15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Really looking forward to spring! It’s my favorite season of the year and I love when the trees turn green again and the flowers start to bloom. I know there are people who really like winter, but I’m definitely not one of them! Can you believe it’s almost Easter?! Somehow I assumed it was in April and was quite surprised when I found out it was so early. But maybe I’m not the only one running late, so I’ve put together this last-minute roundup 15 delicious vegan Easter recipes for you.

As always, I spoke to some of my fellow favorite vegan bloggers and got you covered with vegan Easter cakes, snacks, breakfast and a couple of appetizers.

Vegan Easter cakes

Vegan coconut and blueberry panna cotta

Vegan coconut and blueberry panna cotta by Vegan Heaven

Before I became vegan, panna cotta with strawberry sauce was one of my favorite desserts (just after crème brûlée and tiramisu I think), but cream and jelly aren’t exactly vegan, right? Well, we’re in luck: it’s just as easy to make a vegan version! And it really is just as delicious, if not even better! You can prepare it the night before, so it’s ready for Easter Sunday.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Baskets of fruit eggs by Bianca from Elefantastic vegan

Wait a moment! This is a vegan roundup, why are there eggs? Don’t worry, I know they look extremely real but all you need are apricots, puff pastry and vanilla soy yogurt! This recipe couldn’t be simpler, and they’re perfect for Easter brunch or dessert.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Raw Chocolate Easter Egg Nests by Aimee from Plant-based cooking by Wallflower Girl

I can’t get over how cute they are!! They’re a slightly healthier take on the classic and are raw, vegan, and gluten-free. The other difference is that the mini eggs are made from raw marzipan instead of chocolate. They are ready in just 20 minutes!

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Cake with berries and coconut cream by Florian from Contentment Cooking

This vegan cake uses coconut yogurt along with coconut cream to create the base of the cream-like topping. Lots of fresh berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries) go on top. Oh, and don’t forget to sprinkle it with melted vegan white chocolate and coconut flakes. Delightful!

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Mini Vegan Strawberry Cheesecakes by Vegan Heaven

These mini cheesecakes are not only super delicious, they also prepare in less than 15 minutes. You don’t even have to worry about heating up the oven, whisking ingredients or greasing a baking sheet. All you need is a good food processor, almonds, dates, strawberries and cashews.

Maple Ginger Strawberry Tart by Alissa from Veggie Connoisseur

This decadent vegan strawberry shortcake is made with a double layer of rich vegan shortbread, stacked with coconut whipped cream and maple ginger marinated strawberries.

Vegan Easter breakfast and brunch

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Rawnola Carrot Cake by Natalie from Feast on fruit

Sweet cakey crumbles to nibble or sprinkle or devour any way you like. Put them on top of a bowl of something creamy (yogurt, ice cream, pudding) and it’s like an upside-down carrot cake: frosting on the bottom, cake on top.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Vegan cinnamon rolls with apples by Vegan Heaven

These vegan cinnamon rolls with spelled flour are perfect for breakfast or Easter brunch. I love cooking with cinnamon and these are my all time favorites. Easy and fast!15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Whole wheat bread with orange and cranberries by Emilia from Emilia eats

Emilie used fresh rather than dried blueberries for this breakfast bread. It’s super easy to make with a few simple ingredients you probably already have: white whole wheat flour, coconut sugar, cranberries, orange juice, coconut oil, applesauce, and almond milk.

Vegan Easter snacks

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Cinnamon cookies by Audrey from Unconventional baker

These Cinnamon Cookies are gluten free, vegan, and refined sugar free. These little bunnies will make your snacks so much more fun and I’m sure they’ll win little hearts all over the place.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

No-cook carrot energy balls by Vegan Heaven

What’s better for Easter than carrot cake?! To make these carrot energy balls, you only need 5 main ingredients: carrots (I used both orange and purple, but obviously one color is fine), almonds, dates, coconut flakes, and rolled oats. I also added a teaspoon of cinnamon and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract. They are vegan, super healthy, sweet, cinnamony and full of nutrients. And best of all they are free from sugar and artificial sweeteners.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Roasted Carrot White Bean Custard by Jenn from Vegetarian inspired trip

This simple carrot spread is super delicious with crunchy whole grain crackers and crunchy cucumbers. It’s also great on a sandwich, in a wrap, or as a dip for raw vegetable pita chips. Just perfect for an Easter snack!

Vegan Easter appetizers

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Saffron Sweet Potato Savoy Cabbage Soup from Sylwia of Vibrant Food Stories

This saffron, sweet potato and savoy cabbage is packed with flavor. I love its bright yellow color!

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Creamy avocado and chickpea salad of Ceara from Ceara’s kitchen

This creamy chickpea and avocado salad is high in protein and packed with crisp, crunchy summer greens. Makes the perfect full protein and veggie lunch or side dish for Easter! It’s ready in just 20 minutes.

15 delicious vegan Easter recipes

Spindles of Vegan “Ricotta” with Basil by Vegan Heaven

I guess it’s fair to say that these Vegan Basil Ricotta Pinwheels are a real crowd pleaser, not just among vegans but meat eaters as well. Because they can be made ahead of time, they’re perfect for parties or family gatherings, and also make for an easy and healthy lunch.

I hope you enjoy this roundup of 15 delicious vegan Easter recipes. They’re also great for spring in general!

Have a good week everyone!! xx

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