Chances are you’re pretty busy.
When it comes to family mealtimes, it can be hard to say no to dinner in a microwavable box or from a drive-thru line.
We totally get it.
That’s why we believe that when you choose foods for convenience, you shouldn’t have to compromise your food standards or your taste buds. We believe that eating well and eating healthy are one and the same.
With the fully cooked convenience of Bilinski’s, you can eat a nutritious and satisfying meal, even on-the-go or in a pinch because we only use real, whole food ingredients.
From our family to yours, all our products are:
– Gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO and soy free
– All Natural or USDA Certified Organic
– Made from free range, antibiotic-free chickens fed a 100% vegetarian diet
– Made from skinless chicken – no chicken skins, ever
– Preservative-free – no nitrates, nitrites, or MSG
– Free of chemical herbicides & pesticides
To us, convenience also means ease of use.
On top of being fully-cooked, our products do not have a casing, making them easy to cut up and incorporate into any meal.
After opening a package of Bilinski’s, if you do not think you’ll be able to enjoy the rest of our sausages within three days, we suggest you freeze them for the freshest product possible!
Products frozen correctly can last up to six months (to a year!) in a freezer.
Here’s a pro tip from a follower (left) on how to thaw Bilinski’s for a quick midweek meal.
For delicious inspiration…
Here’s our top three favorite kinds of meals that keep things real simple:
Sheetpan meals could not be easier. Preheat an oven (generally around 350-425°) depending on what you’re roasting, but cut up some veggies (think peppers, onions and root vegetables) and Bilinski’s, toss lightly in oil and get baking!
Serve over brown rice or quinoa and you’re set!
What could be better than not only an easy meal, but an easy clean-up? One pot pastas rock! Simply use a large pasta pot or deep pan (wok) and over medium high heat, combine pasta, onions and the rest of your ingredients (veggies) and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, until pasta is cooked through and liquid has reduced, generally about 8-10 minutes. Halfway through add sliced Bilinski’s for extra flavor.
(Left: Apple Chardonnay Bilinski’s, white wine, kale and mustard lemon sauce pasta; Right: Wild Mushroom Bilinski’s, peas and garlic white sauce linguine — all made in one pot!)
All you need for make-ahead muffin cups: eggs + diced Bilinski’s and veggies + cheese + spices + dash of milk/milk substitute into a muffin pan. Cook until fluffy!
Minutes of prep for meals all week. These freezer really well, too!