Happy Happy Monday everybody!!! and a big welcome back to school for everyone around me. As I said last week, in my humble little opinion I think it is way too stinking early for everyone to be going back already, but what are you gonna do? Anyways, since everyone is getting back into the full school/work swing, I assume that a super darn easy recipe is in order for everyone because time is a very important commodity.
Not too long ago, I was at a birthday party and the lovely hostess was serving these meatballs. Now, I’m not normally a giant meatball fan, I’m not saying I dislike them or anything, they’re just not a normal go-to cheat day delight, because #doughnuts and #pizza. Well, these meatballs are a different story, and I’m sure it has something to do with the fact that these have that sweet & salty thing going on. When I started raving to the hostess about how much I just loooved these meatballs, she started laughing and said that these were hands down one of the simplest recipes ever and would be happy to give it to me.
Apparently, this is one of those dishes that has been bouncing around for forever and somehow I have managed to miss it. Well, I must say that I’m super stoked that this recipe has finally found it’s way to me, because these are so freaking good y’all. The sheer lack of ingredients had me checking to make sure I hadn’t missed anything, but these have just 3 darn ingredients and that is it, doesn’t get much better than that y’all. Anyways, I hope y’all get to enjoy these bad boys soon and good luck to everyone headed back to school this week. Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for stopping by!!!
BBQ Sauce & Grape Jelly into the crockpot…
all mixed together…
frozen meatballs into the crockpot…
make sure they’re all covered in the sauce…
cook for a couple of hours…
- 1 (32 Ounce) Bag of Frozen Fully Cooked Meatballs.
- 1 (18 Ounce) Jar of Smuckers Grape Jelly.
- 1 (18 Ounce) of BBQ Sauce-I Used Sweet Baby Ray's.
- 1-2 Quart Crockpot.
- In your crockpot, place your grape jelly and BBQ sauce and mix together until combined.
- Then place your frozen meatballs into your crockpot and make sure to stir until they are all coated with the jelly/BBQ sauce mixture.
- Place your crockpot lid on and cook your meatballs on high for 2-3 hours.
- Serve hot and enjoy!!!