Photo: Quentin Bacon
Yield
Makes 8 servings

Using puff pastry instead of crescent roll dough to wrap up the sausages adds a great deal of richness and flavor. And replacing the pig in this version of pigs in a blanket is fully-cooked chicken sausage.

How to Make It

Heat oven to 400° F.

Cut the sausages in quarters lengthwise, then in half crosswise.

Cut the puff pastry into strips 3 inches long and 1 inch wide. Roll the sausage pieces in the pastry strips and transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet.

Bake until puffed and golden brown, 15 to 20 minutes.

Transfer to a platter and serve with the mustard for dipping.

Ratings & Reviews

jhoward0145's Review

mtngoddess
June 24, 2014
N/A

killoran's Review

jhoward0145
November 29, 2012
5 stars for easy and terrific, but 2-3 stars for they're-probably-not-the-healthiest-thing-on-the-planet. My mom used to make these when I was a kid (she used plain old biscuit dough, but the pop-open type or Bisquick also works.) She also used Vienna sausages, although you can use anything, from tiny red-hot links to vegan sausages of some type, regular hot dogs, or polish dogs... just about anything.) With the Vienna sausage pigs-in-a-blanket, try them with grape jam instead of mustard. We loved it as kids, and once in a while I treat myself even now. I make a reasonable facsimile using Vienna sausages or regular hot dogs and either Bisquick or corn muffin mix, and these can be baked, or easiest yet, thrown in the GT Express (which I love, but got mine for $1 at a yard sale. I don't recommend buying one otherwise.) These are way faster than any fast food burger place.

Holley's Review

killoran
August 28, 2012
N/A

mtngoddess's Review

Holley
February 07, 2011
These were really fast and easy to make. Very tasty, but nothing to write home about.