Crockpot Grape Jelly Chili Meatballs Appetizer

Crockpot Cocktail Grape Jelly Meatballs Appetizer

These Crockpot Grape Jelly Meatballs are a crowd pleasing appetizer that can be made in the crockpot or pressure cooker with minimal effort. These sweet and savory meatballs are truly a dump and go appetizer that will be the first to disappear at every pot luck or get together!

Crockpot Cocktail Grape Jelly Meatballs Appetizer

How to Make Crockpot Grape Jelly Chili Meatballs

This is truly such an easy crockpot recipe! All you have to do is dump in three ingredients and stir at the very end! All the ingredients will meld together and create a sweet and savory sauce. You can substitute the grape jelly for strawberry or apricot preserves, or even cranberry sauce for different flavor combinations! Your guests will love them all and you will love how easy it is to prepare! If you are in need of any other appetizers try my favorite crockpot spinach and artichoke dip!

Crockpot Grape Jelly Chili Meatballs Appetizer

A crowd pleasing appetizer that can be made in the crockpot or pressure cooker with minimal effort. These sweet and savory meatballs are truly a dump and go appetizer and ingredients can be substituted for different flavor combinations! These will be the first to go at every pot luck or get together!

Ingredients

  • 1-2 bags frozen meatballs cocktail or regular
  • 1 (12 oz) bottle chili sauce
  • 1 (16-18 oz) jar grape jelly
  • 1 cup water pressure cooker mode only

Instructions

Pressure Cooker:

  1. Add frozen meatballs, water, grape jelly and chili sauce

  2. Put the lid on lock and turn the the valve to “Sealing.”

  3. Select Steam mode and set the timer for 5 minutes.

  4. When the cook time is over, turn the valve to “Venting” and let the pressure naturally release.

  5. Stir until well combined. If the sauce is too thin, turn on Sauté setting and cook for 5-10 minutes until excess liquid evaporates and sauce is reduced and thickens.

Slow Cooker:

  1. Add frozen meatballs, grape jelly and chili sauce.

    Stir until well combined. If the sauce is too thin, turn on Sauté setting and cook for 5-10 minutes until excess liquid evaporates and sauce thickens.

  2. Put the lid on lock and turn the the valve to “Sealing.”

  3. Select Steam mode and set the timer for 5 minutes.

  4. When the cook time is over, turn the valve to “Venting” and let the pressure naturally release.

  5. Stir until well combined. If the sauce is too thin, turn on Sauté setting and cook for 5-10 minutes until excess liquid evaporates and sauce is reduced and thickens.

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