Pigs in a Blanket

This recipe is as old as I can remember. You can also use canned biscuits in place of the crescent rolls. This is a recipe the kids love to help with!

The minis are perfect for appetizers or snacks… I have to keep an eye on them when I am making them as they tend to disappear as soon as they hit the serving tray!

Pigs in a blanket

Pigs in a blanket

Ingredients:

  • 8 hot dogs (1-2 per person)
  • 4 slices cheese, each cut into 6 strips (optional)
  • 8 ct refrigerated crescent rolls (or biscuits)

Directions:

Heat oven to 375.

Make a slit down the center of each hot dog (not needed if you are not using cheese)

Place 3 strips of cheese into each slit.

Separate the crescent rolls dough.

Starting with the wide end, wrap each hot dog with dough.

Place on an ungreased cookie sheet, cheesy side up.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.


Mini-Pigs in a blanket

Ingredients:

  • 48 cocktail sausages or hot dogs cut into quarters
  • 2 packs of crescent rolls

Directions:

Heat oven to 375.

Separate the crescent roll dough.

Cut each triangle, lengthwise, into 3 separate triangles.

Starting with the wide end, wrap each hot dog with dough.

Place on an ungreased cookie sheet, cheesy side up.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.

 


kids learn to cook


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