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Even the big kids will love frankies in blankies! Sausages in puff pastry are the perfect party food. Log In Up. More Healthy meal plan Video Win! Frankfurts in blankets 20m prep 15m cook makes 24 Rate Now. Save Recipe people saved this.

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Everyone loves the simple bite of pigs in a blanket enveloped in a bread dough. But when you wrap these little hot dogs in flaky puff pastry, this appetizer he to whole new heights of deliciousness.

I for one am a bona fide hot dog aficionado. Slather those puppies with a truck load of pickle relish, a drizzle of ketchup and mustard, and then pop them into a soft, buttery bun and this girl is in heaven. No need for ketchup, pickle relish, onions or kraut.

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All these dogs need is a slather of dijon or grainy mustard before rolling them up in the puff pastry with a scattering of fresh herbs such as thyme, rosemary, or marjoram. Seal the ends of the pastry with an egg wash, then pop the dogs into the fridge for 15 or so minutes to give the pastry time to chill.

Just before baking these pigs in a blanket, brush them all over with egg wash and sprinkle with kosher salt. Bake until the puff pastry turns golden brown.

If you try this out and it works for you, please leave me a comment below! Technically, yes, but the star of this recipe is the puff pastry. Thawed puff pastry from the freezer aisle is one of the secrets to these quick-to-make-and-bake appetizers nobody can resist.

While I generally keep a package of puff pastry in the freezer for times just like this, a fresh pack of pastry will produce the best puff, so be sure to check your expiration date. I top my puffs with a sprinkle of crackly flaked herbed salt, but poppy seeds or sesame seeds would add an extra dose of flavorful crunch to serve with another round of flavored mustard.

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What’s in these pigs in a blanket?

There may be affiliate links in this post of which I receive a small commission. All opinions are always my own. Search This Website Jump to Recipe. Everyone's favorite hot dog treats are rolled in flaky puff pastry to create an ageless appetizer perfect for every occasion. Course Appetizer.


Cuisine American. Keyword pigs in a blanket.

Prep Time 10 minutes. Cook Time 25 minutes.

How to make pigs in a blanket

Chill Time 15 minutes. Total Time 50 minutes. Servings 16 rolls. Calories kcal.

Ingredients 1 pound package frozen puff pastryI use Pepperidge Farms flourfor dusting 1 eggbeaten 8 uncooked jumbo all-beef kosher hot dogs or chicken sausagecut in half lengthwise 2 tablespoons smoky or grainy mustard small handful fresh herbssuch as thyme, marjoram, or chopped rosemary kosher salt.

Defrost puff pastry according to package instructions.

Pigs in a puff pastry blanket

Cut the large rectangle in half lengthwise, then cut both smaller rectangles into eight equal sections down to 16 rectangles total. Lay a half of a hot dog or sausage on the mustard and sprinkle with herb of choice.

Brush the other end of the rectangle with a little of the beaten egg and roll the sausage up in the pastry, sealing the ends. Put the sausage rolls in the refrigerator for minutes for the pastry to chill. Remove from the refrigerator and prick the tops with a fork, brush with the rest of the beaten egg, sprinkle with kosher salt and bake in the oven for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the pastry has turned a golden brown and looks crisp.

Remove from the oven and serve warm or at room temperature with more mustard.

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