Costco Meatballs, Kirkland Signature Italian Style Meatballs, 6 lbs

6 pounds of delicious Costco meatballs! Grab a bag of these Kirkland Signature Italian Style Frozen Meatballs the next time you’re at Costco. You can find them in the frozen section next to the prepared foods. They are beef meatballs that are already cooked & can be used in a variety of ways. Eat them in a meatball sandwich, warm them up in a slow cooker with pasta sauce or stick a toothpick in them and serve as an appetizer. The nice thing about being frozen and already cooked is that they are perfect for the “I forgot to prepare or dinner” nights. If you have to, you can microwave them, but I would recommend pan frying them with a little water and a lid in order to steam some moisture back into them……..they are frozen after all.

Costco Meatballs

These Costco meatballs do contain 12 grams of protein per serving, however, you need to watch out for the fat and saturated fat content. They contain 18g total fat & 7g saturated fat. At only $17.99 that comes out to less than $3 per pound. That’s a relatively good deal for beef prices these days. These aren’t going to be close to your mothers homemade meatballs, but with a little sauce you can whip yourself up a tasty and inexpensive meal.

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I’ve recommended this in several other posts & I will keep recommending it. Get yourself an Instant Pot because they are so versatile. You can slow cook these meatballs or pressure cook them from frozen in minutes. It’ll save you so much valuable time. Please click the link and read the reviews. You’ll see why these Instant Pots are so popular……..

Price: $17.99, Item Number: 88744

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7 thoughts on “Costco Meatballs, Kirkland Signature Italian Style Meatballs, 6 lbs

  1. Are these small meatballs like the ones at IKEA? How do they compare to Swedish meatballs? (Does Costco sell other types of meatballs?)

  2. As of January 2022, these are now $21.99 at my Costco. I stopped buying these when their price was increased to $15.99.

    1. Well…at least the first 2 ingredients are ground beef & water, so that’s a good thing. We don’t eat them too often, but they are nice to have around for quick meals/snacks

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