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Stubb’s BBQ Sauce & Marinades for Holiday Entertaining: BBQ Meatballs

Thanksgiving is over and Christmas and New Year’s are upon us! I intended to post about Stubb’s BBQ sauce before Thanksgiving, so you could have an alternative option for turkey cooking. However, I got a bit backed up, and figured we still have some great cooking opportunities coming up. Unlike Thanksgiving where almost everyone has turkey, Christmas seems to have a variety of choices, for dinner. We often have prime rib or ham, but I know several who have turkey once again.

Change up your turkey and/or ham this Christmas, by trying a Stubb’s Marinade. Stubb’s has a great solution for the growing number of families who are choosing fresh, natural turkeys over pre-basted ones but still want all the flavor and a moist, delicious bird. Stubb’s Injectable Marinades in Texas Butter and Chipotle Butter flavors, packaged with their own injectors, help home cooks get a juicy, flavorful holiday bird without added calories or artificial ingredients. Something you can also feel good about is that the marinades are only 10 calories per tablespoon! You can’t really beat great flavor and low calories. Like all Stubb’s products, is all-natural, certified gluten free and contains no high fructose corn syrup.

You can see a YouTube video showing how to use the injectable, featuring Stubb’s grandson Rocky.

I am particularly fond of the Stubb’s brand, and have been ever since I first discovered the brand. My maiden name is Stubblefield, and we used to tease that the creators of Stubb’s BBQ sauce was a relative.

For your New Year’s parties, I highly recommend using Stubb’s BBQ Sauce to prepare some great appetizers, and party food, such as lit’l smokies and BBQ meatballs. Before I launch a fun giveaway for 6 Stubb’s coupons, so one Clever Housewife reader can try the Stubb’s BBQ Sauce and Marinades for free, I thought I’d share a quick and easy way to serve meatballs and/or lit’l smokies.

BBQ Meatballs

Dump your meatballs (any recipe, or frozen) into a slow cooker. Cover with approximately 12 oz Stubb’s BBQ Sauce. I like to use original. Add 1 cup of grape jelly and leave on low for 4-5 hours or high for 2-3 hours. Voila! Serve with a toothpick, or atop a bed of rice or mashed potatoes.

Today we celebrated my son’s 9th birthday and he requested the BBQ Meatballs over mashed potatoes, so that’s what he got. Such a tasty barbecue sauce that Stubb’s has.


I received a promotional item, to facilitate my review. All opinions expressed are my own.

 

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