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Here’s a Game Night Appetizer That Will Disappear In Minutes!
These little wrapped up guys are always a hit wherever I go. Since I was little and my mom threw them together for lunch to present day when, if I don’t bring them to a party then someone does – pigs in a blanket are a mainstay. They’re easy to switch up by using various types of mini hot dogs and cheeses. You can even use the cheese filled dogs and make the process all the easier.
Of course, the plain hot dogs with cheddar cheese are the favorite as those disappear the fastest; but we have to think of our lactose intolerant buddies so I make some plain ones too. These disappear lightning fast, so I always make plenty which is no trouble at all because they are a breeze to make. Dip them in ketchup and mustard, or a variety of other dips. One of my favorite is buffalo ranch dip.
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Quick Tip: Top these with poppy or mustard seeds for a fancier look, either way they taste amazing.