10 Vegan Recipes You Should Try This Easter

Easter is coming! Why not celebrate it with some delicious plantbased foods. Here are 10 vegan recipes from some of my favourite chef, food bloggers and friends which you can try to make this season.

So, without further ado.


1. Curry and Coriander Scramble – The Kind Cook

Need something savoury for the Easter morning? If you never had scrambled Tofu, then it’s time to give this amazing breakfast dish a crack.

2. Turkish Rose Chocolate – The Fit Foodie

This one-bowl recipe is so simple and ready in under 40 minutes (including setting time) so you can kick back and enjoy a guilt-free substitute that’s sure to blow your {turkish} socks off.

3. Egg Free Sponge Cake – Sweets and Greens

An egg free sponge cake with a caramel flavour and only 6 ingredients really deserves to be made. If you include the icing and strawberries, then it has nine ingredients.

4. Vegan Cheese – Healthyeating Jo

Want some dairy-free cheese to entertain your guests? Check out this amazingly delicious vegan cheese recipe that is unbelievably easy to make.

5. Vegan Choc Chip Hot Cross Buns

Say no more.

6. Lentil Bolognese – Eager for Life

A delicious pasta recipe that is packed full of protein.  So easy to make that even a non-cook can make it.

7. Vegan Frittata

Let the chickens keep their eggs. Try this delicious egg-free yet egg-y frittata which is full of vegetables, fibre and protein.

Vegan Frittata

8. Chickpeas in Turmeric and Peanut Butter Curry – Vegan Richa

Try this easy chickpea curry which a twist. It uses the peanut butter or almond butter sauce with Indian spices, turmeric, red bell pepper, carrots, summer squash.

9. Vegan Bean Burger 

Vegan burger can be a hit and miss. But this burger has just the right texture and taste that rivals its meaty counterpart. Juicy, chewy and full of protein. Where do vegans get their protein you say? Have a bite of this.

10. Vegan Easter Egg – Jamie Oliver

Last but not least. Easter will not be complete without some mouth watering Easter Eggs. But rather go with the traditional Easter Eggs, why not try this refined sugar-free, vegan chocolate egg thats better for you and everyone.


Keren x

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