Crockpot Bacon-Wrapped Smokies Recipe!

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Go grab the Crockpot… I’ve got an absolutely delicious and mouth-watering appetizer for you… Crockpot Bacon-Wrapped Brown Sugar Smokies! {they’re crazy good!!}

This the perfect Crockpot Recipe for your Parties and Holiday Gatherings!

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 pkg. Tyson Hickory Smoked Pork Bacon {16 oz.}
  • 1 pkg. Hillshire Farm Beef Lit’l Smokies {13 oz.}
  • 1 3/4 cup Brown Sugar
  • Crockpot
  • Toothpicks

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What You’ll Do:

  • Pour 1 cup of Brown Sugar on the bottom of your Crockpot.
  • Cut strips of bacon into thirds.
  • Wrap each strip of bacon around 1 little smokie, then poke a toothpick through to keep it in place.
  • Place Bacon-Wrapped Smokies into Crockpot.
  • Cover smokies in crockpot by sprinkling on remaining 3/4 cup Brown Sugar.
  • Cook on high for approx. 3 – 3.5 hours, or until bacon is completely cooked.
  • Occasionally move smokies around in Crockpot to ensure they cook evenly.
  • ENJOY!!

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A BIG thanks to the sweetest cashier Linda from Hobby Lobby for sharing this fabulous recipe with me!  {yep… I even have crockpots on my mind while I’m at the craft store!} ;)

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16 Responses to Crockpot Bacon-Wrapped Smokies Recipe!

  1. Teri says:

    Can I double or triple this recipe??

    • Heidi says:

      Hi Teri ~ yes… you can definitely make the recipe larger, however they cook best if each smokie is touching the bottom of the crockpot while cooking in one layer, so it will just depend on the size of your slow cooker. Hope that helps!

      • Robyn Davis says:

        I’ve tripled this and had the smokies almost fill the crockpot. They do taste better when they touch the bottom but they are still crazy delicious if they don’t.

  2. Donna Keech says:

    At some point do you drain all that grease? I’ve made these in the oven before

    • Heidi says:

      Hi Donna ~ you can serve directly from the Crockpot, or you can drain and transfer the smokies to a plate for serving without the juices. Hope that helps! ;)

  3. Iris says:

    Can these be cooked on low in a 2 qt crock pot for a longer period of time?

  4. fyddo says:

    that wrapped bacon was amazing, i just finished it today and let me tell ya that was amazing in every way possible thank you for sharing and highly recommended, go bacon !!!! :)

  5. Vige says:

    Do I need to add any water?

  6. Tammy says:

    Have you ever added coca cola to this recipe? My mother-in-law remembers adding a can of coke.

  7. Jmiller says:

    Can I cut th bacon in half instead of thirds to have more bacon? Will it cook??

    • Robyn Davis says:

      I’ve made these several times and you can use half cut bacon but the third cut wraps perfectly around the sausage and makes them bite size.

  8. Amanda says:

    Do I need to use dark or light brown sugar?

    • Robyn Davis says:

      As I mentioned, I’ve made these several times and it doesn’t matter the color of brown sugar. It turns out crazy delicious either way. :)

  9. sarah says:

    Will the bacon cook better or get more crunchy if you cook it in the oven for a little bit first?

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