Easter may be a time for painting eggs and hunting the elusive Easter bunny, but even vegans can enjoy the fun with these eggless recipes that can make any Easter potluck party a healthy and cruelty-free one.
Are you transitioning to a vegan lifestyle but don’t want to miss out of the colourful egg surprises the Easter Bunny will leave? These recipes will allow you to celebrate a cruelty-free Easter egg hunt and enjoy some delightful potluck parties without using a single egg.
Easter Must-Have Recipes
Raw Vegan Chocolate Easter Eggs
Eating Vibrantly didn’t harm any hens or bunnies to make any of these delicious raw chocolate eggs, we’re pretty sure some adults will also join the hunt to fill their Easter baskets with these vegan easter eggs.
Vegan Easter Peeps
Love them or hate them, peeps are a kid-pleaser at Easter parties. Try these vegan peeps by Fork and Beans that contain not a peep of egg in them.
Vegan Seder Recipes
For those who observed Passover instead of Easter, here are vegan versions of Seder recipes from the Veg Kitchen that are healthy and use the freshest Spring time ingredients.
Basic Eggless Egg Recipes
Tofu is the main ingredient to these eggless scrambled eggs, but Blissful Basil shares the secret to this recipe is the turmeric to give it the yellow hue of egg yolk, and Kala nemak – a black salt which already tastes like eggs.
Vegan Hard Boiled Eggs
You read that right! We’re Elated to share that you can make vegan hard-boiled eggs without using real eggs!
Egg-Free Easter Potluck Ideas
Start off your day with a tower of egg and dairy free pancakes by The Buddhist Chef topped with your favourite fruit and maple syrup.
Cucumber Eggy Mint Bites
Skip the deviled eggs and bite into these heavenly, cool cucumber appetizers topped with savoury hummus. Vegan Richa swears that you won’t believe there’s not have a trace of egg in it!
Sun Dried Tomato and Spinach Tofu Quiche
This savoury quiche recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and refined-sugar free too! Oh, She Glows says it’s perfect for an egg-less Easter lunch.
Vegan Vanilla Cake
Any cake can be made vegan with smart substitutions like applesauce, bananas, olive oil, or even the juice from canned chick peas as egg replacements. We particularly like this light, vegan vanilla cake by Loving it Vegan that would be perfect on an Easter spread.
Vegan Portuguese Custard Tarts
Portuguee Custard tarts are a favourite in Hong Kong and all over Asia all year round. Try your hand at baking these eggless custard tarts from Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen that also happen to be gluten-free.