Creamy Slow Cooker Meatballs

These creamy slow cooker meatballs are amazing when served over rice for a main dish or as an appetizer at parties and pot lucks. Either way, it’s incredibly easy to make and SO good!

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Easy & Creamy (1) Over Christmas, we went to the annual Barker family Christmas party with my dad’s siblings and my cousins. I was asked to bring some kind of appetizer, so I decided I wanted to bring meatballs!
They were Swedish meatballs, and they turned out so good. Everyone gobbled them up, and there wasn’t a single one remaining by the time the night ended. I’ve wanted to make them ever since, but I just never got around to it.

But then, I was presented with the opportunity to create a recipe for Rosina Food Products, Inc.®, and I thought it was the perfect opportunity. creamy-slow-cooker-meatballs (6 of 11) Sad thing was, I couldn’t remember how I made them previously! So, I decided to improvise. These aren’t really Swedish meatballs – Forrest and I joked that we should call them Multi-cultural meatballs because they are made with Rosina Italian Style Meatballs, they are inspired by Swedish Meatballs, and they have
Greek yogurt in them.
We are hilarious, I know.
Whatever they are called, they are SO good. We made them for dinner the other night, and it was such a simple recipe. I just threw everything in the slow cooker, added a few more ingredients about 20 minutes before serving, and we had an amazing comfort meal ready to go that night. creamy-slow-cooker-meatballs (4 of 11) I love anything that is easy to make but tastes delicious – hence why I love using my slow cooker! I loved the added ease of using frozen meatballs instead of making my ownn. The Rosina meatballs line taste just as good as homemade, and they help to cut the work in half when it comes to dinner times. I used the Rosina Italian Style Meatballs in this recipe, but their Homestyle meatballs are equally delicious. You can get $1.50 off a package from Walmartwith this coupon! creamy-slow-cooker-meatballs (1 of 11) These creamy meatballs are great when served over rice or pasta, but they are equally delicious for just serving with toothpicks at parties. No matter what way you serve them, they are easy to make and packed with incredible flavor. creamy-slow-cooker-meatballs (7 of 11)

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Creamy Slow Cooker Meatballs
Author: Katie Clark
  • 3 cups water
  • 3 teaspoon beef flavored Better than Boullion or two beef bouillon cubes
  • 2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons Worchestershire Sauce
  • 3 tablespoons corn starch
  • 1/2 cup plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 teaspoon Italian Seasoning
  • Pepper to taste
  • Parsley to taste
  • 1 56 ounce container Rosina Italian Style Meatballs
  1. Combine water, Better than Bouillon, apple cider vinegar, and Worcestershire sauce in a bowl.
  2. Put frozen meatballs in the crock pot. Cover with the water mixture.
  3. Cook on high for two hours.
  4. Add Greek yogurt, parmesan cheese, and cornstarch. Whisk until cornstarch dissolves.
  5. Cook for an additional 30 minutes on high.
  6. Add pepper and parsley to taste.
  7. Serve over rice or noodles.

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    • Hi, Kristy! Here is the kind I used: you can find anything similar in size, that would work - or two bags of the 26!
  • Looks like a wonderful "kind of" Swedish Meatball recipe. I use to make the most yummy Swedish Meatballs that I cooked in a pressure cooker. They were absolutely delicious. But add 40 yrs & half a dozen moves across country for career changes & guess what? A person can lose a lot of their favorite recipes. I've been trying to remember how i made those. Now it may be time to just start over & try it your way. I'm getting tired of waiting for that recipe to show up.
    • Those sound fantastic! I'm so sad/sorry that you lost the recipe. Perhaps this one will be *almost* as good (because it sounds like your recipe would be hard to beat.) Let me know!! :)

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