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Michelle's Dad's Party Meatballs

Michelle's Dad's Party Meatballs created by thecookierookie

I got this recipe at my wedding shower and it is a great hit. DH isn't allowed to bring anything else to his potlucks at work and everyone looks for them at church potlucks too! Really easy, but really good! We prefer all beef meatballs, but that is just personal preference. Pepper jelly is good if you like a bit spicy. I often use all the little bits of jelly left in the fridge to equal 12oz. DH likes to use apricot jelly the best. If you have any leftover, they are great over noodles.

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5hrs 15mins
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  • Put meatballs into crockpot and cover with barbecue sauce and jelly.
  • Cook on high for 1-2 hours.
  • Stir meatballs and top with drained pineapple. Cook on low for 4-6 hours longer before serving.
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"I got this recipe at my wedding shower and it is a great hit. DH isn't allowed to bring anything else to his potlucks at work and everyone looks for them at church potlucks too! Really easy, but really good! We prefer all beef meatballs, but that is just personal preference. Pepper jelly is good if you like a bit spicy. I often use all the little bits of jelly left in the fridge to equal 12oz. DH likes to use apricot jelly the best. If you have any leftover, they are great over noodles."
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  1. Deborah G.
    What kind of jelly did you use?
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  2. quit2k
    This was the first time I tried frozen meatballs. I bought ones that had better on-line reviews. They had the flavor of ground cardboard. Didn't taste much in the dish besides BBQ sauce. If you still decide to try it, by all means make your own meatballs !
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  3. houstonian
    Is it necessary to thaw the meatballs first or will they cook in 2 hrs?
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  4. Joanne A.
    I made these for a holiday party, and we all loved them! I couldn't find pineapple tidbits, so I just used crushed pineapple. It was delicious; my kids had the leftover ones as snacks and meatball subs over the next couple of days. They just asked me to make them again.
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  5. thecookierookie
    Michelle's Dad's Party Meatballs Created by thecookierookie
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