5 Vegan Easter Recipes

Create the perfect holiday spread with these vegan Easter recipes

Scrabble letters spell out Easter and are accompanied by a piece of yellow baby's breath
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Whether this is your first Easter being vegan or you’re a seasoned plant-based eater, these five vegan Easter recipes are all you’ll need for the perfect holiday spread! From vibrant salads to indulgent meaty spreads, there’s something for everyone here.

1. Asparagus Salad

Not only is this asparagus salad by Vegan Heaven super easy to make, but it is the perfect recipe to welcome in the spring season! Packed with cherry tomatoes, vegan feta cheese and pine nuts, this simple salad is full of flavor.

A white dish full of bright green asparagus and cherry tomatoes with a wooden spoon and white and blue striped kitchen towel
Image Credit: Vegan Heaven

2. Deviled “Eggs”

These vegan deviled “eggs” by Skye Michael Conroy are not the easiest recipe out there. But they are remarkably similar to chicken eggs in taste and texture and will be sure to amaze your guests!

These bite-sized finger foods are ideal for family get-togethers during the spring season, and the magic ingredient is Kala namak (Himalayan black salt) which provides that familiar egg-like taste.

A platter of vegan egg halves with perfectly piped yellow deviled yolks
Image Credit: Skye Michael Conroy

3. Spinach Artichoke Cups

These spinach artichoke cups by Vegan Huggs are the perfect finger food for any occasion. But the phyllo shell brings the perfect airy crunch to your Easter spread.

Phyllo pastry shells stuffed with melty spinach and artichoke mixture
Image Credit: Vegan Huggs

4. Vegan Ham

This juicy, chewy vegan ham recipe by the Cheeky Chickpea is another one that takes a bit of work. But the end result is totally worth it. Made with tofu and seitan and topped with a maple mustard glaze, it’s the perfect Easter entrée.

A close-up of a half sliced vegan ham
Image Credit: The Cheeky Chickpea

5. Carrot Cake

What would an Easter meal be without a dessert? And how could we suggest anything other than this classic carrot cake by Sue Daniels? Moist and decadent, this cake will surely have you coming back for seconds!

A moist carrot cake topped with vegan cream cheese frosting and walnuts
Image Credit: Sue Daniels

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