Watch out dear readers, this recipe for Crock-Pot Hawaiian Meatballs is going to knock your socks off. These meatballs are mighty addictive. I actually made a double batch of this recipe in my large 7-quart slow cookerand took these to a potluck event at the kids school and they were a HUGE hit and not a single meatball was left. I was so sad.
But not really because later that week I made another batch and served these tasty meatballs over some sticky rice and a bag of frozen stir-fry vegetables that I cooked up with just some sesame oil and minced garlic and we had these for dinner.
The entire family gobbled these up…totally a kid friendly meal!
This is one of those recipes that has minimal prep – cut your bell peppers, mix your sauce and dump everything in the Crock-Pot, turn it on and let it cook away!
You just cannot go wrong with this recipe folks and there are only 5 ingredients which makes it just super easy to make.
I urge you to try this recipe yourself and either make it for dinner or as an appetizer for your next get together. You won’t be disappointed, I promise!
This simple recipe for Crock-Pot Hawaiian Meatballs is a crowd pleaser, You can easily double this recipe and cook in a larger slow cooker (6-7 quart) and take to your next pot-luck party. Or, serve over some rice with a side of stir-fry vegetables for a quick and easy family-friendly main dish!
1 (18 Oz.) Jar Pineapple Preserves (I used Smucker’s brand)
Hi Heidi here, I am a busy mother of 5 children ages 22, 16, 11 and 9 year old twins. I have a passion for cooking and sharing my adventures in the kitchen and in life. In my spare time I also enjoy reading, watching movies, gardening and spending time with family and friends.
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