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Pigs In A Blanket


I'm just about drooling right now, that's how much I love these things.  I grew up eating these pigs in a blanket at least once a month and I'd even go so far as to name them as one of my favorite foods.  They're just that good!

So you can imagine my shock/sadness/disappointment upon moving to Chicago and finding out that they do not sell Eckrich Smoky Links ANYWHERE in the city.  Nor in the suburbs.  I couldn't find them and trust me when I say that I looked everywhere I could think of.  Sure, we tried mini hotdogs and all kinds of other things as substitutes for the smoky links but they just didn't compare.  We were forced into giving up our beloved pigs in a blanket for our 4.5 years in Chicago but I'm happy to report that the drought is over.

Yes, some of the best things about being back in Michigan are being closer to our family, having a home to call our own, the ease of suburban life... oh, and having access to smoky links!  Our first grocery trip after moving included buying 5 packages of these bad boys, just in case you know.  We've been enjoying them every weekend now and are in pigs in a blanket heaven!

Grocery List
Crescent Rolls
Eckrich Smoky Links, Original
American Cheese Slices


Directions
1.  Preheat oven to whatever temperature your crescent rolls call for.

2.  Unroll crescent rolls and place half a slice of cheese and one smoky link in each roll.  Lots of rolls/rolling going on ;)


3.  Roll up and place on a baking sheet.

4.  Bake for whatever amount of time your crescent roll can calls for.

Enjoy!
Linking up with Kate, Mary, Susan and Kristen

42 comments

  1. Yep I'm drooling!! This is quite possibly the easiest but best recipe ever!! Thanks for sharing, the cheese is such a great touch!!

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  2. yes! thank you for sharing this recipe :) i need to make these soon! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  3. I love pigs in a blanket! They were always a holiday staple during my childhood. Can't wait to try these!

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  4. Cheese with pigs in a blanket? YES PLEASE!!!

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  5. Pigs in a blanket are easily one of my favorite football/tailgating foods! And with cheese... omg yes!

    <3, Pamela
    sequinsandseabreezes.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh, these look so good! I may have to make some this weekend :) Perfect for tailgating!

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  7. I freaking love pigs in a blanket. Good idea to add cheese.

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  8. We make mini versions of those for Christmas morning EVERY year. My favorite. Yum!

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  9. Can't beat this simplicity!! And you're right, they gotta be smoky… can't believe you went without them for that long!

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  10. Those look super yummy and very easy to make too!!

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  11. Love pigs in a blanket! Those would be great for a party too. Thank you for sharing and I hope that you are having a great day so far! :-)

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  12. Pigs in a Blanket are one of the best things you can see at a party! They're just SO good!
    ~Elise @ highheelsglitteringeyes.blogspot.com

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  13. Can't go wrong here! Love these for game days and parties! So easy and good!

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  14. wow these look so easy. if i can find those eckrich things i will be making these!

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  15. These and the nachos I just saw on Shelby's blog have me super hungry for party food haha!

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  16. Those look so good and dangerous I would probably eat all of them!

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  17. Yum! So easy and simple!

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
    acutelifestyle.blogspot.com

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  18. Um. yum. I'm totally salivating now. I'm definitely going to have to make these - so easy to just grab in the morning and go!

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  19. TOTALLY making this for football Saturday!! Nom om om!!

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  20. YUM! I love pigs in a blanket -- but I've never had them with cheese! Looks so good! xo

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  21. I used to eat these as a kid! I haven't had them in forever, but now I'm going to have to make them soon. Yum!

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  22. Thanks for this, it's been way too long since we've had these!
    I'm grocery shopping this afternoon and will definitely add these 3 ingredients to my list.
    Then when they're made they're going to the rehab facility where the man is recovering from orthopedic surgery (he's fine, thank you!). xx's

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  23. The perfect tailgating snack! Why haven't I added cheese before?? YUM!

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  24. I've never had cheese in pigs in a blanket before. Looks so yummy!!

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  25. oh my goodness--- wonderful easy recipe!!!! and these are things you have in your fridge all the time!

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  26. Love the addition of the cheese. No joke I ate way to many pigs in a blanket in college! Haha!

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  27. This is one of my favorites too! eeek!

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  28. Yum! I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for those sausages here in Wisconsin!

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  29. Love how you added cheese to yours! They're also great with turkey dogs in the middle - it cancels out the crescent roll, didn't you know? ;)

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  30. I love how simple these are! They look so good and it gives me a million and one other ideas of what else can go in these rolls.

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  31. yummy yummy, great recipe for just three ingredients!! love simple recipes

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  32. I love that you used breakfast sausage instead of hotdogs!! These are the best!

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  33. Omg delicious! I always like bring pigs in blanket to parties but buy the frozen boxes to cook which can get expensive. This recipe looks amazing! Thanks for linking up!

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  34. Yum! i love pigs in a blanket :)

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    Aisha
    www.madewithzeal.blogspot.com

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  35. LOVE me some pigs in a blanket. Did you know that I didn't know that it was called that until about 4 years ago???
    These are the PERFECT party snack. Man, I could go for one (or two) right about now...

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  36. I grew up eating these ALL the time!! I haven't had them in YEARS and am drooling right along with you. They are so easy and tasty. I may just have to pick up these ingredients on my next grocery store run.

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  37. I'm so weird and don't really like hot dogs, but I love pigs in a blanket! I've never made them myself so I might have to give this a try!

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  38. These are my husbands favorite!! He begged to have them at our wedding as a passed appetizer and I agreed because our reception venue called them Franks in a Jacket... hahaha so now we always joke about how fancy we are with our franks in a jacket when we make them.

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  39. LOVE these Pigs in a Blanket! I don't make them often because my husband isn't big on them, but when he's out of town the kids and I enjoy far too many. :D
    Thanks for sharing this with us at Delicious Dish Tuesday!!

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