Pigs in A Blanket

Pigs in A Blanket

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I know — Pigs in A Blanket isn’t a fancy or complicated recipe, after all it only has 2 ingredients. Here is the thing: it’s EASY for the kiddos to do and they can feel like they really made a difference or contribution with the holiday meal. I honestly think that is important in today’s world: involving the kids in the preparation of food.


By getting kids cooking – you can teach them not only life skills but lessons in math, reading, science, nutrition, motor skills and even geography. You can read more about all of that on Miss Sarah’s Site here: 7 Ways Kids Learn From Cooking

Pigs In a Blanket


  • tube crescent dough
  • package mini weenies or lil’ smokies

Preheat your oven to 325. Unroll the crescent dough and cut into strips. Let the munchkins wrap the strips around the little weenies and place on a baking sheet. Pop into the oven for 10-12 minutes, or until as dark as you like them.

Serve with a side of ketchup or BBQ sauce…let the little chef pass them around at the party!

Print off our easy to follow Pigs in a Blanket Recipe Here:


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