Vegan Coronation Recipes
If you’re putting on a spread for the king’s coronation, take a look at our royal line-up of classic British recipes with a vegan twist that are perfect for a party or BBQ. Don’t miss our Vegan Royal Coronation Quiche – the must-have centrepiece for celebrating the crowning of King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla.
If your spring coronation party is outside, fire up the BBQ and throw on some tofu wings. These zingy nibbles will make a great savoury addition to your spread.
Why not pay tribute to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with this coronation pasta salad? This recipe, adapted from The Rose and Bean, is a requisite for a really royal table.
The generous amount of dressing in this fresh Deliciously Ella–inspired salad is the key to its delicious creaminess, making it the perfect side for your street party.
This healthy loaded salad, adapted from a recipe by Sneaky Veg, would go perfectly with your coronation quiche.
While lemon bars first appeared as a recipe in the Chicago Daily Tribune, lemon curd is historically English. Use this method, adapted from May I Have That Recipe?, to modernise this classic using ingredients that come from plants, not cruelty to animals.
Cupcakes are the way forward for a big street party – and this recipe, adapted from The Little Blog of Vegan, will give you a fresh, spring-inspired dessert that’s easy to share.
This beautiful, jubilee-inspired meringue recipe is fit for a king! The classic British dish will be perfect for your royal spread.
Victoria sponge got its name from Queen Victoria, who regularly ate a slice of sponge cake with her tea. Why not give a nod to the former monarch for the 2023 coronation with this version, based on Wrapped in Newspaper’s recipe?
King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla chose Coronation Quiche as the official recipe to mark the occasion. Buckingham Palace said the tart was chosen because it is easy to share and can be served hot or cold – making it the perfect centrepiece for street parties.
PETA’s Great Vegan Bake-Off winner Maisie Stedman created a vegan version of a spring-inspired lemon and elderflower wedding cake previously enjoyed by a Royal couple. It’s a real showstopper.
The rose water in Day Radly’s vegan Eton mess gives a nod to England’s national flower – the Tudor rose. It includes stunning strawberries, but you can easily swap them for other seasonal fruits.
These heart-shaped cookies take just five minutes to bake and would make a sweet addition to any picnic or BBQ.
If you’re unpacking a BBQ for the coronation lunch, this recipe inspired by GoodLife and What Luce Eats is perfect. Seasoned with paprika, garlic, olive oil, and chilli, these skewers are packed full of flavour.
Partying al fresco style? These vegan tandoori kebabs (adapted from a GoodLife recipe) make a wonderful main course.
Head to our Recipes page for more cooking inspiration, and try going vegan for 30 days. The UK is a nation of animal lovers, but you can’t love animals and eat their flesh, eggs, or milk – or any other animal-derived ingredient.