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Slow Cooker Maple BBQ Meatballs Seasoning

Slow Cooker Maple BBQ Meatballs Seasoning
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Clearance $0.97 reg. $5.95

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Sweeten the pot with this robust, all-natural seasoning that takes meatballs in a new direction with the addition of brown sugar, maple syrup and baking spices. The sweet is balanced by the savory influences of pepper, sage, paprika, fennel and thyme for a slow-cooked sensation at the dinner table or buffet.

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Slow Cooker Maple BBQ Meatballs Seasoning

Slow Cooker Maple BBQ Meatballs Seasoning. 2.5 oz.

SKU: 127439

Clearance $0.97 reg. $5.95

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Slow Cooker Maple BBQ Meatballs Seasoning is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Tasty The packet contained ALOT of the flavoring. I decided to cut the ratio on half and see how it went, glad I did, it was still VERY flavorful and was more than enough to turn the ketchup into a perfect glaze for the meatballs. I browned the meatballs on the stove than slow-cooked on low a bit longer than recommended to cook the meat through. PLUS, its the next morning, and my apartment still smells of delicious maple! Bonus!
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great with ground turkey! I am an employee with Crate and Barrel, and after hearing glowing reviews about the "Slow Cooker Chipotle Sloppy Joes" from a co-worker, I decided to go with a less 'hot' choice. So I went with the "Maple BBQ Meatballs". I used ground turkey (because I don't eat much beef), and substituted a fourth cup mustard/three fourths cup ketchub ratio for the called-for 1 cup of ketchup. Although still a tiny but spicy for ME, it was really, really good!
Date published: 2014-01-10
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