I'm sure the meatballs are long since cooked, but I finally got brave and tried cranberry sauce and Heinz chili sauce........they were to DIE for, and I threw in the meatballs frozen, cooked them on low for a long time.
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If you are looking to have the meatballs as part of a spaghetti sauce with wholewheat pasta this is what I do. Open a couple jars of your favorite spaghetti sauce as about a cup of water. Stir, add meatballs and cook on low for the rest of the day.
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Best slow cooker advice I ever received: Look in the door shelves of your fridge. Find something savoury that your family maybe didn't care for, or that the bottle is close to empty (such as salad dressing, salsa, pesto, BBQ sauce, etc.) Likewise find something sweet (jam, cranberry sauce, chutney, leftover canned fruit or juice...) Dump both on top of your meatballs and cook all day. If your family doesn't like "mystery" in the title, call it sweet & sour. I bet it will be delicious.
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