Combine cocktail wieners or little smokies in crockpot with chili sauce and grape jelly and cook on low 6 to 8 hours.
grape jelly with Jack Daniel's BBQ sauce! (also used Kraft's BBQ sauce, KC Masterpiece and some local store brands)
grape jelly with packaged chili sauce mix (from a McCormick's seasoning packet)
wrapped with bacon strips and stuck a toothpick in there and then added brown sugar
grape jelly with dijon mustard
Chinese sweet and sour sauce diluted
grape jelly with Manwich meal sauce (or sloppy joes sauce made up from a packet or recipe)
soaked in beer to make mini-bratwursts
soaked them in coke and brown sugar for a nice glaze
didn't have BBQ sauce one time and in a pinch I used ketchup and added some garlic powder, cayenne, and a few other spices to the grape jelly
I've also used ketchup or tomato sauce with Italian seasonings to get a different type of sauce for the smokies or cut up hot dogs.
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