Tuesday, 27 January 2009

hg's de-pudged pigs in a blanket

Here's a recipe you can use for Super Bowl Sunday. You can check out what it looks like here.

NOTE: For those of you needing some healthy recipes for Superbowl Sunday, check out the rest of the recipe pics on the Hungry-Girl website. If you find one you'd like the recipe for, leave a comment under here and I'll post the recipe for you.

8 fat-free or nearly fat-free hot dogs (40 to 50 calories each)
1 can (8 servings) Pillsbury Reduced Fat Crescent Rolls refrigerated dough

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Cut each dog into 4 even pieces.

Take 1 of the 8 triangle-shaped portions of the dough and stretch or roll it out slightly, making it into a larger triangle. Then cut this piece of dough into 4 long, narrow triangles. Beginning at the base of each of these triangles, roll 1 hot dog piece up in each triangle until the point of the triangle wraps around the center. Place your blanketed pigs on a large, ungreased baking pan and repeat entire process 7 more times with remaining dough and hot dog pieces. Be sure to evenly space them, as the dough will expand while baking.
Place pan in the oven and cook for about 12 minutes, until dough appears slightly browned and crip.
Makes 8 servings.

PER SERVING (4 pigs in a blanket):
134 calories, 5g fat, 652mg sodium, 16g carbs, 0g fiber, 3g sugars, 8g protein
POINTS® value 3


Brandi said...

These look good...I may actually make these!

I would love to see the jalapeno swappers recipe (hope I got that right)

Thanks for posting!

Cristina said...

I just made these for my daughter for lunch (school was cancelled due to bad weather so she's home and I'm working from home) AND they are really really good. I used the fat-free turkey hot dogs. I think I'll make a batch or two of these for the Superbowl party we're going to this weekend.

Brandi said...

I didn't get to make these yesterday (Superbowl) because I was sick, but made them tonight. They were really good! Bird loved them! Thanks so much for the recipe. :-)