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  • Jennie Kay

    Spiced Apple Swedish Meatballs -- pinner said; Made these for Thanksgiving appetizers and they were a huge hit! I made a double batch of the sauce and poured it over the cooked meatballs in the crock pot

  • Jamie Plant

    Spiced Apple Swedish Meatballs Recipe - yummy idea for holiday parties :)

  • Dara Feitell

    Spiced Apple Swedish Meatballs - perfect holiday appetizer

  • Debra Lang

    Spiced Apple Swedish Meatballs Recipe |These Spiced Apple Cocktail Meatballs have become a new family favorite. They are ultra tender and savory-sweet, with an unexpected pop of spiced apple flavor from the apple butter. ASpicyPerspective.com #recipes #apple

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