Appetizers, Main Dish, Slow Cooker

Slow Cooker French Onion Meatball Recipe (and giveaway winners!)

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I swear that the month of December used to DRAG on forever when I was younger . . . and now, it FLIES by! I am kind of stressing out at all I still have to do, so dinner is quick and easy each night. My mom gave me this recipe and it is definitely a keeper! Even my husband, who says he doesn’t like meatballs, devoured it!
The best part about it- it only takes 5 minutes of prep work and has 2 ingredients! Gotta love your slow cooker!

1 (24 oz) package of frozen meatballs (I bought Italian style, but plain are fine too)
2 (10.5 oz) cans of condensed French onion soup

Spray your slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Dump in the package of meatballs and dump the soup on top. Cook on LOW for 4 hours OR on HIGH for 2 hours.

These make a great appetizer (poke some toothpicks in and you are good to go!) or we love to eat them on little rolls like sliders. My kids love that they are “kid-sized”.

And now for the giveaway winners!
Rachel Seppie!
Mandi (Deputy Delirium)!
Please send us an email to claim your prize!
Have a great night!
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  1. says

    i am making these right now…..oh they smell so yummy!!! hope the kids like them. I love crockpot recipes….then I already have supper going and can spend more time helping the kiddos with homework.

  2. Mrs. Guzman says

    Question — how do you keep the meatballs from falling apart? I keep thinking that after the cooking time they’d be so soft and disintegrate?!?

    • Cyd says

      We bought the pre-made frozen meatballs. They don’t fall apart at all. Very moist and delicious. This recipe is so easy! A HUGE family favorite.

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