Total Time
2hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Great for a party

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place ketchup, bbq sauce and brown sugar in crock-pot and stir.
  2. Add in lil smokies and stir again.
  3. Cook in crock-pot on low for 2 hours.
  4. *I usually double or triple this recipe, depending on how many people are coming over. There are never any left over no matter how many I make.
Most Helpful

I made these for Christmas for snacking on during the day. They were AWESOME, and oh so easy! After 2 hours, I turned the setting to "warm" so they would stay warm for munching but wouldn't overcook. Wouldn't change a thing -- it's a keeper! Thanks for sharing :)

megs_ December 25, 2011

I am making this tomorrow for a potluck and made a small "test" batch tonight. I had looked at other recipes on here that had many rave reviews but I was not so sure about them since they excluded barbecue sauce which I think is key in the flavor I was looking for. I came accross this recipe and knew it was perfect! After tasting it tonight I know it will be a huge hit at the potluck!! Thanks so much for posting!

Satine456 December 09, 2008

I really like this recipe because it's simple and doesn't have a lot of ingredients in it. It tastes great and was a hit at a recent gathering I had. My fam loved the sweet hickory flavored lil smokies. I used sweet baby rays hickory brown sugar bbq sauce!

EKNOKE01 April 28, 2015