13 Amazing Vegan Recipes for Easter
Spring is here, see these 13 Amazing Vegan Recipes with Ideas for Easter. This year we have a beautiful Easter holiday and everybody is happy to see the first flower coming out, depending on where you live. 🙂 But everybody likes to start and decorate the house for Easter.
Vegans do not eat eggs, but there are many things for decorating the Easter table Egg-free 🙂 See here these amazing vegan Recipes, some really look like eggs. See the Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls they not only look amazing, but they also taste delicious.
The kids will love the Easter Almond Baby Chicks, they really look cute and decorative. A healthy alternative to the sugary things People buy. You can find your easter brunch and enjoy the Family gathering with Easter brunch and edible decorations.
Vegan Recipes you can make for Easter
1. Lemon Sugar Bunny Cookies
These are too cute! Recipe here.
2. Sun-Dried Tomato, Mushroom, and Spinach Tofu Quiche
Wow! This recipe looks divine!
3. Easter Almond Baby Chicks
These are adorable, and delicious!
4. Maple Glazed Holiday Roast
This recipe has all of the taste and none of the torture
5. Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls
Yum! Recipe here.
6. Devilish Potatoes
A classic. Get the recipe.
7. Spring Dirt Cups
So festive! Recipe.
8. Homemade Lindor Hazelnut Chocolate Truffles
Delectable. Get the recipe.
13 Amazing Vegan Recipes you can make for Easter
10. Broccolini White Bean Frittata
This recipe is amazing, and perfect for those avoiding soy.
11. Carrot Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting
Great any time of year! Recipe.
12. Classic Backyard Potato Salad
This recipe is easy to make and great for sharing!
13. Raw Vegan Hot Cross Buns
Yes, please! Recipe here
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