If you’re looking for store-bought gluten-free ravioli options, I’ve got you covered with a few brands making this once-impossible dish possible again. This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
If you’re on the hunt for gluten-free ravioli and don’t feel like fussing around the kitchen to make it at home, you’re in luck. Several brands make gluten-free ravioli options that are readily available at grocery stores – from Walmart to Sprouts and Whole Foods to Trader Joe’s.
Please note that while many of these options are a bit pricey, it’s all cheaper (and safer) than a meal out on the town.
So if you’re craving ravioli, give one of these gluten-free ravioli options a try!
Cappello’s Gluten-Free Ravioli
All Cappello’s products – including its pizza, pasta, and cookie doughs – are made from nutrient-dense almond flour and clean ingredients.
I had the opportunity to try Cappello’s line-up of ravioli, and let me tell you, the taste and texture are incredible. The ravioli held together well and offered up a chewy texture.
Cappello’s comes in three kinds of gluten-free and grain-free ravioli options, all of which can be found at Whole Foods, including:
A word about that gluten-free butternut squash ravioli.
My kids loved the five cheese ravioli, but I must admit, the gluten-free butternut squash ravioli was unbelievably delicious; I had to stop myself from eating the entire box. The noodles hold together well, and the butternut squash is seasoned to perfection.
It’s rare to find a gluten-free butternut squash ravioli, so kudos to Cappello’s for coming up with one.
Please note that Cappello’s comes at a higher price point (almost $10/box) and is high in calories too. It’s an all-around splurge, but if you’re craving ravioli, this is a top option to try. Find them in the freezer section.
Taste Republic Gluten-Free Ravioli
One brand that I’ve been loving these days is Taste Republic. The company makes fresh pasta, gluten-free tortellini, and of course, gluten-free ravioli.
On top of it all, I found the spinach & cheese ravioli at my local Walmart (in the refrigerated section near the produce) for under $5. Like all Taste Republic products, it’s certified gluten free.
Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Ravioli
Trader Joe’s is becoming a mecca for quality gluten-free products. While I’ve been enjoying the gluten-free egg fettuccine noodles for years, I recently noticed the grocer added a five-cheese ravioli to the mix, which cost under $5 too!
The pasta is good, although it fell apart a little bit in the water—all in all, a good and affordable option.
Pasta Prima Gluten-Free Ravioli
I found Pasta Prima five cheese ravioli at Sprouts, tucked away in the refrigerated foods section. I love when I see the certified gluten-free label on the front of the package too. You can trust this is gluten free!
Artisola Gluten-Free Ravioli
While shopping at Whole Foods the other day, I spotted Artisola’s artisan pasta, and wouldn’t you know, there was a gluten-free cheese ravioli option. Online, I spotted gluten-free kale, garlic, and cheese options and a sweet potato and herb gluten-free ravioli option.
I haven’t had the chance to try this brand (yet), but I did notice that its ravioli are made from cauliflower pasta dough, which adds a healthful appeal to the brand. It, too, is certified gluten free.
Make Your Homemade Gluten-Free Ravioli
You can, of course, make homemade ravioli using my gluten-free pumpkin ravioli recipe (you can add any filling you desire). I also use store-bought ravioli to make gluten-free toasted ravioli.
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