Member's Mark Spinach & Asiago Chicken Sausage (16 links)
Why We Love This
Expand your grilling horizons with this heat-and-serve chicken sausage. Infused with Asiago and mozzarella cheeses and fresh spinach, it’s oh-so savory.
About this item
- Sausage made with Asiago and mozzarella cheeses, spinach, onion and garlic
- Fully cooked—just heat and serve
- Add to your favorite pasta, pizza, omelet, and salad
- Serve on its own as the perfect appetizer
Member’s Mark Spinach and Asiago Chicken Sausage offers a great flavor in a lean protein-packed package.
How Do You Eat Member’s Mark Spinach and Asiago Chicken Sausage?
The flavors of the sausage make it very unique but also very versatile. If you typically like some tasty protein as part of a balanced breakfast, try adding some cut-up sausage to your omelet or frittata. Cook the sausage beforehand and then add it to the egg mixture. If you prefer a barbecue lunch instead, try throwing a few Member’s Mark Spinach and Asiago Chicken Sausages on the grill. Grab a hot dog bun and add some grilled onions and mustard for a tangy, meaty addition to potato salad and coleslaw. If pasta hits the spot for you, combine fettuccine, broccoli, Alfredo sauce and chicken sausage for a creamy, tasty dinner. This sausage can be combined with a wide variety of recipes.
Why Choose Chicken Sausage?
Chicken sausage has been gaining popularity over recent years as more and more people become health conscious. The lean meat combined with very unique ingredients like apple and spinach makes the sausage a great alternative to fattier foods.
Easy to Prepare
These days, it seems like there is constant pressure to accomplish more within the same amount of time. Eating healthy food under this kind of pressure is a challenge. Fast food options are all around and they offer very little in the form of healthy food choices. Member's Mark Spinach and Asiago Chicken Sausages are fully cooked. All you have to do is give them a quick heating up. That means you can have a healthier lunch or dinner in a matter minutes instead of hours while skipping the fast food restaurants.