Matzah can be great. When Passover starts, many of us love to make vegan matzo brie, matzo toffee, and matzo ball soup! However, over the week, it can get a little boring. Don’t worry – we’re here to help! These vegan recipes are hametz-free and delicious! There are a few recipes for every meal of the day! Some ingredients will need to be kosher-certified, so make sure to look out for that.
Say goodbye to having matzah with every meal and hello to delicious, flavorful vegan Passover recipes!
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1. Silky Strawberry Avocado Smoothie
Delicious Silky Strawberry Avocado Smoothie by Nele Liivlaid with a creamy texture that is extremely easy to make requiring just 3 ingredients. No added sugars or other additives! This smoothie rocks because it takes only about 5 minutes of your time and you end up with simply divine flavor combinations!
2. Butternut Squash Hash Browns
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These Butternut Squash Hash Browns by Jackie Newgent are a colorful and scrumptious twist on hash browns. Butternut squash or any vibrant winter squash takes the place of potatoes and is cooked with crisp, colorful bell peppers and fresh scallions. This pairs perfectly with tofu scramble and toast for a hearty breakfast.
3. Pina Colada Chia Pudding
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The flavor combination of pineapple and coconut is so good, especially in this Pina Colada Chia Pudding by Kirsten Genton. It is extremely refreshing, especially in the summer heat, and tastes better the longer it sits. You might even want to try adding a little coconut or mango rum to these as a boozy treat.
4. Artichoke Pesto Zucchini Noodles
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These Artichoke Pesto Zucchini Noodles by Julie Zimmer is a simple, easy, and flavorful dish that can be served as a starter (entrée) or the main meal. Of course, you could make the same dish with pasta, but this healthy version is worth a try. It’s also a great way to get your kids to eat more vegetables. Bon appétit!
5. Roasted Cauliflower Soup
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Smooth, fluffy, light, and creamy without the dairy cream, this Roasted Cauliflower Soup by Julie Zimmer is world-class. As with other cruciferous vegetables, cauliflower is also a great source of antioxidants. If you can’t get yourself to eat it steamed, raw, or boiled, then think about roasting an entire head and turning it into a deliciously creamy soup, like this one!
6. Herbed Baked Sweet Potato Nourish Bowl
7. Chocolate-Covered Stuffed Dates
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Chewy dates, stuffed with creamy nut butter, coated in chocolate, and sprinkled with sea salt. Are you drooling yet? These Chocolate-Covered Stuffed Dates by Tara Sunshine are so freakin yummy. Bonus is that they are super easy to make, free of refined sugar, and suitable for vegan, gluten-free, and paleo diets. Doesn’t get much better than that.
8. Cacao Mousse and Raspberry Parfaits
Light in texture and heavy on flavor…rich and chocolatey! Small portions of these Cacao Mousse and Raspberry Parfaits by Crissy Cavanaugh are enough to tackle any sweet tooth. I layered it with juicy raspberries, but use any of your favorite berries!
9. Caramel Apple Nice Cream Sundae
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In this decadent Caramel Apple Nice Cream Sundae by Larice Feuerstein, the apples are blended with the bananas for a fresh apple-flavored frozen dessert that is as yummy as it is unexpected. It’s then layered with warm homemade caramel sauce and chopped peanuts, for a delicious treat that tastes just like biting into a caramel apple. You could even make this a decadent breakfast by adding fresh chopped apples and homemade granola.
10. Raw Raspberry Slice
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This Raw Raspberry Slice recipe by Sienna Formosa is simply one of the best desserts yet! They are made up of three layers: the first layer is a chewy, gooey nutty base, the second layer is smooth and creamy and the top layer is rich and zesty. They are so easy to make and all you need to do is pop them in the freezer until you are ready. You would never believe they are vegan, refined sugar-free, and gluten-free! Vanilla extract is often processed with alcohol (which is fermented), so you may want to leave that out.
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