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Pigs in a Blanket
Only two ingredients to the best appetizer (or even breakfast!). Pigs in a blanket are a classic recipe and easy to make.
pigs in a blanket
(4 pigs and blanket each)
pizza cutter or knife
pkg. little smokies
(I use beef or pork)
Pillsbury crescent rolls
Dipping sauce ideas:
ketchup and mustard
Preheat oven to 350° degrees.
Break open and unroll the crescent rolls. Try not to rip the dough. Separate each triangle and cut each triangle with a pizza cutter or knife into 3 (long) triangles.
Place one smoky on the wider part of a triangle then wrap the dough around the smoky.
Spread apart the pigs and a blanket on a baking sheet.
Bake for 11-13 minutes or until golden brown.
Can I double this recipe?
Yes, you can! But only bake one batch at a time to ensure they bake evenly.
Can I use biscuit dough instead of crescent dough?
You can use a can of biscuits instead if in a pinch.
Roll out the biscuit into a larger circle, cut into 3-4 pieces and roll up each mini sausage.
How can I keep these warm during a party
These are best served right away. Though they taste fine after they've cooled down.
You can prolong their warmness by serving on the baking sheet, use one of your nicer ones for a prettier presentation.
Should I brush butter on my pigs in a blanket?
No, I don't recommend brushing with butter for the crescent rolls and little smokies are greasy as is.
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