Kick off your Easter feast with a burst of freshness courtesy of this vibrant green soup, brimming with the wholesome trio of leeks, peas, and watercress. Not only is it a tantalising treat for your taste buds, but it’s also low in both calories and fat. With this nutritious starter, you’ll have plenty of space to relish every course that follows.
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Treat yourself and your guests to a Moroccan-style vegan platter that’s both wholesome and inviting. Packed with plant-based goodness, this dish is brimming with fibre and gluten free. Savour the delightful combination of garlic-fried aubergine, beetroot and tomatoes with a creamy broad bean dip and flatbreads.
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Try this warming, aromatic spicy roasted parsnip soup for another light starter. It’s a great make-ahead option as it is freezable, so you can simply cook it from frozen when your guests arrive.
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Elevate mushrooms on toast beyond the realm of breakfast with this versatile and sophisticated starter. Enhance their natural umami flavour by garnishing them with fragrant thyme sprigs and garlic. Utilising the air-fryer ensures they achieve a delightful golden crispiness, adding crunch to each bite.
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Make our griddled leeks with hazelnut dressing if you’re out to impress. Their light, citrussy flavour makes for a simple starter to whet the appetite.
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Craft a vegan rendition of beef bourguignon, harnessing the magic of beetroot as the star ingredient. Roast the vegetables to perfection, infusing them with a delightful charred flavour which complements beetroot’s natural sweetness.
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7. Vegan pie
Prepare a spectacular vegan rainbow-layered pie featuring vibrant beetroot, sweet potato, chard and celeriac, destined to steal the spotlight as the centrepiece of your table. This pie boasts layers of colourful goodness encased in a homemade vegan pastry, lovingly made with coconut oil, spelt flour and almond milk.
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Beetroot seems to be a recurring star player for these vegan recipes, but who doesn’t love beetroot? This beetroot & red onion tart stands out as a stunning centrepiece, boasting the rich earthiness of beetroot perfectly complemented by the sweet notes of red onion.
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Delight in the hearty goodness of this vegan shepherd’s pie, featuring a flavourful blend of porcini mushrooms, leeks, carrots and butternut squash, all topped with crispy potatoes. Not only is it a comforting classic, but it is also low in calories and fat, offering a satisfying and wholesome meal without compromise.
Tuck into a creamy mac ‘n’ cheese, shepherd’s pie curry or another of our vegan comfort food recipes.
Transport your taste buds to the Middle East with our tantalising veggie harissa cauliflower pilaf, where a symphony of flavours awaits with a captivating blend of fruits, nuts and spices. Oven-baked to perfection, not only does it ensure fluffy rice, but also spares you from the hassle of extra washing up.
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Try something new with your Easter roast this year with these garlic & rosemary hasselback potatoes. You’d never guess these potatoes can be prepared in only two steps based on their taste.
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Make this flavourful pan-roasted kale with just three ingredients. Not only can it be on the table in under 15 minutes, but it also has numerous health benefits. Read our helpful guide on the health benefits of kale.
13. Allotment salad
Celebrate the vibrant flavours of the new season with a refreshing salad dressed in a zesty French-style dressing featuring crisp asparagus and radishes. This delightful dish makes for a healthy and gluten-free side and a versatile addition to any gathering, whether it’s a sunny Easter barbecue or an elegant sit-down roast. Its fresh and invigorating taste is sure to brighten any table.
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Discover the secret to enhancing the fresh flavour of cucumbers: a gentle warming that unlocks their natural vibrancy. For the perfect finishing touch, simply add a sprinkle of fresh dill and parsley, along with a squeeze of lemon, to elevate this side dish to perfection.
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Add a burst of vibrant green goodness to your Easter roast with this delectable side dish that makes the most of spring asparagus.
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Treat your Easter guests to a crowd-pleasing vegan cookies & cream cake, generously serving up to 16 people. White wine vinegar helps to keep the sponge moist.
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Make a vegan-friendly version of a classic simnel cake this Easter so everyone can enjoy a treat. Use a kitchen blowtorch to achieve that signature burnished look on the marzipan easily.
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Make this indulgent carrot cake with coconut and cashew icing and top it with walnuts and edible flowers. No one will be able to resist a slice.
Try one of our carrot cake recipes, perfect for if you’re hosting a coffee morning, afternoon tea or just fancy a sweet treat.
Savour the decadence of this vegan fudge cake, where creamy avocado cleverly replaces butter for a rich and luscious texture. Not only is it entirely vegan, but it’s also free from both wheat and nuts, making it a delightful dessert option that caters to various dietary preferences and restrictions.
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Celebrate the seasonal abundance of rhubarb with our cosy vegan bake. Instead of eggs, we’ve incorporated hydrated flax seeds as the binding agent. As for the custard, we’ve chosen a delicious soy-based option, though feel free to substitute it with your preferred plant-based alternative.
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