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10 Simple Vegan Easter Recipes You Must Try

Looking for a simple meal you can prepare at any time of day? Look no further than these easy vegan recipes. These recipes can be served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Let’s dig in!

  • Sesame Ginger Tofu and Veggie Stir-fry

This simple dish is made with tofu tossed in cornstarch, and then pan-fried in a little oil for that perfect crust.  Add any stir-fry vegetables of your choice, along with herbs like garlic for a tasty experience.

  • Rosemary Easter Sweet Bread Bun

Baked goods are popular during Easter, and that’s where the bread bun comes in. Prepared with vegan ingredients, this bread bun serves both as a sweet or savoury snack. It can be combined with raisins and rosemary. This sweet bread recipe is a spin on the traditional Tuscan version pan di ramerino. Check this link here for full ingredients.

  • Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl 

The recipe’s ingredients includes a variety of fresh vegetables. You can add spring salads, red or sweet bell peppers, roasted sweet potatoes, purple cabbage, quinoa, farro, brown rice, tempeh, cashews, curry sauce, including red Thai curry paste mixed with butter, and avocado. The nutritious meal is packed with protein and fiber. It can be prepared in just 30 minutes.

  • Herb Roasted Carrots

In just half an hour, you’ll be treating yourself to this meal faster than you thought. This delicious meal is made with chunks of carrots, mixed with herbs caramelized to your taste. It can be prepared in 30 minutes. It can’t get any easier than that. 

  • Mexican Quinoa Wraps

This simple recipe can be served on any occasion, be it lunch, dinner or a picnic snack. It can be prepared ahead of time with fresh ingredients like beans, cooked quinoa, and some vegetables, and of course, gluten-free tortilla wraps.

  • Springtime Pasta Salad

Springtime vegetables and pasta are the two basic ingredients required to make this recipe. You can use any vegetables of your choice such as tomatoes, sweet bell peppers, asparagus, and cucumbers. The salad can be served as a side dish for dinner or lunch. 

  • Roasted Asparagus with Cream Sauce

Asparagus is an all-time Easter and spring favourite. Roasted asparagus with cream sauce complement this recipe. You can prepare it by roasting the vegetables and serving them with dairy-free garlic cream sauce. Add black or red peppers if you prefer it spicy.  Yes, it’s that simple.

  • Jumbo Chickpea Pancake

This recipe has natural gluten-free and highly proteinous chickpea flour. It also contains fibre. As if this nutrient-fusion isn’t enough, it takes just about 10 minutes to make. The versatility of this recipe allows you to add a variety of ingredients  including avocado, hummus, salsa, red peppers, sauteed onions, mushrooms, and cashews. You can serve this delicious pancake for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 

  • Easy Mediterranean Tart

Use seasoned vegetables such as bell peppers, red onions, courgettes, garlics, and cherry tomatoes to make this flavourful tart. It can also serve as pizza topping or filling for various baked dishes. Plus, it can be served alongside vegetarian lasagne, or wraps with side dishes like salad, corn, and spicy potato wedges. 

  • Artichoke Tomato salad

This vegan Easter recipe is simply made of seasonal spring vegetables like artichokes, chickpeas, tomatoes, and onions. You can also include a variety of staples from your kitchen for an added burst of flavour. 

Gladys Christian | Staff  Writer

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