Tired of making the same old recipes year after year for Easter? Are you ready to revamp your brunch menu into options that are bursting with nutrition, creativity and deliciousness?! Well I rounded up some vegetarian and vegan delights for my Easter Recipe Roundup! Check em out and get your pen and paper out for your shopping list.
These little snacks are bursting with protein and are perfect for family parties with kiddies running around. You can hide these in plastic Easter eggs and your kids will love their after brunch snack!
I’m so glad I added this to my Easter recipe roundup! The perfect cold side dish is packed with Vitamin A and adds crunch and antioxidants to your Easter brunch. I could eat a whole bowl of this alone.
If you missed my Spaghetti Squash “pasta” recipe last week, this one is just as delicious. If you want to have a refined-carby free Easter brunch, you can substitute spaghetti squash for pasta and enjoy the similar texture and flavor. Plus, pesto makes everything taste amazing.
I’m dying to try these vegan chocolate truffles out myself. You can’t have an Easter recipe roundup without Easter egg desserts! If you have egg stands at home, these could also make great edible table decor.
I am such a sucker for cheese, it’s the one thing that I love to put on almost everything (one of my dirty secrets, so shh)! This side dish is perfect to accompany a plethora of Easter main dishes.
Asparagus is one of my favorite veggies that is in season now, so I will be sure to make countless meals with asparagus. This Orzo recipe would go great as your carb and the lemon zest is a perfect flavor for Easter!
We can’t forget our beans!! If you are making a totally vegetarian dinner, beans are a great addition to the menu to ensure that you are getting enough protein. I love green beans at this time of year, it’s an Easter recipe roundup staple!
I would totally make this orechhiette recipe as the main dish at my Easter brunch. A nice blend of carby goodness and veggies. Accompany this dish with your carrot and green bean side, and you have yourself an Easter meal!
The end all to end all, carrot cake is the one dessert I have once a year.. on Easter! I typically never think to order it when I’m out or make it at home, but it is simply an Easter tradition with my family. This paleo version will surely impress your house guests!