Vegan Easter treats let plant-based eaters enjoy the holiday. Easter is my absolute favorite holiday, I love all the pastel colors, renewal, hope, and uh, candy. But many traditional Easter treats and desserts have animal product ingredients (womp womp).
I’ve searched the internet to find the most delicious desserts-sans butter, milk, and eggs. If all else fails, remember—Oreos are vegan!
My Favorite Vegan Easter Dessert Recipes
- White Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs from Minimalist Baker: these yummy eggs require only 7 ingredients, takes only 45 minutes to prepare, and uses natural sweeteners
- Vegan Cheesecake Pudding with Blackberry Compote from Veggies Don’t Bite: creamy and tangy, your crew will love these fancy little desserts
- Mini Carrot Cake Bundts from Strength and Sunshine: nothing says Easter like carrot cake, especially in adorable mini bundt forms
- Cinnamon Bunny Cookies from Unconventional Baker: these cookies are so cute and rather healthy
- Vegan Chocolate Cream Eggs from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken: these eggs are raw, ultra-dark, and full of protein
- Vegan Coconut Macaroon Nest from Radiant Rachels: I’m not a big coconut fan, but if you are, you’ll love these
- Vegan Easter Lemon Sponge Cake from Wallflower Kitchen: nothing says spring like lemon flavored baked goods
- Vegan Easter Gift Basket: order this amazing vegan Easter gift basket if you don’t feel like baking
- Soft Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies from Where You Get Your Protein: I wasn’t kidding about the lemon
- 100(ish) Calorie Valentine’s Day Chocolate from Ish Mom (that’s me!): it says Valentines Day but they’ll work for Easter, too
- Gluten Free Thumbprint Cookies from Veggie Inspires: these cookies come in at a healthyish list of six ingredients, and the pop of colored icing is fun
- Vegan Strawberry Shortcake with Maple Ginger Strawberries from Connoisseurus Veg: this unusually prepared short cake will be a hit with the grown-ups at the gathering
- Jake the Milkless Easter Bunny from NoWhey! Foods: this Easter bunny is free of eight traditional food allergens