Adult Pigs In A Blanket

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Hot Italian Sausage, crescent rolls and Jalapeño Jam are the only three ingredients in this delicious and easy hors d’oeuvre that would be great to serve on Super Bowl Sunday or for any occasion.

Adapted from Becky Hardins recipe.

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Spray regular size cupcake pans with cooking oil.

This recipe will make 16 Pigs in the Blanket

so you will need two pans.

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Remove the crescent roll dough from the can.

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Cut the dough into 16 even pieces without unrolling.

A sharp knife works well to do this.

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Roll each piece long enough so it can fit tightly around the sausage.

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Pinch the ends together making a circle.

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Cut each sausage into 4 pieces for a total of 16 pieces.

Put one sausage piece, cut sides facing up and down,

into the center of each hole in the pan.

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Place the dough circles around the sausage.

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Add a small dollop of jam on the top of each sausage piece.

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Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 12 – 15 minutes

or until the crescent rolls are a golden brown. Let the

pan sit on a cooling rack for 5 minutes then serve.

Adult Pigs In A Blanket

  • Difficulty: Easy Makes 16
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Ingredients

  • 1 – 8 oz. can crescent rolls
  • 4 hot Italian sausage links, cooked
  • 4 Tbsp. Jalapeno pepper jam 

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Spray two cupcake pans with cooking oil as this recipe makes 16 hors d’oeuvres. 
  3. Cut each cooked Italian sausage link into four even pieces, you will have 16 total pieces. Place the sausage pieces cut side down into the center of the cupcake pan holes.
  4. Remove the dough from the can, do not unroll.
  5. Slice the dough into 16 even pieces, I cut mine in half lengthwise first. A sharp knife makes this easy.
  6. Take each piece and roll them into a ball.
  7. Roll the dough ball between your hands making a small rope shape just long enough to wrap around a piece of sausage. Pinch the ends together making a circle.
  8. Place the dough over the sausage and touching the bottom of the pan.
  9. Place a dollop of jam on the top of each piece of sausage.
  10. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until the crescent rolls are a golden brown. 
  11. Let the pan sit on a cooling rack for 5 minutes then serve.

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42 Comments »

      • Yes I am so mad! I have an appointment with a general surgeon on Tuesday! My daughter has offered to come and pick me up but it is not sounding like it is going to be possible. Ugh!

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      • Oh no! If you can cancel, do so Diane. They have been using “blizzard” a lot the last few days, yet the two radio stations with weather reports I listen to, both say something to the effect: “the weather balloons and models are not giving me a clear reading so it might not be as bad it looks.” I hope they are right about that.

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      • Wow – stuck in the driveway from all that snow. We were expecting 10 inches here but just got 8 inches which was bad enough as a good deal of it drifted and was at least a foot tall. We had expected a comparable snowfall this Thursday but they’ve reduced it to 3-4 inches. Enough of Winter already and with these brutal temps on top of it. We are getting -5 or -6 tonight they say. I hope they are wrong. I hope it’s back to normal now for you Diane? 32 days until Spring!

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