|Whether you're getting ready to host a vegan Easter brunch or a Passover Seder and you've got family to impress, or you don't have a religious practice but want to take any opportunity to make a nice special meal, boy, have we got the dishes for you!
Finding Vegan found some recipes for us so we can focus on hiding vegan candy-filled, reusable plastic Easter eggs in the garden or hiding matzoh in Uncle Ira's closet for the kiddies.
Vegan Ham with Yam Cracklins
Gluten-free Vegan Quiche
Spring Fiesta Salad
Chocolate Covered Cheesecake Easter Ovoids
Chocolate Peanut Butter Matzoh
Toasted Coconut Macaroons from the Delectably Free blog
Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone's Seitan Bourguiognon Recipe from the Martha Stewart Show might make a nice Easter main dish.
Pinch of Chutzpah Matzo Ball Soup from Meet the Shannons
(Note that this soup contains tofu, which comes from soybeans, which aren't kosher for Passover in the Ashkenazi tradition. Rice is also considered "kitniyot" and is a no-no. The kitniyot issue is illuminated here. Ashkenazi vegans can also choose to go the Sephardic route for their seder, which allows tofu, beans and rice.)
Roasted Spring Vegetable Scramble from Chloe Coscarelli's Easter Brunch Menu
Chocolate Happy Bunny from Pangea
Sjaak's Easter Organic Vegan Truffle Assortment from Vegan Essentials