Appetizer meatballs win over guests at any party. These easy recipes include Italian, Swedish, and slow-cooker meatball appetizers with gravy or grape jelly sauce.See Popular Meatball Appetizers Recipes
A Syrian version of comfort food, kibbe (Middle Eastern stuffed meatballs) are braised in a supersimple, tangy yogurt sauce, a staple of Syrian cuisine. "Many Syrian cooks do not flavor the yogurt," Anissa Helou says, "but I prefer to lift it with herbs and garlic." She also suggests swapping in a few teaspoons of dried mint in place of the cilantro. Be sure to use very fine bulgur wheat, she adds, or else the kibbe mixture will be too coarse and hard to shape.
Meatballs are always a crowd-pleaser and these are no exception. Beautifully sauced, they are a lovely buffet addition.
These mouthwatering baked meatballs are flavored with salsa, and make the perfect appetizer for your next party...better make plenty...they're really good.
Tender meatballs, made with ground beef, bread crumbs, milk, eggs and seasonings are browned, and then simmered in Pace® Chunky Salsa, then topped with shredded Cheddar cheese to make tasty appetizers.
Cocktail meatballs and weenies are made special for party serving with this recipe that has a zesty spark of cranberry in the sauce. Make and serve the appetizers in a slow cooker.
Beef meatballs are the "eyeballs" for these Halloween appetizers.
These mini party appetizers are cooked in the slow cooker, freeing up the host for other projects. Cranberry sauce adds a touch of sweetness to these treats.
Make these saucy beef and pork meatballs ahead and store in the refrigerator up to 3 days.
Ground beef, sausage, and just the right seasonings make these meatballs a soon-to-be family favorite.
Put these out in a pretty basket and let the kids grab one or two while they're waiting on the real meal!
A great game day or any day appetizers. Made and served in the slow cooker.
Strawberry Jam and Ro*Tel® Tomaoes combine to glaze meatballs for a party snack.
A popular stop at your appetizer buffet will be the slow cooker keeping these morsels warm.
Keep these bite-size appetizers warm in a chafing dish or a slow cooker turned to the warm setting.
A spicy, hot-and-sweet plum sauce glazes these baked, turkey meatballs.