This Swedish Meatballs Crockpot Recipe is the ultimate comfort food. This recipe is so easy using frozen meatball cooked to perfection in your Slow Cooker, served on egg noodles and paired with a rich and creamy sauce. Hints of Worcestershire Sauce and nutmeg make this classic comfort food dish a winning dish for any occasion.
Slow Cooker Recipes
You know that we are all about comfort food here at Bubba Pie. I’ve discovered that one of the easiest ways to get great, authentic comfort food is with your Slow Cooker. These ingenious small kitchen appliances are one of the things that keeps this mom sane. I can use it to find an easy dinner on busy weeknights, entertaining friends during the holidays or preparing a fun side dish. Just put your ingredients in there, cover and cook!
I can even use it to make some awesome desserts like this Crockpot Apple Dump Cake!
While all these uses of the Crockpot are appreciated, what I’m really looking for is those easy weeknight dinners. This is why I LOVE this Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballs Recipe. It is so versatile! We can use it for dinner between soccer and basketball practice, to feed a larger crowd or even as an appetizer!
Swedish Meatballs Crockpot Recipe
We live right down the street from an IKEA. And, yes, whenever we go there we always buy something that we really don’t “need”. And, YES, whenever we go there, we order their meatballs. How could we not. My husband has always had a soft spot for meatballs of any kind. So this Crockpot Meatball Recipe has his full support!
Frozen Meatballs In A Slow Cooker
If you’ve tried any of our other recipes, we focus on making things as easy and comforting as possible. No crazy fancy french cooking methods here! So, yes, we simply use frozen meatballs in this Crockpot recipe and they turn out delicious.
What Other Ingredients Will You Need?
- Frozen meatballs
- minced onion (dry)
- beef broth
- Worcestershire sauce
- sour cream
- half and half
- soft egg noodles cooked and kept warm
- fresh parsley to garnish
Our Swedish Meatball Sauce
This version of Swedish Meatballs has a pretty light sauce. If you wanted to thicken it up a bit you could certainly add some corn starch. But, honestly, it may be better to be a little light on that classic Swedish meatballs sauce. We use Sour Cream in our version. If sour cream isn’t your thing, you could just double up the half and half. You may want to add cornstarch if you do this to make sure that it does thicken up enough.
What To Serve With Your Swedish Meatballs?
We pair our Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballs with some soft Egg Noodles. Simple prepare them according to the directions on the package as the meatballs are cooking. Mashed potatoes would also work great with Swedish Meatballs. And add some green to your plate would work well too! Maybe some green beans or broccoli!
This recipe serves 4-6 people. It takes 3-4 hours in your Crock Pot. Garnish with fresh parsley.
Swedish Meatballs Crock Pot Recipe
These Slow Cooker Swedish Meatballs are the ultimate comfort food. This recipe is so easy using frozen meatball cooked to perfection in your Crockpot and paired with a rich and creamy sauce. Hints of Worcestershire Sauce and nutmeg make this classic comfort food dish a winning dish for any occasion.
- 1 package 32 oz, frozen meatballs
- fully cooked meatballs, but keep frozen
- 2 tablespoons minced onion dry
- 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
- 1/2 cup beef broth
- 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1/2 cup half and half
- home style noodles cooked and kept warm
- fresh parsley to garnish
Mix broth and Worcestershire sauce together in a small bowl.
Spray slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray. Add meatballs. Sprinkle onions and nutmeg on meatballs.
Pour broth mix over meatballs and mix.
Heat on low for 3-4 hours, stirring every hour or so until heated through.
in a small bowl, mix half and half and sour cream. Pour over meatballs and mix well. Continue to heat for an additional 10 minutes or until heated through.
*Calorie count does not include noodles.