Kids might be the lucky ones who wake up to a basket full of treats and a chocolate egg hunt on Easter morning, but everyone gets to look forward to Easter dessert. After months of warm, cozy fall and winter flavors, just about everyone is ready to dig into something that’s lighter and more refreshing. And Easter is the perfect time to celebrate the flavors of spring with flavors like lemon, coconut, berries, and more. If you’re still working out your dinner plan, read 20 Beautiful Dishes For Your Easter Dinner. It has plenty of recipes that are perfect for the center of your holiday table. And to see desserts we’ve highlighted previous years, check out 7 Godly Easter Desserts Made Vegan and 25 Vegan Easter Treats That Will Have You Hoppin’ With Joy.
Deciding which dessert you’re going to make is gonna be difficult because this year we have 15 new desserts for you to try.
These sweet treats are the perfect way to decorate your plate this Easter. Each Coconut Chocolate Nest is filled with a creamy hazelnut mini eggs that are to die for. Let the Easter egg hunt begin!
You can never go wrong with the classics, like this yummy Pecan Carrot Cake! This decadent cake packs carrots, raisins, pecans, and that classic cinnamon flavor with rich cream cheese frosting. Perfect for any occasion or just because.
These colorful Strawberry Rose and Berry Lavender Tarts are perfect for easter. The base of these beautiful tarts are super nutty, filled with hints of coconut, cacao, and dates. The smooth, creamy filling is made from coconut oil blended with coconut oil and a dash of sweetener — and you get two flavors! A sweet strawberry rose filling and a dark, delicious blueberry lavender filling. They’re so easy to make, too!
Have you heard of the Whiskey Simnel Cake? It’s a sponge cake speckled with dried fruit that’s soaked in whiskey overnight, then covered with a layer of golden marzipan. Traditionally, this fruit cake is toasted to and eaten during the Easter in the United Kingdom and Ireland — it only has 11 marzipan balls on top to represent the 12 apostles, minus Judas. This cake does take some preparation and time, but if you like taking time to create something beautiful and traditional, this is definitely worth it.
This Raw Ice Cream Goddess Cake is almost too good to be eaten by us mear mortals … but since it’s here, you may as well. This ice cream goddess cake is made up of layer upon creamy layer of chocolate, blueberry and blackberry, raspberry, and vanilla ice cream. This is a definite treat yo’self type of dessert that’s perfect for any spring holiday.
Have you heard of Tsoureki? Tsoureki is popular Greek sweet bread that is made for holidays and enjoyed for breakfast. Traditionally, is made of flour, butter, eggs and is scented with ground mahleb, a type of cherry stone and mastic, a tree extract. It needs a lot of kneading and it takes hours to make it, but it is worth the effort It is so fluffy, yummy, and fragrant!
Everyone can agree that it’s not a celebration without dessert. This amazing Double Lemon Naked Cake is equal parts sweet and refreshing. Shredded coconut adds a fun twist to zesty lemon. Guaranteed to be a hit at Easter!
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Fluffy, moist Almond and Coconut Flour Sponge Cake, no egg whites or dairy required! Instead, this sponge cake is made with coconut flour, toasted almond oil, and the magical aquafaba (or liquid from a can of chickpeas). Use this sponge cake for some decadent cake creations, or enjoy a simple version with just a dusting of powdered sugar and plenty of fruit on top.
This Tiramisu Cake is so delicious you won’t be able to stop eating it. It’s two layers of feather-light ladyfinger cake smeared with a decadent vegan cream cheese frosting and finished off with a sprinkle of cocoa powder and homemade espresso syrup. This is the perfect dish to serve with coffee or after a tasty meal.
Cheesecake has a reputation for being notoriously hard to make. This refreshing Blackberry Lemon Lavender Cheesecake changes that, so you can get Easter dessert together without, stress-free! Simple and straightforward, this recipe is based on nuts and dates so you can indulge and stay healthy. Dates give this dessert a rich sweetness, while the blackberries and lemon balance it with fruity and citrusy flavors.
Sweden’s beloved cake gets a raw makeover! A Princess Cake is a Swedish dessert consisting of a layer of sponge cake, a layer of pastry cream or custard, and a thick layer of whipped cream all surrounded by a layer of green marzipan. This sponge cake in this raw version is light and fluffy, made from coconut and almond flour and is covered with sweet strawberry chia jam, a layer of vanilla custard, whipped coconut cream, and raw marzipan. It’s a real show-stopper of an Easter dessert!
This Pink Lemonade Cheesecake is the ultimate cheesecake for Easter — it’s bright, delicious, an so easy to make. It has notes of coconut and tart lemon and each individual slice is single-serving size, so it’s perfect for parties! They’re low in sugar and have a light, whipped texture, so even when the weather is warm, you can enjoy a slice of cheesecake and not feel weighed down.
The mille-feuille, also known as a Napoleon, is a decadent french dessert made from three layers of puff pastry layered with buttery pastry cream or sometimes, jam and whipped cream. This Raspberry Mille-Feuille layers the puff pastry with a rich lemon pastry cream and fresh raspberries, providing you with sweetness, tartness, and a flaky puff pastry in every bite. Its amazing presentation is finished off with a drizzle of dark chocolate and a light dusting of powdered sugar instead of the traditional fondant.
This Champagne Cake With Roasted Blueberries is perfect for celebrating! Not only is it gorgeous, but champagne is literally baked right into the spongy layers. It’s also studded with roasted blueberries and slathered in a creamy, vanilla-blueberry frosting. Yum!
These No-Bake Pastel Berry Bars are so adorable and delicate, people will be shocked that they require no baking at all! That’s right, simply blend the ingredients for each layer and set them in the refrigerator to firm up. Amazing presentation and easy-to-make – best of both worlds!
For even more delicious dessert ideas, check out our vegan Easter recipes page.
Lead image source: Raw Swedish Princess Cake