25 Vegetarian Recipes for Your Passover Seder

Brisket. Chicken soup. Chopped liver. These are the traditional foods served at a Passover seder, right? Well what if you’re a vegetarian? Or what if (gd forbid) you just don’t want to eat heavy meat meals two nights in a row, and want to make a healthier choice for your body and the environment?

We get you. And so we wanted to pull together a variety of delicious vegetarian recipes that will make even those brisket-eaters jealous of your non-meat seder. Have other ideas for us? Post below or on our Facebook page!

Appetizers 

Stuffed Eggs with Chevre and Dill from Epicurious

Manischewitz Cheese Ball from Vinepair

Mascarpone Stuffed Dates with Sea Salt

Mock Chopped Liver

Quick Pickled Cucumber Salad


mascarpone stuffed dates with sea salt

Soups and Salads

Cream of Carrot Soup with Roasted Jalapenos 

Power Greens Matzah Ball Soup from Amy Kritzer

Cucumber Avocado Soup

Chopped Israeli Salad

Shaved Brussel Sprout Salad from Paula Shoyer

Pomegranate Pear Pistachio Salad with Creamy Pomegranate Dressing from Carlsbad Cravings


Shredded Brussells Sprouts Salad

Main Dishes

Asparagus and Two Cheese Quiche with Hash Brown Crust from Epicurious

Fresh Mozzarella, Mushroom and Eggplant Shakshuka from May I Have That Recipe

Grilled Artichokes from Jennifer Stempel

Eggplant Casserole from Mayim Bialik

Dilly Leek Croquettes from Kosher Like Me

Rosemary Roasted Carrots from Oh My Veggies

Spinach and Cheese Lasagna for Passover

Stuffed Zucchini Boats with Ricotta and Pine Nuts from Liz Rueven 


zucchini boats stuffed with ricotta and pine nuts

Desserts

Almond Ricotta Cake from Cakelets and Doilies

Strawberry Lemon Granita

Crustless Chocolate Cheesecake from Master Cook

Coconut Macaroon Twix Bars from Kitchen-Tested

Chocolate Espresso Cookies

Nutella Banana Ice Cream from Busy in Brooklyn

Tri-Color Melon Salad with Mint Syrup


tri color melon salad with mint


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