Chicken Hearts

Chicken Hearts

.85 lb
$9.00 /lb.
Avg. 14.4 oz.

What you’re getting

Whole hearts from pasture raised chickens.

.7 - 1.04 lb.

Raw. Frozen. Keep frozen or refrigerated.

A step up from muscle meat

If you’re ready to expand your palate beyond the American taste for only muscle meats, heart is the perfect first step. You can reap the enormous health benefits of organ meats with a very mild flavor (the heart is still a muscle, after all!).

Cooking tips

If you’re especially nervous, chop the hearts and include them in your next batch of ground beef tacos or spaghetti. Or jump right in and just sauté them with butter and garlic. They might be your new favorite. Just make sure to show your kids before you start cooking—if they’re anything like mine, they’ll be enthralled at the chance to see a bunch of real, miniature hearts, and more likely to try them once cooked.


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How we raise our chickens

Chickens have a superpower: turning weeds and bugs into delicious, nutritious meat. We rotate our birds frequently to fresh ground, where they excitedly chase bugs and strip plants down to the stem. We also offer them a natural peanut-meal based feed mix and, of course, never give them antibiotics or any other pharmaceuticals. For more information about our farm’s practices, check out Our Standards.