Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Grown-Up-Pigs-In-A-Blanket (Pillsbury Recipe Creations)

It is football season again, and we headed down to the Coliseum on a cloudy drizzly Saturday determined to get in some pre-game tailgating, a few Saturdays ago. I am sure some of you living in other areas, outside of Southern California may not realize what the big deal about a little drizzle would be, but here people can get a little freaky over some mist. Thankfully, it turned out to be a great day- the air got a little damp in the third quarter, but it was all good.
I made these with the Pillsbury Recipe creations~ super, super easy and a great tailgating snack!

1 package Pillsbury Recipe Creations
1 package fully cooked chicken apple sausage (should be at the regular grocery store or Trader Joes)
Herb'd goat cheese, at room temp
toothpicks (wooden)

Pre heat the oven to 350 and line a baking sheet with foil.
Chop the sausage into bite-sized bits. Roll out the recipe creations and cut into 4-5 strips long-ways, then cut across to make about 30 + little squares. Using a butter knife, add a bit of goat cheese to a piece of sausage and wrap the dough around it using the toothpick to hold it sealed in place.
place the wrapped sausages on the baking sheet and bake 25-25 minutes or until crescent dough is golden.
Cool and serve~


Sylvie said...

Those look like fun!

Anonymous said...

What YUM! My husband loves pigs in a blanket and I hate to serve them, but I'd LOVE to serve this version. What a great idea!

MaryBeth said...

What is Pillsbury recipe creations? I have not heard of it.Non the less they look way good. I could eat about 10 or 20 of those.

Jess said...

I bookmarked this long ago and finally made them this week (related post on my blog)...YUM! A big hit, and so easy. I used Boursin and garlic chicken sausage. Thank you!