Amylu Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Meatballs
These Amylu Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Meatballs can be found in the prepared meats section at Costco, near the cheeses and ready-to-bake meals.
According to the most recent information we were able to find, these meatballs are being sold at Costco locations across the country for $14.99 per package. Each package contains about 60 meatballs and weighs just under 3 pounds.
Unfortunately, Costco does not sell these pineapple meatballs online.
Ingredients & Nutrition
Here is the official ingredients list according to the Amy Lou website…
As you can see, these meatballs contain soy, but they do not contain any other known allergens. They are also 100% gluten free and pork free.
In one serving of these meatballs (4 meatballs), you will be consuming 150 calories from 7 grams of fat, 70 mg of cholesterol, 750 mg of sodium, 8 grams of carbs, 4 grams of sugar, and 14 grams of protein.
The good news is that these meatballs are fairly high in protein while being relatively low in carbs and cholesterol. However, they contain high levels of sodium, which is fairly common for prepared meat products like this.
How To Make / Serve
Unfortunately, the packaging on these meatballs does not offer any prep instructions. So, we did some digging to find out the best ways to heat them up…
One of the most popular ways to prepare these meatballs is in the air fryer. Check out this recipe from Kitchen Strategist, which only takes about 10 minutes.
You can also prepare these meatballs in the oven by simply preheating your oven to 350°F and then baking the meatballs on an oven safe tray for about 15 minutes (from frozen). If you store your meatballs in the refrigerator, they won’t need to be baked for quite as long.
These meatballs are fully cooked when you buy them, so all you need to do is reheat them. Regardless of how you prepare them, be sure to heat them to a minimum internal temperature of 165°F.
We also turned to Reddit where we found a ton of different ideas from Costco shoppers of how to serve these meatballs. Many people suggest using them on skewers, serving them with rice, or even using them as a stuffing for potstickers.
This Reddit thread offers some helpful ideas…
More Reddit users weigh in…
And finally, check out this impressive meal prep idea!