Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballsa mixture of ground beef and pork are seasoned well and formed into meatballs and then simmered for hours in your slow cooker. A creamy gravy smothers the meatballs for a delicious dinner youd love to have any day of the week.Â
Swedish meatballs are just one of those things that you should have more often than just the times that you shop at IKEA. They are well seasoned meatballs with a creamy gravy sauce.what could be better? Well actually, I think that adding in mushrooms to the gravy would make them better but thats beside the point. I took a basic swedish meatball recipe that I found on Taste of Home and tweaked it to my liking and transformed it into a slow cooker recipe. My husband was loving this after he got home from work and kept saying, these are so good! You can serve these over egg noodles or mashed potatoes or just straight up. Det er op til dig.
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Pour crushed tomatoes into the crockpot with bay leaf. Using a medium cookie scoop about 1 - 2 tablespoons form equal size meatballs and set aside. If youre making honey garlic meatballs for example you might start by heating the sauce in a saucepan on the stovetop then adding the hot sauce to the meatballs in your preheated slow cooker.
This allows the meatballs to rest in the gravy overnight before serving. The meatballs are so flavorful! On a side note, I recently saw Lutesfisk in the frozen section of my grocery store.. That was one of my least favorite things as a kid and am not sure I even want to know how the frozen variety is.
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Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballs Make your favorite Ikea food right at home with just a few simple ingredients! Frozen meatballs slow cooked in a creamy gravy sauce.Â This recipe is crock pot comfort food at its finest!
Now traditional Swedish meatballs are homemade with spices and a 50-50 blend of beef and pork but since this recipe isnt going for perfectly authentic, I use frozen meatballs. This is a simple 7 ingredient recipe that is meant to be as easy as possible so frozen meatballs really make it a whole lot easier. That being said, you are welcome to make homemade if you want to!
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In case youve missed it on Instagram, we officially moved! Weve settled back into apartment life in the Twin Cities after spending last month in Wisconsin with my parents and the six months before that traveling the country in an RV, as one does. Weve spent the last few days unpacking all of our things which, since moving out of a less-than-200-square-foot space and into a 1,000-square-foot space, isnt too much and making our place feel like home.
So much has changed in the last year for us, and yet, so much hasnt including our love for the slow cooker. From house life to RV life to apartment life, Ive schlepped my slow cooker to and fro and used it to make meals everywhere. And these crockpot Swedish meatballs always reign supreme in my household wherever that has been or will be.
I made these meatballs twice for my family while we lived with them last month once for dinner, once as part of an epic appetizer spread for New Years Eve and they devoured them happily. I have a feeling Ill be making them often in our new kitchen, too. Theyre just too easy and delicious to pass up on the regular.