25 Vegetarian Passover Recipes

25 Vegetarian Passover Recipes

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Looking for an awesome dish to serve to a vegetarian at your seder? Maybe you want a break from the meat-and-potato fare most of us associate with Pesach?

Here’s a round-up of twenty-five vegetarian Passover recipes from some of my favorite food bloggers around the web. While some of these recipes contain dairy, many are dairy-free, so feel free to add these to your seder menu plan and serve them to vegans.

{Be sure to Pin This Post to find these recipes easily when you’re cooking for Passover.}

Vegan & Vegetarian Passover Recipes

1. Spinach Potato Nest Bites by May I Have That Recipe?

spinach potato nest bites

2. Spicy baked zucchini sticks by Overtime Cook

zucchini-wedges

Asparagus Quiche
4. Smashed Potatoes by yours truly
smashedpotato4
5. Matzah Mac & Cheese by More Quiche, Please
Matzah Mac & Cheese
6. Cheesy Stuffed Mini Peppers by Busy in Brooklyn
cheesey stuffed peppers
7. Eggplant Parmesan Stacks by More Quiche, Please
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8. Coconut Roasted Butternut by This American Bite (Replace the sesame seeds with shredded coconut if you don’t eat kitniyot)
butternut squash
9. Cauliflower Crust Pizza by Kitchen Tested
cauliflower crust pizza for passover
10. Maple Balsamic Brussel Spouts by This American Bite and Easy Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts by yours truly
Easy Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts
smashed potatoes with garlic & shallots
gnocchi done
13. Sweet Cheese Blintzes by More Quiche, Please

Sweet Cheese Blintzes for Passover

14. Passover Vegan Nut Loaf by Heeb ‘n Vegan

Passover Nutloaf
15. Passover Potato & Mushroom Pie by Ocado

passover potato and mushroom pie

16. Cauliflower Leek Kugel with Almond Herb Crust from Epicurious

Cauliflower Leek Kugel

17. Mushroom Velouté Soup by Susie Fishbein

mushroom soup

18. Spinach & Roasted Red Pepper Gratin by Not Derby Pie

19.  Spaghetti Squash Baked Ziti by Busy in Brooklyn

spaghetti squash baked ziti

20. Braised Artichoke Bottoms with Lemon & Olive Oil by Martha Rose Shulman in The New York Times

braised greek artichoke bottoms
21. Crustless Quiche with Feta & Asparagus by Shiksa in the Kitchen

crustless quiche
22. Cauliflower “Rice” by Real Food Kosher

cauliflower-rice

Vegetarian Quinoa Recipes for Passover 

While the debate about whether quinoa is kosher for Passover rages on, if you will be eating quinoa this Pesach, here are three recipes you will want to try out!

23. Sweet & Crunchy Quinoa Salad by The Kitchn
sweet and crunchy quinoa salad

24. Cranberry Quinoa Stuffed Zucchini by Joy of Kosher

quinoa stuffed zucchini

25. Quinoa Risotta & Roasted Mushrooms by Domestic Fits, via Shiksa in the Kitchen

Passover Risotto

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What’s your favorite vegetarian Passover recipe? Please share it below in the comments section!

PHOTO CREDITS: All photos are linked to the blog on which they were originally posted. Please be sure to visit these bloggers and enjoy their kosher culinary talents!

Need more cooking inspiration for Pesach? Check out all of my Passover Recipes, including the Top 10 Passover Seder Desserts.
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  1. Thanks for including my matzah mac & cheese, eggplant parmesan stacks, and cheese blintzes! Great post.

    • Mara Strom says:

      I can’t wait to try your mac & cheese, Tali! It looks delicious! Chag Sameach. xo

      • Anna Mueller says:

        I made this and it was a hit! I didn’t have sour cream so I subbed goat milk yogurt. However, I only had half of the yogurt I needed, so I made up the other half with more mozzarella and 1 Tbsp. lemon juice. Delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  2. sara lea says:

    Mara-
    This is amazing! Thanks for taking the time to put this all together! Now I’m in trouble, I have to revamp my pesach menu! :)

  3. This looks great! Thank you for posting…can’t wait to make several of these recipes for Seder!!!

  4. Carol Katzman says:

    You’re being read far and wide! My future machatunum forwarded the link to this from Chicago (which had been forwarded to her!!).
    One twist on quinoa — also very easy: quinoa with sauteed red, green and yellow peppers and onions. And if you make a side of ratatouille, it looks pretty with it and becomes a filling meal for vegetarians during Pesach!

  5. What a fabulous list! Thanks for including my recipes!

  6. Great recipes! Wish I had my act together enough to submit one of my own. Oh, well, maybe next year ….

  7. Wonderful recipes! For once I am excited about Pesach!

  8. So glad I signed up for your Pesach newsletter; I missed this post! Teriffic round-up. This will really help with planning.

  9. diane rabin says:

    gonna try several of these. Just a heads up for those who might make the mistake, the Cauliflower crust pizza includes corn meal–not to be used on Pesach. I guess matza meal instead. ( do people actually have a pesach pizza stone?)

  10. Those all look great! Going to try the zucchini sticks!
    I want to try to make Moroccan quinoa “meatballs”. It’s a combo of Moroccan meatballs, but with quinoa instead of meat and rice.
    I’m doing a trial run on purim, I’ll let you know how it goes.

    • Mara Strom says:

      How’s the “meatless” meatballs go?!

      • Oh so good! The “meatballs” were quinoa and lentils, with eggs, cilantro and morrocan spices(cumin, cinnamon, all spice and coriander). Sauce was onion, garlic, tomato paste, raisins and same spices. Also, cilantro, parsley and thyme.
        Definitely a sphardic pesach dish, but could be made Ashkenazi with some substitutions!

  11. Nicole Ilanit van der Reis-Rosenberg says:

    Thank G’d for Facebook! Your recipes are also beimg read and shared in The Netherlands, Europe! Have a kosher Pesach everybody!

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