Easter is just around the corner, and you might not have started to think about what you want to make. We wanted to make it super simple for you this year, and have gathered a complete list of what you can make for a vegan Easter dinner from start to finish! All of these recipes can always be found if you download our Food Monster App!

Starters:

1. Potato Leek QuichePotato Leek Quiche

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Perfect as a start on the Easter dinner, or maybe even earlier as a breakfast? The recipe for this Potato Leek Quiche by Nele Liivlaid is filled with shredded potatoes, carrots, and leeks and then covering it with a creamy, cheesy sauce made from chickpea flour before baking in the oven.

2. Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta 

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A perfect little small treat before the big dinner, and with such entertaining and delicious flavors! The herbal coolness of the mint is perfectly paired with the sweetness of the peas. This Millet Flatbread With Sugar Snaps and Mint Cashew Ricotta recipe by Courtney West saves you a lot of time, and it tastes divine!

3. Autumn Maple Sage Acorn SquashAutumn Maple Sage Acorn Squash

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These are perfect for any occasion, and are the ultimate snack on the Easter table! Just look at the fresh color, sprinkled with savory spices to get just the right balance between sweet and savory. This Autumn Maple Sage Acorn Squash by Kristina Todini is a must-have!

4. Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing 

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A beautiful, colorful little dish that is warmed up by some turmeric! This Carrot Noodle Salad With Turmeric Dressing by Jesse Lane Lee will go fast on the dinner table, so be sure you make enough for everyone!

5. Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing 5Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing 

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Totally in love with the everything bagel? Well, here you have it – just in the salad version! This Everything Bagel Salad with Carrot Lox, Bagel Chips, and Cream Cheese Dressing by Real Food Really Fast uses a carrot as a stand-in for fish, with a smoky essence combined with the original sweetness!

Dinner:

1. Portobello Mushroom SteaksPortobello Mushroom Steaks

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This steak is sauteed with onions, balsamic vinegar, mirin, and herbs to make it juicy and irresistible! Make this Portobello Mushroom Steak by Kathleen Henry for the Easter dinner, and you simply can’t go wrong!

2. Cauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint PestoCauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint Pesto

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Protein-packed and herbed lentils take these Cauliflower Steaks With Pistachio Mint Pesto by Kristie Williams-Yowell to another level! The cauliflower steak itself is eared on the stovetop to develop a gorgeous golden-brown crust and then finished in the oven until they’re fork-tender. Be sure to dig in loads on this through Easter!

3. Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie 

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This dish is so simple to make, but it tastes comforting! This Mushroom and Celeriac Shepherd’s Pie by Rachel Carr is nutritious, high in dietary fiber and protein as well as many crucial vitamins and minerals.

4. Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction 

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In this recipe, the Seitan is cooked in deeply flavorful red wine reduction flavored with vegetables and juniper berries, then served with browned Italian onions. Sounds so tempting, right? Who wouldn’t love this Seitan Steak With Juniper In a Red Wine Reduction by Simona Malerba on the Easter table?

5. Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash 

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This dish has a touch of Europe, and the squash is cooked in a savory vegetable broth and mixed with meaty mushrooms, sweet corn, fresh garlic, and dairy-free sour cream. This Herby Millet and Mushroom Stuffed Squash by Lisa Dobler is baked in the oven with a delicious tomato sauce, and is one of a kind!

Dessert:

1. Choc-Chip Easter Buns Choc-Chip Easter Buns 

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This perfect Easter dish is packed with chocolate, which makes it so good and irresistible for everyone at the table! These Choc-Chip Easter Buns by Karen Kitto are sure to be a hit, so try them out!

2. Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake
Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake

Source: Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake

An incredibly beautiful and truly Easter-friendly cake! This Raw Coconut Flour Carrot Cake by Lisa Dobler is packed with carrots, has a cream coconut frosting both on the inside and on the top, and looks so impressive as well!

3. Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts 

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No need for cake on the table when you have these Healthy Carrot Cake Baked Doughnuts by Hayley Canning! These doughnuts are baked, which makes them even healthier than the normal ones, and they have no refined sugar and are also gluten-free! Win-win!

4. Raspberry Cream Cheese DanishRaspberry Cream Cheese Danish

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Believe it or not, this recipe has minimal ingredients! It’s perfect to pair with whatever fruit you may be craving at the moment. Everyone will love this Raspberry Cream Cheese Danish by Gabrielle St. Claire!

5. Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs 

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What is Easter without some classic chocolate eggs? All the kids (and adults) will love these Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Eggs by Amy Lyons, especially since they are filled with both hazelnut and chocolate! Smooth and velvety on the inside, and a chocolate shell on the outside – these will simply melt in your mouth!

Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer, and has many side effects.

For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend purchasing one of our many plant-based cookbooks or downloading the Food Monster App which has thousands of delicious recipes making it the largest vegan recipe resource to help reduce your environmental footprint, save animals and get healthy! And, while you are at it, we encourage you to also learn about the environmental and health benefits of a plant-based diet.

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