Crock Pot Swedish Meatballs (Only 3 Ingredients)

These Swedish are super yummy as either an appetizer or as a main part of a meal. The best thing about this meat ball recipe is that it only consists of 3 ingredients and no pre-cooking!  All you do is just dump everything into your and set it to cook.

Crock Pot Swedish Meatballs

  • 1 bag (32-oz.) frozen meatballs, Homestyle variety
  • 1 jar (12-oz.) Heinz HomeStyle Gravy, Savory Beef
  • 1 container (8-oz.) sour cream

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Crock Pot Swedish Meatballs Directions:

Step 1: Pour the whole jar of Savory Beef flavored gravy into the crock pot, next add the whole container of sour cream. Stir these two together until they are completely blended.

crock pot, swedish meatballsStep 2: Add the package of frozen meatballs (fill about two-thirds to three-quarters of the pot). Now, stir until they are all covered with the sauce and put the cover on. Let cook, stirring the meatballs once and awhile.

crock pot, swedish meatballsStep 3: Cook on low at least 5 hours or until meatballs are cooked through. Enjoy!

Serving Suggestions: You can use these as either an appetizer or serve the meatballs over egg noodles or with mashed potatoes. The extra sauce that is in the crock pot you can use as a gravy over the noodles or mashed potatoes.

*This recipe would be great to make for all those Super Bowl parties coming up!

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  1. Momof6jagers says

    Thanks for the recipe. I did change some things mostly because of what was in the pantry. I used 36oz meatballs, Heinz Turkey gravy and probably 10 oz sourcream. Also, in the last 10 minutes of cooking I added and stirred in about 1/8 tsp fresh grated nutmeg. Gave it just the right kick! Easy to make easy to cleanup on a busy night.

    • says

      I have the same question how long do you cook these for since they are already precooked I saw where it said low or 5 but is that 5 hours as that seems like a long time for precooked meatballs

  2. Amy Arndt says

    I updated the cooking time in the directions. You should cook the meatballs on low for at least 5 hours or until they are cooked through. Yes, 5 hours seems like a long time, but you are adding these to the crock pot when they are frozen and using the whole bag so it takes at least that long to cook all of them.


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