Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli (DISCONTINUED)


Although Tofutti Dairy-Free Ravioli has disappeared from the market, there are a few other options available. Two popular ones are Kite Hill Dairy-Free Ravioli & Tortellini and Rising Moon Dairy-Free Ravioli (they have a few varieties).

Dairy-free ravioli is difficult to find and difficult to make. OK, any ravioli is difficult to make. But I am happy to announce that my ravioli-related problems have been solved with the new Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli – available in both jumbo and bite-size ravioli.

As a fan of Better Than Cream Cheese, Tofutti Cuties, and other Tofutti products, I was very excited to try these cheesy bites. The oval-shaped Tofutti Jumbo Cheese Ravioli reminds me of the large, homemade ravioli served at my favorite Italian restaurant.

To note, the square-shaped Bite-Size Cheese Ravioli are also quite generous in size. Both varieties of Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli are filled with Tofutti Better Than Ricotta Cheese blended with Italian seasonings.

I served the ravioli with a simple red sauce. They were enjoyed by all of my children–both dairy and nondairy eaters–and myself, and tolerated by my husband. Personally, I was impressed by how close the flavor is to cheese ravioli, if not a bit sweeter. I am thrilled that we now have two dairy-free ravioli options to keep in our freezer for an easy weeknight meal or for a special occasion.

Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli

The Facts on Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Tofutti Dairy-Free Cheese Ravioli are vegan, vegetarian, egg-free, dairy-free, and peanut-free. They do contain wheat and soy. 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.

For More Product Information: Visit the Tofutti website at

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Sarah is the Associate Editor for Go Dairy Free. Her previous experience includes work as a copy editor at Thoroughbred Times magazine, a content writer at, and an intern at Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Sarah was a 'mom blogger' for many years but now mostly hangs out on Go Dairy Free and Instagram.


  1. Dairy free and Gluten free go hand in hand……Ever think about Gluten free? Think you would sell more.

    • Hi Kathi, you should direct your question to the company – I’m sure they’d love to hear this feedback and know where the demand is. The link to their website is in the review above.

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