Try these delicious vegan Easter recipes ranging from breakfast and brunch to dinner and dessert! Over 60 ideas brimming with flavor and seasonal ingredients the whole family will love.
Make this year’s Easter celebrations really special with our selection of easy and crowd-pleasing recipes!
No matter if you want to serve vegan-friendly food to your guests or are just looking for some plant-based ideas to treat your family.
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Enjoy the following vegan Easter recipes perfect for the whole family (picky eater included!) and don’t miss out on our printable vegan Easter platter at the end of this article.
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Breakfast & Brunch
We’ll start this culinary journey on Easter morning.
No matter if you’re planning a modest breakfast or if you’re ready to whip up some more complicated “easy-yet-impressive” vegan dishes for your Easter family brunch, our hand-picked items cover all your needs.
Pretty Easter PancakesRecipe by Elephantastic Vegan →
Wait, did we include eggs here? Nope. Even though the topping for these fully vegan pancakes looks an awful lot like fried eggs, it’s actually just vegan yogurt with half a canned apricot.
Who says that looks like these are reserved for animal products? We love this little twist!
No-Bake Lemon Coconut BarsRecipe by Cotter Crunch →
If you’d like to have some vegan Easter Breakfast treats to grab in the morning, how about prepping these pretty lemon bars in advance?
They are nutrient-dense, easily customizable and make for a secretly healthy but super delicious morning snack. Totally kid-approved!
Lemon & Blueberry Poppy Seed Loaf CakeRecipe by By The Forkful →
Looking for a special vegan Easter brunch loaf? This simple yet super delicious lemon poppy seed loaf cake is moist, soft and comes with a wonderfully fresh taste.
Perfect for any lemon drizzle cake fans and to serve alongside other Spring-themed dishes this year.
Eggless Asparagus QuicheRecipe by Rachel Steenland →
Made with a protein-rich quinoa crust plus a creamy tofu filling, this pretty spring-themed vegan quiche is full to the brim with essential nutrients.
This is the perfect gluten-free savory Easter brunch addition that you can serve at home or bring with you to a party.
Veggie-Stuffed Chickpea OmeletteRecipe by Nutriciously →
This chickpea omelette is high in fiber and protein but much lower in fat than an egg omelette, and can be served with any veggies of your choice.
Slightly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, this naturally gluten-free dish is a healthy and delicious breakfast option.
Cinnamon Hot Cross BunsRecipe by Rainbow Nourishments →
Combining hot cross buns with cinnamon swirls, this tasty Easter baking recipe definitely makes you want to come back for more!
They are best eaten the day they are baked, so make sure you serve them warm out of the oven for a vegan Easter family treat during brunch or for dessert.
Vegan Sweet BunsRecipe by Tasha Artisan Food →
Bursting with tutti-frutti, these sweet buns are like memories wrapped in flour and sugar!
These cozy baked goods are such crowd-pleasers during any breakfast or brunch occasion and taste heavenly with some dairy-free milk, vegan butter and coffee.
Savory Crêpe CakeRecipe by Green Evi →
What an eye-catcher! This beautiful savory crêpe cake is made with chickpea flour and 3 delicious spreads: white bean-tahini, wild garlic-zucchini and avocado-artichoke.
Not only does it look super fancy, but it’s also secretly healthy and really satiating. Perfect for a special brunch occasion.
Crispy Hash Brown Potato PattiesRecipe by Brand New Vegan →
More often than not, 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 and off into the oven they go!
Orange Easter BreadRecipe by Klaras Life →
This gorgeous yeast bread is fluffy, soft, juicy and fruity – what a great addition to a beautiful Easter table!
You can make it at home in around 40 minutes and serve it for breakfast, during tea time or gift it to someone. Definitely something special!
Asparagus Chickpea FrittataRecipe by This Healthy Kitchen →
Another classic egg dish gone fully plant-based! While this flavorful vegan Spring frittata isn’t exactly like it’s eggy counterpart in terms of texture and flavor due to chickpea flour, it is packed with nutrients, fiber and all the colorful veg you want. The secret ingredient: black salt!
Carrot Cake WafflesRecipe by Strength and Sunshine →
These aren’t just any waffles – made with a secret ingredient that’s actually a pretty genius shortcut, they are fluffy and feature cozy spices like cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg.
Now that’s how we like to eat our veggies! Serve the waffles to your family for an easy yet special Easter breakfast.
Spring Vegetable GaletteRecipe by Cilantro & Citronella →
Ready for some more veggies during Easter brunch? This beautiful vegan galette encompasses all the flavors of spring with fresh asparagus, broccolini and garden peas on a bed of kale and vegan ricotta cheese.
Just 20 minutes of prep time and 30 minutes of baking then you’ve got a light, flaky crust as well as a creamy, savory veggie filling. Perfect to bring with you to any gathering!
Blueberry Lemon SconesRecipe by Rhian’s Recipes →
You wouldn’t believe these moist, fluffy and fruity scones are actually gluten-free and made without any butter!
Packed with juicy blueberries and lemon flavor, they are one of our go-to crumbly spring treats. No refined sugar needed for this delicious family-friendly brunch or dessert recipe.
Tomato Pumpkin Seed Pesto ToastsRecipe by Short Girl Tall Order →
If you’re lucky and there are fresh, ripe tomatoes at the store or farmer’s market right now, you definitely need to try these flavorful and super easy little toasts!
Choose the bread of your choice, add the homemade pesto and sliced tomatoes, then bake for around 20 minutes so the tomatoes begin to caramelize. These will be a hit at any brunch!
Let’s see how you can start off your vegan Easter dinner menu! The following appetizers can also be served as snacks or quick lunches.
They are also wonderful party food ideas! Find spring soups, Easter salads, dips and more below.
Green Spring SaladRecipe by Lazy Cat Kitchen →
If this gorgeous plate doesn’t scream “spring”, I don’t know what does!
New potatoes, peas, charred asparagus and mint are the stars of this humble vegan salad that you can serve with a simple mustard vinaigrette and top with toasted almonds for an extra special crunch.
Creamy Avocado & Edamame HummusRecipe by Eat With Clarity →
What would a proper vegan appetizer spread be without some hummus? This creamy and spring-appropriate green dip is made in under 10 minutes, low carb, gluten-free and really flavorful.
It’ll keep in the fridge for 5 days and can therefore be made in advance and in larger batches!
Lemon & Herb Roasted RadishesRecipe by Real + Vibrant →
Have you ever roasted radishes? Yeah, me neither. But don’t these just look so pretty and tasty? While raw radishes have a sharp, peppery taste and a crispy and crunchy texture, roasting them makes the radishes taste milder, juicier, and brings out their natural sweetness.
Their vibrant pink hue makes them a perfect and pretty addition to any Easter table.
Potato Vegetable CroquettesRecipe by Nutriciously →
These crispy potato and vegetable croquettes are the perfect finger food for the whole family!
Easy to make and very versatile, they are a crowd-pleasing appetizer and great for any dips from ketchup to cashew mayo, sour cream, French onion dip or even hummus.
Chilled Cucumber Avocado SoupRecipe by Drive Me Hungry →
This chilled vegan soup is great for spring and summer! Featuring fresh produce such as cucumber, avocado, parsley and a few other herbs, it’s vibrantly green and really creamy.
Made in a high-speed blender in under 10 minutes, you can top this chilled soup with cherry tomatoes, microgreens, seeds and some vegan yogurt.
Vegan Deviled Potato BitesRecipe by Crazy Vegan Kitchen →
One more eggy vegan recipe because hey, it’s Easter! These budget-friendly and easy deviled potato “egg” bites are a great appetizer or snack.
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. Definitely try them!
Sugar Snap Pea SaladRecipe by A Virtual Vegan →
Featuring my favorite crunchy legume, this fresh sugar snap pea salad is a delicious addition to any spring or summer gathering.
Make it in advance, bring it with you if you’re not the host, and have everyone take a bite of the zingy lemon, mustard and garlic vinaigrette! Don’t skip the fresh dill – it’s what makes this recipe so special.
Beet & Lentil CakesRecipe by It’s a Veg World After All →
Don’t these little cakes look so beautiful and tasty? Protein-packed with green lentils and pumpkin seeds, the oats make them very chewy and delicious — and each one is only 100 calories!
Created by a Registered Dietitian, you can be sure that this recipe really has your nutritional needs covered! Serve with a dollop of vegan yogurt.
Spring Greens Soup with Parsnip FriesRecipe by The Awesome Green →
How about a healthy and seasonal addition to your Easter dinner menu? This spring greens soup is bursting with antioxidants and essential nutrients while still offering a creamy texture thanks to the coconut milk.
With some parsnip fries on the side, it’s definitely something different – and who doesn’t love vibrantly green food during spring?
Vegan Basil Ricotta PinwheelsRecipe by Vegan Heaven →
Kids and adults alike really dig this colorful finger food! This easy and tasty crowd-pleaser can be prepared within 15 minutes, so you’ll have less stress if you run out of time right before your family gathering.
They are perfect for get-togethers and to bring to a party! These pinwheels are creamy, easy to customize and irresistible.
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These delicious main and side dishes make for a beautiful festive springtime-themed table!
From fresh, crunchy and light to creamy, warm comfort food, the following recipes will help you create a stunning Easter menu and also double as lunch ideas.
Creamy Vegan Mushroom RisottoRecipe by Nutriciously →
This satiating comfort food is the perfect spring meal! Featuring fresh veggies and herbs, it’s ridiculously creamy while still being low in fat.
This easy one-pot Italian classic can be served as a quick worknight dinner while also doubling as a main dish for Easter dinner that’ll satisfy any non-vegan.
Spring Vegetable Buddha BowlRecipe by Kara Lydon →
If you know us, you won’t be surprised that we added a beautiful nourishing bowl to this list – we wrote a whole eBook about plant-based bowls!
This spring veggie buddha bowl is packed with seasonal vegetables, tofu, and quinoa. It also comes with a minty creamy cashew dressing! What’s there not to love?
Hearty Chickpea MeatloafRecipe by Nutriciously →
This healthy vegan chickpea meatloaf is so easy to make with only 10 minutes of prep time and really crowd-pleasing!
Make this flavor- and protein-packed main during any holiday festivities for a meatless main with lots of seasonal side dishes.
Green Protein Pesto PastaRecipe by Nutriciously →
Would you believe this creamy pasta dish is actually low in fat and totally oil-free?
Featuring seasonal green veg such as asparagus, green peas and zucchini, this vegan pesto pasta is really nutrient-dense, high in fiber and plant-based protein (due to the secret ingredient in the pesto sauce!) Try it to see how amazing it is.
Lemon Pepper Cauliflower SteaksRecipe by My Darling Vegan →
Impress your guests with these baked cauliflower steaks during dinner! Tender and creamy, they are best topped with toasted pine nuts and fresh parsley.
Serve them with pasta (perhaps the lemon-garlic one-pot pasta below?) to create a satisfying main course!
Creamy One-Pot Garlic PastaRecipe by Yup It’s Vegan →
Looking for something really quick and easy yet super delicious to make for dinner? This one-pot fettuccine is irresistibly 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!
Spring Greens MinestroneRecipe by The Vegan Larder →
Make a large batch of this eas seasonal spring green minestrone featuring carrots, parsnips, rosemary and thyme.
Only around 30 minutes are needed to feed 6 people when you serve this soup with crusty bread and dips.
Spring Gnocchi in Arugula PestoRecipe by Well and Full →
Looking for a delicious Easter dinner that’ll take less than 20 minutes from start to finish? This spring gnocchi recipe is all you need.
Full of fresh herby flavors, easy to customize and featuring fresh veggies, it’s the perfect balance of ridiculously tasty and nutrient-rich.
Easy Vegan Potato SaladRecipe by Nutriciously →
Filling salads are the perfect main meals for springtime! This creamy potato salad is light, crunchy and oh-so-satisfying.
Complete with onion, dill pickles, parsley and a homemade cashew mayo, this is a perfect make-ahead vegan potluck or picnic recipe – but can also play the main role in your vegan Easter menu.
Green Quinoa Bowl with AsparagusRecipe by Green Evi →
This quinoa salad is a super nutritious and beautiful dinner, featuring crunchy greens and a satisfying fresh basil dressing.
Simple to make, highly shareable and absolutely delicious! This recipe isn’t just high in plant-based protein: it also packs a lot of veggies and delicious nutrients into one flavorful bowl.
Hemp Seed Crusted Roasted Tahini CauliflowerRecipe by Eating By Elaine →
The days when the centerpiece on your table had to be meat-based are definitely over!
This deliciously flavorful roasted whole cauliflower is so much prettier and healthier than traditional non-vegan Easter dinner choices. The combination of the cauliflower crust with the creamy green tahini sauce is just fantastic!
Vegan Spring Vegetable TartRecipe by Lovely Jubley →
This recipe calls for roasted spring vegetables, hummus, walnut pesto and flaky puff pastry. It makes for the perfect savory seasonal dish and it’s so quick to make!
Only 5 minutes of prep time and simple ingredients are needed for this crowd-pleaser.
Vegan Seitan HamRecipe by Veganosity →
Cooking for true meat-lovers? Make this maple-glazed vegan seitan ham! It’s salty, sweet, smoky, chewy and so delicious.
Serve with a side of roasted potatoes, asparagus, radishes or other seasonal vegetables.
Eggplant Ricotta RollatiniRecipe by Vegan Huggs →
Who doesn’t love Italian food? This light and veggie-rich lasagna recipe will really hit the spot for your family gathering this year. Easier than it looks and using just 10 ingredients, this comfort 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.
Lemony Asparagus Pasta SaladRecipe by Feasting At Home →
This tasty Easter dinner menu option 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.
Oven-Roasted Rainbow CarrotsRecipe by Veggie Inspired →
In our books, oven-roasted veggies are a must for every festive dinner! These rainbow carrots are roasted with maple syrup, tangy fresh orange juice, earthy cumin and herby thyme – a perfect combo to make these veggies tender and flavorful.
Don’t forget to top with crunchy toasted walnuts!
Spring Vegetable Pot PieRecipe by Euphoric Vegan →
How about a thick, creamy and comforting vegetable pot pie? Loaded with seasonal Spring produce and topped with flaky vegan puff pastry, this vegan Easter dinner is ready in about an hour — including clean-up time.
Bring on the asparagus, peas and wild garlic pesto!
Vegan Roast PotatoesRecipe by Vegan Punks →
You only need three ingredients to make these delicious vegan roast potatoes for a classic dinner side!
They turn out perfectly crispy and can be prepared in advance to make your Easter dinner a bit less stressful this year.
Fresh Edamame SaladRecipe by Greedy Gourmet →
If you’re looking for a vibrant and protein-packed side dish, make this 5-minute edamame salad! It looks beautiful, is full of flavor and is incredibly easy to prepare.
Everyone will love the bright colors once you place this salad on your table.
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Desserts & Treats
These cute treats offer a healthy twist on traditional Easter recipes!
No matter if you’re looking for no-bake treats or baked dessert deliciousness, our hand-selected vegan recipe ideas are loved by the whole family (especially kids) and double as Easter party food ideas.
Vanilla Fudge Chocolate EggsRecipe by My Goodness Kitchen →
No need to miss out on delicious chocolate eggs as a vegan! These vanilla fudge chocolate treats are so, so delicious.
The fudge is sweet and buttery while the chocolate is silky and rich — all made with vegan ingredients and no processed sugars!
Chocolate Bird NestsRecipe by Happy Healthy Mama →
Make these cute no-bake vegan chocolate bird nests for the kids this year!
They are healthy, quick and fun to make and require only 5 basic ingredients. Be sure to use vegan candy-coated almonds!
Vegan Lemon CookiesRecipe by The Cookie Dough Diaries →
These vegan lemon cookies are soft and buttery with a tangy lemon glaze. They are easy to make and all you need are 5 simple ingredients!
Ready to enjoy in under 30 minutes, these shortbread cookies are such crowd-pleasers for the whole family.
Giant Creme EggsRecipe by Addicted to Dates →
Make your own vegan Easter treats with this fantastic recipe! With simple ingredients like vegan chocolate, coconut milk, caster sugar and vanilla extract, you can create these giant creme eggs everyone will love.
Double or triple the recipe to make treats for the whole family!
Dark Chocolate Beetroot CakeRecipe by Quite Good Food →
This dense and fudgy chocolate cake with ganache and marzipan eggs is a show-stopping dessert both in terms of flavor and looks.
It’s surprisingly easy to put together, so delicious nobody would guess that it’s vegan and even gluten-free!
Healthy Carrot Cake SquaresRecipe by Nutriciously →
Our favorite way to eat veggies is as a delicious dessert! These vegan carrot cake squares are made with whole-grain flour, carrots, applesauce, flaxseeds, coconut sugar and all the cozy spices you can think if.
Topped with an easy homemade cashew frosting, it’s a healthy plant-based treat you can enjoy pretty much all year round!
Easter Egg CheesecakeRecipe by Baked by Chloe →
This vegan Easter egg cheesecake consists of a chocolate eggshell filled with a crumbly biscuit base and creamy cheesecake filling.
It’s such a cute no-bake dessert idea you can decorate to your liking!
Vegan Lemon Loaf CakeRecipe by Plant-Based on a Budget →
This one-bowl vegan lemon loaf cake is super moist, fluffy, tender and packed with sweet and tart lemon flavor.
It requires minimal prep time and only a handful of inexpensive ingredients to make!
Vegan Lemon Meringue PieRecipe by Pickles and Honey →
Believe it or not, this delicious Easter dessert calls for chickpea liquid! No eggs are required for this tart and sweet lemon pie, but you can still enjoy the fluffy texture of meringue.
This beautiful pie really makes for a stunning springtime “cannot believe this is vegan” dessert!
Naturally Colored Easter CookiesRecipe by Vegan Family Recipes →
Looking for a fun and delicious vegan Easter treat your kids can help make?
These naturally colored cookies are perfect for that. Using a simple vegan butter cookie base featuring whole wheat flour, you can dress them up with matcha, turmeric or beet juice-colored icing.
Peanut Butter Chocolate EggsRecipe by Feasting on Fruit →
For all things vegan treats, you need to check out Natalie’s blog. She creates the most delicious yet healthy goodness with simple ingredients – just like these peanut butter eggs with Medjool dates.
Naturally sweetened, these treats require just a couple of preparation steps and 4 main ingredients. Perfect for kids and grown-ups alike!
Strawberry Elderflower Scone CakeRecipe by Occasionally Eggs →
If this beauty doesn’t scream “spring” (in a good way), then I don’t know what does!
Flavored with seasonal elderflower blossoms and topped with fresh strawberries, this 40-minute dessert looks really fancy and will be a hit at every gathering. If you can’t find elderflower blossoms (can’t blame you!), just use some extra lemon zest.
Cinnamon Bunny CookiesRecipe by Unconventional Baker →
Easter means bunnies everywhere, right? This delicious gluten-free cookie recipe makes for a cute Easter-themed treat for kids – provided you have bunny-shaped cutters at home.
Little chocolate chips or dried currents can be used as eyeballs!
Almond Lemon Bird’s Nest CookiesRecipe by Veeg →
Have you ever seen any cookie more realistically named as bird’s nest? These chewy, gluten-free and wholesome treats don’t just feature cute and crunchy toppings but also come with a lemony hit and some nutty tahini.
The cookies are definitely cute enough to serve to kids and easy enough to whip up within 30 minutes!
Meringue Nests with StrawberriesRecipe by Wallflower Kitchen →
Another great creation using chickpea liquid as an egg white substitute!
These beautiful little meringue nests are served with fresh strawberries and coconut cream. They are gluten-free, soy-free and oh-so-sweet. Try this springtime dessert!
More Vegan Holiday Recipes
Want to make your other holidays vegan-friendly, too? We’ve got you covered — check out the following recipe collections.
- St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
- Vegan Christmas Dinner Recipes
- Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
- Vegan Valentine’s Recipes
- Vegan Mother’s Day Recipes
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Vegan Easter Platter
- 1 cup green hummus (246 g)
- 1 vegan cheese ball
- 1 cup tofu ranch (240 g)
- 1 cup broccoli florets (70 g)
- 4 stalks celery, cut into sticks
- 1 cup carrots, sliced (125 g)
- 1 cup radishes, sliced (115 g)
- 1 small cucumber, sliced
- 1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
- 8 asparagus spears, halved
- Vegan crackers or fresh baguette
- Make the vegan cheese ball around half a day before serving your Easter platter. Once it’s ready to serve, decorate the ball so it looks like a little bunny!
- Prepare the condiments by clicking on the vegan dips above.
- Wash and chop all of your fresh produce.
- Get a beautiful wooden board and start assembling your Easter platter!
- Start with the cheese ball and dips and arrange the veggies in a pretty pattern in the spaces between them.
- Add some vegan crackers, sticks or sliced baguette and serve!
- Find more tips about how to create a vegan appetizer platter here.
- You can prep this platter a couple of hours ahead of time and assemble it within 10 minutes before serving!
- Use any dips and veggies of your choice.
- Find 60+ more vegan Easter recipes in the article above!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 131Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 218mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 4gSugar: 4gProtein: 7g
Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated automatically, their accuracy is not guaranteed. Just focus on whole plant-based foods and eat until satiety!