Vegan Easter Recipes & Passover Recipes including “Deviled Eggs” and Matzo Ball Soup

Would you like to enjoy Easter and/or Passover with vegan versions of traditional holiday favorites?
If so, these resources and recipes will be a blessing for you.

Vegan Holiday Recipe Resources

  • Whole Foods is a great resource. Their website has an array of recipe sections including dairy-free recipes for holiday faves. Click the link and then select "advanced search" to the right of the orange search button. You can select options such as "gluten free" and vegan and vegetarian as well as many other special options such as "Easter" "Passover" and "Spring".
  • Vegkitchen Seder & Passover Menus includes over fifteen recipes as well as additional information about how to make your meals have a traditional look and flavor of Passover.
  • ChoosingVeg has hundreds of vegan recipes to choose from.
  • Chef Chloe's Recipe Collection includes many festive vegan dishes, including Chocolate Pumpkin Bread Pudding, Thin Mints and Raspberry Tiramisu Cupcakes.
  • TreeHugger has a diverse collection of easy vegetarian recipes.
  • The Kind Life, Alica Silverstone's blog, contains a large selection of vegan recipes, each one letting you know the cooking time and preparation time in the recipe listing so you can choose to make what you have time to prepare.

Classic Vegan Potato Gratin

This recipe comes from the Gluten-Free Vegan Girl. Her “Vegan White “Cheese” Sauce” calls for three tablespoons cornstarch. I recommend using three tablespoons arrowroot powder or four and a half teaspoons agar agar.
Vegan Gratin

Roasted Asparagus with Sliced Almonds

Roasted Asparagus
This easy recipe is great for spring holidays. To prevent bringing the oil over its smoke-point temperature, I recommend using coconut oil instead of olive oil. You may also opt to steam the asparagus and only add the olive oil after it is cooked, but that option will not have that delicious roasted flavor.

Vegan Matzo Ball Soup With Spring Vegetables

This Matzo Ball Soup recipe uses quinoa as the Matzo-ball base. It’s soy-free, gluten-free and a surprisingly simple recipe to make.
Vegan Matzo Ball Soup

Vegan Deviled “Eggs”

Vegan Deviled Eggs
This astonishing recipe truly makes vegan deviled “eggs” possible! Using squash to substitute the egg-white and a clever combination of nuts and spices to get the filling, this recipe is sure to delight and surprise any gathering.

Apple & Date Haroset

This simple recipe calls for wine. If you don’t drink, you can use grapefruit juice, pineapple juice or grape juice instead.
Apple Haroset
Share these recipes with family and friends. There is no reason they won't like them just because they're lacking in meat and diary. If anyone gets testy about your food choices, just smile and tell them you enjoy eating the way you do because it makes you feel good. It's hard to argue with a smiling face and delicious food.
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Do you have vegan recipes or links to vegan recipes that would be great for this upcoming holiday? If so, comment below.

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