George’s Barbecue Sauce Meatballs

| December 15, 2014 | 78 Comments

Georges BBQ Sauce Meatballs, enjoy.
Follow our step-by-step, photo illustrated recipe to make this quick and easy appetizer. We’re featuring North Carolina’s very own George’s Barbecue Sauce to add a bit of a twist to the standard cocktail meatball appetizer made with sauce and grape jelly. You’ll love the difference that George’s will make. Printable recipe included.


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Congratulations to our winner – Robin.

Thank you to everyone that entered our giveaway. Our winner was selected by random drawing using the random number generator at I’ve already emailed our winner and we will be shipping out the prize just as soon as Robin provides a mailing address.

I’d like to once again thank the fine folks over at George’s Barbecue Sauces for providing and shipping the Holiday Gift Pack for this giveaway. It was really great to see all the different ways that our readers like to use barbecue sauce, and I was glad to see that many of them mentioned they already enjoy the George’s brand of sauces. Thanks again to everyone that entered, stay tuned for another giveaway coming soon.

We’re giving one lucky winner this Holiday Gift Pack of George’s Sauces. You’ll get one each of their three signature sauces, a koozie, and a brochure that includes the George’s Sauces company history and some unique recipes.

Just answer this quick question in the Comment Section at the bottom of the recipe.

Question: What’s your favorite way to use barbecue sauce?

Do you slather it on ribs, coat it on chicken for the grill, or baste it on a whole pig for a family pig picking? There are lots of great ways to use your favorite barbecue sauce. No answer is right or wrong, just share your favorite way for your chance to win.

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Contest ends Thursday night at midnight.
One Winner will be selected at random and announced on Friday – December 19, 2014.

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In case you don’t win, you can still order any of George’s Sauces, along with other great items, from their website. Check it out.


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, slider.
George’s Barbecue Sauce Meatball Appetizers recipe.

It’s always exciting when a company reaches out to me here on Taste of Southern. It just let’s me know that folks are finding our recipes and that companies consider we might be a good fit for doing some work together. That’s pretty awesome in my book.

Just a couple of days ago, Wendy Perry contacted me about doing a recipe and promotion here on Taste of Southern using George’s Barbecue Sauces. George’s has offered to provide one Taste of Southern reader with a Holiday Gift Pack of THREE barbecue sauces, and hopefully we can get it to you before Christmas. We’ll try at least.

Wendy Perry is the “Marketing and Social Media Maven” at George’s Barbecue Sauce over in Nashville, North Carolina. That’s right, North Carolina has it’s own Nashville. Take THAT Tennessee.

Wendy works with Our State Magazine, has her own website, and is a Nekkid throw cooker. She’s a culinary adventurist, home economist, cooking class instructor, personal chef, caterer, food stylist, and lots of other things all rolled up into one. You’ll have to visit her site to find out about her way of “throw cooking.”

Anyway, Wendy contacted me about doing a recipe featuring one of their sauces. I was glad to participate, and happy to give you the chance to win one of their Christmas Gift Packs.

With Christmas right around the corner, I opted to do a little bit of a switch on one of our most famous Southern appetizers.

Cocktail meatballs, submerged in a mix of chili sauce and grape jelly, show up at just about every type of get together held here in the South. It’s for good reason though, they’re quick, easy, and DELICIOUS. You can cook and prepare them any number of ways.

I’m making some really quick and easy meatballs from scratch. It’s just what I do, but you could certainly use frozen. I’m also cooking them in my favorite cast iron skillet. You could bake them in the oven, toss them in the crock pot, the choice is yours. Either way, I just hope you’ll give them a try.

You could use the same sauce with those Little Smokie’s Sausages, cut up weiners, sausage balls, and more. But, let’s not get carried away and cause a lot of confusion. Try our meatballs first, then let the wheels start to turn on how you can make this recipe your very own.

Instead of using chili sauce, we’re using a bottle of George’s Original Sauce. You could select their HOT, or their SPECIAL sauce, again, it’s your choice. I’m just trying to help you get started.

I think you’ll love the new flavor that George’s makes to the recipe. It will be something a bit “different” that you guest’s might not be expecting. They’ll love it, and they’ll love you for making it.

I was no stranger to George’s Barbecue Sauces. My niece used George’s in her restaurant over in Apex a few years back, and I’ve used it for grilling chicken, pork, and other goodies for years.

We’ll never know how many whole hogs have been basted, grilled, and sauced with George’s Sauces. Older brother sold it by the gallon in his grocery store for years. It’s made right here in North Carolina, and we’re proud of it.

Great big THANK YOU’S go out to Wendy, Ashley, and all the staff over at George’s for making our giveaway possible. We appreciate your confidence in Taste of Southern, and look forward to continuing to work together.  I greatly appreciate the opportunity.

So, if you’re ready for a quick and easy appetizer, grab a bottle or two of George’s, and Let’s Get Cooking!


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, ingredients you'll need.
George’s BBQ Sauce Meatballs recipe: You’ll need these ingredients… PLUS


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, sauce and jelly.
You’ll need one bottle of your favorite George’s Sauce, and a jar of Grape Jelly.

George’s has three different types of barbecue sauces including, Original, Special, and HOT. The choice is yours, but for this recipe, I’m using the George’s Original Barbecue Sauce. I’m just not brave enough for the HOT.


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, crumble the beef.
To begin, crumble the beef into a large mixing bowl.


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, add the corn meal.
Sprinkle on the Corn Meal.


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, add the minced onion.
Add the Minced Onions.

NOTE: Although I don’t picture it in the step-by-step, the world needs to know that I added about 1/2 teaspoon of Garlic Powder to the above. I just like the additional layer of flavor it adds to the meat. It’s not required and totally your decision. I do have it listed in the ingredients list with the printable recipe below though.

Thank you for listening. Now, back to our regular programming.


George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs, add the milk.
Add the milk.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add the salt.
Add the Salt.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add the black pepper.
Add the Black Pepper.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, mix well.
Then, jump in with both hands and mix everything up really good. I had my right hand on the camera shutter button when I snapped this photo, but I did eventually squish it up with both hands to get it mixed up well. (Smile)


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, scoop out the beef.
Use a teaspoon, or a small scoop, to measure out a small amount of the beef into your hand.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, roll in palms.
Roll this around between the palms of your hands.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, shape into balls.
Lightly press the meat mixture together as you roll it out into the shape of a ball.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, ready to cook.
Repeat the scooping and rolling process, until you’ve got all the meat mixture rolled out into lots of meatballs.

I had just over a pound of Ground Beef, and made 25 meatballs from that amount. That’s 24 to serve, and one to TEST prior to serving.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, oil in skillet.
Place your favorite cast iron skillet on your stove top. Turn the heat up to Medium, and let the pan begin to warm up. Add about two Tablespoons of oil to the pan and let that warm up a bit.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add the meatballs.
Place the meatballs in the skillet. Don’t overcrowd the pan at the beginning. I’m going to let this cook down just a bit, then I’ll add more.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, turn and brown.
Keep a close watch over the meatballs as they cook. Once they’ve had a minute or two to start browning, roll them around in the pan so they don’t burn in one spot. You’ll need to keep stirring them as they brown and cook, so don’t get distracted for long.

As the first meatballs begin to brown, you can add some of the others to the pan.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, almost ready.
Continue to stir and roll them around in the pan until they’re done. These are almost ready, but you can probably still see a few spots of pink on some of the edges. You want to be sure they are cooked all the way through, but don’t let them overcook and dry out. You can thank me later for that tip.

I’ve managed to get all 25 into the skillet at this point. You may need to lower the heat a bit as they cook but adjusting as you go is always required in cooking.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, drain on paper towels.
When they’re done, remove the meatballs from the skillet. Place them on some folded paper towels and let them drain.

NOTE: Raise your hand if you actually counted all the meatballs in the photo before this one, just to make sure I had 25 in the skillet. It’s OK, if you did. A little bit compulsive maybe, but okay none-the-less. (Smile)


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, discard the oil and drippings.
Discard the oil and drippings that are left in the skillet. Wipe it out with a paper towel and return it to the stove top.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add the George's sauce.
Add the entire bottle of George’s Sauce to the skillet. Heat should be set back to Medium at this point.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add the grape jelly.
Add the entire jar of Grape Jelly to the George’s Barbecue Sauce.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, stir until jelly is melted.
Stir the Grape Jelly until it’s fully melted in the skillet.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, add meatballs and simmer.
Add the meatballs back into the skillet and let simmer, uncovered, for about 15 minutes.

Your George’s Barbecue Sauce Meatballs are now done. You can serve them immediately, or cover the pan and keep warm in your oven at about 225 degrees.

You can easily double the recipe for making the meatballs in this recipe. You’ll have plenty of sauce for another batch or two, so that shouldn’t be a problem. Any leftover sauce can be allowed to cool then frozen for later use. It’s just that good.


Georges-BBQ-Meatballs, enjoy.


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George's Barbecue Sauce Meatball appetizers recipe, as seen on Taste of Southern.

George’s Barbecue Sauce Meatballs

  • Author: Steve Gordon
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Total Time: 55 minutes
  • Category: Appetizers
  • Method: Stove Top
  • Cuisine: American


Follow our step-by-step, photo illustrated recipe to make this quick and easy appetizer. We’re featuring North Carolina’s very own George’s Barbecue Sauce to add a bit of a twist to the standard cocktail meatball appetizer made with sauce and grape jelly. You’ll love the difference that George’s will make.



  • 1 – lb. Ground Beef
  • ¼ cup Cornmeal
  • 1 Tablespoon Minced Onion
  • ½ teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • 3 Tablespoons Milk
  • ¼ teaspoon Salt
  • ¼ teaspoon Black Pepper
  • 2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil (for frying meatballs)
  • 1 (16oz) bottle of George’s BBQ Sauce
  • 1 (18oz) jar of Grape Jelly


  1. Crumble the ground beef into a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add the corn meal.
  3. Add the minced onion.
  4. Add the garlic powder.
  5. Add the milk.
  6. Add the Salt.
  7. Add the black pepper.
  8. Using your hands, mix all the ingredients together well, until fully combined.
  9. Shape into 1 inch balls.
  10. Place the 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil in a large skillet over Medium heat.
  11. Add the meatballs, cook, turning frequently until done.
  12. Remove the cooked meatballs from the skillet, place on folded paper towels and let drain.
  13. Discard the drippings from the skillet.
  14. Place the bottle of George’s BBQ Sauce in the skillet, over Medium heat.
  15. Add the jar of Grape Jelly.
  16. Cook mixture, stirring often, until the jelly is melted.
  17. Add the meatballs to the skillet.
  18. Reduce heat to Medium-Low, let meatballs simmer for about 15 minutes.
  19. Transfer to serving dish, or keep warm in 225 degree oven until ready to serve.
  20. Enjoy!


You can easily double the recipe for making the meatballs if desired. You’ll have more than enough sauce to do so. Any leftover sauce can be allowed to cool, then frozen for use later.


  • Serving Size: 25

Keywords: George's BBQ Sauce Meatballs Recipe, made from scratch, barbecue meatballs, southern recipes


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  1. Ann Turner says:

    I love to use George’s BBQ sauce on chicken. I have not thought of using it on meatballs and look forward to it. One of my favorite appetizers is dried beef cheese ball and crackers.

  2. Judy says:

    We slow cook a boston butt in the smoker using hickory, applewood chips or whatever type my husband picks out. We pull the butt and slice or chop it then add the barbeque sauce. MMMMMMMMMgood.

  3. Carolyn Cochran says:

    I love to use BBQ sauce on ribs and chicken and in baked beans.

  4. Kathleen Mc says:

    Just read your latest email. Thanks! Where we live in Louisiana is gas is $2.16 a gallon.

  5. Suzanne says:

    I love barbecue sauce slathered, coated, basted and then some for dipping. I love it mostly on chicken and pork. However your meatballs do look yummy. Will have to try them. Thanks for the recipe. I get Georges every time I go home to Rocky Mount, N.C. or my sister from Rocky Mount brings it to me.

  6. Joanne says:

    Country ribs in the crock pot!!

  7. Rebecca Thompson says:

    Pork Steaks!

  8. Joe Olive says:

    I love George’s on pork BBQ. This recipe looks great and a way to use BBQ sauce I hadn’t thought of.

  9. Leigh Anne says:

    Pork in the slow cooker

  10. Allison Creech says:

    George’s on grilled chicken is the best I’ve ever tasted!

  11. I use BBQ sauce on any kind of meat, even meatloaf on occasion. But there is nothing like picking up a rack of ribs (or half rack if you want to seem dainty in front of your man folk, and biting in and let the wonderful flavor of the meat and sauce burst into your mouth. And short sleeves are a must, cuz you’re gonna have juice dripping down to your elbows! Yummy! That’s what we are having for Christmas dinner! Going the non-traditional, laid back style.

  12. Angela James says:

    I like it on all meats, but my all time favorite would be in my Turkey burgers. BBQ sauce just give the turkey a good old kick and keeps them for being dry.

  13. Julia says:

    I’ve never had George’s but it and those meatballs are making my mouth water!!!!

    I LOVE to mix 3 different BBQ sauces to make a glaze for my meatloaf. I’ll put some aside and use it as a dipping sauce for my fries that I have with my meatloaf sandwich. Comfort food central. LOL! Happy Holidays Everyone.

  14. George Hollomon says:

    Good Morning Steve,
    Ribs are great especially if the sauce sticks to your fingers & cheeks & chin . . .
    I look forward to the comments with your receipts. Thanks, /G

  15. Jennifer P says:

    The word “barbecue” brings back fond memories of college days in the SF Bay Area. We would drive about 40 miles north along the coast to Johnson’s Oyster Farm and pick up a bag of freshly harvested oysters. Then set up our Haibachi grill at a nearby beach and shuck the oysters. A dollop of bottled BBQ sauce and onto the grill. When cooked we ate them with just a squeeze of lemon juice. Simple pleasures were the best then and still now.

  16. Tracy George says:

    I use barbecue sauce to enhance the sauce for our sloppy joes

  17. Annalee Buschbacher says:

    My favorite way to use BBQ sauce up until today was slow basting on ribs on the grill…..but now….thanks to Steve….

  18. Regina says:

    I have to say chicken but I have never met a pig I didn’t like a little barbecue sauce on either.

  19. Rebecca says:

    To finish the ribs and a little on the side.

  20. Sarah G. says:

    I like barbecue sauce over pulled pork barbecue. Mmmmm, so good!

  21. Andrea Stephens says:

    I love BBQ sauce on ribs and chicken!

  22. Harriet Horton says:

    My favorite is using on pulled pork for barbecue sandwiches.

  23. Lori says:

    I love barbecue sauce on ribs and chicken!!! Yummy!!!

  24. Deb says:

    Hi Steve, We’re a meatball-sub loving family, so that’s probably one of my favorite ways (and your recipe looks delicious, will have to try it for a different take on our regular meatball recipe). Also, we really love bbq…so George’s would make a great complement when serving that.

    Thanks for the giveaway and a very Merry Christmas to you from all of the Girotti gang!

  25. Bonnie says:

    Pork ribs

  26. Donna says:

    those meatballs look so good, but I’ll take it on pulled pork.

  27. Stephanie says:

    Chicken and ribs but those meatballs sure look tempting!

  28. joel harrison says:

    I like using bbq sauce on my chicken breasts when I cook them on the grill….

  29. Mary Osborne says:

    Barbeque sauce on chicken is my favorite.

  30. June V. says:

    In Texas, it’s beef for us. I’ve got a package of Li’l Smokies in the freezer that would be great with George’s BBQ Sauce. Merry Christmas to you and yours and the best in the coming year.

  31. Paula S says:

    Love it on ribs and chicken! Love Nashville, NC, too! My BFF lives there.

  32. Mary S says:

    Those meatballs look really yummy! I like barbecue sauce with sweet potato fries.

    Never tasted George’s.

  33. Donna Norris says:

    Oh my! BBQ sauce on so many things..chicken, pork, steaks, sandwiches, chicken. I guess my favorite would be pork, though. It is really awesome with Boston butt!

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  37. Lisa says:

    BBQ sauce in beans! Oh yum!

    • Pat says:

      Hi Steve I have not spoke to you in a while I use Barbeque sauce on lots of food such steak, ribs, chicken, pork, meat loaf and half smokes Merry Christmas.

  38. Ginny says:

    There are two favorite uses of BBQ sauce – ribs and pork! Makes my mouth water just thinking about it!! (Love to read about other people’s favorites – some people are so creative!)

  39. Marilyn says:

    Hi Steve – although the meatballs look delicious, my favorite way to use barbecue sauce is on chicken! Love me some barbecue chicken.

  40. cynthia says:

    Best on ribs, but good a hundred other ways as well.

  41. Linda Hayes says:

    I like barbecue sauce on beef and pork ribs, pare boiled and cooked in the oven. Linda

  42. Dave H says:

    I love barbecue sauce with thin sliced ham on a toasted bun with a pickle . yum

  43. Mark Sykes says:

    Barbecue sauce is great on pork, bean, chicken, fries, hot dogs, hamburgers, and Vienna sausages. My favorite is vinegar sauce on smoked pork. Thanks for all you do

  44. Kathleen Mc says:

    My favorite use for bbq sauce is just the traditional way on pulled pork, but it’s also great to dip french fries in.

  45. Annette says:

    On ribs, pulled pork and, would you believe, hard boiled eggs alone or on a salad. what flavor!

  46. KERRY SMITH says:


  47. libby says:

    I use barbecue sauce on many meats, but really like on pork

  48. Kim Branscome says:

    My whole family loves to cook. I think nothing is better than a big juicy barbecued burger. My kids like chicken with sliced garlic, sprinkled red pepper flakes with bbq sauce poured over it and baked until thick and bubbly. Mmmm.

  49. Judy says:

    I’m afraid I use BBQ sauce all of the time. I just put it on the table like some people do ketchup, as well as when I cook. I have even been known to put a dab in my spaghetti sauce to give it a little extra flavor. 5m4Z

  50. Mandy says:

    Oh my- Tons of stuff! One favorite way? On baked bbq chicken thighs/legs. 2nd? Between french fries or mixed in mac n cheese!

  51. Maryann Marcin says:

    Ground turkey barbecue meatballs

  52. Alicia Day says:

    I like to use BBQ sauce with cocktail wieners in a crock pot. Easy and always go over well for pot luck dinners.

  53. Anita says:

    I use barbecue sauce in many recipes. My favorite is to add it to the meatloaf mixture, instead of ketchup.

  54. Tracy says:

    I mix George’s BBQ sauce with ketchup and brown sugar for my sauce on top of meatloaf. It gives it just the right amount of sweet kick!

  55. Christy Harrell says:

    I love BBQ sauce on grilled chicken breast and pork chops. Pulled pork is also one of my favorites….yummy!!

  56. Miz Karen says:

    Got to be ribs…any kind of ribs: St Louis style, Country style, Baby back, boneless, or beef.

  57. MAXINE NAFIS says:

    I love barbeque sauce anytime I can use it. Love it on pulled pork, in my special barbeque beans, ribs, sauces (like the meatball one with grape jelly, I have even dipped my french fries in barbeque sause. Taste so good.

  58. Joyce says:

    Oven barbecued chicken and smoked brisket on the grill are my favorite ways to use barbecue sauce. Have never heard of George’s; would love, love to try it! Thanks for the chance to win some of it.

  59. Celeste says:

    Hi Steve,

    I love barbecue sauce on grilled chicken.

  60. JR Stout says:

    Chicken in the oven or on the grill with plenty of sauce.

  61. Hal Picquet says:

    Picture of BBQ meatballs says it all.I bring a batch to family gatherings so it will be a chance to try a different sauce. Thanks

    • Redhaired says:

      I use bar-b-que sauce in a lot of ways. Love it slathered in meats. When I cook meat in the pressure cooker I add bar-b-que sauce to beef broth for the cooking liquid for a taste of summer in the winter or rain. I add a healthy dose to navy or great northern beans in the pressure cooker. It is marvelous in meatloaf, too. Anytime I want to zap up the flavor quotient I add a bit.

  62. Greg says:

    My favorite way to use barbecue sauce is as a coating on chicken and ribs. Chicken wings are my favorite and when they have that coating that has been baked or grilled in they are delicious.

  63. Linda Smith says:

    I love a southern BBQ sandwich with pulled pork and lots of slaw.

  64. so says:

    lov it on chicken best then pork

  65. Agatha says:

    Ribs (and anything else that’s edible).

  66. Wendy Perry says:

    Thanks bunches Steve!
    We can’t wait to ship some lucky winner this gift box. I hope they will come join our fun facebook crowd too at and our newsletter too with all sorts of recipes with George’s I have fun concocting… some “normal” and some a bit “way out there!” LOL
    Merry Christmas… from Nashville NORTH CAROLINA!

  67. Mark Teal says:

    George’s Original BBQ Sauce also makes great BBQ coleslaw (with a kick). I use a bottle of sauce and add a head of shredded cabbage and about a quarter cup of sugar. Let it marinate for a day or so in the refrigerator. Great on bbq sandwiches or on the side for a bbq plate.

  68. Daniel Potts says:

    I like using barbecue sauce to make ham BBQ’d sandwiches.

  69. Helen Brandt says:

    I love barbecue sauce on brisket.

  70. sharon says:

    My favorite way to use bbq sauce is in preparing baked beans by scratch.

  71. Robin says:

    I love barbecue sauce on ribs!

  72. Cheryl Davis says:

    LOVE using George’s on pork roast!!

  73. ColleenB. ~ Texas says:

    Besides using BBQ sauce on my meatballs and over meatloaf, I also like using it on Brisket

  74. Beverly Jenkins says:

    I use George’s Barbecue Sauce on a Boston Butt that I cook in the crock pot. It makes great BBQ and my family loves it. Thanks for all the good step by step receipes.

  75. Malissa says:

    Hi Steve!
    My favorite way to use barbecue sauce is to throw some boneless skinless chicken breasts in a crockpot with a bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce. By the end of the afternoon all you have to do is shred the chicken and put it on some hamburger buns for a quick shredded chicken barbecue sandwich!
    Have a great day!

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