Easter vegan menu
Create a vegan feast this Easter, from breakfast to dessert – we've got vegan hot cross buns, roasted cabbage steaks, pulled jackfruit sliders and vegan eton mess
Looking for an impressive vegan menu for Easter Sunday? We've got you covered with these gorgeous recipes, including vegan french toast, roast savoy cabbage with orzo, fluffy vegan scones and much more.
For more Easter recipe inspiration, see our best ever Easter recipes, Easter dinner recipes, Easter baking ideas and Easter desserts, and make sure to use up any leftovers from Easter weekend with our best Easter leftovers recipes.
Looking for the best Easter gifts for friends and family on 9 April this year? We've picked out the best gift ideas to make sure that it's an Easter weekend to remember, from sweet and savoury hampers to chocolate treats, a bottle to bring to Easter lunch and Easter-themed kitchenware.
You could also treat friends or family to an afternoon tea with an Easter twist – check out these Easter table décor ideas for the best tableware to add to your celebrations.
36 vegan recipes for your Easter menu
Breakfast and brunch
Start Easter Sunday right with our plant-based twist on this popular Easter bake. Discover more of our vegan breakfast recipes.
A maple-cinnamon glaze helps the toast crisp up and caramelise to make this vegan french toast. Serve with coconut yogurt and berries for a fruity breakfast treat.
British tomatoes are used in this deconstructed version of 'pan con tomate', a Spanish breakfast staple. Make it for a healthy start to Easter festivities.
Avocado on toast is livened up with sesame seeds and spring onions for a hearty brunch. It's also a great way to use storecupboard staples, such as chickpeas and miso paste.
Treat yourself on Easter weekend to this moist vegan loaf, starring tea-infused dried fruit and malt extract. The malt adds an extra-nutty, caramel-like taste to this moreish treat.
For a vegan alternative to eggs, try our tofu scramble packed with smoked tofu, punchy chilli and pan-fried courgette.
Sunday lunch, dinner & sides
Level up your kitchen skills and impress your vegan friends with our alternative vegan centrepiece, packed with roasted red peppers, cooked beetroot and kale. Plus, we've made a vegan stuffing and glazed the pastry in Marmite to take this wellington to the next level.
Whole roast cauliflower with warm harissa hummus
Our whole roast cauliflower is a healthier vegan main, so you can enjoy it alongside a variety of vegan side dishes.
Put red cabbage to good use with these roasted steaks – the mint and chilli add a zingy flavour if you're after a lighter main or sharing side dish.
Char your green beans on a griddle pan and mix with a mustardy dressing to make this fresh, crunchy side.
Stuff aubergine with tomatoes and fragrant spices, then top with a crunchy sourdough mixture for an original vegan main.
Serve this large ragu platter for a hearty vegan main – it's packed with umami flavours and 'meaty' textures. You may make more ragu than you need, but it freezes well in portions.
Treat your vegan friends to this homemade spiced butternut pie made with vegan pie crust. It's also great the next day – leftovers are good for lunch with a dollop of mango chutney or extra harissa swirled into some coconut yogurt.
This wonderfully green risotto sings with fresh spring flavours – it's sprinkled with a little nutritional yeast in place of parmesan.
Packed with Mediterranean flavours, this plant-based paella will impress vegans and meat-eaters alike.
Replace chicken with sautéed tofu in this clever vegan twist on the classic dish, served with a white wine sauce and long-stemmed broccoli. This recipe is perfect for a simple family dinner to enjoy after Easter weekend.
Roast savoy cabbages are a fun and original vegan alternative to a classic roast. Choose harissa for a spicy kick or tomato pesto for a more rounded, umami flavour.
Use up all your vegetable peelings to make these epic vegan crisps, flavoured with a simple curry spice. A great nibble to serve with a round of drinks.
Pulled jackfruit is perfect for soaking up the lip-smacking vegan BBQ sauce – it's spicy, smoky and slightly sharp, with a deep, dark sweetness.
Homemade hummus is levelled up with a sprinkling of jewel-like pine nuts, raisins and olives.
Kick off your Easter meal with a plate of grilled veg. Serve with fresh focaccia and olives as part of a colourful vegan spread.
Leafy greens taste undeniably good in a crispy tempura batter, especially when dipped into a punchy ponzu sauce. Recreate for an impressive vegan Easter starter.
This creamy coconut and peanut aubergine curry is vegan, under 300 calories and ready in just 30 minutes, making it the perfect comforting meal for Easter Sunday lunch.
Desserts & baking
Recreate these soft, fluffy vegan scones as part of an Easter afternoon tea. Serve with a plant-based spread or coconut whipping cream and jam, if you like.
Discover more vegan baking ideas here.
Aquafaba helps make glossy, chewy meringues in this vegan twist on eton mess. Pair it with coconut yogurt and fresh berries.
We have more delicious vegan desserts for you to choose from.
You can still achieve a delicate, zingy vegan lemon cake without eggs, milk or butter. The key to that lemony tang is a good-quality lemon extract.
Silken tofu gives this vegan cheesecake its smooth and creamy texture. Use a good-quality dark chocolate for the filling and Oreos (yes, they're vegan!) for the base.
Bake a batch of these indulgent dark choc brownies and serve them with coffee for a sophisticated finish.
Classic vegan carrot cake
Friends and family will be hard-pressed to believe this carrot cake is vegan, featuring a surprising vegan ingredient that guarantees a moist sponge every time.
These chocolatey vegan morsels will disappear in minutes, thanks to the rich chocolate frosting.
Decent espresso powder is the key to this luxurious vegan chocolate sponge, sandwiched with butter-free chocolate 'buttercream'.
Silken tofu is the secret ingredient in this smooth and creamy mousse. It's just as indulgent as the classic version, so everyone at the table will love it, vegan or not!
Make a batch of rhubarb compote to pair with your dessert – it's flavoured with zesty orange and aromatic cardamom. It's also great dolloped on porridge and pancakes.
A few swaps turns classic lemon meringue pie into a sunny vegan pud, so everyone at the table can enjoy.
Pair a vegan dessert with our no-churn banana ice cream for the ultimate sweet ending to your Easter feast. Once you’re confident with the process, try experimenting with different flavours.
Cinnamon rolls get a vegan makeover with tahini, cardamom and dates providing a creamy twist. Best served with a hot cup of coffee.
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