These Peach Barbecue Little Smokies are going to be an instant game day party hit! Made in the slow cooker with barbecue sauce, peach preserves, and cayenne pepper, it’s an addictive appetizer recipe everyone will love!
Barbecue Little Smokies
Can you believe that this year’s Superbowl is just around the corner? In a couple weeks that iconic Sunday will roll around, filled with jerseys, drinks, creative commercials, and of course, food!
If you’re planning on hosting a party yourself, this two-week countdown may send you into a panic. But don’t worry, you’ve got plenty of time, and I’ve got plenty of easy, delicious recipes to share including Peach Barbecue Little Smokies.
I’m not really a huge sports fan, but I love Superbowl Sunday because of what it represents: getting into the game-day spirit, hanging out with friends and family, and eating lots of tasty snacks!
During this unofficial “holiday,” there’s no need to dress up or serve anything complicated or fussy. It’s all about relaxing, having fun, and chowing down on everyone’s favorite finger foods.
In this mouthwatering recipe for Peach Barbecue Little Smokies, the famous mini sausages are marinated in a sweet, savory sauce that has a kick of spice. Better yet, you only need four ingredients to make it. Simply toss the Smokies, peach preserves, barbecue sauce, and cayenne pepper into a crockpot, and… well, that’s about it.
When Peach Barbecue Little Smokies are finished cooking, you’ll have a batch of bite-sized sausages smothered in a thick sauce, the tangy and smoky flavors satisfying to all your taste buds. In fact, you may want to keep a pile of rolls nearby for extra dipping!
And scratch the toothpicks — serve up Peach Barbecue Little Smokies by the ladleful and supply forks, because everyone will want more than a few of these babies! (Did I mention that they’re incredibly addicting?)
What’s more, this appetizer is easy to transport if you’ve been invited to someone else’s big game party. Leftover or re-heated, Peach Barbecue Little Smokies are always scrumptious. I’d even pair them with scrambled eggs for breakfast on Monday morning!
Peach Barbecue Little Smokies put a tasty spin on everyone’s favorite mini sausages. Sweet, savory, smoky and spicy, these addicting little bites will be a hit while you’re watching the big game.
How Do You Prepare Little Smokies?
I like to cook mine in the slow cooker. Simply mix all the ingredients together in the slow cooker
How Do You Cook Little Smokies in a Crock Pot?
Cook on high heat for 2 hours or low heat for 3 to 4 hours. Turn to warm if you’re serving during a party.
More Game Day Recipes!
- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
- Cranberry Orange Meatballs
- Cheeseburger Dip
- Buffalo Chicken Dip
- Jalapeno Poppers
- Queso Chicken Dip
Peach Barbecue Little Smokies
- Add all ingredients to a slow cooker and stir together and cook on high for 2 hour or low heat for 3 to 4 hours. Keep warm while serving and refrigerate leftovers.