Beef Lil’ Smokies – Cloverdale Foods

Beef Lil’ Smokies

Beef Lil’ Smokies

Snack on these bite-sized dandies as an appetizer or a full-on meal. Our Lil' Smokies are a tasty treat either popped in the crock pot, tossed with sauce or served alone to savor each individual morsel. Good things really do come in small packages.

Package Size: 1 lb.
Gluten Free • Fully Cooked

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Nutrition Info

Calories 170
Calories from Fat 120
Calories From TransFat 0
   
% Daily Value*
   
Total Fat 14g 21%
   Saturated Fat 5g 25%
Cholesterol 40mg 14%
Sodium 710mg 30%
Total Carbohydrates 3g 1%
   Dietary Fiber 0%
Sugars 1g  
Protein 8g  
   
Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 4% Iron 6%
Trans Fat 0%  

Ingredients

Beef, water, dextrose, contains 2% or less of sea salt, potassium lactate, flavorings, sodium diacetate, sodium erythorbate, paprika, extractives of paprika, sodium nitrite.






*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Cooking Instructions

Oven: Arrange Lil' Smokies in a single layer on a shallow pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 12-15 minutes.

Stove Top: Fill medium sized pot halfway full of water. Bring water to a boil. Add Lil' Smokies and let boil for 3-5 minutes. Remove from heat and let sit for 3-5 minutes.
Note: BBQ sauce and or chili sauce and grape jelly may be substituted for water. Instead of boiling, let sauce simmer on low-medium heat before adding Lil' Smokies. Heat through.

Microwave: Place Lil' Smokies in microwave safe dish with 1/2 inch of water. Cover dish and microwave on High for 3-5 minutes. Carefully remove dish from microwave using pot holders. CAUTION: dish will be very hot. Let Lil' Smokies cool for 2 mintues before serving.

Note: Due to varied oven types and microwave wattages, cooking times are approximate.

Comment(23)

  • By Debbie |

    Hi. I ordered the 2# bag of Smokies for an appetizer at our Family Christmas. How many smokies are average per bag?? Any suggestions for a topping sauce. My plan was to prepare them in a crockpot. Thru Henrys Foods in Alexandria MN.

    Thanks.

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      Hi Debbie
      There are about 50 smokies per bag and I would either use Sweet baby Ray’s BBQ sauce or a combination of grape jelly and chili sauce is good too. Thank you!

      • By William |

        Actually depends on if you buy the 14 oz. package or the 28 oz package.

        • By Cloverdale Marketing |

          William, can you advise to what product you are asking about?

      • By Ellen |

        For the grape jelly and chili sauce on the beef smokies – equal amounts??

        • By Cloverdale Marketing |

          It depends on how sweet you would like it! If you want it a bit sweeter then add more jelly, if you want a bit more spice add more chili sauce!

    • By Robert |

      If you want to try something different, pick up one jar of yellow mustard. Pick up an equal sized jar of red currant jelly. I know this sounds sick but mix the two ingredients in a saucepan and simmer for about 10 minutes. What you will have is a BBQ sauce that works well with these sausages. I do NOT like mustard on anything but I will vouch for this sauce. A family member makes cocktail wieners in this sauce for every Thanksgiving and if it weren’t for the fact that I have been eating them for years, I would not have believed what the recipe said. It works!

  • By sari |

    I guess I’m going to try to do them like cocktail wienies in the crock pot without grape jelly and spice them up with a little tabasco sauce in addition to the sweet rays and go from there.

  • By Allyson |

    What is the serving size? I don’t see it in the nutritional data.

  • By Patti |

    What is the serving size for your nutrition content listed above? The nutrition content above does not match the packaging info for 5 links.

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      What product Patty?

  • By elisabeth |

    i’d like to throw these in the crockpot as appetizers. Please advise on the time and setting….thx.

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      Hi Elisabeth,
      I would put these on low and add some sauce so they do not dry out. They usually heat up in 2-3 hours. Thank you!!

  • By Ahmed |

    What is the casing made of, beef lil’s smokies

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      There is no casing on our beef little smokies.

  • By Heather Smoot |

    Do the flavorings in this product contain any garlic? Asking due to garlic allergy. Thanks

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      There is garlic in this product!

  • By Darrell |

    Are some made without pork?

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      All beef lil smokies are made with just beef!

  • By Shelby Lee |

    Hello,

    Can you please tell me who sells the little beef smokies in Washington State? Preferably near Kent WA?

    Shelby

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      Hello! You can purchase Beef Lil’ Smokies at the local Cash & Carry!

  • By Pamela Carrier |

    I can’t find the beef lil smokies in Fargo. Maybe I’m not using the locator right. If I can’t find them can I order them?

    • By Cloverdale Marketing |

      Hi Pamela,

      If you’re unable to find the lil’ smokies near you, there are a couple options.

      On the store locator page (https://www.cloverdalefoods.com/store-finder/) is a Retail Request Form that you can provide your local grocery store if they don’t carry the item you’re looking for.

      We can also ship product to you as well! To place an order please call 701.667.8500
      Thank you!
      The Cloverdale Team