Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Pigs in a (Cheesy, Oniony) Blanket

For Halloween I always try to do a themed meal, and this year we ate Mummy Dogs and Sweet Potato Fries (because they're orange). They were fun and delicious!

However, what they really did was make me crave Pigs in a Blanket like I've made before, but haven't made in a while.

To make our house favorite Pigs in a Blanket, proceed as follows:

Sauté some onions in butter until soft and golden. Then slice hot dogs down their length (but not slicing completely through) and sauté them for a few minutes, just to heat through. Put some onions in the slice, top with some shredded cheddar, and wrap it all in a crescent roll. Brush the roll with butter that was melted with a little minced garlic, then bake for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the crescent rolls are cooked through. I prefer them as-is, but Aaron likes to top his with mustard. Both ways are delicious!


  1. This recipe sounds amazing! I was just craving pigs in a blanket, too:-). The addition of garlic butter and onions sounds divine!!

  2. Okay, my mouth is seriously watering. I would NEVER have thought to make pigs in a blanket like that, but this is going on my menu next week!!!

  3. Your food blog makes me want to cry! I cant eat any of this now!

    It's OK, Kelly. You've lost 92 lbs in 4 months *Repeats on infinite loop*



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