Casual Gourmet Chicken Sausage

Perfect for a quick lunch or dinner idea, this low calorie Casual Gourmet Chicken Sausage is incredibly delicious! They come in a variety of flavor combinations, but the Roasted Red Pepper and Spinach Chicken Sausage is just 3 Points. And thy are very nicely sized! Try them in a low calorie hot dog bun, mixed into your favorite pasta recipe, grilled with some veggies, or just eat it cold and dipped in mustard! There are tons of ways you can prepare this chicken sausage, and I love that it’s already pre-cooked, so if I’m in a pinch and need to make something quickly, I can just re-heat them and have them on my plate in minutes. Keep reading to learn more!

Casual Gourmet Chicken Sausage

Available in 2 lb and 3 lb packages, these pork free Roasted Red Pepper and Spinach chicken sausages are all natural and have no nitrates or MSG, which is a big deal in my book. They have that delicious taste of a higher fat sausage, but these are a much healthier version! I bought mine at Costco, but they are available in a few other stores too, so make sure to check your local retailers. Here’s what Casual Gourmet says about it’s natural chicken sausages:

  • All-Natural Chicken
  • N0 Artificial Ingredients
  • No Trans Fats
  • No MSG – No Nitrites*
  • High Protein/Low Carb
  • Pork Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Fully Cooked—Just Heat & Serve

Serving size is 1 sausage
Each serving = 3 Points

PER SERVING: 120 calories; 5g fat; 1g carbohydrates; 15g protein; 1g fiber

5 Comments

  1. Kaleena Salgueiro Reply

    I love these sausages! I want to try the other flavors but they are like 4-5 pts+ depending. i feel guilty eating them when i know they have these that are just 3 points! lol 

  2. GiGi Eats Celebrities Reply

    OMG! I remember when Casual Gourmet used to have chicken patties (with no casing)… SO DELICIOUS! I miss them so much, I haven’t seen them in years. They were 100 calories per patty, totally sinless! Darn, they need to recreate them!

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  3. Anyone know where I can find these? I noticed someone mentioned Costco but I’m not a member. Thanks.

  4. Robin @ The Balanced Life Reply

    Thank you! I’m always looking for nitrate-free items. Will be looking for them at Costco soon :)

  5. Meredith Hertzler Reply

    I found these at Costco a few weeks back in the mega-huge pack. It was maybe 15 links total? Crazy. I was thrilled that they were only 3 + points! We put them in pasta, red beans and rice, with roasted veggies. LOVE THEM!

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