Amy’s Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli Review

Amy's Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli

We were recently roaming the freezer aisle at our local Target when the Amy’s Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli caught our eye. Now, we’ve actually reviewed this meal before, but it’s since gotten a makeover — it has a new box, as well as a new name (it used to be called Ravioli with Spinach & Vegan Ricotta Cheeze, which isn’t that big of a change).

As you might expect, it’s pretty easy to cook this dish. Toss it in the microwave for four minutes, give it a stir, and then let it cook just a little longer. You’ll want to make sure you stir it again after it comes out of the microwave so that the ravioli needles are fully covered in sauce.

Amy's Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli

This may be a vegan dish, but it doesn’t really taste like one. The ricotta cheeze, which is made from tofu and coconut milk, is virtually indistinguishable from the real deal. Of course, it’s possible that this dish is so convincing because it doesn’t contain much cheeze in the first place. The ravioli noodles are mostly stuffed with spinach. The marinara sauce is pretty flavorful; it’s got the same mix of sweet and savory flavors that you’ll find in other Amy’s pasta dishes.

There are a few minor texture issues here, but they aren’t a huge problem. Some of our noodles were a little dry around the edges, but for the most part, they were fine. You can probably get around this issue if you cook your ravioli in the oven, but if you go that route, you’ll have to wait 40 to 45 minutes for it to be done.

It looks like Amy’s may have tweaked this recipe slightly. This version contains 20 more calories than the previous version did. However, we didn’t notice any substantial differences. If you liked the old version, you’ll probably like this one too.

The Amy’s Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli is a solid option if you’re looking for a vegan version of a basic ravioli dish. It’s easy to make, and we think that it’s good enough to fool cheese lovers! As long as you’re willing to deal with some slightly dry or chewy ravioli noodles, you’ll find a lot to like here.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this Amy’s Kitchen vegan ravioli, check out our package scan below.

Amy's Vegan Spinach & Cheeze Ravioli