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Partytime Beer Meatballs

I make these for our annual Super Bowl party and they're the first thing people go for and the first thing to run out. Now I make a super big batch because if there were to ever be leftovers, they'd still be tasty.

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3hrs 20mins
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  • In a large saucepan, combine all ingredients except meatballs. Bring to a boil and then simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Put sauce into a large crockpot and dump in meatballs - just enough so that the sauce is still barely covering them - you may not need the whole bag.
  • Allow to simmer in crockpot for at least 3 hours - the longer you let them simmer, the better they are! Six to ten hours on low temperature is best. Stir them occasionally.
  • To serve them, leave them in the crockpot so they're hot and provide a slotted spoon and bowls for dishing them out.
  • You may wish to add more ketchup, chili sauce, or V-8 juice - spice them up more if you like them hot!
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"I make these for our annual Super Bowl party and they're the first thing people go for and the first thing to run out. Now I make a super big batch because if there were to ever be leftovers, they'd still be tasty."
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  1. kenimler
    Very good, these went very fast at my last Halloween Party. I made them in the crock just as described without the hot sauce and just sat it by them and let the person decide if them wanted them that hot. I even have a few left over to snack on this week.
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  2. SuzyQ in Seattle
    I make these for our annual Super Bowl party and they're the first thing people go for and the first thing to run out. Now I make a super big batch because if there were to ever be leftovers, they'd still be tasty.
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