This every kid’s favorite gets a yummy makeover!
I have to admit these are still my favorite, too, even though I’m not exactly a kid anymore. Over the years I had made pigs in the blanket so many times that I knew my old recipe by heart. They were and still are great, but sometimes you get to try someone else’s version of a recipe and it completely blows you away. That’s exactly what happened with this one!
It was a neighborhood potluck event and an older lady was serving these yummy-looking pigs in a blanket. But there was something very different about the flavor and everyone kept asking for the recipe. This lady was so happy about it that she actually wrote it down, copied it and shared it with everyone.
Instead of the usual crescent roll dough, you make your own flaky crust for these. I believe that’s what makes these so stupendous, and of course you can tweak the fillings each time you make these, to get new flavors every time.
You could do as described in the recipe and make bigger “logs” out of these, but these aren’t exactly very lean so I always prefer cutting them into smaller pieces. That also makes these perfect finger food for parties!
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Quick Tip: Use whole wheat flour for a healthier option.