Baking and Cooking, Uncategorized Pig in a Blanket August 19, 2020 Laura Leave a comment Pig in a Blanket is an easy recipe. Ask for help heating the oven to 375 degrees, and maybe with opening packages. You will need 1 package of refrigerator crescent rolls1 package of Hot-dogsA large baking panA table knifeA little bit of flourParchment paper makes cleanup easy1 slice of cheese, if you like Carefully open the refrigerator crescent tube by finding the start tab and carefully pulling to remove the outside paper.The tube may pop open by itself or you may have to gently whack it against the edge of the counter.Don’t whack to hard ?Unroll the dough and use the table knife to cut the dough apart following the perforated lines.Stretch each piece a little bit like in the second photo. Open the package of hot-dogs and place then on a paper towel.Roll them back and forth to dry them off.This will make the “blanket” stick better. Place a hot-dog on the long edge of the dough.Roll up like in the second photo.Then bring the long tail back over the bare spot on the hot-dog.With your fingers, pinch the seams together. If you like, you may add cheese to your hot-dogs.Use a table knife to carefully cut a slit in the center of the hot-dog.Don’t cut all the way through.Cut a half inch strip of the cheese and insert in the slit.Then wrap in the blanket as shown above. Place the Pigs in Blankets on the large baking pan.Place pan in Pre-heated 375 degree oven.Bake 12-13 minutes until the blankets are golden brown. While the Pigs are baking, let’s clean up.Carefully fold up the parchment you were working on and put in the garbage. You should have only the table knife to wash.When Pigs are baked, use pot holders or oven mitts to remove the pan from the oven. Let them stand 5 minutes before eating.You don’t want to burn your tongue.Use a spatula or pancake turner to remove the Pigs in blankets from the pan.Remember to turn the oven off.If you bake these,and mom makes a salad, you will have teamed up to make lunch or dinner.Serve with catsup, mustard or ranch dressing.