Article submitted by a new reader of the blog, David from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
One of the things I love about Costco is that, despite being a warehouse type store, they often manage to offer multiple options for many products. A case in point are the chicken sausages they have for sale!
I love chicken sausages. They taste great and have less fat and cholesterol than traditional pork and beef sausages. When I am eating chicken sausages I can at least pretend that I am eating healthy. By the way, they are especially great when sliced thin and used as a topping for the Costco Caesar Salad!
Costco is currently offering chicken sausages from the following brands:
- Chef Bruce Aidells
The sausages from all of these brands are pre-cooked and ready to eat.
Aidells’ Chicken and Apple Sausage
Bruce Aidells was a pioneer in the poultry sausage marketplace. His brand has developed a lot of different flavors and there are a ton of great recipes on the company’s website.
I have tried lots of different Aidells products and the apple flavored sausage is one of my favorites.
Amylou’s Andouille Chicken Sausage
Amylou Foods started in 1992 out of Chicago as a side business from an existing sausage shop.
Amylou has developed a lot of interesting chicken products and even has a line of chicken bacon!
The sausage they are selling at Costco is an andouille style that is being marketed as Paleo friendly.
Sabatino’s Basil and Black Pepper Chicken Sausage
Sabatino’s is based out of California and traces its food styling origins to Palermo, Italy.
The Sabatino sausage at Costco is the Paleo friendly Basil and Black pepper flavor that they feature in this amazing recipe for Keto Corndogs!
Which of These Sausages is the Best?
I wish I could tell you that Brand XYZ is the absolute best option so I could make your shopping decision easy.
However, the reality is that all of these brands are great and the flavor profiles of the sausages are so different from each other that a Head to Head taste comparison wouldn’t make any sense.
I think it would be fun to hear what other folks think about these sausages and learn which ones are their favorites!