Our oven-ready meatballs are crafted fresh every day by our butchers and are made with 100% Canadian lean ground beef. Take your pick from one of four irresistible flavours:


We put an Italian spin on this traditional recipe with two cheeses and Italian-style seasoning. When you’re craving comfort food, they’re a little taste of home.

We’ve spiced things up with a bracing jolt of sriracha.

We’ve mixed things up with sweet and salty flavours and the nuttiness of toasted sesame seeds. This is comfort food Korean-style!

We’ve added a surprise – the malty, molasses-like flavour of beer with the crunch of pretzels.


The humble meatball adds extra flavour to a variety of dishes. The next time you’re in the mood for meatballs, think beyond their spaghetti sidekick status and try one of these inspired ideas.

  1. Easy Spinach & Meatball Pasta Bake

    Transfer the mixture of fried veggies, cooked pasta and meatballs into a baking dish. Sprinkle with mozzarella and bake. Once the cheese bubbles, it’s time to kick off the pasta party!

    Best meatball choice: Italian-style

  2. Grilled Meatballs on a Bun

    For a smokin’ sandwich, douse meatballs in mango-curry barbecue sauce and grill. When ready, spoon meatballs onto each bun, garnish and enjoy.

    Best meatball choice: Korean-style

  3. Greek Meatball Kabobs

    Thread meatballs and veggies onto skewers. After roasting, serve with pita bread and a tangy dipping sauce. Perfect as an appetizer or a meal.

    Best meatball choice: Sriracha

  4. Slow Cooker Meatball Chili

    Good things definitely come to those who wait. In a slow cooker, simmer meatballs, beans, garlic, vegetables and spices for 7 hours. If using fresh, ready-to-cook meatballs add them to the slow cooker for the last hour of cooking time. To serve, simply spoon into bowls and top with cilantro.

    Best meatball choice: Sriracha

  5. Spicy Turkey Mini-Meatball Nachos

    These nachos will get gobbled up! Sprinkle tortilla chips with meatballs, tomatoes, cheese and green onions. Bake until cheese is melted, then garnish with avocado and green onions for extra deliciousness.

    Best meatball choice: Korean-style

  6. Cranberry Turkey Holiday Sliders

    For a simple party appetizer, top mini buns with cranberry sauce, spinach, Brie and a single meatball. Then watch them disappear.

    Best meatball choice: Italian-style

  7. Quick Italian Wedding Soup

    There’s nothing quite like homemade soup. Bring ready chicken broth to a boil, add meatballs and pasta and simmer for 15 minutes. Add spinach and kale, then finish with fresh parsley, grated Parmesan and a pinch of chili flakes. Delizioso!

    Best meatball choice: Italian-style

  8. Big Batch Bacon Mac & Cheese Casserole

    In a casserole dish, bake cooked pasta, cheese, creamy béchamel sauce and quartered meatballs of choice until bubbling and golden. Within 20 minutes, tender, meatball-studded noodles are ready for your indulgence.

    Best meatball choice: Sriracha

  9. Taco Meatloaf Pizza with Zesty Salad

    For a quick game-day snack, drizzle naan with tomato sauce, shredded mozzarella and meatballs (halved or quartered), and bake until cheese is melted.

    Best meatball choice: Beer and Pretzel

  10. Korean-Style Meatball & Rice Bowl

    Fluffy jasmine rice makes the perfect bed for our sticky-sweet Korean-Style Meatballs. Shredded carrot and cabbage are tossed with rice wine vinegar for a refreshing slaw. Layer rice, baby spinach, meatballs and pickled veggies, and top it all off with a fried egg.

    Best meatball choice: Korean-style

Meatball Magic

Here are a few helpful tips to ensure you get the most flavour from our oven-ready meatballs.

  • If the meatballs are not being added to a sauce, pan-fry them to get delicious caramelization and a crispy exterior.
  • Don’t overcrowd meatballs in a frying pan or on a baking tray. Giving them enough space ensures they cook and brown evenly.
  • Unsure of whether the meatballs are done? Use a meat thermometer. The internal temperature should be 165°F (74°C).
  • Cooked meatballs make a handy freezer staple. Place meatballs on a cookie sheet (not touching one another), cover with plastic wrap and freeze. Once hard, pack them into re-sealable plastic bags and return to freezer. Defrost and use as needed.