Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

A very simple recipe that tastes much more extravagant than its humble ingredients.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 lb johnsonville Little Smokies sausage
  • 14 cup yellow mustard
  • 12 cup grape jelly


  1. In a sauce pan place all the ingredients.
  2. Warm it on low simmer until the grape jelly and mustard combine to form a yummy sauce. (Approximately 20 minutes).
  3. People will not believe that the sauce is only grape jelly and mustard. You can make up something that sounds more expensive if you wish.
  4. Works nicely in a crock pot as well.
Most Helpful

The first batch was good, but the second I let it simmer for the whole 20 minutes, and they came out delicious.

crcade June 18, 2011

I grew up with my mom's grape jelly & chili sauce meatballs, so I figured this might be just as good. I missed that extra kick from the chili sauce, but the mustard still tasted fine. These were very well recieved by everyone,but especially my picky toddler who ate at least 8 of them herself! I think a little garlic powder or fresh minced garlic next time would spice them up a bit. Thanks for sharing! Adopted through the PAC Spring 2008 orphanage.

**Tinkerbell** May 17, 2008

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