Wow, are Pigs in a Blanket ever scrumptious! We love this tasty, savory and amazing recipe. Crescent rolls and Li’l Smokies are the only ingredients, yet it tastes so wonderfully. This delicious recipe has been around for a long time. It is SO easy to make too. Just roll out the crescent dough, cut the triangles in thirds, and wrap the Li’l Smokies in each miniature triangle. Bake and enjoy!
Pigs in a Blanket is a fabulously satisfying snack and a wonderfully tasty treat for breakfast or brunch. They’re also great for tailgating parties or as an appetizer with finger foods and other party foods. We used to make these all the time when we (or someone in our class) brought breakfast each Sunday to our Sunday school class. While Pillsbury is the creator of this recipe, I actually got this recipe verbally from friends who used to bring it in all the time for breakfast in our Sunday school classes each week.
I originally posted this recipe in July of 2012. I’ve recently remade it and updated the pictures which are a lot clearer than the original batch. This time I made three batches of Pigs in a Blanket, one with turkey sausage, one with beef, and one with pork and cheese. All of them turned out excellently. If you’re looking for a great recipe for holiday breakfasts, office parties, as finger foods to take along to potlucks or family gatherings, or just for your own country breakfasts, then consider this amazingly easy recipe. Pigs in a Blanket are finger-lickin’ good!
Pigs in a Blanket is a great breakfast entree for any occasion!
Don’t Pigs in a Blanket look scrumptious?
These are quick and easy to roll up – great for holiday breakfasts.
Here’s what I did.
You only use two ingredients: Lit’l Smokies and crescent rolls.
Unwrap crescent roll dough and separate into triangles. Cut each triangle in thirds. Roll the sausage beginning at the small end.
Roll sausage in crescent roll dough.
Place each sausage on a cookie sheet sprayed with cooking spray or place on parchment paper.
Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes or until done. Don’t overbake or the crescent rolls will get too brown.
Serve Pigs in a Blanket with your favorite breakfast or appetizer items.
Each one is succulent and mouthwatering!
Yeah, it’s really hard to eat just one! We love serving this at tailgating parties and potlucks!
Here’s the recipe.
PIGS IN A BLANKET
(Recipe from Kim Moss when we attended Hillcrest Baptist Church, Cedar Hill, TX; source: Pillsbury)
- 2 cans crescent rolls (8-oz. can)
- 48 cocktail sausages (like Li’l Smokies) from 2 14-oz. pkgs.
- Heat oven to 375°F.
- Unroll both cans of the dough; separate into 16 triangles.
- Cut each triangle lengthwise into 3 narrow triangles.
- Place sausage on shortest side of each triangle.
- Roll up each, starting at shortest side of triangle and rolling to opposite point; place point side down on 2 ungreased cookie sheets.
- Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown, switching position of cookie sheets halfway through baking.
- Immediately remove from cookie sheet.
- Serve warm.
Pigs in a Blanket are so quick and easy. They’re great to take along to any party where finger foods are served.
We enjoy these for snacks, too.
Ah! Breakfast at last.
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