Hosting a Vegetarian for Easter Brunch? PETA’s Tips Can Help!

For Immediate Release:
April 16, 2014

Shakira Croce 202-483-7382

When friends and families get together for the holidays, it often means a mix of dietary needs. And with more people than ever going vegan—whether for animals, the environment, or health reasons—it’s more likely than ever that most Easter gatherings will include at least one person at the table who’ll be passing up the honey-glazed ham and deviled eggs.

That’s why we hope you’ll share some of the recipes from PETA’s brand-new, all-vegan Easy Easter Brunch Menu with your readers, many of whom have likely been wondering how they can cater to their vegetarian or vegan guests.

The dishes include delicious entrées and delectable desserts and range from the super-simple (Creamy Chive Mashed Potatoes) to the more decadent and gourmet (Tiramisu Pancakes). Here are a few more:

All the recipes are available on PETA’s website. Thank you for keeping your vegetarian and vegan readers—and their hosts—in mind this year, and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like any further information. And of course, have a very happy Easter!

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