Review: Cooked Perfect Gluten-Free Meatballs
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Mar 15 2013

Review: Cooked Perfect Gluten-Free Meatballs

Gluten-free pasta is a staple in our house.  Jon loves a big bowl of pasta before a hockey game and it is often his top choice, after Chipotle, for refueling as well.  Since eating the same pasta dish repeatedly gets old, I try to mix things up by adding meatballs or changing the pasta sauce, though Jon only likes marinara and Alfredo. 

When my schedule is busy making meatballs from scratch can be a challenge.  Fortunately I have found a delicious stand-in:

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I was pleasantly surprised to see this in the freezer section of my local Meijer store right along side the non-gluten-free Cooked Perfect meatballs.  More about the gluten-free meatballs:

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I can’t believe how easy it was to heat up these meatballs, toss with Jon’s favorite marinara sauce and serve. 

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I didn’t mention when I served this meal to Jon that the meatballs were any different from the ones we make from scratch.  He did notice that they were not the same, but he enjoyed them, just the same.  In fact, the following day he asked for just a bowl of meatballs and sauce for a snack.  I see lots of fun creations in our future…meatballs subs, meatball pizza…the possibilities are endless!

Ingredients: Beef, pork, water, textured soy flour, soy protein concentrate, rice flour, seasoning (spices (including basil and oregano), spice extractives on a dextrose carrier, dehydrated garlic, onion powder), salt. 

The 28 ounce bag of meatballs contains approximately 28 meatballs and retails for approximately $6.99.  To see where you can find the Cooked Perfect Gluten-Free Meatballs close to you, click here

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Kimberly Bouldin is a gluten-free wife, runner & blogger with two children in Columbus, Ohio. After her celiac diagnosis in 2006, she has made it her mission to embrace an entirely new approach to nutrition in a gluten-free world, exploring options that run the gamut from "made from scratch" homemade bread to sampling and reviewing the gluten-free prepared foods that are continuously being introduced to the market. While navigating the waters of becoming gluten-free, Kim shares her experiences and passes along valuable product reviews in addition to helping other moms of celiac kids develop healthy menus that are kid-friendly and palatable. Kimberly is a valuable resource for those who are newly diagnosed, as well as for the more seasoned gluten-free veterans. Follow Kim on Twitter!

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