Hopefully, you will enjoy the holiday with your family and loved ones this Easter Sunday. We plan to celebrate Easter with family and my favorite vegan Easter recipes this year.
I love Easter because the weather starts to warm up, and we can enjoy the outdoors and a great meal. As a result, I hope you enjoy some of my vegan Easter recipes to help you to enjoy a happy vegan Easter.
Regardless if you live alone or your entire family surrounds you, please take time to enjoy a good meal.
Sometimes, our family chooses to have appetizers or tapas on Easter or other holidays. Instead of a sit-down dinner, we graze all day. So, here are my favorite vegan Easter appetizer recipes.
Hummus is one of my favorite appetizers; however, making it a little fancier and adding beautiful greens, quinoa, and fresh veggies makes it a fabulous dip.
Another way to enjoy hummus is to make a Greek layered dip with Mediterranean flavors!
Try making a vegan bruschetta board with various different toppings. Make ahead, or make a self-service bruschetta table for your guest to build their own bread creations.
Vegan baby portobello mushroom bites are easy to make, filling, and savory!
Regardless of how often I make vegan crockpot meatballs, they vanish in minutes.
These bite-sized savory vegan baked parmesan tomatoes melt in your mouth. Full of a mixture of vegan parmesan cheese, oil-free bread crumbs, and a few additional ingredients, these bite-sized treats are ready in 15 minutes or less.
I love grilled asparagus with mustard dill sauce. It's fresh and perfect for Easter.
White bean dip is savory and delicious and served with bread, crackers, or your favorite veggies. Cold or hot, this white bean dip is a hit.
Fried polenta is a beautiful appetizer the whole family loves!
A classic vegan spin on a popular dip, vegan spinach artichoke dip is fabulous with bread, crackers, or veggies.
Vegan Salad Recipes
As you know, I love salad; the more greens, the better. So, I generally have a bunch of my favorite salads for Easter!
For example, Creamy potato salad is one of my family's favorite salads, often requested.
Colorful and full of beans and veggies, everyone loves a flavorful bean salad for Easter dinner.
The combination of apples, grapes, walnuts, and veggies in a creamy sweet dressing is my favorite salad every holiday.
Vegan chicken salad combines chickpeas, vegetables, red grapes, and a tangy salad dressing for a wonderful Easter salad.
Everyone loves vegan caesar salad with crunchy croutons dressed in a tangy caesar dressing.
Although a grilled caesar salad requires grilling, it has very few ingredients, and it is exquisite to serve with your vegan Easter meal.
Vegan macaroni salad is full of veggies and dressed in a tangy, oil-free, creamy dressing. This salad is easy to make in 15 minutes or less, but it's also perfect as a side dish for any meal.
Israeli salad is a lettuce-free salad full of veggies and chickpeas.
This pasta salad contains asparagus, tomatoes, onions, parsley, and kalamata olives. It's light and tasty and perfect for Easter Sunday.
Welcome spring with this vegan pasta salad even has veggie pasta as a base. Not only is it colorful, but it tastes delicious.
Vegan Soups for Easter
Vegan carrot soup is the perfect soup to welcome spring! Served for Easter dinner or as a cup of soup with a tasty salad, carrot soup is creamy and delicious.
This creamy broccoli soup recipe is made with carrot, potato cheese sauce, and fresh broccoli. You won't believe how creamy and delicious this cheesy broccoli soup is.
In this tasty vegan minestrone recipe, noodles, beans, and many vegetables fill this tomato-based broth. This soup is perfect for any meal with beans and veggies in one delicious cup or bowl.
Potato chowder is a perfect way to begin Easter dinner with a chunky, savory potato soup recipe.
Pasta Fagioli Soup has everything you could ever want in a soup.... veggies, beans, pasta, and a delicious tomato broth.
This family favorite is so delicious you may need to double the recipe. And don't be surprised if someone asks for the recipe.
No matter the holiday, vegan meatloaf is always a winner! Make it ahead of time to make holiday prep easy.
Vegetable strudel is another make-ahead meal. I serve it with vegan mashed potatoes and gravy.
Everyone at my house loves pasta! And creamy, garlicky Fettuccine Alfredo is often requested at my home. Again, making the sauce ahead of time saves a lot of time.
Another family favorite, vegan lasagna, is a definite crowd-pleaser. So, if you want a GREAT family favorite, try vegan lasagna. I always make lasagna the day before and reheat it the day of my party.
Vegan white sauce lasagna is made with creamy bechamel sauce instead of tomato sauce. It is decadent and one of our favorite ways to enjoy lasagna.
Make an individual or one big vegan pot pie for the family to enjoy!
This vegan shepherd's pie is unique because the topping is scalloped potatoes instead of traditional mashed potatoes.
Vegan Side Dishes
From my family to yours, Happy Easter!
Hi! My name is Kathy, I am a retired high school English teacher & vegan enthusiast and blogger. My entire blog is fully plant-based vegan. I truly believe what we eat & how we live determines our health & the preservation of our planet! 🙂