Planning on a meat-free Easter? Whether you're vegetarian, catering for non meat-eaters or simply want to embrace this season's bounty of delicious produce, it's great to have a few good recipes up your sleeve.
From tarts and quiches to soups and salads, check out our favourite vegetarian Easter recipe ideas to make even the most staunch meat-eaters crave a piece of the veggie action...
Asparagus and Watercress Tart
Asparagus is at its peak at this time of year, so why not throw together this tasty and simple tart as a starter? Blitz together peppery watercress, crème fraîche, lemon zest and egg yolks before spreading on puff pastry and topping with charred asparagus spears. So easy, and so delicious.
Kale Pesto Dip with Crumbled Feta
Tuck into this creamy kale dip before your main meal – it's delicious served with toasted pitta and a refreshing drink (did someone say cocktail?).
Carrot and Pistachio Vegan Loaf
If you fancy a nut roast on your Easter dinner table this year, why not try this delicate carrot and pistachio recipe instead, which is flavoured with paprika, creamy tahini and chickpeas for a warming depth of flavour. Serve with all of your classic roast dinner sides - and don't forget the gravy! Did you know Bisto's Onion Gravy Granules are vegan? Yum!
Sweet Potato, Spinach and Feta Quiche
This colourful quiche is bursting with flavour. The tangy feta complements the sweet veg in this savoury tart. Serve up with new potatoes, spring greens and a lively dressing for the ultimate celebratory meal to welcome spring.
Beetroot Onion Bake
Looking for a beautiful vegetarian side for your Easter dinner table? This brightly-coloured beetroot bake is hearty, delicious and oh-so pretty.
Goat's Cheese, Watercress, Puy Lentil and Tomato Salad
Packed with Puy lentils, creamy goat's cheese, juicy tomatoes and peppery radishes, this salad is a fantastic crowd-pleaser. Don't forget to top it with those salty, crunchy croutons.
Vegan Potato Dauphinoise
If you need a vegan option over Easter, this dairy-free potato dauphinoise is a must. Using a splash of oat milk (as well as vegetable stock), extra flavour is added with red onion, garlic and thyme.