Unbelievably Easy Grape Jelly Meatballs

Hi friends,

Ok…these meatballs are so easy to make that I almost didn’t post about them. Because everyone knows about them, right??? But just in case someone doesn’t, I decided to write up a quick post. πŸ™‚

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All you need is a 2 pound bag of frozen meatballs, a 10 oz jar of chili sauce, 1 and 1/2 cups grape jelly – and your slow cooker (this is mine and I love it!).

Add the frozen meatballs to your slow cooker. Mix the chili sauce and grape jelly together and pour over the meatballs. Stir the mixture to coat all the meatballs. Set your slow cook to LOW and cook for 4 hours.

And that’s it! Super easy and very tasty. These make a great appetizer or even a main dish served over rice or noodles.

I’ve also seen these made with BBQ sauce instead of chili sauce. You can easily double the recipe if you need more for a a party or potluck.

This is a great recipe to take to all those holiday gatherings during this busy season!

If you are in need of a new slow cooker, I love my Ninja Auto-iQ Multi/Slow Cooker. You can slow cook, sear, steam, and bake all on your counter top!

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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4 Responses to Unbelievably Easy Grape Jelly Meatballs

  1. Mom says:

    Uncle Clem used to make these before there was such a thing as a slow cooker!

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  2. Michelle says:

    I make similar ones every year for Thanksgiving, except I use jellied cranberry sauce instead of jelly. My family loves them! I think I might try them with the BBQ sauce after Thanksgiving to see if they are just as good πŸ™‚

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