This festive Easter dinner menu is sure to please kiddos and adults alike! A “meaty” tasting vegan nutloaf is paired with fluffy mashed spuds, served with a savory mushroom gravy on the side. Tasty truffles based in dates and pecans, make an easy and delicious dessert for a festive spring meal.

Serve this colorful meal to celebrate a traditional Easter menu made 100% vegan and delicious!
My Really Yummy Pecan, Sunflower Seed, and Zucchini Loaf is a great choice for a pleasing Easter menu. This meatless loaf makes a truly satisfying plant-based entrée that will please omnivores and vegans alike! It has quite a few steps, but is well-worth the extra effort. If you do not like pecans, you can use walnuts or more sunflower seeds instead. If you do not have zucchini, you may use shredded yellow summer squash instead. Get the recipe.
My Red Potato and Cauliflower Mash  is a pleasing combination of potatoes and cauliflower making an easy vegetable mash-up to serve as a hearty side dish for a festive supper. It’s jazzylicious! Get the recipe.
I first created this super simple Pecan-Date Truffles recipe for a festive meal. These delicious truffles are perfect to serve for an Easter dessert and they are so easy-to-prepare too! Get the recipe.
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