Have a Vegan Easter with a Hotel Chocolat #GIVEAWAY and 22 Recipes for Easter and Spring

 

Have a #Vegan Easter with a Hotel Chocolat #GIVEAWAY and 22 Recipes for #Easter and Spring

Whether you love to indulge in chocolate bliss over Easter, or savour sweetly spiced hot cross buns, or maybe you love a healthier indulgence, this round-up of vegan recipes has everything you could need for a deliciously, cruelty-free Easter!

You can also win yourself some super yummy and fun chocolate treats from the wonderful Hotel Chocolat who offer the most wonderful, luxury vegan chocolate. The winner will get the Dark Chocolate City Bunnies and the Dark Easter Egg Sandwich! Not your average Easter egg, so much more fun!

GIVEAWAY

Make an Easter Feast with these delicious recipes!

 

It’s chocolate o’clock with Oreo Chocolate Tiffin from Tinned Tomatoes

chocolate oreo tiffin #vegan #easter

 

I didn’t think bunnies could get any cuter! Gluten-Free Vegan Cheezy Bunny Crackers from Fork and Beans

Gluten-free #Vegan Cheezy Bunny Crackers

 

A classic with a delcious twist, Vegan Sourdough Hot Cross Buns with Marzipan from Green Gourmet Giraffe

#Vegan Sourdough Hot Cross Buns with Marzipan

 

Chocolate coated carrot cake can’t be a bad thing. Check out this Vegan Carrot Cake Balls recipe from Pumpkin and Peanut Butter

#VEGAN CARROT CAKE BALLS

 

Colourful yet healthy are these Fat-Free Mini Donuts from FatFree Vegan Kitchen

fat free #vegan donuts

 

A lighter way to enjoy samosas with Fully-loaded Spring Samosas from My New Roots

non fried, rice paper samosas #vegan

 

The prettiest way to your five a day – just be sure to use dairy free white chocolate. Easter Egg Chocolate Covered Strawberries Recipe from Joyful Healthy Eats

Easter Egg Chocolate Covered Strawberries Recipe

 

Ring the changes with these Choc-Cross Buns with Tahini and Apricots from Cate’s Cates

#Vegan Choc-Cross Buns with Tahini and Apricots

 

‘Tis (almost) the season for asparagus and this Cream of Asparagus Soup from Vegan Yack Attack looks like a perfect way to enjoy it’s short abundance.

Cream of Asparagus Soup #easter #spring #vegan

 

Have a break from chocolate with this Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal from Veggie Inspired

CARROT CAKE BAKED OATMEAL #vegan

 

As vibrant and pure as Spring itself, Lemon Herb Quinoa with Hemp Seeds, Spring Peas, and Basil from Food52

Lemon Herb Quinoa with Hemp Seeds, Spring Peas, and Basil

 

Drinkable Nutella? Don’t mind if I do! Chocolate Hazelnut Milk from Gluten Free SCD and Veggie

Chocolate Hazelnut Milk DF GF

 

The cutest Easter Almond Baby Chicks from Fork and Beans

Easter Almond Baby Chicks #vegan

 

Gluten Free? No problem. Cinnamon Bunny Cookies from Unconventional Baker

CINNAMON BUNNY COOKIES {GLUTEN-FREE, VEGAN, REFINED SUGAR-FREE}

 

Make the most of Spring’s bounty with Spring Vegetable Pot Pies from Feasting at Home

SPRING VEGETABLE POT PIE #vegan

 

Peanut butter cups for Easter – Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Eggs{Raw & Vegan} from The Kitchen McCabe

Raw-Vegan-Peanut-Butter-Eggs

 

A classic vegan main for Easter Sunday lunch. Lentil, Mushroom, Spinach & Spicy Nut Roulade from Mouthwatering Vegan Recipes

 

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Nut butter cups have never been prettier than Beet Nut Butter Cups from Veggie Desserts

Beet Nut Butter Cups #vegan

 

Carrot cake for breakfast, anyone? Healthy Flourless Carrot Breakfast Cake from The Big Man’s World

HEALTHY FLOURLESS CARROT BREAKFAST CAKE

 

Easter just isn’t complete without Bunny Shortbread Biscuits from Bunny Kitchen

Bunny Shortbread Biscuits #vegan

 

Nostalgic Vegan Iced Gems from Wallflower Girl

VEGAN ICED GEMS

 

Pure indulgence comes from a Raw Chocolate Egg Filled with Caramel and Chocolate Mousse by Rawberry Fields

RAW CHOCOLATE EGG FILLED WITH CARAMEL AND CHOCOLATE MOUSSE #vegan #easter

 

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79 Responses to Have a Vegan Easter with a Hotel Chocolat #GIVEAWAY and 22 Recipes for Easter and Spring

  1. Tracey Peach says:

    Roast Chicken & Chocolate Fudge Cake For Pudding 🙂

  2. rusthawk says:

    I like serving a turkey for Easter, with a homemade cheesecake and ….lots of chocolate!

  3. iain maciver says:

    chicken roast or beef roast then pastry apple pie with clotted cream

  4. laura banks says:

    we have roast beef and yorkshire puddings

  5. Victoria Prince says:

    I always make Easter Biscuits 🙂 Other than that not really, except we always have some sort of fish on Good Friday!

  6. We have roast lamb and chocolate fudge cake with mini eggs and flake on top

  7. melanie stirling says:

    We don’t really have any easter traditions apart from chocolate easter eggs.

  8. ashleigh allan says:

    roast lamb dinner with lots of chocolate eggs afterwards!

  9. Vicky says:

    A huge family Sunday dinner of Nut Roast and veggies followed by chocolate cake for dessert

  10. Kim M says:

    I usually cook a roast dinner for family and a homemade lemon cake

  11. Liz Martone says:

    Oh my goodness THAT EGG!! SO many amazing options here! Thanks so much for sharing my Vegan Carrot Cake Balls!!

  12. Carrot and coriander soup, nut roast with roasted vegetables and hot cross buns.

  13. gouldie7 says:

    Our Easter food tradition is to have the second half of our Xmas turkey crown as our Easter Sunday lunch!

  14. Leila Benhamida says:

    A lamb roast with potato gratin and a flan patissier for dessert

  15. Marfigs says:

    Yum! What a delicious list! Is this open internationally?

  16. Harline parkin says:

    I always cook roast lamb for my family and grandchildren

  17. tracyknixon says:

    We always have a lamb Sunday Dinner on Easter Sunday!

  18. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Roast dinner on Easter Sunday

  19. amy fidler says:

    choc chip hot cross buns

  20. Barbara says:

    I don’t have an Easter tradition, but when I was a kid, we always searched for chocolate eggs 🙂

  21. Maxine G says:

    I’m usually working sadly, but we try to get together as a family when we can for an Easter Egg hunt in the garden

  22. rebecca gibson says:

    Roast lamb and all the trimmings

  23. BEAUTYCALYPSE says:

    Not entering the giveaway, just to chime in with who eats what…

    In our food-philosophy-mixed home probably fish will be served for main (from sustainable sources), and otherwise I’ll opt for foods naturally yellow, orange, pink and green. I think of baking vegan cinnamon buns or donuts.

    The Russian tradition on the other hand wants a takes-hours-to-make-and-decorate cake – the Kulich (not unsimilar to Italian panettone recipe) – and Paskha, a very sweet, very dense, very buttery fromage blanc dessert with lots of candied fruit, moulded into a fancy shape. Neither is particularly healthy or vegan 🙂 so I don’t make them, but my mum does, and the biggest possible leap towards my food philosophy is her using gluten-free flour, pasture-raised chicken eggs, and raw sugar as well as organic ingredients 😉

  24. BEAUTYCALYPSE says:

    P.S. Matcha will be also used deliberately for adding green colour 😉

  25. Angela Treadway says:

    Hot cross buns 🙂 x

  26. julie eley says:

    we have a easter sunday roast dinner and we make a easter chocolate cake for pudding with hot cross buns for tea 🙂

  27. Ali Thorpe says:

    A Polish cake we have which is made with nuts but very little flour. It’s my favourite.

  28. For me it’s all about the choccy eggs and hot cross buns

  29. Ruth Harwood says:

    We always bake a cake together xx

  30. My stomach is rumbling now. Thanks for linking to me.

  31. Kayse says:

    My sister, mom, and I started a new tradition of serving a big taco bar on easter so we can all create something that serves our specific dietary preferences.

  32. Thanks so much for sharing ❤ Beautiful recipes 🙂

  33. Rosie says:

    My family is split up too much distance! When we can, we like to go to church, and it is fun to have a nice Easter outfit. Have a special dinner.

  34. Hannah Smith says:

    I like to do some baking for easter, last year I made easter chick cupcakes

  35. Trevor Linvell says:

    Chocolate from morning to night with a quorn roast dinner in the middle!

  36. Christine Hobbs says:

    Always roast lamb and apple pie to finish x

  37. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    Lamb with mint sauce

  38. Helen A says:

    A big lamb roast dinner with family!

  39. Alison says:

    We always have a turkey roast dinner on Easter sunday followed by Easter Eggs for pudding.

  40. Helen Gilbert says:

    Roast Lamb,Roast Potatoes,lots of vegetables and then Sticky Toffee Pudding

  41. Nat thomason says:

    A big family get together dinner

  42. Natalie White says:

    We haven’t had any easter traditions up until this year. Our kids have been too young and before then we were busy busy working people. My husband as a chef would always be super busy. But this year our little angels (ha!) are 2 and 3 so we will be doing an easter egg hunt, weather providing, in the garden. Followed by a trip to see nanny and grandad and no doubt lots of yummy food 🙂

  43. Collette Mackey says:

    nut roast, mash, roasties, honey roast parsnips and lots of veggies

  44. A lovely Sunday Roast with all the trimmings and Easter Eggs & lots of Chocolate whilst watching some family movies 😊

  45. Adrian Bold says:

    No real tradition. But we always get together as a family and have a normal Sunday Roast.

  46. Ian Campbell says:

    Hot Cross buns, Simnel cake….and a nice, juicy, chocolate Easter egg. Sheer nectar jeeves! 🙂

  47. Tania Atfield says:

    A roast of some kind, usually lamb

  48. Sue C says:

    Hot cross buns and mini crispie nest cakes with mini eggs! They’re so pretty (and yummy!)

  49. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I make a turkey on Easter with all the fixings.

  50. Lydia Claire says:

    When I was a kid my dad would take us to the local Easter Egg Hunt which was just Easter candy. =)

  51. Corrine says:

    We have the traditional Passover traditions. And now it’s so easy to veganize Matzoh Ball Soup!

  52. Kerry Webber says:

    We don’t really have a traditional Easter meal. We just get what is going cheap in the reduced section at the supermarket. We never know what we will get!!

  53. M Allen says:

    Simnel cake makes a change from the chocfest each year

  54. emma kinsey says:

    roast dinner and jam roly poly

  55. stephen smith says:

    we always have a roast dinner the whole familt together

  56. Chris Wright says:

    Turkey dinner

  57. Petra Beck says:

    Having boiled eggs with “green sauce” on Good Friday is a tradition I brought with me from Germany. Green sauce is a local speciality from the Frankfurt area which is a sour cream or yoghurt based cold sauce with lots of herbs in it (traditionally 7 different herbs – chives, borage, parsley, burnet cress, chervil and sorrel, but of course you can modify it due to preference and availability). We used to have this in my family on Good Friday for a meat-free meal, and also to use up the boiled eggs which cracked or broke while dyeing, painting and decorating eggs for Easter.

  58. Claire Barker says:

    No traditions really, sometimes a homemade vegan pizza and of course vegan chocolate is a must 🙂

  59. Silvia says:

    Asparagus tart 🙂

  60. jackie curran says:

    We have an easter egg hunt in the garden if the weathers ok

  61. helen newton says:

    Defintely Chocoate and a Hot Cross Bun 🙂

  62. Diane Duggan says:

    Lots of chocolate and baked Easter goodies.

  63. Hazel Rea says:

    I make chocolate spiced cupcakes for my son – glutefree, milkfree and eggfree. We all enjoy them!

  64. Claire Ward says:

    Big Sunday lunch with the family

  65. Angela Campbell says:

    We make Easter crafts with the kids

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