Trader Joe’s Turkey Meatballs Make for an Easy Lunch or Dinner
Sometimes when you get in from work, or at lunch you don’t feel like preparing anything that you really have to cook. The thought of coming in after a long morning of meetings, and calls, or after a long day of work, and actually cooking gives me a headache thinking about it. But, as you know Trader Joe’s can usually help!
I know some of us still cook our meals, and enjoy the prep, but more of us don’t. The problem is many of the fast foods you can buy at the local Mc Donald’s, or Wendy’s are not that healthy, and even those frozen meals from the big chain grocery stores are full of stuff that most of us can’t pronounce.
I know myself, being a single person, the microwave and I are best friends, and without it I think that I would starve. That is why the fully cooked Turkey Meatballs from Trader Joe’s are a must have on my grocery shopping list. This is one of the many foods you can get from your local Trader Joe’s that is not only quick to make, but also pretty healthy for you too!
Myself, I have them different ways, but most often either with Trader Joe’s # 99 Marinara Sauce which is rich and hearty, and really is a nice accompaniment. Sometimes, especially at lunch time I will have my turkey meatball with Trader Joe’s Ketchup, which tastes great too! Of course, I may be biased, since I love the taste of ketchup, which I know is weird.
Certainly there are other ways to serve them, and I know there are some great recipes in this and other Trader Joe’s recipe books, but I like to keep things simple.
Trader Joe’s Turkey Meatballs Nutrition Information
Containing no flavors, preservatives, or artificial colors these turkey meatballs are pretty healthy for you as well as tasty! You can heat a whole bag (6 servings) in about 7 minutes in your typical 1200 watt microwave. Heat with the marinara included (don’t forget to cover with a paper towel before heating), or heat plain, and just add ketchup or any other seasoning. You can eat them plain too!
The package includes a total of 6 servings, which is 2 meatballs each.
100 calories per serving
4 g of fat
5 g of carbohydrates
12 g of protein
2 g of fiber
Your Comments or Thoughts
Have you tried Trader Joe’s Turkey Meatballs yet, and if so what did you think? Did you douse them in a sauce, add them to a recipe, eat them with ketchup, or perhaps plain? Share your thoughts by posting your comments below, I look forward to reading them!
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