C T's Swedish Meatballs (Crockable)

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Total Time
5hrs 5mins
5 mins
5 hrs

Very creamy comfort food. Originally made as OAMC CrockPot meal, and it froze very well. Originally called for yogurt, which separated, so use full-fat sour cream instead. Uses pre-made meatballs (yours or store-bought).

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  1. If preparing immediately: Thaw meatballs. Place meatballs in CrockPot. Add all additional ingredients. Cook on LOW for 4-5 hours.
  2. If freezing: Place meatballs in a large freezer zip bag. Add all additional ingredients. Label bag, then double bag.
  3. To cook from frozen: thaw bag in refrigerator 24 hours. Empty contents into CrockPot and cook on LOW for 4-5 hours.
  4. To serve either way: cook 2 cups wide whole wheat or white, egg or eggless noodles. Or cook 2 cups brown rice. Serve meatballs and sauce over noodles or rice.
  5. Good with green beans, beets, carrots, dark green salad.
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5 5

Made for Spring PAC 2013 and these were delicious and rich. I followed the instructions but next time I might use some yogurt for the sour cream or cut back on both the sour cream and cream cheese but with your C T's Zucchini Casserole#244236 and mashed garlic potatoes this dinner was a hit and one I will make again. Thank you for posting.

5 5

These might not be Swedish Meatballs but they are CT's Swedish Meatballs. Ever since I started buying Costco frozen meatballs (I think they call them Italian) I don't make mine from scratch very much anymore and look for recipes like this. I liked the change with the beef gravy ingredient. I make gravy from scratch & freeze into cubes till I need some. We don't like real creamy so I cut the sauce in 1/2, increased the meatballs 4 oz & used 5 oz egg noodles at the end & it was perfect for us. I like using yogurt vs sour cream so I tryed adding in the last 30-60 min of cooking & it seemed to work fine (no seperation). Quick, easy & tasty recipe, thanks for sharing.

3 5

This was good, but it really didn't taste like Swedish meatballs to us. I have never known swedish meatballs to be this creamy and cheesy tasting. If I make this one again, I will probably take out some of the sour cream and cream cheese. Thanks for sharing.