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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Barbecue Cocktail Wieners ~ It doesn't get any easier than this!

It's funny when you serve something to someone and actually say to them "I love two ingredient recipes." then they respond and say "These barbecue cocktail wieners are delicious! What's in there? How did you make them?". Now mind you, they were eating them out of the crock pot with tooth picks. 
It just reminded me that the simplest of recipes need to be shared too. Not to mention that this one is perfect for serving at the upcoming football playoff parties and Mac Daddy of all football parties....S U P E R     B O W L!!!
Here is how I do it:
  • 1 package of cocktail wieners or cocktail smokies
  • 1 bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce
In a 1 1/2 quart crock pot, empty the package of wieners. Now add enough of the barbecue sauce to coat them well. Plug up and let the wieners heat all the way through. **NOTE** My 1 1/2 quart crock pot doesn't have settings.... you just plug it up and it comes on. It only took an hour to hour and a half to be ready to serve these.

As I said earlier, I just serve these straight from the crock pot. People either ate them by using toothpicks to spear them with or spooned them onto a plate.

This recipe shared at GCC.


  1. That was a recipe we used a lot when the crock pot first came out many years ago. Thanks for the reminder.

  2. Your welcome Donnie! I tend to either (1) forget about recipes that I used to make often or (2) take for granted that everyone knows how to make something. It's good to share old favorites ;)

  3. Thanks! You just confirmed the recipe I was going to make for the super bowl. I wasn't sure if I could make it that easy! Thanks again, Go Pack Go : )

  4. This recipe sounds great! We definitely need to taste it!

  5. I make this but with a twist adding a can of cranberry sauce. I'm not a fan of barbeque sauce and by merely adding the cranberry sauce - it cuts the barbeque sauce flavor for me :).

    1. What a great idea Susan! I will remember that come my Super Bowl party. Thanks for sharing :)


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