By LAURIE on March 25, 2006
"I think this is a Mr. Food recipe but I saw it made on a news broadcast. It's awesome served with rice and oh so easy!! They used one of those new crock pot liners and so did I and it does make for super quick cleanup."
Serving Size: 1 (70 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"Mmmmm so good. I served these with some fried rice and a veggie. We ate this dish for a main meal and we loved it. The pineapples were sticky sweet and the meatballs had such a great flavor. Thank you for sharing with us."
"These are easy and always so popular. I bring them into a local pub where people bring food in on game days. I always go home empty."
"These turned out really good! I added an onion, a little extra pineapple juice, and some sriracha, because we love things spicy. I served over spicy sauted cabbage. Yum!"
"I made this yesterday for an office potluck and it was a big hit! Everyone was raving about it. I added onions too but forgot to add the red bell peppers, nevertheless, it was really good. Thank you for sharing this recipe."
"Made this last weekend for my family and we loved it! Even my teenage son who is a picky eater. We added 1/2 red onion to the recipe, may add the full onion next time. I love that it used frozen meatballs, and they didn't have to be thawed or heated separately first. This recipe is a definite keeper!"
"Great taste, had these last night at Bunco and they were fantastic!"
"I made these for my husbands birthday party. They were awesome. Everyone loved them and they were all gone before i knew it. Next time i will def make a double batch!"
"This was excellent. I made a double batch in my crock pot for a teacher's luncheon at school. I omitted the red pepper and added a chopped sweet onion. I usually make my own meatballs but in the interest of time I used WalMart's generic brand meatballs - they were actually really good. My kids and husband enjoyed the leftovers. I will definitely be making this again."
"This was a great, easy recipe. I reduced the pineapple to an 8 oz can of pineapple tidbits and used the juice as well. I also added a medium chopped onion and left out the red bell pepper. It took about four to five hours on low. I didn't know how much two and half pounds of meatballs were so I guessed for the amount of sauce that recipe made. It turned out great."
"This was very simple and tasted great. I'd add onions next time."
"These were very good for very little time and effort. Next time i make these I plan to add a few extra veggies...maybe some onion and a little more pepper and pineapple - and then double the sauce ingredients."
"AWESOME dish! I made these for an office potluck and they were a hit! Totally easy. Just dump the ingredients in the crock pot and forget about it. Will definitely make these again next time!"
"I made these for an office luncheon where the theme was "Hawaiian Luau". Everyone loved them! So easy to make and full of flavor. Thanks for sharing!"
"I made these meatballs for a Super Bowl party and they were a great hit!! Everyone loved them...So much that I only had about five left over for myself!! I'm sure I'll be making these for years to come!!"
"I have a feeling these will be requested again VERY soon. They tasted great, and were EZ. We had them over brown jasmine rice. Perfect! I made a double bath and froze half for my next "I feel too lazy to cook" or "I lost track of time, because I couldnt get off Zaar" Thank you Laurie!"