This was a happy accident, so I thought I’d take a pic.
For Sunday school, I decided to make pigs in a blanket because as simple as they are, they always go within the first five minutes. BUT, then I got a wild idea and placed a piece of brown sugar bacon around each little smokie. Um…yes. You have to try these!!
This recipe made about 24 little pigs in a blanket.
8 pieces of bacon
about ½ cup brown sugar or so
1 can of Crescent Rolls, do not bake, cut each triangle into thirds (you should have about 24)
1 package of Little Smokies (I use all beef)
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
I like to line a baking sheet with foil and lightly spray with Pam for easy clean up.
First, prepare your bacon. Take each slice of bacon and cut it into thirds (so about 24 pieces). Next, put your brown sugar in a bowl. I like to work as an assembly line. Take one little piece of bacon, sprinkle your brown sugar on it (it’s not going to completely stick, but just rub and sprinkle a little on both sides of each piece, and then the sugar will melt and coat the bacon when you pop it in the oven), then wrap that piece of bacon around a smokie and then wrap a piece of your crescent roll around the whole thing. Place on baking sheet and repeat.
When you’re done, pop your baking sheet in the oven and bake about 15 minutes.
Remove and serve immediately!
A little sweet, a little salty and a whole of perfect for breakfast or an appetizer!