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Day 8 Crockpot Challenge Swedish Meatballs

Sorry this is a day late having a ton of challenges lately but actually cooking in my crockpot has relieved some stress of having to throw together dinner. This is a recipe that I had gotten from my husband grandmother  and she would probably have a heart attack if she knew I put it in a crockpot.lol Here is what you will need.


1 Pound Ground Beef
1 Teaspoon Onion Powder(you can use fresh onion I don't like the onion pieces)
1 Teaspoon Nutmeg
1/2 Teaspoon Pepper
1 Egg
Bread Crumbs(enough to make a firm meatball)
3 packets of brown gravy mix
3 Cups of water

Mix together Gravy mix and water in crockpot and turn on high. Make sure the gravy mix is well blended no one like a lumpy gravy. In a bowl combine the remaining ingredients in a bowl. Some people say you can over mix ehhh I don't really feel that way. :op I'd rather have a well blended meatball. For the meat mixture into balls and place in a single layer in the bottom of your crockpot. Turn down to low and let cook :O) we eat these over top of mashed potatoes with some corn as a side. 


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