Vegan Easter Recipes

Citrus-roasted tofu

To create delicious vegan Easter dinner recipes and menus (as well as desserts and treats, all of which also apply to vegetarian tastes), we need only to look to the fresh produce of early spring; light leafy greens, asparagus, beets, carrots, and bright, citrusy flavors. Easter, a holiday for both reflection and rejoicing, carries many connotations of renewal of life. Use these mix and match menu suggestions to create a memorable Easter feast for your family and friends. For lots more vegan Easter recipes and menus in book form, consult Vegan Holiday Kitchen.


Deviled tomatoes recipes

Deviled tomatoes


Creole Eggplant soup recipe

Creole Eggplant Soup


Spring greens salad with cucumbers and oranges

Orange and Cucumber Salad with Spring Greens


Roasted Seitan with Peppers and Mushrooms

Roasted Seitan, Peppers, and Portabellas


Hasselback Potatoes Cooked

Hasselback Potatoes



7 comments on “Vegan Easter Recipes

  1. VeganAUD

    Fantastic!!! Wish I could get an evite to enjoy all this :). But I am happily choosing a few to make for this Sabbath. Thank you.

  2. Alma Beats

    Wow! These look delicious! I wasn’t planning on making anything fancy yet this post may have me reevaluate. I can’t wait to try the Roasted Seitan, Peppers, and Portabellas.

  3. gail

    Kitniyot, (legumes) is a Hebrew word meaning legumes. During the Passover holiday, the word kitniyot takes on a broader meaning to include the category of foods that may not be eaten during Passover by Jews following traditional Ashkenazi laws and customs. Long-standing tradition in other communities and recent rulings have given support in certain cases for variation from this practice.

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