14 Reviews

I changed it up a little but really enjoyed it. I lessened the ketchup and upped the soy sauce and used quite a bit of butter. I put it all in the food processor as I was worried about garlic chunks. We had it that evening at a party and it was good. The leftovers the next night were outstanding.

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Krista Roes February 13, 2009

My first time making meatballs - it was delicious! I used ground round and there was virtually nothing to drain after baking - very lean. The meatballs tasted delicious even before adding sauce. The sauce was sweet and delicious! I froze ahead and then folowed crockpot re-heating instructions - worked great!

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aprilharris2001 May 23, 2005

I made this last night. It was very good. I didn't think there was enough sauce for all the meatballs but it worked out perfectly - they were nicely coated, looked wonderful and tasted great.

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Toadflax May 09, 2005

I served this on top of rice to make a meal. <br/>This is a great recipe. I was a little leary about adding milk to the mix and it didn't look all or that appetizing. It turned out great. The milk allowed the meatballs to stay moist. I used this recipe for dinner instead of an appetizer for dinner. I changed the recipe just a little. I seasoned my ground turkey a little with seasoning salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and a little crushed red peppers. I added a little hickory bbq sauce to the mix which gave it great flavor. To give it some heat I added crushed red peppers to the sauce as well. I used ground turkey which was great. After I added the meatballs to the sauce. I cut up a red, green, yellow pepper and onion and sauteed them in olive oil in a separate skillet. I also had some canned pineapple chunks and I drained the the pineapples and cut them up a little smaller and added them to the mix. This gave it an Asian Fusion. (If I had some sesame seeds I would have probably sprinkled that in the mix as well). <br/>Great dish for a party or dinner....YUM!!!

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Loren19 February 07, 2014

LOVED THIS RECIPE!! It was super tangy in my opinion so i added about 3 Tbs of grape Jelly to the sauce and that really smoothed things out (everything was followed to a T!)

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Morgan07 October 07, 2013

I've made these a few times and they are always a hit! Thanks for sharing.

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Ladykat December 18, 2012

Very good! The BF LOVED them! I thought there wouldn't be enough sauce, but there was plenty. Makes a huge serving. I did, however, have to add another cup of bread crumbs so they would stick.

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adrran78 March 19, 2010

I really didn't care for this recipe at all...I couldn't place my finger on what was more overpowering the ketcup or the honey...just too sweet somehow!

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Gehrig and Celia's Mom September 01, 2007

I have made this recipe several times now, and it always turns out great. These meatballs are very delicious and the garlic adds a nice touch. This makes quite a lot.

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Steph Doll November 19, 2006
Honey Garlic Appetizer Meatballs