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

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. 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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