These Slow Cooker Little Smokies are the perfect easy appetizer. Just three simple ingredients and a few hours in the slow cooker. The family will love them at the next holiday gathering or big game party!
A lot of appetizers make a great party spread!
I love appetizers. They are the best part of a meal and when it’s party time I love serving lots of them. This past New Years’ Eve we decided to make lots of appetizers so we could snack all night while we played games and waited for the ball to drop. Everyone enjoyed these little smokies and they were so simple to make. I just added a few ingredients to the slow cooker and let it do the rest of the work.
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What are little smokies:
A little smokie is also known as a cocktail sausage. They are small little sausages that have been smoked. I found mine in the same aisle as my hot dogs and kielbasa.
How to make Slow Cooker Little Smokies:
This recipe is so simple to make. You just need three ingredients.
- little smokies
- grape jelly
- bbq sauce
Place all ingredients into your slow cooker and mix together. Now all you need to do is cook them. You can cook them on low for 2-3 hours or on high for 1-2 hours or until heated throughout.
Here are a few more of my favorite easy appetizers that can be made in the slow cooker:
Sweet and Sour Meatballs: This recipe is one of my favorites. It’s so yummy and full of bright peppers and bold flavor.
Sweet Kielbasa: This recipe only takes 5 simple ingredients. It’s the perfect appetizer and one that everyone will love.
3 Ingredient Meatballs: I love easy recipes like this one. When you are getting ready to host a party make sure to have this one on the menu.
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- 28 oz little smokies
- 1 cup grape jelly
- 1 cup bbq sauce
Place all ingredients into your slow cooker and mix together.
Cook on low for 2-3 hours or on high for 1-2 hours or until heated throughout.