Just one taste of this decadent vegan alfredo sauce, and
you’ll be a believer! You CAN follow a plant strong diet and still
savor the rich taste and velvety feel of a creamy pasta sauce.
Victoria Vegan uses only the finest premium cashews to make their
own cashew cream, they then add fresh garlic and spices to create
this incredibly luscious sauce. Just heat and pour over fettuccini
or any pasta of your choosing, and it’s great drizzled over
vegetables, too! Victoria Vegan Alfredo Sauces are now available in
4 delicious varieties - Original, Arugula Pesto, Artichoke, and
Roasted Pepper. 18 oz. (510g) jar is $7.99.
ingredients: Cashew cream (water, cashews, fresh garlic,
salt, black pepper, non-dairy lactic acid, rosemary, raw vegan
sugar, natural cocoa butter flavor, corn starch, xanthan
Pesto ingredients: Cashew cream (water, cashews), fresh
basil, lemon juice from concentrate, arugula, fresh garlic, pine
nuts, salt, black pepper, vegan lactic acid, rosemary, raw sugar,
natural cocoa butter flavor, corn starch, xanthan
ingredients: Cashew cream (water, cashews), artichokes
(artichokes, water, citric acid), fresh garlic, salt, black pepper,
vegan lactic acid, rosemary, raw sugar, natural cocoa butter
flavor, corn starch, xanthan gum
Pepper ingredients: Cashew cream (water, cashews), roasted
red peppers (peppers, water, citric acid), fresh garlic, salt,
black pepper, vegan lactic acid, rosemary, raw sugar, natural cocoa
butter flavor, corn starch, xanthan gum
From Anonymous of Austin, Texas on 10/19/2016.
The roasted red pepper Alfredo sauce is so good! It's a little tangy, which I loved! This is one of the best sauces I've ever had, it being vegan is just a great plus!
Um...no, just no.
From Anonymous of K, British Columbia on 9/24/2016.
I was so looking forward to enjoying a great pasta dish, but once I tried the watery, sour liquid in that jar, my heart sank. Not only were there little bits of cashews that hadn't been blended (ultimately making for a terribly grainy texture), the sauce didn't thicken up very much, and I had a very sad bowl of alfredo in front of me that had been mixed with other good ingredients I couldn't waste (like tomatoes and basil from my garden, which were the only things that made the dish taste good enough to eat). I felt a little sick after that meal, mainly because the strong lactic acid taste reminded me of the pungeant flavour of stomach acid when you're throwing up. I really, really wish I liked this product, mainly because the idea is so very good to have jarred and canned vegan sauces on the market, but the taste won't allow me to. I have made better vegan alfredo sauces than this, and they're not that hard to make either. I was thoroughly disappointed with this product, and I suggest potential buyers to take a little more time out of their day to create a good sauce from scratch, rather than save a little time heating up a pot of this disappointing white stuff. I hope Victoria Vegan changes their recipe one day into something good, because I really want to like this product. I just can't right now.
Red pepper sauce is good!
From Roxi of Union City, California on 8/5/2016.
I can agree with others when they say that the regular alfredo sauce is watery and has a bad taste to it. Victoria's red pepper alfredo sauce is nice and thick, and has a good flavor to it! I would recommend trying it if you like a tangy sauce!
Awful after taste!
From Linda D. of McKinney, Texas on 7/5/2016.
We were really looking forward to a tasty supper and this was not it! I would not buy again. This product leaves a acid taste in your mouth that does not go away until the next day! Way too acidic. :( Company needs to go back to the kitchen and get this right!!!
From Ashley of Conroe, Texas on 5/28/2016.
I bought the artichoke variety before I read the reviews. I should have never read all the negative reviews, this was great! Sure it doesn't taste like olive gardens Alfredo sauce, and had a tangy touch to it, but it complimented my butternut squash ravioli perfectly tonight. More of an artichoke lemon cream sauce than a cheesy Alfredo, but I found it rich, and not watery, but creamy after 10 minutes of saut�ing. I added some garlic and pepper because that is my taste, and I am now planning other meals that I can use this sauce in. When my none vegan husband gets in, I'm going to have him try it without telling him what it is, and I know he will love it too. If I tell him it's vegan first he won't try it, and opt for a turkey sandwich instead.
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