Post sponsored by Rosina Meatballs. All opinions remain my own.
There are so many ways to use meatballs that you’ll want to make sure to head to Kroger and stock up while Rosina Meatballs are B1G1 free. I love when we have these amazing sales. If you already loaded your $1.50 Kroger Digital Coupon when I told you about it earlier in the week, use that to pay as low as $1.99. Please note that the coupon is no longer available to load though.
I don’t know about you but spaghetti and meatballs never get old. Not only spaghetti but my family loves meatball subs, meatball flatbread, Italian meatball kabobs and more. I really could go on because we LOVE meatballs.
Rosina has four different varieties on the shelves at Kroger including Italian Style (available in 26 oz or 52 oz bags), Homestyle and Gluten Free. You’ll want to pick up more than one bag so you can add these to your family meal rotation.
Rosina Meatballs are oven-baked, fully cooked and are made with only the finest and freshest ingredients. That means our only job is to heat up and serve.
Rosina Italian Style Meatballs
The Rosina Italian Style Meatballs will make a delicious appetizer or entree dish. Made with high-quality beef, pork, and chicken, these meatballs are flavored with Romano cheese and added with bread crumbs for a distinct taste. The protein-rich meatballs are pre-cooked to save prep time and effort.
Rosina Homestyle Meatballs
Rosina Homestyle Meatballs are made with quality ingredients and no preservatives. Rosina meatballs are oven-baked for a smart choice, then sear-sealed to lock in taste. They’re quick, convenient, and easy to prepare and serve for lunch, dinner or at your next party for your family and friends to enjoy! Add more flavor and texture to your favorite dishes with this pack of Rosina Homestyle Meatballs.
Head into Kroger by September 13th to take advantage of this hot sale. If you have the freezer space, add a few more to your grocery carts!! Plan your menu and add some Rosina meatballs to your shopping list. Dinner will be delicious and ready in no-time. I hope you’re ready to save like me on these Rosina Meatballs at Kroger!
I love Kroger bc of coupons and digital coupons.
Thank you! I was able to take advantage of this deal at Dillon’s (Kroger owned). Our meatballs were $8.49 before the B.O.G.O. though. I did have the $1.50 coupon though, so final price was $6.99 for two bags. We heat these in the airfryer.
Shirley A Smith
Love shopping at Kroger’s and glad to get discount prices there as well.
I am looking for ways to save money on groceries.