Victoria Vegan Sauces

Vodka Sauce, White Bean Marinara, Original Alfredo, Artichoke Alfredo, Arugula Pesto Alfredo, Red Pepper Alfredo
$8.99 for red sauces $7.99 for white sauces

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On June 3, 2013
Last modified:June 4, 2016


Though the reviews have been mixed, Sarah's family loved these delicious, ready-made creamy red sauces and Alfredo sauces. Even the dairy-consumers in her family found It impossible to believe they were dairy-free. The vodka sauce was the hands down favorite with its bold, rich flavor. The alfredos were well liked, but had a notable tang present that slightly limited their versatility.

My family and I recently had the chance to try four Victoria Vegan sauces (they offer several more), and we enjoyed them all.

Victoria Vegan Sauces - dairy-free alfredo sauces and creamy red sauces (Review)

I am still shaking my head in amazement that I can buy jarred dairy-free Alfredo sauce that everyone in my family will eat.

The first night we tried the Victoria Vegan Original Alfredo and the Vegan Vodka Sauces. I made quick Italian sausage meatballs (would be great with vegan meatballs, too!), browning them before adding the Vegan Vodka Sauce. I served the Alfredo simply with some pasta for taste-testing.

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We liked the cashew-based Alfredo straight but Scott and I thought it would be especially good with some primavera-style vegetables. The bit of leftover Alfredo sauce made a great pizza topping the following night!

Another night we tried the White Bean Marinara and the Artichoke Vegan Alfredo Sauce with some leftovers. The White Bean Marinara has quite an acidic tang from the tomatoes, balanced by the creamy white beans. The chunks of artichoke marry well with the Alfredo in the Artichoke Vegan Alfredo Sauce, which I think would be great with seafood.

Our favorite of all the Victoria Vegan sauces was the Vegan Vodka Sauce. It is so flavorful and rich. It actually reminded us of the sauce often used for lamb meatballs on Indian restaurant buffets. The same level of complexity and richness of flavor, if not the exact seasonings. I think the Vegan Vodka Sauce could easily be used in a variety of recipes.

Victoria Vegan Sauces - dairy-free alfredo sauces and creamy red sauces (Review)

Certifications: Victoria Vegan Sauces are Certified Vegan, Non-GMO Certified, and Certified Kosher (I believe it is pareve).

Special Diet Information: By ingredients, Victoria Vegan Sauces are vegan, vegetarian, egg-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, and peanut-free. Some of the sauces are made without soy and/or nuts. Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

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About Author

Sarah is the Associate Editor for Go Dairy Free. She also shares food and daily dilemmas as a milk allergy mom via her blog, No Whey, Mama. Sarah’s previous experience includes work as a copy editor at Thoroughbred Times magazine, a content writer at, and an intern at Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.


  1. We love the Alfredo Red Pepper Sauce. It was great as a spread on our grilled zucchini sandwiches. Exceptional on almost anything that you can imagine. The flavor is robust and the creamy texture never breaks form. Thank you for making such a fabulous vegan sauce.

  2. Have you tried using the Victoria’s Vegan alfredo sauce to make lasagna? I just put one together gluten free, dairy free, and with ground turkey. I’m wondering if anyone else has a good recipe.

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