By Darlene Summers on May 25, 2002
Photo by Chris from Kansas
Photo by Chris from Kansas
"These have always been a hit at our potlucks. Super easy to make and take."
Serving Size: 1 (1030 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I really wanted to like this, and with all the rave reviews I really thought we would. But none of us cared for it. It was like eating hot dogs in watered down catsup. My hubby tried adding BBQ sauce to his portion and another tried hot sauce, but still a no-go for us."
"I made this for our game day get together and it was a hit. Only one of the kids didn't care for it, so I figure thats a good average. I enjoyed it more then the usual BBQ sauce with them. Thank you for giving me options when making little wienies."
"Thanks for posting Darlene. This appetizer gets props for being super easy and making the house smell nice. It is tasty. I never knew jelly and catsup combined could be edible, let alone pretty good, especially heated. Made for Zaar 2010 Cookbook Tag. Enjoy! ChefDLH"
"My family gobbled these up! Thanks for the quick and easy recipe."
"Super easy and delicious!!"
"My mom has been making this for at least 30 yrs. People are always amazed by the ingredients. A favorite and staple at holidays. Especially Christmas eve. with Chili and Oyster Stew. If I have bbq sauce to use up I add a litte of that too. I think I would only serve them hot."
"Awesome recipe, would have never believed grape jelly could taste great combined as a sauce. Party has not even started yet and can't keep them out of it! LOL"
"I give this 5 stars, but if you want it a little spicer, add Chili Sauce that comes in a jar for a completely different taste."
"Made this for my kids for lunch. Put them cold into their bento boxes and they loved them with cut carrots & celery w/ ranch dressing and cheese and crackers and fruit. The star rating is their idea. I didn't try them. Thanks for posting. I'll make them for the kids again."
"These were great and simple. You can't ask for much more. :)"
"made this for the supper bow, i used chili sauce instead of catsup, for more flavor and meetballs instead of lil smokies, it was the only thing that i had no left overs of!! i also heated on med-high the grape jelly and the chili sauce togetherto get the clumpyness of the jelly dissolved then put in the crock pot."
"These were very good! I served them as one of my appetizers on New Years. We will definitely be eating these again! I am really glad that I didn't let the grape jelly scare me from trying this recipe. The smokies really are fantastic!"
"I like this recipe but I found myself needing to add some BBQ sauce for more of a kick."
"it sounds so wierd but taste so good i have been making your recipe a few years now my family loves it and people are jealous of it so thank you so much! the only thing i change is i make it with cheese little smokies instead of normal and i like to eat them with cheese ritz sandwiches or my own special cheese ball recipe."
"very good..have made these several times...have used thai or chili sauce for some extra zip"
"I've made this recipe many times and it is definitely a crowd pleaser! I always keep warm in a crockpot for serving."
"These were easy and tasty. I let them warm in the crock pot for a few hours. Very good!!!"
"Yummy! Made a double batch for my son's 2nd birthday party and there wasn't a single smokie left! Very good appetizer!"
"Pretty basic, but very good. I used sliced smoked sausage."
"These are always a big hit at potlucks, parties -- wherever I take them! I've had them at family get togethers for years and never realized what a strange combination of ingredients you combine to make them! :)"