Everything Pigs In A Blanket

Everything pigs in a blanket using just four simple ingredients! This easy crowd pleaser will make you never want to buy frozen ones again.

Everything Pigs In A Blanket - Dash Of Mandi

Football season is here! Which means all of the delicious snacks. I asked on Instagram stories for game day recipe requests. There was a handful of homemade pigs in a blanket requests. Some asked for a healthier option. I wouldn’t necessarily call this recipe healthier. However, it beats the frozen alternative by a landslide. I always see the frozen everything pigs in a blanket at Target. I’m sure they’re delicious and convenient. But, the ingredient list is insane.

Mini Hot Dogs With Everything Seasoning

These homemade pigs in a blanket just call for four ingredients. I love that I can pick whatever mini hot dogs I want. I got mine at Whole Foods. The brand is called “Fork In The Road.” They’re made with pasture raised beef. All the ingredients list off is the pasture raised/sustainable beef, vinegar and a handful of seasonings. No funky ingredients going on here! But, with all of that being said. You can use whatever brand you choose.

Homemade pigs in a blanket using simple ingredients

Other game day recipes you will love:

Healthier air fried pickles

Air fried onion rings

Baked spinach and artichoke dip

BLT wedge dip

Beef poblano chili aka the best chili ever!

Crispy baked buffalo wings

There are so many other recipes on my blog that would be perfect for game day. But, those are just some of my favorites. I’m not a huge football fan if I’m being honest. However, any excuse to make and eat delicious snacks and I’m all for it.

Homemade Everything Bagel Pigs In A Blanket
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Everything Pigs In A Blanket


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Ingredients

1 (8 oz) tube crescent rolls

1 (12 oz) package mini hot dogs, I used Fork In The Road pasture raised beef ones

2 tbsp everything but the bagel seasoning

1 tbsp melted butter


Instructions

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.

Open the crescent rolls. Take each triangle and cut into 3 smaller strips.

Place each mini hot dog on the wider end of the strip and roll it up.

Place seam side down on the baking sheet. Repeat with each hot dog.

Brush on the melted butter on top of each rolled up mini hot dog.

Sprinkle with everything seasoning.

Bake for 12-15 minutes.

Serve with ketchup or honey mustard!

 


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