By nattums on April 26, 2007
Photo by nattums
Photo by nattums
"This isn't your typical BBQ sauce and jelly recipe. These are great for the holidays, Super Bowl and any special occasion. They can be made on the stovetop or crockpot and are always the first to go!"
Serving Size: 1 (115 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"These were delicious!! I arrived at my get together with friends and whipped out my crockpot and they loved the little smokies! They wanted to know the recipe! I was a little doubtful at first about how the ketchup would turn out, but I think it's the mustard and brown sugar that really do the trick. It's quite tasty and has a little bit something more then the normal BBQ sauce."
"I believe this recipe is a winner. I just used the little smokies with regular honey barbecue sauce, a cup of water, cinnamon, two whole cloves, and about a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar. It was just wonderful."
"Very good and easy to make. Made these for Christmas Eve and everyone raved about them. I did them on the stove, but next time I will do them in the crockpot. Seems easier. I was interested in how this would taste as I have made them with just bbq sauce before, but I was not disappointed. The cloves and cinnamon had a nice hint in the background which didn't overpower the sauce at all. This one will be in my recipe files for good!"
"No bad. Very easy to put together. I thought I'd taste the cloves more ... maybe I'll add more the next time. I cooked it in the crock pot. Definitely one I'd keep around for next football season, but not something I'd want to make for EVERY party."
"Wow!!! These were easy to make and very yummy! I will definitely be making these again. Thank you!"
"These were so tasty! I doubled the recipe and made them for a poker party and there was none left afterwards. The hint of the cloves gave it a nice compliment to the sauce, which was a little sweet. Way better then dumping a bottle of bbq sauce over them, which I've had and are just ok."