Vegan Easter Baking Ideas

by Owen Redford

Although Easter is a perfect time of the year to indulge on plenty of sweet treats, it can often be a hard time for vegans with most of these treats being chocolate-based. Although as each year rolls by, more and more delicious vegan alternatives are available in shops, we thought it would be a good idea to put together a list featuring some amazing vegan Easter bakes for you to try at home. Enjoy!

Vegan Pineapple Hot Cross Buns


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Our first bake doesn’t get more Easter-y! Hot cross buns are such a delicious snack for this time of year, and the first bake on our list features a pineapple iteration of these. If you don’t like pineapple, you can change this for another flavour of your choice to create a delicious Easter snack. This recipe serves 12.


Vegan Chocolate Easter Cups


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Next up, we have these mouth-watering Easter chocolate cups. They feature a dairy-free chocolate outer, with a gooey caramel centre to provide a truly satisfying treat. It can be made in around 1-2 hours and serves 18.


Vegan Carrot Cake Truffles


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It wouldn’t be Easter without some carrot themed bakes! These vegan carrot cake truffles look so tasty and feature raw carrot cake centre with a chocolatey outer. They can be made in around 20 minutes and will serve 20 pieces.


Vegan No Bake Easter Cake


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Next up we have this amazing raw pistachio and raspberry Easter cake. The colours on this are breath-taking and will be bound to stand out at any Easter party you go to this year. We also love the ingredients in this as they include pistachios, coconut, beetroot powder, almonds and loads more goodies. Although it takes around 7 hours to make, it’s worth the effort!


Vegan Coconut Cream Eggs


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Another Easter classic is cream eggs. The vegan version we’re featuring in this list is a delicious coconut flavoured recipe which will go down perfectly this April. With a crunchy coconut centre, a rich chocolate outer and topped with dried coconut, we truly love this recipe. It can be made in around 25 minutes and will serve 8.


Easter Biscuits


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The final bake on our vegan Easter list are these classic Easter cookies. Although they look plain, they pack a really nice flavour and can really compliment a hot drink. They can be made in around 50 minutes  and will serve 30 cookies.


With any of these bakes, why not try one of our new Baking Time Club Easter/Spring sprinkle mixes here:



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