Pigs in a Blanket

This has got to be one of the best breakfasts out there. Piping hot out of the oven, with the cheese all gooey and melty and the biscuit soft and flaky and the sausage hot and salty- it’s so good. The only thing that could beat it, really, is a nice brunch with the fam eating dim sum (which, sadly, we’re lacking here in our area). However, these pigs in a blanket drives a close second, especially for the holidays or just something a little extra on Sunday morning before church.



These are so incredibly easy that maybe they shouldn’t even be a recipe.


But really, they’re too good not to share (:

Pigs in a Blanket

As you can see, we already set up our Christmas tree (which was actually set up before Thanksgiving…) because we were so very excited for it. And now that Thanksgiving is over, I can blast Christmas music without anyone complaining. I love Silent NightCarol of the BellsWe Three Kings, and Away in a Manger. The bad part is, I’ve never truly memorized all of the lines in any Christmas songs. It’s just really difficult for me. Nevertheless, I love Christmas all the same. Which Christmas songs are your favorite?

Merry Christmas!

x Audrey

Pigs in a Blanket


  • 2 cans of pillsbury crescent dough
  • 1 package of sliced cheese (we used provolone)
  • 1 package of lil’ smokies


  1. Preheat oven according to biscuit instructions. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Cut the sliced cheese in half; separate the dough into the crescents.
  3. Place a half of a piece of sliced cheese onto the crescent, then place a mini sausage onto the cheese. Then roll that puppy up.
  4. Bake also according the the dough instructions, keeping an eye on the cheese.
  5. Enjoy. To the fullest.

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