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!

Grilled Eggplant with Tomatoes and Feta – 3 Points

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.

Pumpkin Pie Recipe for Christmas- 3 Points

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.

Green Olive and Lemon Chicken Recipe – 2 Points

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


  1. Kaleena Salgueiro

    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

    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!

  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

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

  5. Meredith Hertzler

    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!