al fresco All Natural recently entered the meatball business launching two fresh, healthy varieties of gourmet chicken meatballs. al fresco Gourmet Chicken Meatballs are all natural chicken meatballs with 60% less fat and 40% less sodium than traditional beef and pork meatballs. The new gourmet chicken meatballs are fully cooked, so they are a quick and easy way to add flavor to your favorite recipes, without a lot of fat, sodium, or calories, and were rated a 5 out of 5 on flavor by focus group participants.

hanks to al fresco All Natural, I had the pleasure of reviewing both he Tomato & Basil and Ginger Teriyaki chicken meatballs. I used the Tomato & Basil meatballs in a fettuccine dish. I cooked the fettuccine, tossed it with some tomato basil pesto, and added the Tomato & Basil meatballs. The dish was absolutely delicious and the all natural chicken meatballs were definitely the star of the plate. They were scrumptious! Check out the photos below of the Tomato & Basil chicken meatball dish I created:

al fresco tomato & basil chicken meatballs al fresco tomato & basil chicken meatballs tossed with fettucine and pesto

For the Ginger Teriyaki chicken meatballs, I created an Asian dish using cellophane noodles, a frozen stir fry vegetable mix, and a seasoning packet. This dish was also very good although the ginger flavor was a little much for me (I’m not a huge fan of ginger), but I still gobbled it up. The only complaint I have about the meatballs is that the package is a little difficult to open (I almost lost some meatballs… kinda like that old schoolhouse song).

al fresco All Natural Gourmet Chicken Meatballs are definitely on my to-buy list and will be a staple in my household from here on out. I highly recommend you try them for yourself!

If you’d like to win some al fresco All Natural Gourmet Chicken Meatballs to try them for yourself, hop on over to my other blog, Freebie Spot, and enter the giveaway! Good luck! Giveaway ended.

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One Response to A Healthified Meatball? al fresco Proves it Can Happen!

  1. Alisa says:

    I followed you from the foodie blog roll and I’d love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this meatball widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about meatballs,Thanks!

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