Pigs in a blanket are little sausages or hotdogs that are rolled up in the dough. They are often served as a snack, but they can also be served for lunch and dinner. They are small finger foods that you can pop in your mouth.
You can make them in various sizes, but most people prefer to keep them small so they can be eaten in one bite. While it’s hard to find anything wrong with pigs in a blanket, if you serve them often, you might be looking for some ways to spice them up a bit.
These 14 recipes can help you do just that. You can serve these pigs to guests, your family or just go ahead and make up a batch to eat by yourself on the couch while you watch your favorite television show. Whether you like things that are spicy, sweet, or just full of flavor, there is a recipe on this list that is sure to hit the spot.
1. Traditional Pigs In A Blanket
You can’t go wrong with traditional pigs in a blanket. If you have never made them before, this is the recipe to try first. These tasty little morsels can be eaten as a snack, appetizer or for lunch. Kids love them and most adults do too. They are even great to serve at parties. You can dip them in condiments such as ketchup, mustard or ranch dressing. They make a great finger food and are actually fun to eat.
- 8 oz crescent rolls
- 10 cooked cocktail wieners
- 5 oz Ketchup
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Prepare a cooking sheet and unroll the crescent roll dough.
- Place the cocktail wieners on the dough and roll them up tightly.
- Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until the dough is golden brown.
- Remove from the cooking sheet and allow them to cool.
- Serve with ketchup or any condiment of your choice.