Super Bowl Sunday came and went...and I'm stuffed! Since I've been cooking so many football party appetizers lately, I wanted more of a meal instead of just a bunch of appetizers...So we had a enchilada casserole, for which I'll be sharing the recipe soon. Then we had chips and dips, and I had to make a few small bites...and I figured why not a classic! Pigs in a blanket!!! I think it's been like ten years since I last had pigs in a blanket.
I really took the easy route and made mine with canned crescent rolls...and even though I had the most jacked up can of crescent rolls mine turned out fine...seriously one can had a major problem, seams were everywhere, you couldn't tell where one roll ended and the other one began...Pillsbury if your reading this I want a refund!
Basically all you do is cut each crescent roll into three pieces and wrap up a cocktail sausage and bake.
Mini Pigs In A Blanket
adapted from Pillsbury
2- 8 oz cans refrigerated crescent rolls
48 cocktail sausages (from two 14 oz packages)
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Unroll both cans of crescent rolls and separate into 16 triangles. Cut each crescent roll into 3 narrow triangles. Place sausage on the shortest side of each triangle. Roll up each cocktail sausage. Place on two ungreased baking sheets and bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown, switching the position of the baking sheets halfway through baking. Serve warm.