Your first plant-based Easter? You may be wondering just what the heck an Easter brunch or dinner looks like now that your grandmother’s braised lamb or ham roast is off the menu. Fear not! Whether you're hosting brunch or dinner, we’ve got some delicious (and nutritious!) whole food plant-based Easter menu ideas that will have even your omnivore relatives asking for seconds.
Plant-Based Easter Brunch Menu
Whether you're trying to ease off caffeine or satiate that latte craving (without suffering sugar spikes and dairy bloat), this turmeric latte is the perfect dairy-free beverage to kickstart your Easter brunch.
Having a casual plant-based Easter brunch? Make a big batch of these vegan oatmeal muffins the day ahead to have on hand for guests.
You don’t need eggs to have a delicious savory brunch spread. This plant-based chickpea scramble isn’t just savory and tasty, it’s versatile. Enjoy avocado toast, toss in a burrito, or enjoy as a breakfast taco. The possibilities are endless.
Looking for something sweet to add to your plant-based Easter menu? Whip up some blueberry lemon French toast - hold the eggs. A vegan brunch staple that’s guaranteed to please all ages in your group.
Plant-Based Easter Dinner
Plant-Based Stuffed Mushrooms
Having a multi-course plant-based Easter dinner? You’re going to want to start with these pesto stuffed mushrooms. No dairy, tons of flavor…your guests will never even know they are vegan.
Wow your Easter diners with a delicious spring salad - tossed with this super easy creamy garlic oil-free dressing. You’ll never get store-bought salad again.
Plant-Based Carrot Orange Soup
Whip up this 10-ingredient plant-based carrot soup in your high-speed blender and then heat over the stove for a delicious velvety Easter dish.
Vegan Stuffed Acorn Squash
You don’t need ham or lamb to be full and happy on Easter. See up this stuffed acorn squash as the main event. Hearty, savory, and a healthy alternative to the classic Easter roasts many of us grew up with.
Finally, you’ve got to have something sweet to top off your plant-based Easter menu. This raspberry lime chia jello isn’t just easy — it’s delicious and refreshing. The ultimate spring treat.
Words by Ali Brown
Ali is a nutrition and lifestyle writer and editor, with a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.
Recipes by The MamaSezz Team