Savor a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee with traditional hot cross buns, chai tea cake or make some fun bunny pancakes for the kids.
Fill your home with the aroma of freshly baked, fruity hot cross buns.See the Recipe
Easy to make hot cross buns using wholewheat spelt flour and vegan yogurt.See the Recipe
If you’re holding an Easter egg hunt there are a variety of vegan chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies available at local supermarkets, vegan grocery stores and online. Or if you’re feeling adventurous you can make your own Easter chocolates.
Add color to your Easter spread with any of these appetizing side dishes.
A herby potato salad with a delicious Dijon mustard and dill dressing.See the Recipe
A fresh and flavourful salad drizzled with a tahini maple dressing.See the Recipe
A nourishing soup made with simple ingredients and quite easy to prepare.See the Recipe
Full of fresh and vibrant flavors this pea soup will surely impress your guests.See the Recipe
Choose from the following mouth-watering dishes.
A traditional baked pasta dish made with thick spaghetti, juicy vegan mince and creamy béchamel sauce, a classic in Greek cuisine.See the Recipe
A hearty and satisfying shepherd's pie for all the family to enjoy.See the Recipe
No eggs needed to make this quiche! It's packed with goodness from the beetroot, red cabbage and tofu.See the Recipe
Deliciously meaty vegan balls made from walnuts covered in a rich tomato sauce. Serve with your favorite pasta.See the Recipe
Any of these flavorful desserts will please your family’s taste buds.
A beautifully elegant cake infused with Earl Grey tea.See the Recipe
These mini cakes are light and fluffy bursting with raspberry goodness and a dash of lemony flavor.See the Recipe
Happy Easter! We hope you enjoy these recipes for a benevolent Vegan Easy Easter celebration with your loved ones.