Pigs in a Blanket

a favorite party snack!
A favorite party snack!
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Ingredients

1 (8 oz) tube Crescent rolls or puff pastry
1 (12 oz) package Cocktail weiners
4 tbsp Butter melted
Coarse salt for sprinkling

Nutritional information

165
Calories
10.7g
Fat
36mg
Cholesterol
553mg
Sodium
9.7g
Carbohydrates
7.8g
Protein
Ingredients

Pigs in a Blanket

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When I was a child, I found the name Pigs In A Blanket hilarious as I would picture cute little pigs wrapped in fluffy blankets! Little did I know that these pork snacks would become one of my favorite party foods when I grew up! I make batches of these every time I have a party and there is never even one left at the end.

I use crescent roll dough for the blankets in this recipe and the pigs are mini cocktail weiners. This makes this recipe a real easy one to assemble and you can cook them for 15 minutes just before your guests arrive.

To make these Pigs In A Blanket, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Pigs in a Blanket

So, how do you make Pigs In A Blanket?

Steps to make Pigs in a Blanket

1

Heat the oven

10

Preheat the oven to 375 °F.

2

Unroll the crescent dough

3

Unroll the crescent dough and tear along the perforations.

3

Divide each dough triangle

3

Cut each dough section into 3 smaller triangles.

4

Assemble the pigs in blankets

5

Place a cocktail weiner on the narrow edge of each triangle. Carefully roll it towards the wider side.

5

Place the snacks on a baking sheet

3

Transfer the snacks to a large baking sheet. Brush the pastry dough with melted butter. Sprinkle with salt.

6

Bake

15

Using Bake for 12-15 minutes until cooked through and golden on top.

7

Serve

Serve warm on a large platter.

Pigs In A Blanket are a winning snack at any party. Try them out this holiday season and don’t forget to #CookMeRecipes in your party food photos.

Bethany is very passionate about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and clean diet. She’s trying to cut meat out of her diet as much as possible and focuses on cooking vegetarian food and fish. Bethany gets a kick from finding ways to add new twists to classic dishes. What’s more, thanks to her Asian roots, she’s great at combining different cuisines to come up with something extraordinary. Bethany’s recipes will inspire you to add new colors and flavors to your everyday meals.

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Athina

Yummy-yummy! I love it! Thanks for sharing recipe!

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