into the oven they go!

13. Meringue Nests With Strawberries

Would you believe that this creamy deliciousness is based on chickpeas? The water from this legume can be used to create a very similar texture compared to egg whites but without the nasties. This sweet treat is super crunchy and chewy, and we love the fresh strawberries on top.

14. Eggplant Lasagna Roll Ups

Who doesn’t love Italian food? This light and veggie-rich lasagna recipe could really hit the spot this year for your family gathering. Easier than it looks and using just 10 ingredients, this soul food cannot really go wrong. So if you have an hour to spare and want to make both your vegan and gluten-free guests happy, check out the recipe now.

15. Asparagus Pasta Salad

This tasty dish is a lemony asparagus and mushroom pasta salad with lots of fresh parsley and green onion. Doesn’t that sound really heavenly? It offers everything you’re looking for in a spring or summer dish and perfectly combines filling starches with fresh seasonal veg and lemony deliciousness. Go get the recipe today and try it!

16. Superfood Berry Cashew Cream Bars

These vegan Superfood Berry Cashew Cream No-Bake Bars are naturally colored with fruit and vegetables! And they’re so creamy nobody will ever know they’re healthy and plant-based. Give this spring a nice colorful touch with this treat and watch your kids fall in love with nutritious food.

17. Vegan Basil Ricotta Pinwheels

Who doesn’t love fresh, colorful finger food? This easy and tasty crowd pleaser can be prepared within 15 minutes in advance so you’ll have less stress right before your family gathering. They are perfect for get-togethers and will taste awesome to kids, vegans and meat-lovers alike!

18. Carrot No Bake Energy Bites

Only 5 ingredients are required for this colorful and healthy snack. And you probably have most of them at home right now! Taking only 10 minutes to prepare, you can store them in the fridge for days and just have them on hand when needed. Try this sugar-free and oil-free goodness!

19. Low-Fat Vegan Pesto Pasta Salad

Last but definitely not least, we have this tasty low-fat pasta salad. Yes, pesto doesn’t have to mean tons of oil or nuts! This recipe uses peas as a base, making it protein-rich and satisfying. You can enjoy it either warm or cold and prepare it withing 10-15 minutes.

What will you be making this Easter? Will you be trying any of these recipes or do you have your own plant-based go-tos? Let us know in the comments below.

Alena has been eating a plant-based diet for 6 years and is passionate about sharing her learnings in the fields of nutrition, wellbeing, and vegan ethics. She is the co-creator of nutriciously and loves music, reading, nature, traveling, yoga & good food. Alena received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy, and social work.

Vegan Easter Recipes

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I seriously can’t wait for spring! It’s my favorite season of the year and I just love when the trees turn green again and flowers starts to blossom. I know there are people who actually like winter but I’m definitely not one of them! Can you believe it’s almost Easter?! I somehow thought it was in April and was pretty surprised when I found out it’s this early. But maybe I’m not the only being late, so I put together this last-minute roundup of 15 delicious vegan Easter recipes for you.

As always, I talked to some of my favorite fellow vegan bloggers and I’ve got you covered with vegan Easter desserts, snacks, breakfast, and a couple of entrees.

Vegan Blueberry Coconut Panna Cotta by Vegan Heaven

Before I became vegan, panna cotta with strawberry sauce was one of my favorite desserts (right after crème brûlée and tiramisu I think), but cream and gelatin isn’t exactly vegan, right? Well, we’re lucky: it’s just as easy to whip up a vegan version! And it’s actually just as delicious – if not even better! You can make it the night before, so it’s ready for Easter Sunday.

Fruity Egg Baskets by Bianca from Elephantastic Vegan

Hold on a moment! This is a vegan roundup, why are there eggs? Don’t worry, I know these look extremely real but all you need is apricots, puff pastry, and vanilla-flavored soy yogurt! This recipe really couldn’t be any easier and they’re just perfect for Easter brunch or dessert.

Raw Chocolate Easter Egg Nests by Aimee from Wallflower Girl’s Plant-Based Kitchen

I can’t get over how cute these are!! They are a slightly healthier twist on the classic and are raw, vegan and gluten-free. The other difference is the mini eggs are made from raw marzipan instead of chocolate. They’re ready in just 20 minutes!

Berry and Coconut Cream Cake by Florian from Contentedness Cooking

This vegan cake uses coconut yogurt together with coconut cream to make the base of the cream-like topping. A lot of fresh berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries) go on top. Oh, and don’t forget to sprinkle it with melted vegan white chocolate and coconut flakes. Yummy!

Vegan Mini Strawberry Cheesecakes by Vegan Heaven

These mini cheesecakes are not only super delicious but also prepared in less than 15 minutes. You don’t even have to bother with heating the oven, whisking ingredients, or greasing a baking dish. All you need for these is a good food processor, almonds, dates, strawberries, and cashews.

Maple Ginger Strawberry Shortcake by Alissa from Connoisseurus Veg

This decadent vegan strawberry shortcake is made with a double layer of rich vegan shortbread, stacked with coconut whipped cream and maple ginger marinated strawberries.

Vegan Easter Breakfast and Brunch

Carrot Cake Rawnola by Natalie from Feasting on Fruit

Sweet cakey crumbles to snack or sprinkle or devour in any which way you like. Toss them on top of a bowl of something creamy (yogurt, ice cream, pudding) and it’s like carrot cake turned inside out–frosting on the bottom, cake on top.

Vegan Cinnamon Rolls with Apples by Vegan Heaven

These vegan cinnamon rolls with spelt flour are perfect for Easter breakfast or brunch. I just love baking with cinnamon and these are my absolute favorites. Quick and easy!

Whole Wheat Cranberry Orange Bread by Emilie from Emilie Eats

Emilie used fresh cranberries instead of dried for this breakfast bread. It’s super easy to make with just a few simple ingredients that you probably already have: white whole wheat flour, coconut sugar, cranberries, orange juice, coconut oil, applesauce, and almond milk.

Vegan Easter Snacks

Cinnamon Bunny Cookies by Audrey from Unconventional Baker

These cinnamon bunny cookies are gluten-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free. These little bunnies will make your snacking so much more fun and I’m sure they will win little hearts all over.

Carrot No Bake Energy Balls by Vegan Heaven

What is better for Easter than carrot cake?! To make these little carrot energy balls, you only need 5 main ingredients: Carrots (I used both orange and purple ones, but of course one color is good enough), almonds, dates, coconut flakes, and rolled oats. I also added one teaspoon of cinnamon and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract. They’re vegan, super healthy, sweet, cinnamony, and packed with nutrients. And most of all they’re free of sugar and artificial sweeteners.

Roasted Carrot White Bean Spread by Jenn from Veggie Inspired Journey

This easy carrot spread is super delicious with crunchy whole wheat crackers and crispy cucumbers. It’s also great on a sandwich, in a wrap, or as a dip for pita chips of raw veggies. Just perfect for Easter snacking!

Vegan Easter Entrees

Saffron Sweet Potato Savoy Cabbage Bisque from Sylwia from Vibrant Food Stories

This saffron, sweet potato and savoy cabbage is packed with flavor. I absolutely love its bright yellow color!

Creamy Chickpea Avocado Salad by Ceara from Ceara’s Kitchen

This creamy chickpea avocado salad is protein-packed and loaded with crunchy and crispy summer veggies. It makes the perfect complete protein and veggie packed lunch or side for Easter! It’s ready in just 20 minutes.

Vegan Basil “Ricotta” Pinwheels by Vegan Heaven

I guess it’s save to say that these vegan basil ricotta pinwheels are a real crowd pleaser, not only among vegans but also meat-eaters. As they can be prepared in advance, they’re perfect for parties or family get-togethers and also make for an easy and healthy lunch.

I hope you like this roundup of 15 delicious vegan Easter recipes. They’re also great for spring in general!

Have a great week, everyone!! xx

Easter is just around the corner, and you might not have started to think about what you want to make. We wanted to make it super simple for you this year, and have gathered a complete list of what you can make for a big vegan Easter dinner from start to finish! All of these recipes can always be found if you download our Food Monster App!

Starters:

1. Potato Leek Quiche

Source: Potato Leek Quiche

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Perfect as a start on the Easter dinner, or maybe even earlier as a breakfast? The recipe for this Potato Leek Quiche by Nele Liivlaid is filled with shredded potatoes, carrots, and leeks and then covering it with a creamy, cheesy sauce made from chickpea flour before baking in the oven.

2. Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta

Source: Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta

A perfect little small treat before the big dinner, and with such entertaining and delicious flavors! The herbal coolness of the mint is perfectly paired with the sweetness of the peas. This Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta recipe by Courtney West saves you a lot of time, and it tastes divine!

3. Autumn Maple Sage Acorn Squash

Source: Autumn Maple Sage Acorn Squash

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These are perfect for any occasion, and is the ultimate snack on the Easter table! Just look at the fresh color, sprinkled with savory spices to get just the right balance between sweet and savory. This Autumn Maple Sage Acorn Squash by Kristina Todini is a must have!

4. Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing

Source: Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing

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A beautiful, colorful little dish that is warmed up by some turmeric! This Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing by Jesse Lane Lee will definitely go fast on the dinner table, so be sure you make enough for everyone!

5. Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing

Source: Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing

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Totally in love with the everything bagel? Well, here you have it – just in the salad version! These Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing by Real Food Really Fast uses carrot to make a stand-in for fish, with a smoky essence combined with the original sweetness!

Dinner:

1. Portobello Mushroom Steaks

Source: Portobello Mushroom Steak

This steak is sauteed with onions, balsamic vinegar, mirin, and herbs to make it totally juicy and irresistible! Make this Portobello Mushroom Steak by Kathleen Henry for the Easter dinner, and you simply can’t go wrong!

2. Cauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint Pesto

Source: Cauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint Pesto

Protein packed and herbed lentils take these Cauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint Pesto by Kristie Williams-Yowell to another level! The cauliflower steak itself is eared on the stovetop to develop a gorgeous golden brown crust and then finished in the oven until they’re fork-tender. Be sure to dig in loads on this through the Easter!

3. Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie

Source: Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie

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This dish is so simple to make, but it tastes really comforting! This Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie by Rachel Carr is nutritious, high in dietary fiber and protein as well as many crucial vitamins and minerals.

4. Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction

Source: Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction

In this recipe, the Seitan is cooked in deeply flavorful red wine reduction flavored with vegetables and juniper berries, then served with browned Italian onions. Sounds so tempting, right? Who wouldn’t love this Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction by Simona Malerba on the Easter table?

5. Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash

Source: Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash

This dish has a touch of Europe, and the squash is cooked in a savory vegetable broth and mixed with meaty mushrooms, sweet corn, fresh garlic, and dairy-free sour cream. This Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash by Lisa Dobler is baked in the oven with a delicious tomato sauce, and is really one of a kind!

Dessert:

1. Choc-Chip Easter Buns

Source: Choc-Chip Easter Buns

This perfect Easter dish is packed with chocolate, which makes it so good and totally irresistible for everyone at the table! These Choc-Chip Easter Buns by Karen Kitto are sure to be a hit, so try it out!

2. Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake

Source: Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake

An incredible beautiful and truly Easter friendly cake! This Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake by Lisa Dobler is packed with carrots, has a cream coconut frosting both on the inside and on the top, and it looks so impressive as well!

3. Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts

Source: Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts

No need for cake on the table when you have these Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts by Hayley Canning! These doughnuts are baked, which makes them even healthier than the normal ones, and they have no refined sugar and is also gluten-free! Win-win!

4. Raspberry Cream Cheese Danish

Source: Raspberry Cream Cheese Danish

Believe it or not, this recipe has minimal ingredients! It’s perfect to pair with whatever fruit you may be craving at the moment. Everyone will love this Raspberry Cream Cheese Danish by Gabrielle St. Claire!

5. Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs

Source: Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs

What is Easter without some classic chocolate eggs? All the kids (and adults) will love these Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs by Amy Lyons, especially since they are filled with both hazelnut and chocolate! Smooth and velvety on the inside, and a chocolate shell on the outside – these will simply melt in your mouth!

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Delicious Recipes for Your Easter Menu

Dairy-Free Spinach and Artichoke Dip
This creamy, oil-free dip features lemon, garlic, onion, spinach, and artichoke hearts. As one FOK reader says, “Very nice results! Will be served to our dinner guests tonight with vegan crackers.” View the recipe.

Herb-Crusted Asparagus Spears
For an easy and elegant side dish or appetizer, try these crispy, garlic- and ‘Parmesan’- crusted asparagus spears. Coated with hemp seeds, paprika, nutritional yeast, and bread crumbs, you’d never guess they’re oil-free! View the recipe.

Mushroom-Basil Au Gratin
Thin layers of mushrooms, potatoes, and onions are stacked with chard, fresh basil, and a creamy cashew sauce. Based on traditional au gratin potatoes, this is an ideal special-occasion entrée to share with guests. View the recipe.

Chickpea Avocado Salad
Ready in only 15 minutes, this salad has a great balance of flavor and texture: Fresh greens are tossed with diced red onion, creamy avocado, lime juice, and spicy jalapeño pepper. View the recipe.

Silky Vegan Chocolate Pie
This chilled vegan chocolate pie is gluten-free and great for dinner parties. The filling’s silky-smooth texture comes from steamed acorn squash. Maple syrup and date paste make it sweet, and cocoa powder brings the chocolatey richness. View the recipe.

For people going vegan, the hardest part of their journey is often pressure from family (whether real or perceived) to conform to tradition––especially when a holiday rolls around. All of those old buttery favorites evoke temptation, and explaining your new vegan lifestyle can start to feel like a burden. I experienced this when I first became vegan just four years ago. Not touching the sweet potato pie was torture, and it made me question my resolve.

The hardest things to give up in life are our habits, especially with food, and especially if that food is connected to family and culture.

When you become vegan you need not sacrifice all of the delicious things that connect you to your people. Traditions are beautiful and important, and they can be altered without losing a single pinch of goodness and love. Replace animal products with compassionate plant-based alternatives in favorite dishes, share them with your family, and a fresher tradition can be born. Quiche, for example, was a dish my mother always loved and made when I was growing up. I simply replaced the eggs with tofu, and the cheese with nutritional yeast, and we can both enjoy it again.

One could argue that Jesus himself was a vegetarian, so in the spirit of compassion for all of God’s creatures, let’s enjoy a vegan Easter brunch this year. If you’re sharing a meal with family, why not bring a delicious and recognizable dish that everyone will love? I think this vegan broccoli and kale tofu quiche would be a beautiful addition to your table.

Happy Easter!

Vegan Tofu Quiche Prep time 25 mins Cook time 40 mins Total time 1 hour 5 mins This delicious vegan tofu quiche can be made all year round with any seasonal vegetables. This combination of fresh green veggies (broccoli, kale, and basil) are perfect for spring, and add plenty of nutrition to this comforting––yet healthy––quiche. Author: Jenné Serves: 6 Ingredients

  • 1 store-bought vegan crust––or homemade. I used a vegan spelt flour crust

Veggie Filling

  • ½ onion, thinly sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 cups chopped broccoli
  • 2 cups kale, packed
  • 1½ cup crimini mushrooms
  • ¼ cup sundried tomatoes, chopped (soaked ahead of time to soften)
  • 1 tsp Italian spice blend
  • ½ tsp fennel seeds
  • ½ tsp chili flakes
  • 7 basil leaves, chopped or chiffonade

Tofu Filling

  • 1 package firm tofu
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 3 tbsp nutritional yeast
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
  • ½ tsp black pepper

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375° and ready your pie crust––if necessary.

Prepare the veggie filling

  1. Sauté the onions and garlic with 2 tbsp of grapeseed oil. Add about ½ tsp of sea salt, and cook until translucent.
  2. Stir in the rest of the veggies, and sauté until tender, about 8 minutes (careful not to overcook and lose the color).
  3. Stir in the Italian spice blend, fennel, chili flakes, and basil, and season to taste with sea salt.
  4. While you are sautéing the veggies (or after), you can work on the tofu filling.

Tofu filling

  1. Place the tofu, nutritional yeast, vinegar or lemon, salt, and pepper into a food processor and blend until smooth.
  2. Spoon the tofu mixture into the cooked veggies, and stir to combine.
  3. Scoop the new tofu and veggie mixture into the pie crust evenly.
  4. Bake for 40 minutes.
  5. Allow it to cool for 10-15 minutes before eating.

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Vegan Easter Dinner Ideas

Shopping for Easter can be a long affair, requiring you to set aside a wide range of other chores and make time in your schedule. Fortunately is one of my favorite things to do. The challenge is while you are Vegan or Vegetarian. What a Vegan – Vegetarian can eat during Easter? What are a few Vegan Easter Dinner ideas? Traditionally in Greece, we eat lamb and one way of cooking it is on the spit on the Easter Sunday.

This Easter is my first celebration as a Vegetarian (now Vegan in 2019!), which means no meat of any kind. I am sure my family and the people around me will face me as an alien but to be honest, I do not mind at all, in contrast, I will be amused by their reactions. Since they do not have any knowledge about the certain diet, I am not expecting them, to favorite and understand my actions.

I’ve had done a lot of research and this Easter Menu tastes every bit as good, with a lot of less mess. I’ve adapted techniques from Traditional Greek cuisine, my Gastronomy studies and from cuisines around the world. It is separated in 1. Salads, 2. Sides, 3. Main course and 4. Desserts. In some recipes, you can find variations for Vegans / Vegetarians and alternative ways that you can use each recipe. Hope you enjoy them.

Let’s Start!

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1. Salads:

2. Sides:

(Regarding the Sauteed Mushrooms you can use them as a side combination with the Baked Tofu from the Main course below)

(You can combine Hummus with the Pita Bread below and the Sauteed mushrooms above. A pita idea is a pita stuffed with the mushrooms, green salad, and the hummus dressing)

3. Main Dish:

(Chickpeas Main dish below can be combined with a cup of a herby cooked brown rice, basmati rice or Quinoa)

4. Desserts:

Do you need more Vegan ideas? please find more sweet and savory recipes!

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I wish you Happy Easter with Love, Peace, and Joy!!!

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Delicious Vegan Easter Brunch Recipes That Everyone Will Love

Being vegan during a major holiday can be difficult, and Easter is no exception. If you’re going to someone else’s house for a meal like brunch, chances are good that the hosts won’t take your diet into consideration — or, if they do, they’ll make one dish that’s just okay. It’s like, A for effort and all that, but everyone deserves to eat something delicious, especially during brunch! That’s why your best bet is making your own vegan Easter brunch dish. Not only is it considered polite (you’re contributing!), but it’s also for your own good, because you’ll know that you have at least one awesome thing you can eat.

Or maybe you’re hosting Easter brunch this year, and some of your guests aren’t vegan. You’ll need some recipes that will prove that eschewing meat and dairy products does not equal one boring meal after another — basically, you’ll need some crowd-pleasing ideas that will make everyone forget all about eggs. Luckily, there are tons of vegan brunch recipes on the Internet that will impress guests all over the place, whether you’re hosting or not. These vegan brunch ideas are perfect for Easter and spring weather, using some of the best flavors of the season. They just might become one of your new favorites!

1. Vegan Aebelskivers

Veganosity

I don’t know about you, but when I think brunch, I think: pancakes. Or, more accurately, elaborate pancakes instead of your plain old options you can make any day. Aebelskivers are a perfect option for a crowd, because they’re small enough that they won’t overwhelm the rest of the meal. This vegan recipe from Veganosity is filled with yummy fruit or chocolate, your choice.

2. Grain-Free Tomato, Eggplant, And Roasted Garlic Tart

Pure Ella

This gluten-free falafel crust tart from Pure Ella is perfect as a savory option for a brunch. Eggplant and tomato are always crowd favorites, and roasted garlic as well as other warming spices make this a satisfying option for anyone.

3. Vegan Cinnamon Rolls

My Darling Vegan

Another crowd favorite? Cinnamon rolls, of course. My Darling Vegan has a recipe for vegan cinnamon rolls that look out of this world. Vegan butter and soy milk lend for a sweet flavor that no one will be able to stop eating.

4. Blueberry Breakfast Casserole

Veggie Primer

Casseroles are a great brunch option because they can be put together the night before. In the morning, just stick them in the oven and you’re pretty much good to go. This vegan blueberry breakfast casserole from Veggie Primer is filled with blueberries, bananas, and other sweet flavors.

5. Cashew Sugared Donut Holes

Vegan In The Freezer

The best thing about brunch is that you can get away with basically eating dessert in the morning. Donut holes are a perfect option, and this vegan version from Vegan In The Freezer is a great one to try for a special occasion like Easter. Cashew sugar gives a unique, sweet flavor.

6. Potato Leek Vegan Quiche

Connoisseurus Veg

Loaded with potatoes, leeks, and tofu, this vegan quiche recipe from Connoisseurus Veg will not disappoint anyone. Full of flavor and yummy spices, no one will miss the cheese or eggs! To make things easier on yourself, you can always buy a vegan pie crust instead of making it.

7. Matcha Chia Pudding

May I Have That Recipe

There are two great things about chia pudding: one, it always looks aesthetically pleasing, especially when topped with colorful spring fruit. And two, it can be prepared the night before, leaving you with a (mostly) stress-free morning. This chia pudding from May I Have That Recipe has matcha and the fruit of your choice for a simple brunch dish.

8. Asparagus Cashew Cream Tart

My Darling Vegan

An asparagus tart just looks like Easter, you know? This recipe from My Darling Vegan is made with delicious cashew cream, fresh asparagus, and vegan puff pastry, and is a lot easier than it seems. It’s also really impressive looking.

9. Strawberry Nutella Bruschetta

Simple Vegan Blog

Who wouldn’t want Nutella for breakfast? This “bruschetta” from Simple Vegan Blog uses fresh strawberries, nuts, and of course, lots of yummy Nutella for an easy to put together recipe that will definitely be a crowd pleaser. Buy a variety of bread so that people can spread this on whatever they choose.

10. Tropical Mango Coconut Granola

Veganosity

If you don’t want to go too crazy, this mango coconut granola from Veganosity is a great option. It’s easy to put together, it’s full of flavors everyone will love, and it’s really versatile. Serve it with a variety of yogurt or oatmeal, or have people eat it with their choice of milk. Or just leave it as is – it’s so sweet and delicious that people will just want to grab it out of the jar.

11. Smashed Chickpea Salad

May I Have That Recipe

No one will miss egg salad when you’re serving this chickpea salad from May I Have That Recipe. Loaded with veggies and seasoning, it’s also mixed up with a tangy mustard dressing. You can serve this with toast as a sandwich, or just on its own.

12. Chia Waffles

Pure Ella

This vegan waffles from Pure Ella are bound to be something everyone will love. Made with chia seeds, they’re super filling, and the whipped coconut topping is sweet and perfect with spring fresh berries. Plus, it offers a beautiful presentation!

13. Vegan Breakfast Burritos

Simple Vegan Blog

Tofu is a great substitute for eggs in these vegan breakfast burritos from Simple Vegan Blog. Add avocados, lots of salsa, and some nutritional yeast as cheese — plus any other toppings you think might work.

14. Banana Macadamia Nut Muffins

Vegan In The Freezer

Muffins are a great brunch staple for a reason – everyone loves them, and they’re super versatile. They’re great to bring if you’re going somewhere. This banana macadamia nut muffins from Vegan In The Freezer don’t require eggs and they still come out amazing. You can’t go wrong with this mix of flavors!

15. Nacho Avocado Toast

Veggie Primer

Avocado toast is a brunch favorite, and if you want to do something a little different, try this spin on them from Veggie Primer. Black beans, corn, and vegan nacho “cheese” sauce will make these totally irresistible. All you have to do is get everything together, and then people can make their own pieces!

16. Vegan Meyer Lemon Bars

May I Have That Recipe

Lemon bars will remind everyone that summer is (almost) around the corner. And if you’ve never had Meyer lemons, you’re missing out. They’re super sweet and perfect for desserts like this one from May I Have That Recipe.

17. Loaded Avocado Quesadillas

Connoisseurus Veg

Skip the traditional Easter brunch ideas and do something a little more fun, like these avocado quesadillas from Connoisseurus Veg. They’re stuffed with veggies and spices and are sure to become the biggest hit at brunch.

18. Vegan Gluten-Free Crepes

Simple Vegan Blog

These gluten-free, oil free, vegan crepes from Simple Vegan Blog might not sound super exciting, but they are sure to taste delicious. Top them with lots of berries and fruits – the warm filling is the star.

19. Loaded Potato Breakfast Bowl

Veggie Primer

Is it really brunch if it doesn’t include potatoes? This bowl from Veggie Primer is made up of a delicious potato hash, lots of veggies, and a creamy mushroom sauce. What’s not to love?

20. Savory Mediterranean Oatmeal

Veganosity

When most people think of oatmeal, they think of something sweet and sugary. Savory oatmeal, like this one from Veganosity, is just as delicious and is perfect for brunch because of the mix of flavors. The olives and tomatoes mix so well with the creamy oatmeal.

All your vegan Easter recipes in one place. From brunch to dinner to dessert, here is a roundup that covers all the vegan recipes you need to celebrate spring’s arrival.

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Originally published 3/16/2018. Last updated 3/22/2019

Friends, Easter is just a few short weeks away! How did that happen??

With the spring equinox behind us (yay, spring!!!) and Easter right on its tail, I figured it was time, once again, to round up some of my favorite vegan Easter recipes from the blog. I’ve gathered recipes for Easter brunch, dinner, and, dessert. Think all things spring: berries, asparagus, peas, and more!

What better way to celebrate the season of life than with some of nature’s best foods? So let’s focus on compassion this Easter, and take a look at these 31 plant-based seasonal recipes.

Easter Brunch

Let’s start off this day of springtime celebration with a hearty vegan brunch. When I think about Easter brunch, I think about the decadence of sweet morning breakfasts like French toast and cinnamon rolls as well as eggy casseroles like quiches and frittatas. Here are a few of my favorite foods to share at Easter Brunch:

  • Classic Vegan French Toast
  • Coconut Orange Pistachio Doughnuts
  • Vegan Strawberry Muffins
  • Easy Scrambled “Eggs”
  • Easy Cinnamon Rolls
  • Blueberry and Banana Baked Oatmeal
  • Vegan Quiche with Caramelized Onions and Shiitake
  • Perfect Vegan Pancakes
  • Vegan Bagel and “Lox”

Easter Dinner

There are so many options for vegan Easter dinner. I love recipes that celebrate the freshness of spring and vegetables such as cauliflower steaks, zucchini noodles, fresh asparagus and pea risotto (pictured above). Think of filling your Easter table with all the springtime vegetables through small plate items.

  • Lemony Asparagus and Pea Risotto
  • Green Goddess Pizza
  • Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Steaks
  • Spiralized Vegetable Salad with Green Goddess Dressing
  • Green Goddess Buddha Bowl
  • Asparagus and Cashew Cream Tart
  • Vegan Egg Salad
  • Zucchini Noodle and Pesto Salad
  • Springtime Quinoa Salad with Asparagus
  • Pesto Pasta Caprese Salad

Easter Dessert

No Easter meal is complete without a delicious vegan dessert. My favorite desserts for springtime are ones that are light and filled with fresh fruits and berries. Olive oil cakes, berry cobblers, and shortcakes are always a hit this time of year. And I highly recommend my 5-ingredient coconut ice cream to accompany any vegan dessert. It’s a fan favorite!

  • Lemon Olive Oil Cake
  • Coconut Ice Cream
  • Gluten-Free Carrot Cake
  • Lemon Pound Cake
  • Meyer Lemon Bars
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Raw Carrot Cake
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Chocolate Coconut Cream Pies
  • Mixed Berry Cobbler
  • Coconut Mango Panna Cotta
  • Boysenberry Crisp

There you have it. 31 vegan spring recipes perfect for your Easter holidays.

Written by Sarah McMinn

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The 15 Best Vegetarian Easter Brunch Recipes

These 15 Best Vegetarian Easter Brunch Recipes are perfect healthy recipes for your Easter brunch and spring dinners. They are colorful, healthy, and delicious!

How is it almost Easter already? Is this year flying by for anyone else? I was just looking at the calendar yesterday and realized that we are a few days away from the end of the first quarter. At the beginning of each year, I sit down and think about what I want to accomplish. The big realization is that I need to get my butt into gear if I’m going to accomplish my big goals for this year. How are your goals coming along? It’s a great time to assess your goals if you haven’t already.

One of my goals for the year is to decrease the amount of meat I eat in a given week, month, and year. I’ve actually done pretty well with this goal so far this year. I’m not a full vegetarian but four days this week I didn’t eat meat, which is great for me.

Easter usually has a decent amount of meat, including ham or lamb. But, I love the idea of a completely vegetarian Easter brunch! These vegetarian Easter brunch recipes are super fun, healthy, and meat-free. We even found a few main dish recipe ideas too. I’m not heading home for Easter this year so I’m going to be making a little mini-Easter brunch and I’m seriously psyched about these recipes. And, many of these recipes will be delicious all spring long!

Happy Easter, Happy Spring + Happy Eating!!

Curried Vegan Shepherd’s Pie with Coconut Sweet Potato Topping by The Endless Meal

Vegan Paleo Coconut Cream Eggs by 40 Aprons

Avocado Pesto Healthy Pasta Salad by Food Faith Fitness

Healthy Vegan Green Bean Casserole by The Endless Meal

Easy Vegan Mac + Cheese by Ambitious Kitchen

Vegan Lemon Lime Coconut Cake by Cotter Crunch

Mashed Purple Yams with Sesame Brown Butter by The Endless Meal

Super Clean Broccoli Salad by Pinch of Yum

Cooked Radishes in Miso Butter by Healthy Seasonal Recipes

Bourbon Maple Glazed Carrots by The Endless Meal

Sun Dried Tomato + Sweet Potato Crust Quiche by A Saucy Kitchen

Curried Sweet Potato Frittata by The Endless Meal

Thyme + White Bean Pot Pies by Minimalist Baker

Vegan Strawberry Cream Pie by The Endless Meal

Vegetarian Mezze Platter by What’s Gaby Cooking

More vegetarian brunch recipes:

  • Tomato Zoodle Frittata
  • Healthy Smoky Mushroom Breakfast Tacos
  • Homemade Coconut Yogurt with Strawberry Chia Jam
  • Lightened Up Feta Spinach Strata
  • Grain Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins

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