Dairy-Free Easter Friendly Recipe Round-Up

With Easter right around the corner, we thought it would be a great time to feature some of our favorite dairy-free recipes that would be perfect for an Easter brunch. Holidays can be tough when you don't eat dairy, so we're here to help you find ways to make classic dishes without the dairy!

Below are our favorites, though we're always looking for more. If you have a dairy-free recipe you love, drop us a line and we'll add it to our list!


Herb-Roasted Fingerling Potatoes (The Spruce Eats)
This recipe for roasted fingerling potatoes would make a beautiful side dish for any Easter brunch. You can swap the olive oil for our Buttery Spread, since it has a high tolerance for heat and roasts beautifully. You could also toss in a little minced garlic for extra flavor.


Vegan Cheezy Brussels Sprout Casserole (Living Simply Gluten Free)

Brussels sprouts are a big favorite around here, and this version is free from eggs, dairy, and gluten. You can swap out the bread crumbs for almond meal to make it paleo, too.

Plant-Based Hollandaise Sauce (Go Dairy Free)

This recipe is vegan, dairy-free, and delicious. It uses cashews as the base, and works wonderfully with our Buttery Spread to make a vegan Hollandaise that's actually delicious. (You could pair it with this recipe for roasted asparagus from Williams-Sonoma for an extra-tasty side of veggies.)

Dairy-Free Classic Dinner Rolls (New Barn Organics)

If you're looking for the perfect classic dinner rolls recipe, look no further. This recipe is one of our own, and we developed it because we wanted to celebrate our own Easter holiday without the dairy. So we're sharing it with you! This recipe calls for both our Buttery Spread and Unsweetened almond milk, so you might want to grab a Baker's Pack to cover all your baking needs.

Slow-Cooker Ham with Pineapple (Living Freely Gluten Free)

If you eat meat, this slow cooker ham recipe is a good way to prevent a precooked ham cut from drying out during the reheating process. We like to use coconut sugar in place of the brown sugar for a healthier option.

Dairy-Free Basic Quiche (The Spruce Eats)

Quiche is the quintessential Easter dish, and this dairy-free version is exceptional. The recipe calls for almond milk, and our Unsweetened Almond Milk works perfectly. You can add veggies or herbs to mix it up, and would be lovely with some pre-cooked bacon or ham bits (if you eat meat). Don't forget the pie crust, too! (Or make this crustless version if that suits you better.)

Sweet Potato Casserole (Milk Allergy Mom)

This sweet potato casserole looks delicious, and would work well with our Buttery Spread. You can also make it with Dandies marshmallows for a completely vegan dish.

Paleo Carrot Cake Muffins (Mama Knows Gluten-Free)

Carrot cake is the perfect Easter treat, and these carrot cake muffins from Mama Knows Gluten-Free are a healthy paleo-style take on a classic. If you're vegan, you can swap the honey for maple syrup.

Gluten- and Dairy- Free Peanut Butter Eggs (Living Freely Gluten Free)

Dairy-free chocolate peanut butter eggs. Need we say more? Chocolate chips from Enjoy Life will help you make sure this treat is completely dairy-free.


We hope you enjoy a beautiful (dairy-free) holiday this weekend!

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