5 Quick and Easy Crockpot Meatball Appetizers

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Are you searching for a quick and easy appetizer for an upcoming party? Look no further! Meatball appetizers using frozen meatballs are the secret to any great appetizer. These bite-size meatballs are the perfect vessel for so many flavor combinations. No matter what type of party you’re having or attending, there’s an impressive recipe waiting to be made!

Kentucky Derby Meatballs
When you think about Derby Day, does a mint julep come to mind? This flavor profile translates perfectly to meatballs for an appetizer that packs a punch. Empty a package of frozen meatballs into your crockpot. Then, add one cup of packed brown sugar, a quarter cup of white vinegar, a half cup of your favorite bourbon, and 2 teaspoons of spicy brown mustard. Stir all ingredients together and let cook for three to four hours on high. 

A Taste of Thanksgiving
Create the taste of Thanksgiving in one meatball and enjoy it at any time of year. In your crockpot, add one can of jellied cranberry sauce, one cup of ketchup, three tablespoons of brown sugar, and one tablespoon of lemon juice. Mix in the frozen meatballs and cook on high for between three and four hours. Before serving, add salt and pepper to taste. 

Sweet and Savory
This meatball appetizer using frozen meatballs is tried, true, and an all-around people pleaser. In your crockpot, simply add one bag of frozen meatballs along with a small jar of grape jelly and a jar of chili sauce. That’s it! Stir all of the ingredients together and cook on high for two to four hours.

Hawaiian BBQ
For a sweeter twist on a meatball appetizer, consider adding some Hawaiian flare. All you need in your crockpot are four ingredients. Mix together the frozen meatballs, a bottle of honey barbeque sauce, a quarter cup of brown sugar, and one can of crushed pineapple. Let all these ingredients simmer together for two to four hours on high. 

Swedish Meatballs
Swedish meatballs are one the most classic meatball appetizer that exists. Mix together in your crockpot one can of cream of mushroom soup and one can of beef broth. Add to this, one packet of dry onion soup mix, two tablespoons of steak sauce, and one cup of sour cream. Mix until all ingredients are well incorporated and then add in the frozen meatballs. In three to five hours, your meatballs will be ready for serving!

The best thing about a meatball appetizer is that is can be served right from your crockpot! Just provide small plates, a serving spoon, and toothpicks. Wondering where to buy frozen meatballs? These delicious bites are available at any local grocery store! In one shopping trip, you can get everything you need to replicate any one of these delicious meatball appetizers using frozen meatballs


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