Enjoy Easter or your spring celebration with one of these 25 plant-based vegan recipes that are sure to please even your pickiest eaters. I’ve got your Easter meal covered from soups to main dishes and even breakfast.
And, if they’re plant-based, you know they’ll be low in fat and sugar and good for your waistline and your heart. Yum! Make your celebration healthy, as well as happy. Enjoy these vegan Easter dishes!
25 Plant-Based Vegan Easter Recipes
This creamy and zesty dip is a perfect year-round addition to any party appetizer menu.
Impress your guests with an elegant and tasty vegan appetizer. Mushrooms stuffed with spinach artichoke dip that’s great for the holidays and made without dairy.
A plant-based vegan tagine is perfect for your holiday guests and full of nutritious vegetables, dried fruit, and Moroccan spices. It makes a beautiful presentation and can be served over your choice of grain.
Topped with a dollop of basil pesto, this dish is delish! Use store-bought cut-up butternut squash for an easy weekday dinner or an elegant dinner party.
Creamy, gooey vegan tetrazzini with peas, mushrooms, and noodles, spiked with white wine. You won’t miss the meat or dairy and this is a great recipe to serve to a crowd.
Here’s my healthy take on eating savory, dinner-inspired dishes for breakfast loaded with protein, Vegan Huevos Rancheros Casserole, and perfect to make ahead of time for a crowd.
For a quick and delicious addition to your holiday table, try these yummy vegan pancakes topped with your favorites like berries, nuts, maple syrup, and plant yogurt.
This tofu veggie scramble is an easy and delicious breakfast that’s fun to mix up with different vegetables. I like to use peppers and onions. Add a little turmeric for a beautiful yellow color.
These beautiful colors make a splash at any event. Add avocado to this simple, delicious salad for a nutrient-dense burst of flavors.
This chewy, crunchy barley bean salad with cauliflower rice is antioxidant super-charged with kale, nuts, and onion. Tangy, a tad sweet, and lovely for your Easter meal.
These sauteed greens are a breeze to make on your stovetop. A little chopping and a few ingredients like garlic and tamari or soy sauce are all it takes. It’s a great way to eat more greens!
This spring green soup is a delicate delight and a flavor bust with the addition of pesto. A quick and easy recipe that’s great for your Easter celebration or a weeknight meal.
Pump up your scalloped potatoes with this cabbage and potato version. A creamy sauce made with non-dairy milk, nutritional yeast, and a little mustard mixed in makes this dish ultra comforting and great for your holiday celebration.
This Green Bean Casserole is a healthier, dairy-free version, and as creamy and comforting as the original.
This deliciously easy recipe is great served to your holiday guests as well as for a yummy breakfast. Chia seeds plump up quickly in the fridge and are ready any time of the day.
Start your holiday with a nutritious and delicious vegan breakfast parfait. It’s quick and easy to make and looks beautiful, too.
This recipe is great for a snack or it’s elegant for dinner guests and so easy to put together. You’ll be out of the kitchen in a flash.
This baked apples with cashew cream recipe is super easy to make. The cinnamon and vanilla will fill your house with love.
Tender and moist and filled with goodness, these chocolate peanut butter brownies hit the spot when you’re guests are craving something sweet.
I hope you enjoy this variety of vegan Easter meals, and you can make your own vegan Easter menu. Be sure to add this to your plant-based family recipes!