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Pigs In A Blanket

Pigs in a Blanket are a beloved appetizer and snack, perfect for large gatherings, game nights or as a quick bite. This finger food is basically small hotdogs or sausages wrapped in dough and baked to a golden-brown finish. They're traditionally served with ketchup or mustard, offering a satisfying mix of savory, sweet, and tangy flavors. Easy to make, they're a fun and versatile dish that kids and adults alike enjoy. Whether using homemade dough or store-bought crescent rolls, Pigs in a Blanket are a classic, bite-sized comfort food that are timeless crowd-pleasers.
#44
IN FROZEN SNACKS & APPETIZERS
317
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Pigs in a Blanket
26%
CARBS
58%
FAT
16%
PROTEIN
Pigs In A Blanket FAQ
What are Pigs in a Blanket?
What kind of sausages or hot dogs should I use?
What kind of dough should I use?
How do I wrap the sausages in the dough?
How do I bake Pigs in a Blanket?
Can I add other ingredients to the Pigs in a Blanket?
How do I store leftovers?
What are some common mistakes to avoid?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Pigs in a Blanket expire?
Like many prepared foods, refrigerated, unopened pigs in a blanket can last for around 1 week. However, once it's opened, the lifespan drops to about 3-4 days. If you've made your own at home, it's safe to keep them in the fridge for 3-4 days as well. If you've stored them in the freezer, they can last about 1-2 months.
How do you tell if Pigs in a Blanket is bad?
Bad pigs in a blanket will have a sour smell and could sport mold or discolorations. Always trust your senses! If the smell or appearance seem off, it's best to toss them out. Additionally, the texture might change, becoming slimy or sticky, which is also a strong sign that they've gone bad.
Tips for storing Pigs in a Blanket to extend shelf life
• Store your pigs in a blanket in airtight containers or bags to keep them fresh. • Although freezing can slightly change the texture, it might be the best option if you have leftovers and aren't planning to consume them soon. • For the best quality, reheat your food at the same temperature it was cooked. Avoid thawing your pigs in a blanket at room temperature; instead, move them from the freezer to the refrigerator overnight before reheating. • Remember to cool your food before placing it in the fridge or freezer to avoid getting condensed water on the inside of your container, which can lead to faster bacterial growth.
Health Info
Macros
17g
CARBS
37g
FAT
10g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
LOW CARB
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
MILK
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