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11 Indulgent Vegan Easter Recipes

Spring is upon us! It’s nearly time for longer, warmer days, pottering around the garden, picnics, and of course, Easter! There’s likely to be lots of newbies celebrating a vegan Easter this year, which means lots more people looking for plant-based recipes, advice and tips.

Celebrating holidays as a vegan isn’t as difficult as you might think. Supermarkets and online stores are now havens for plant-based foods, and the cooking possibilities are practically endless. So whether you’re a master chef or a keen beginner, keep on reading for some inspiration for your 2021 vegan Easter dishes!

Tempeh Turkey

By: Better Nature

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

Tempeh has been rising in popularity due to its versatility, meaty texture and nutritional value. So if you’re a certified fan of natural plant-based meat replacements in your vegan meals, then tempeh is the way to go. It’s pretty low maintenance, too, especially if you purchase it pre-made from brands like Better Nature. All you have to do is marinate, and then they’re ready to roast in the oven! Recipe here.

Yorkshire Puddings

By: CRACKD

Cooking Method: Cooking

Difficulty: Beginner

Easter wouldn’t be complete without a crispy, fluffy batch of yorkies! What was once seen as a tricky dish to veganize is now easy thanks to products like CRACKD. The egg replacement mimics the functions of an egg for you, so you don’t have to worry about them not rising! Recipe here.

Jackfruit Pot Roast

By: Bonsan 

Cooking Method: Cooking, Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

The highlight of Easter Sunday might very well be the hearty lunch. So if you’re looking for something super rich and heartwarming, then look no further than this Jackfruit Pot Roast! It has everything a good vegan pot roast needs, from red wine to Worcester sauce to make it extra flavoursome. Recipe here.

Heura With Pumpkin And Raisins

By: Heura Foods

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

If meaty textures are your thing, then let me point you in the direction of Heura; this is a quick and simple recipe (made in less than 30 minutes) that makes for a flavoursome and nourishing side dish. Recipe here.

Mediterranean Vegetable Tart Quiche

By: CRACKD

Cooking Method: Cooking

Difficulty: Beginner

Easter meals are all about filling your dinner table with vibrant, seasonal dishes that are fit for a king and queen! So if you’re aiming to go all out this Easter and impress the whole family, allow me to recommend this vegan quiche masterpiece. By using the magical CRACKD egg replacement, you can whip up this super cheesy, flavoursome quiche/tart that’s bursting with delicious veggies. Recipe here.

Cupcakes With Almond Creme Frosting

By: Bonsan 

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

A simple cupcake recipe is necessary for every occasion, whether it’s a birthday or Easter! If you’re new to vegan food and baking, this is a great recipe to introduce you to it. It’s easy, delicious and only requires a few simple ingredients. Who said you need eggs and dairy to make light and fluffy cakes?! Recipe here.

Brioche

By: OGGS

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

French Brioche bread is known for its high egg and butter content, which gives it a rich flavour, so it can sometimes be a struggle to find a really good vegan-friendly version. Fortunately, you can always make it at home instead! Using OGGS’ aquafaba as an egg-replacement and a little patience, this vegan-friendly version will taste just like the real thing. Recipe here.

Carrot Cake Muffins

By: SweetFreedomUK

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

You can’t have Easter without Carrot Cake! If you’re feeling a little experimental this year, enjoy your carrot cake in muffin-form, because why not?

Recipe here.

Strawberry Frazier

By: Rhythm108

Cooking Method: Other

Difficulty: Advanced

For the keen bakers who are up for a challenge and want to create something impressive this Easter, this is the recipe for you. It takes roughly 2 hours of preparation time, but your efforts will undoubtedly pay off in the end. This Strawberry Frazier is made with a light génoise sponge, fresh strawberries and a creamy vanilla mousseline filling - delicious! Recipe here.

Easy Cheesecake

By: Biona Organic

Cooking Method: Other

Difficulty: Beginner

This cheesecake might just be the easiest showstopper you ever come across. The cashews make up the bulk of this recipe, which means it’s incredibly creamy (just as a cheesecake should be), and the pistachio and lemon topping gives it a burst of bold, fresh flavour. Recipe here.

Gluten-Free Salted Chocolate Tart

By: The Little Blog of Vegan

Cooking Method: Baking

Difficulty: Intermediate

This recipe is for those mellow Sundays spent indoors when you want to relax and conjure up something decadent in the kitchen. The tart takes roughly 6 hours in total because it needs to rest in the fridge, but the preparation time shouldn’t take too long at all. This one is seriously a chocoholics dream! Recipe here.

1 Mar 2021
Jenny Edwards

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