Crowd favorite we’re reviewing today are the frozen Beef Costco Meatballs. The Kirkland All-Beef Italian Style frozen Meatballs from Costco are a super versatile meal shortcut that we use in so many ways. You can serve Kirkland meatballs as an appetizer or as part of your entrée for dinner, and even use them in recipes to substitute ground beef or or beef.
Maybe these frozen Kirkland Signature Beef meatballs are a fan fave because they are easy? Or maybe because they taste great? We think both. Here’s a list of a whole bunch of meal ideas you can make using these Kirkland Beef Frozen Meatballs from Costco. See our review, calories and nutritional panel, ingredient list and pricing below!
- My Review of Kirkland Meatballs from Costco
- What We Love About Costco Meatballs
- Costco Price and Item Number
- Kirkland Frozen All Beef Meatballs Costco Nutrition Facts
- What We Don't Love About Kirkland Meatballs from Costco
- Servings Suggestions and Recipes for Kirkland Meatballs at Costco
- Ingredients in Costco Meatballs
My Review of Kirkland Meatballs from Costco
If you have kids like me, chances are you need to have at least a few quick and easy and reasonably healthy-ish meal options on hand that can go from freezer (or pantry) to table in under 20 minutes. Whether soccer practice runs too late to make the planned dinner, the planned meat never got defrosted, 4 extra kids end up at your house for dinner or [fill in the blank..it’s always something new!]…these Costco meatballs fit the bill. In short, we approve of the Kirkland Frozen Beef Meatballs!
Yes, I’m Italian. Yes, I make real homemade meatballs. Yes, mine are better. But, mine take hours to make. HOURS. Sometimes I make them ahead and freeze them, but sometimes I just don’t get a chance to meal prep them…cue Costco frozen beef meatballs. Always there, no prep required. From the freezer to ready in minutes via microwave if needed in a pinch (and that means big kids can zap them by themselves!). And not bad all considering!
What We Love About Costco Meatballs
- 12 Grams of Protein
- 4 Net Carbs
- 230 Calories Per Serving
- Fully Cooked
- No Sauce Means More Serving Options
Costco Price and Item Number
Kirkland Signature Beef Meatballs 6lbs is Costco item number 88744 and costs $19.99 in-store at Costco.
Last Price Update: 9/15/2023
Department: Frozen Food
You can also order the Costco Italian Style Beef Meatballs from Same Day Costco for about $23.39.
Kirkland Frozen All Beef Meatballs Costco Nutrition Facts
Each serving of the Costco Italian Style Beef Frozen Meatballs is 5 meatballs (90g) and has 230 calories, 18 grams of fat, 5 grams of carbs, 1 gram of fiber, and 12 grams of protein. Please reference the meatballs costco nutrition label below for additional nutrition facts.
What We Don’t Love About Kirkland Meatballs from Costco
While the sodium is in line with most other fully pre-made foods, those watching their sodium or sensitive to salt should be mindful of the sodium content.
Servings Suggestions and Recipes for Kirkland Meatballs at Costco
Check out these dinner recipes and serving suggestions using Costco Kirkland Signature Frozen All Beef Meatballs – most of them can be made in less than 30 minutes and all of them are easy. You’ll love these simple meal ideas for quick dinners!
Ingredients in Costco Meatballs
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