Nothing beats Swedish Meatballs smothered in a rich and hearty gravy. They are great to serve with mashed potatoes or even egg noodles.
This recipe for Swedish Meatballs is super using a few super market shortcuts like frozen meatballs.
Frozen meatballs are staple in my freezer. They are great to make a meal like, Asian Sesame Meatball, Meatball Sub Casserole, or to toss in sauce for spaghetti night.
Of course you can make your own, and on occasion I do, but frozen meatballs just make it easy. You can even make your own meatballs then freeze them to have on hand as well. Just make them as usual, let them cool then store in freezer bags.
The other reason I probably don’t make them as often is I have some go-to frozen meatballs my family likes. A few favorites are Wegmans they also have large meatballs perfect for spaghetti night as well as their standard size meatballs which I often use, and BJ’s Wholesale Angus meatballs are really good!
Use Good Quality Frozen Meatballs
The key to a good recipe using frozen meatballs is using a good quality frozen meatball, or one your family like. So make sure you use good quality frozen meatballs and if you have a Wegmans grocery store in your area make sure you pick up a bag of theirs. They are so good!
What You Need
This recipe comes together quickly for an easy peasy weeknight meal with just 5 ingredients (plus salt and pepper) You can even make this in the slow cooker too!
Here’s what you need –
- 20-25 good quality frozen meatballs
- 1 cup beef broth
- 1 can (10 oz) cream of mushroom soup
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Fresh or dry chopped parsley for serving, optional
- Mashed potatoes (I love using store bought mashed potatoes like Bob Evans) or egg noodles for serving
This recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes, or as I mentioned before add to your slow cooker and let it do the work!Print