I love hearing all about the foods people eat on every holiday and how they vary from family to family and throughout different cultures. I also think it’s cool to hear if people stick to the same classic dishes for each holiday or like to mix things up. If you’re in the party that likes to mix things up, I’ve got some vegetarian Easter recipes inspiration for you right here! These are some of my favorite dishes for this time of year and this holiday, and I hope you love them as much as I do.
(Oh—and if you’re looking for Easter brunch recipes specifically, you’ll find those right here.)
Vegetarian Easter Recipes Roundup
These babies are packed with some of the freshest flavors for spring! They’re a great idea for Easter brunch or lunch, or you can even serve them as an appetizer or side dish with Easter dinner!
Put those leftover mashed potatoes from Easter dinner to work and create these luscious potato patties packed with cheese and onion. Topped with a dollop of sour cream, they’re literally the perfect treat for any time of day.
This is one of my go-to appetizer recipes for literally any occasion. But the fresh dill and bright green cucumbers make them especially suiting for Easter!
Another go to recipe for any occasion! This baked goat cheese dip can be served with all kinds of crackers, bread, or veggies. It’s the perfect thing to munch on while you wait for Easter dinner!
Is stuffing usually part of your Easter dinner menu? If not, it’s time to give it a try! This one is made with apples, celery, and cranberries…no turkey required!
Are you team mashed potatoes or scalloped for Easter dinner? According to a poll I did on Instagram, scalloped won out big time. But I absolutely guarantee if you go with this recipe, you’ll be glad to see mashed potatoes on your Easter dinner plate!
And if you do go with scalloped or au gratin potatoes, let this be the recipe you use! It’s basically like ultra rich and creamy mac and cheese sauce except it’s on potatoes instead of noodles. What’s not to love?
Whether you’re looking for something sweet after Easter dinner or on Easter morning, I highly recommend giving this a try! It’s soooo moist and fresh, and the combination of mascarpone, lemon, and raspberry is to die for!
Snack on these all day or have them for Easter dessert…no matter what, you’ll love them! They’re perfectly rich without being too sweet. The combination of raspberry and pistachios with a buttery crust is a nice surprise and I think as soon as you try these they’ll be a new favorite!
Okay, so these are some of MY favorite vegetarian Easter recipes but now I want to hear from YOU! What are your go-to recipes for this season or holiday? Comment below and let me know!