Vegan Easter Recipes, ranging from brunch and lunch to dinner and dessert, will please just about everyone at the table this holiday! These dishes are also perfect for just about any springtime gathering, including weekend potlucks and Mother’s Day.
Because it falls on a different day each year, Easter always seems to sneak up on me. And because of that, I rarely make plans.
Unlike some of my friends, my family didn’t have traditional recipes for out big easter meal. We often ate out at a local restaurant on the holiday. If we stayed in, we would typically have the same types of foods that we at for other holidays such as Thanksgiving or Christmas. Of course, there was usually lots of chocolate, even when I was older and no longer waited impatiently for the Easter Bunny to drop of a basket full of candy eggs.
These days, I use Easter as an excuse to make a large bunch. These vegan Easter recipes will cover brunch, lunch, and even dinner. You can’t forget dessert!
Vegan Easter Recipes
Vegan Easter Brunch Recipes
This frittata is made with chickpea flour, and it’s super easy to make!
Tofu Benedict is the ultimate vegan brunch dish! It’s made with greens, tomato slices, and tempeh bacon and then drenched in a dairy-free hollandaise sauce.
Brunch doesn’t get any better than this Vegan Eggs Florentine. Made with tofu, spinach, and dairy-free hollandaise sauce, this recipe is perfect for Easter.
Full of asparagus and tofu feta, this vegan omelet is a terrific dish to serve at a spring brunch.
Quiche is the ultimate brunch dish. It’s great for those nights when you want breakfast for dinner, too.
Bring your brunch game to the next level with this vegan Quiche Lorraine from Baconish by Leinana Two Moons!
These mini quiches are perfect for potluck brunches.
You can never go wrong with a tofu scramble for brunch!
This salad is made with mixed greens, cheesy vegan baked tofu, tempeh bacon, and tomatoes, and it’s drizzled with dairy-free hollandaise sauce.
The vegan buttermilk dressing is the real star of this salad, but the asparagus, chickpeas, and feta all play key roles.
Is there anything more “vegan” than a kale and edamame salad? Don’t let the cliché nature of this recipe fool you though! This crave-worthy salad is delicious and it’s perfect for lunch or a light dinner.
This easy vegan spinach salad with strawberries, avocado, walnuts, and dairy-free feta is the perfect starter or side for your Easter feast.
This salad is made with hearty grains and light spring greens. It’s is an excellent side dish, but it’s also substantial enough to be a meal on its own.
Vegan Side Dish Recipes
This is thought of as a Thanksgiving dish, but I’ll look for any excuse to make it! And like I said, we usually at the same things for Easter and Thanksgiving.
This recipe is a Thanksgiving mainstay, but it’s perfect for springtime gatherings, too.
This recipe just might convert self-proclaimed sprout haters!
Vegan Easter Main Dish Recipes
Topped with fresh asparagus spears and tomato slices, this tart with Cashew Ricotta is perfect for springtime dining.
This tart combines a few of my favorite things – caramelized onions, mushrooms, and tofu ricotta – in one tasty little package.
This recipe Jazzy Vegetarian’s Deliciously Vegan is like a crustless asparagus quiche or savory pie, and it’s super easy to make.
In this healthy dish, fresh vegetables and pasta are smothered in a creamy nondairy primavera sauce. It’s super easy to customize this recipe to your liking,
Vegan Dessert Recipes
This is a veganized version of the chocolate pie I made for my family at pretty much every holiday gathering.
Since they’re small, these little treats are terrific when you just want a bite or two of something sweet. Because of their size, they’re great for a springtime potluck.
This healthy raw is the ultimate springtime dessert!
Key Lime is Dennis’s favorite dessert, so I make this pie from The Blossom Cookbook for him from time to time, and he loves it.
This easy homemade avocado ice cream recipe is made with just a few ingredients and doesn’t require an ice cream maker.
You can’t heave Easter dinner without chocolate! If you’re just craving just a little bite, these truffles will satisfy your needs.
What’s on your menu this Easter Sunday?