Have you ever tried to find vegan Easter recipes? It is hard!
Especially finding ones that will satisfy my family!
Best Vegan Easter Recipes
Most think Easter is not Easter without deviled eggs, ham, and egg-based desserts.
But we always have a couple of vegans and vegetarians at the table.
Therefore, it always falls to me to find things they can eat. And let me tell you, it has been a struggle sometimes!
But over the years, I have cultivated quite a collection.
So here are 33 delectable vegan Easter recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Enjoy!
Do you go crazy for lemon desserts? If so, you will love these lemon meltaway balls, whether or not you’re vegan.
They are divine.
Each ball is full of bright, lemony goodness and covered in coconut or powdered sugar. Every bite is like a sweet, zingy taste of lemon Heaven.
Do you like radishes? This simple, 30-minute side dish will become a new favorite.
It has all the color and flavor of fresh radishes- plus herbs and aromatics.
These roasted radishes are fresh, earthy, herby, and delicious. And they pair well with just about anything.
Looking for ideas for an Easter breakfast or brunch? Try this recipe for vegan carrot lox.
The lox itself is easy to make, requiring only seven ingredients. (Most of them are from the spice rack!)
Then, you can assemble the bagels with whatever toppings you like best.
The recipe recommends vegan cream cheese, capers, cucumbers, and chives. But go with whatever savory ingredients you prefer.
I realize this picture looks like a bowl of plain old kale. It isn’t, though!
It is a bowl of crispy vegan chips. And it has loads of flavor from garlic and onion powder.
Despite having no cheese, they have a distinct cheese-and-garlic flavor. These chips are perfect for Easter or every day snacking.
These creamy carrot smoothies are a great way to start Easter morning.
They’re thick, filling, and sweet but contain no refined sugars or additives. Oh, and they are delicious!
You are welcome!
Do you prefer indulgent pancakes to nutritious smoothies? That’s okay- no judgment here!
These yummy Easter pancakes are vegan-friendly and need only five ingredients.
You can have a nice stack of them ready to eat in less than 30 minutes.
The hardest thing about them is deciding which toppings to use.
I love making themed cupcakes for holidays, no matter the season. So these bunny cupcakes top my list of fun Easter desserts.
They’re adorable and taste fantastic. And yes, everything- including the buttercream frosting- is 100% vegan.
Black-eyed pea dip is probably not the first dip that comes to mind. Or the last, if you’re being honest. French onion, queso, even ranch, sure.
But blacked-eye pea dip? It would not make the Family Feud cut.
Even so- I urge you to try this recipe because it is pretty fabulous.
It’s super flavorful – buttery and cheesy but still vegan-friendly. It also has the perfect amount of heat.
Plus, it comes together in 30 minutes with fewer than ten ingredients.
Soft pretzels may not be the most Easter-y of recipes. But these soft pretzels are vegan. And they taste great, too.
So that makes them good enough for this list in my book.
The texture will differ from what you can buy at the mall. (They’re not magic.)
Fortunately, though, these taste just as good – somewhat sweet, doughy, and delicious. Oh, these pretzels are also gluten-free. Bonus!
This dish is more like a slaw than a salad in my book. Whatever you want to call it, it is the ideal side dish for Easter.
Its bright orange and yellow appearance is delightfully festive.
It also tastes terrific – sweet and tart with raisins, shredded carrots, and pineapples.
It is easy to pull together, too – requiring no cooking and only seven ingredients.
Overnight oats are always a hit at my house – and Easter morning is no exception.
These sweet, fruity oats are hearty, healthy, and hellaciously good. Everyone will love them.
And you’ll love that you can prepare them in about 5 minutes flat.
Just remember the overnight portion of the recipe. The oats need at least 4 hours in the fridge.
Remember earlier when I said Easter isn’t Easter without deviled eggs? I meant that with my whole heart.
My family would reschedule the whole holiday if someone forgot the deviled eggs. Of course, that doesn’t include the vegans, right?
Even they think they need something like deviled eggs for Easter.
Thankfully, these vegan deviled potatoes are an excellent, easy-to-make substitute.
They don’t taste the same, but they look fantastic. They also have that tangy, paprika-infused flavor that makes deviled eggs so good.
Hummus is one of my all-occasion go-to vegan recipes. And this roasted red pepper hummus is one of my favorite varieties.
It’s creamy, rich, and flavorful, full of tahini, garlic, peppers, and more. Serve it with toasted pita bread for the best results.
Cookies for breakfast?! Yes, please! Hey, maybe there’s something to this vegan thing after all.
My 10-year-old self could get behind it if I had cookies waiting for me every morning. (My adult self could, too!)
These cookies are sweet and cinnamony, with loads of healthy ingredients. (Coconut, peanut butter, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, cranberries, and more!)
You experience a new and exciting flavor in every bite. These are a great way to start the day. But they are tasty enough to eat for dessert!
15. Avocado Hummus
Here’s another fun hummus recipe – this one using avocado and chickpeas.
It tastes like a hummus/guacamole mash-up, and I am here for it. Try it once, and you will be, too.
16. Black Bean Soup
Soup may not be the most traditional Easter dish, but hey! It’s your holiday dinner, so you can make it however you like!
And I believe soup is delicious any time!
Black bean soup makes a great starter or a hearty lunch. It’s veggie-packed, full of protein, and high in fiber.
So, this soup is healthy, too. That’s a win in my book!
These green pancakes are enough to make Sam I Am proud (Dr. Seuss, anyone?).
Stuffed with spinach, chickpeas, and other healthy things- they’re a great option.
Top them with vegan sour cream, chives, and other yummy toppings for a pancake flavor explosion. You won’t believe how tasty they are.
Plus, you can whip up a dozen or more in just 25 minutes! Also, their unique green color makes them a favorite for an eerie Halloween recipe.
Easter ham or roast are not options for vegans. But this brown sugar- and mustard-glazed tofu makes a superb substitute.
This tofu is thick, hearty, and smoky with just a hint of brown sugar sweetness.
It has a unique, meat-like texture and is just as filling as roast or meatloaf. It looks lovely, too.
Crispy roasted cauliflower isn’t just perfect for vegan Easter. It makes a great side dish for keto Easter, too.
With only 5 net carbs per serving, it is also a tasty anytime keto snack.
I love a good frittata recipe, but making one without eggs may seem challenging. Thankfully, it’s not. Use tofu instead.
The frittata still looks, feels, and tastes as spectacular as any non-vegan frittata. Most people won’t know it’s vegan unless you tell them.
21. Carrot Hot Dogs
It’s shocking how much these carrot hot dogs taste like real hot dogs. I know I was!
I think it is the marinade that makes them so believable.
It doesn’t hurt that they look like real hotdogs, too. Who knows?
Maybe your brain is tricking you into thinking you’re eating hot dogs? Because it looks like you are.
Either way, these dogs make for a fantastic all-occasion vegan meal idea. Everyone will love them!
Vegan potato salad is cool and creamy, with plenty of mustard and dill. In most ways, it tastes like any old potato salad.
The only differences are that you use plant-based mayonnaise and won’t add eggs.
The taste, texture, and appearance change little, though.
If you have soup for Easter, it might as well be carrot soup. This creamy orange soup is light, earthy, herby, and oh-so-good.
It makes a great appetizer. Or you can serve it with bread or a salad for a complete meal.
These crunchy vegan latkes are great; I love them. But the real star of this recipe is the caramelized onion dip.
Seriously. Even if you don’t try the latkes, you must try this dip.
This dip is not just good- it is phenomenally, heavenly, weak-in-the-knees good.
It tastes like a spicier, thicker, richer version of French onion dip. Only it has even more flavor.
Honestly, it might be my all-time favorite dip recipe.
Matzah tater tots are fun finger foods for kids and adults. They’re easy to make, taste great, and are 100% vegan.
You can whip up a dozen in about 40 minutes with few ingredients.
And don’t worry. These tots are not bland. The onion powder, garlic, salt, and pepper ensure that.
Split pea soup is another healthy, hearty option for Easter or any other meal.
Veggies and herbs pack every spoonful. And it takes less than an hour to make. It’s also budget-friendly, which I always appreciate, no matter the occasion.
You can tweak the veggies to satisfy your family’s specific tastes.
I’m always in the mood for a flavorful, spongy veggie quiche. And these are cuter (and a lot more fun) than most.
Instead of one large quiche, make 12 mini ones. So, everyone gets their own!
This is a new and exciting way to serve quiche the whole family will appreciate.
Quiche also provides an easy way to encourage your kiddos to eat more veggies. Because these quiches are chock-full of them.
This gorgeous brioche bread loaf belongs on the cover of a cooking magazine.
But with this recipe, you can bring it to your Easter table instead.
It takes time and effort, as all homemade bread does.
I promise you, the time is well worth it. It will impress everyone who sees and tries it.
Making vegan garlic bread is easier than you think. Just pick up some vegan or dairy-free butter. Everything else stays the same.
You can even add some vegan cheese! Mmm- cheesy garlic bread.
Risotto is a simple, creamy side dish. And it pairs well with almost anything.
This recipe requires only 5 minutes of prep work and another 25 minutes to cook.
It has a mild, earthy flavor. Which makes sense as it contains asparagus, peas, onions, and vegan parmesan.
Vegan risotto is flavorful but not overpowering. And it works well with most other Easter dishes.
Stir-fry for Easter may be a little unconventional. But again, this is your holiday dinner!
And this spicy stir-fry is tasty enough to make you want to break convention.
It features loads of fresh veggies and comes together in just 35 minutes.
Forget Easter! This one is perfect for busy weeknights when you don’t want to cook.
The actual name of this recipe is “Gooey, Perfect, Better Than Yo Mamas Cinnamon Rolls.”
And honestly, that says everything it needs to say.
These tasty treats are sweet, cinnamony, and covered in a delectable, messy glaze.
They are some of the best cinnamon rolls you will ever try. Most people won’t even realize they’re vegan.
Pasta salad is one of my favorite spring and summer side dishes. Someone makes it every Easter; sometimes, two or three people make it!
This vegan pasta salad is as cool, creamy, and yummy as any regular pasta salad. It features loads of fresh, tangy veggies and robust herbs.
It’s a flavorful side dish that even your non-vegan friends will appreciate.
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