Patsy Weaver Recipe

Crockpot Drunk Barbecue Weiners

By Patsy Weaver loveisalive65


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Serves:
20 to 30
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Patsy's Story

This recipe has beer in it. It cooks out and leaves a great tasting dish. If you prefer you can use coca cola, root beer, sprite (your choise) instead. We have used this recipe many times for parties. People seem to never get tired of it.

Ingredients

2 pkg
weiners, little smokies are best
1 can(s)
beer, any brand (or use coca cola, root beer, sprite, your choice)
1 1/2 c
barbecue sauce, any brand
1 pinch
salt and pepper
1 Tbsp
tobasco sauce (optional) (use 2 if you like hot)

Directions Step-By-Step

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Place little smokies weiners in crockpot. Pour other ingredients over the top. Cook on low all day. Check occassionally to make sure it is not dry...probably won't be but be safe and check. The weiners are delicious!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Meat Appetizers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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3 Comments

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Tammie Godbold FLGatorgirl10
Aug 29, 2013
What brand of barbecue sauce would you suggest using?
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Julie Martin LUVNFROMMYOVEN
Jun 18, 2011
Hi Patsy! This sounded so delicious that when my sis-in-law invited us to a potluck for 30 tonight at her place, i had to try it! I just finished throwing it all in the crockpot (doubled the recipe & used 1-1/2 Tbsp. tabasco x2 & beer of course... i agree with Freda who wrote in... Cooking with Beer really adds to some dishes, just like Wine) I can tell it's going be a hit because the sauce already tastes (& smells) devine & it just started cooking! Thank you so much for this recipe, i was getting tired of the "predictable" grape jelly one we all used to make. That one is still good too, but i needed to jazz things up! :o) Cheers & Happy Cooking!
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FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Sep 25, 2010
I will have to try this one. I love Cooking with Beer. Its Just gives Extra Flavor to the Cooking Kinda like Wine does to some other foods. Rally Good. I use Beer when Cooking My Chicken. always a family favorite. Thanks, I Gotta try this!