Robins Easy Crock Pot Meatballs

"WARNING: this recipe DOES NOT USE chili sauce or grape jelly!! This is best used with frozen meatballs and you could use "store brand" tomato soup to help cut cost. Ingredients are for each pound of meatballs used."
 
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Ready In:
4hrs 15mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
4 servings per pound of meatballs
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • per pound of meatballs add each item soup, brown sugar, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce & mustard.
  • saute onions and green peppers in butter till limp and add to sauce.
  • heat in crock pot over low for 4 to 6 hours stirring every hour or so till meatballs are heated through.

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  1. MichaelMo
    I needed to make an appetizer for a small Thanksgiving dinner with friends this year and everyone else chose the easy stuff like chips, cheese etc. I wanted something hot that would go good with the cheese and found this recipe. It was delicious and easy. I added just a little red pepper flakes for a bit of spice and they were a hit. I had a few left the next day and put them in a hot dog bun with some shredded mozzarella and baked in the oven for a few minutes..Outstanding! I'm making another big batch for Christmas Eve for the whole family.
     
  2. Kathy G.
    just put favorite barbecue sauce cook slow crock pot good too had it at thanksgiving one year was good
     
  3. ehuddler
    The sauce tastes great, but Frozen Meatballs?? YUK. I wouldn't buy those again if they paid ME to eat them. Make your own meatballs, they taste much better and at least you know what they're made of.
     
  4. kimasweiss
    This is a fabulous recipe!!! I didn't have time to use the crockpot because I was trolling recipes right before dinner! So I cooked it on a stovetop,
     
  5. Munchkin Mama
    Loved these! VERY easy and tasty too! They fit perfectly in my mini crock pot (usually used for hot dips). We served them over buttered egg noodles- YUM. Definitely a keeper- thanks!!
     
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<p>Hi! I'm married with two children, dd and ds. I have a part time job and always looking for quick yummy meals to make on those busy nights. <br /><br />Life is good! :)</p>
 
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