Morningstar Farms Meatballs

Guest review by: @Pretty_Veggie

Morningstar MeatballsYou’re going to laugh. I know you are. But I have to tell you these meatballs remind me of my mother’s meatballs…. and that’s a good thing!

Of course, back in the day, she made wonderful, big, meat meatballs, which she learned to make from her Italian friends in Brooklyn. The trick to making them delicious wasn’t just spices, it was adding bread to keep the meatballs soft. These meatballs are soft. Really nice and soft.

Do they taste like the meat meatballs she used to make? Or, should I say, do they taste like meat? No, they don’t taste like meat, but interestingly, they give the impression of meat, and if you’re eating pasta with sauce and cheese and want meatballs that make you think you’re eating the real thing, these are great.

When I tried these, I made the whole box and wound up putting them in the fridge. I actually ate a few out of the fridge, cold, the next day, and they were pretty good cold. Not that you’d ever eat them cold, but that just goes to show ya. They’re pretty good, hot or cold, and just think of the recipes you can put them in aside from good ‘ole spaghetti and meatballs!

They’re kosher and dairy and really worth a try.


Guest Review by
“Pretty Veggie” Mindy


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