Crock Pot Meatballs made with just grape jelly and barbecue sauce? Yes! This Crock Pot Meatball Recipe is easy and people ALWAYS love this recipe. Be a hero this holiday season and TRY THIS RECIPE!
Crock Pot Meatball Recipe
Here is my favorite recipe for meatballs. I love it because it is so simple and it only takes a few seconds to put the pot down, set it up and go. Let's face it, when it comes to holidays, match day or any special occasion, everyone loves a cauldron full of tasty meatballs. I know my family can't get enough of this super easy recipe and that's why I keep making them over and over.
I went a little crazy when I photographed this recipe and I probably included too many photos in this post. What can I say, I was hungry during the editing process!
I always make this dish for our Christmas Eve festivities, but these easy-to-prepare meatballs are also great as a simple weekday dinner. We often serve them on rice with some vegetables as an accompaniment. They are so plentiful and plentiful. Even children love them and that says a lot.
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They're also a great appetizer for the day of play and I always make them with my amazing mini peppers stuffed with sausage on Super Bowl Sunday!
Sure, you can make your own meatballs and make a special sauce from scratch, but why? Seriously, there are times for complicated dishes and there are times when you just want to throw some proven ingredients in your trusty jar and know that what comes out will be super delicious. This crockpot meatball recipe is what you want in those moments!
It's funny, because the first time I tried this recipe, I was pretty skeptical. I mean, frozen prepared meatballs, grape jelly and barbecue sauce? Really?
Yes, oh, yes. It’s so good!
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If you end up trying my easy slow cooker meatball recipe this holiday season, I'd love to hear what you and your family have to say about it. Please leave a comment below to share your comments. Do you make your meatballs in a different way? I would also love to hear your ideas for modification in the comments!
If you're looking for the most amazing party appetizers, check out one of my favorite recipes, these bacon wrapped water chestnuts!
1 bottle (2 1/2 cups) grape jelly (I used Welch's Concord grape jelly.)
1 18 oz. bottle of barbecue sauce (I used Sweet Baby Ray & # 39; s)
1 pkg. (2 lb.) frozen prepared meatballs
Add the grape jelly and barbecue sauce to a slow cooker, stir to mix well. Stir in meatballs to coat. Cover and cook on high for 3 to 3 1/2 hours, stirring halfway through cooking.