These Slow Cooker Raspberry Chipotle Little Smokies are sweet and smoky with just a hint of spice and only 3 simple ingredients!
Please tell me I’m not the only one who is obsessed with little smokies.
Holy cow these things are addictive. You can’t help but pop them in your mouth!
What’s even better is that they’re stupidly easy to make. Just toss all the ingredients in your slow cooker and let them cook away. They only take 2 to 3 hours to cook so you can get back to enjoying the party!
In order to give give these smokies that amazing flavor you need grape jelly (trust me) and a bottle of raspberry chipotle bbq sauce.
Just combine the two ingredients in your slow cooker, stir in the lit’l smokies and let them cook.
If you want the smokies a little more spicy, dice up a chipotle chile pepper and stir it in the sauce before cooking!
Grab your toothpicks and dig in!
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Slow Cooker Raspberry Chipotle Little Smokies
- 17.25 oz jar Grape Jelly
- 18 oz bottle Raspberry Chipotle BBQ sauce
- 43.6 oz. Beef Little Smokies, I used a 15.6oz size bag + a 28oz size bag
- Combine the grape jelly and raspberry chipotle bbq sauce in your slow cooker, stir to combine.
- Add the little smokies and stir to coat.
- Cook on HIGH for 2 to 3 hours or until heated through and flavors are blended. Serve hot.
If you want to cook these ahead of time you can. Just reheat and keep on "Warm" setting to serve.
Recipe adapted from All Recipes
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seem to sweet for me.
By the way your blog is amazing 🙂
this sounds sooo good! perfect summer recipes I’m trying this for sure!
I have used the grape jelly for years, works good with red devil or Tabasco sauce as well.
I made these for my husband’s neighborhood vinyl party last night. They were very popular with his guests. Because we weren’t sure how many would attend, I made a larger batch. The leftover sauce seemed a little greasy to me (probably due to the type of smokies we purchased), but after a few hours back in the refrigerator, the fat rose to the top so I could remove it and the greasy problem was solved. Next time, I would definitely heat them, refrigerate and remove the fat, and reheat before serving. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!
These look delicious and would disappear in a minute.
Thanks Catherine! 🙂
Carol at Wild Goose Tea
It’s amazing how these and mini meatballs are scarfed up, when they are an appetizer. I love the sound of the sauce. I am a Chipotle groupie. I love it.
heather @french press
I am totally drooling! Now I know what I have to make for the superbowl party
My MIL passed to me a similar recipe that used cranberry sauce instead of grape jelly.
Ooo these look delicious! Is raspberry chipotle BBQ sauce easy to find in any market? Do you know of a good brand? I don’t think I’ve ever seen it but perhaps I wasn’t really looking too hard, either!
I used Sweet Baby Ray’s brand of bbq sauce that I found it at Walmart. But I have also seen other brands available. I’ve seen a great one at Costco too. Hope that helps!
I love little smokies, but I have only had them with barbecue sauce I have got to try them this way asap!
It makes such a difference with the grape jelly… it’s so good!