Crock-Pot Party Meatballs

Crock-Pot Party Meatballs Today I made two versions of Party Meatballs.  This recipe was one and then #2 was made with Cranberry Sauce.    This recipe, the flavors of the Chili Sauce and Grape Jelly combined nicely.  No one taste was over-powering the other.   A nice and quick appetizer to serve to a crowd.

Crock-Pot Party Meatballs
Crock-Pot Party Meatballs
Crock-Pot Party Meatballs
Crock-Pot Party Meatballs
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Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 180minutes
Ingredients
  • 32 Oz. Meatballs (Frozen, precooked. Can use either a bag of store bought or make your own homemade cooked meatballs)
  • 12 Oz. Chili Sauce (1 jar such as Heinz brand)
  • 16 Oz. Grape Jelly (1 jar)
Ingredients
  • 32 Oz. Meatballs (Frozen, precooked. Can use either a bag of store bought or make your own homemade cooked meatballs)
  • 12 Oz. Chili Sauce (1 jar such as Heinz brand)
  • 16 Oz. Grape Jelly (1 jar)
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Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 180minutes
Instructions
  1. Combine ingredients in crock-pot.
  2. Cook on low for 3 hours.
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  1. Christina says

    Instead of chill sauce, have you ever tried Salsa? You can choose your desired ‘heat’ level, and with the Grape Jelly makes an awesome Sweet & Sour flavour.

  2. Claire says

    The meatballs look okay. The presentation takes away from them looking more appetizing . A real plate instead if styrofoam would have helped. Otherwise they look like a bunch of meatballs from the school cafeteria steam line. IJS.

  3. Margie Clark says

    Have you ever tried out with cocktail sauce? That’s what I use along with the grape jelly…. very yummy!

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