1 package hot dogs or smoked sausage links 1 can (8 count size) crescent roll dough
Preheat oven 400 degrees F.
Separate dough into triangles. Roll up links in dough, starting with the link at the wide end of the triangle. Place on ungreased baking sheet, with the tip of the crescent underneath (or it will come undone a bit as the dough rises in baking). Bake for 10-15 minutes or till golden brown. Serve with cheese sauce to dip (or ketchup for those with four- and five-year-old connoisseurs).
Have hot dogs but are short on hot dog buns? Have that biscuit/crescent dough in the refrigerator? Here's a recipe that makes kids and kids at heart happy for dinner.
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000Jack June 23, 2014 REVIEW:
This is such a quick and easy meal for kiddos. They can help in the preparation of these wonderful little "piggies". Adults can slice the dogs almost through and cheese slices can be laid inside before wrapping. Dough can be spread with spicy or plain mustard for added flavor. Toothpicks can be used to ensure they hold together through the baking and serving process. Serve with a side of mac 'n cheese and those little ones will be smiling ear to ear.
uniqueone December 17, 2013 REVIEW:
Pigs in a blanket is classic!
lucky July 30, 2013 REVIEW:
My kids love these. Serve them with honey mustard for dipping. I cut the hotdogs smaller and cut the crescent rolls in half to make smaller triangles.
Rabbai February 16, 2006 REVIEW:
Pigs in a blanket is the breakfast incarnation with sausage wrapped in something probably more like pancake batter or something.