Grape jelly meatballs make the perfect cocktail meatball appetizer for potlucks, parties, and BBQs alike.
Plus you will love how easy they are to make in the crockpot with just 4 ingredients.
Grape Jelly Meatballs
Whether it is Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, there are always holidays and occasions that pop up where you need to fix a recipe for a lot of people.
From holiday potlucks to game day spreads, you are going to love this easy recipe.
Like our Swedish meatballs and Coca-Cola meatballs, this crockpot grape jelly meatball recipe is as easy to make as it gets.
It’s the kind of recipe that people always love and ask for over and over again.
All you need are four ingredients. That’s it.
- frozen meatballs
- BBQ sauce
- grape jelly
- cayenne pepper
Just toss everything in the crockpot and cook on high.
You can then leave your crock pot on warm and serve people throughout the party or you can pop on the lid and take them with you.
For another dump and cook crockpot appetizer try this 3-ingredient crockpot little smokies, easy crockpot buffalo chicken dip or crockpot spinach artichoke dip.
If you will be serving these to people who aren’t crazy about spicy food, you can always leave out or cut back on the cayenne pepper.
You also don’t have to make a huge batch of these slow cooker meatballs every time. If you’re serving a smaller crowd, or just want to make a batch for the family, there are instructions included below for whipping up a smaller batch.
I hope that you enjoy these slow-cooked crockpot meatballs with grape jelly! If you do make them, let us know how you like them in the comments below.
More Easy Crockpot Recipes You Will Love
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- Crockpot Apple Cider
- Crockpot Brown Sugar Garlic Chicken – only 5 ingredients!
Grape Jelly Crockpot Meatballs
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- Party Size bag of meatballs, 48-65 oz
- 32 oz barbecue sauce
- 32 oz grape jelly
- 3 tsp cayenne pepper
- Combine all ingredients in a large crockpot and stir to mix well.
- Cook on high for 4 hours.
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by a third party and intended to serve as an estimate only. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
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This recipe was shared over on the Weekend Potluck and Meal Plan Monday.
Thanks for sharing your fabulous recipe ..YUMM!!
made these using ketchup and no spices flakes on the meatballs. lt was 1980. good then, well received. want to try yours , sounds yummy.
Darlene Raines says
I have used this recipe for years and it is always a hit. You never have to worry about what to do with leftovers, they’re won’t be any.
my son makes these for his busy family. they love them.
Joe Bryant says
I have to try this recipe