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Member's Mark Italian Style Beef Meatballs, Frozen (6 lb. bag)

by Member's Mark |
Item # 922965
Model # 06892 |

Product Details

Why We Love This

Get a taste of the Old World with these Italian-style beef meatballs. They come fully cooked—just heat and serve!

About this item

  • Fully cooked Italian style beef meatballs
  • All beef with authentic flavors
  • Great for homes, caterers and restaurants
  • 5/8 oz. appetizer-size beef meatballs
  • Net weight: 6 lbs.
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Member's Mark Italian-Style Beef Meatballs are an easy way to enjoy a savory dish as a delicious appetizer at gatherings, as well as for main entrées. 

Why Should I Use Member's Mark Italian-Style Beef Meatballs?

These flavorful meatballs are made with real beef, herbs and seasonings. The resealable package holds 6 lbs. of beef meatballs that are fully-cooked and ready to be eaten after just a couple minutes in the microwave. Keep some handy in the freezer to make tasty snacks and meals in just minutes.

Who Will Love These Beef Meatballs?

Anyone who loves classic Italian-style food made with real beef and traditional seasonings will love Member's Mark Italian Style Beef Meatballs. They're flame broiled, protein-packed and delicious, making them ideal for work and school lunches or special family dinners. Party guests will rave about these beef meatballs when used as a tasty appetizer. Hosts and hostesses will love them too since they're simple to prepare.

Simple Ways to Enjoy Italian Style Meatballs

Member's Mark Italian-Style Beef Meatballs can be enjoyed throughout the day. Serve them as sliders or bacon-wrapped appetizers at parties and on game day. Stuff these Italian-style meatballs inside crusty bread and slather with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese for homemade hoagies. Break them into pieces as meat for tacos or atop pizzas for a unique, flavorful treat. And of course, use these delicious beef meatballs to make a classic spaghetti dinner.

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