If you’re looking for a fun, holiday twist to a classic app, look no further than this pigs in a blanket wreath. Thanks to a genius—and super easy—serving hack, pigs in a blanket are transformed into a show stopping holiday appetizer that deserves to be the (edible 😉) centerpiece to your Christmas dinner table. Ready in under an hour, this easy appetizer will impress all of your guests while being super simple to make. It’s a holiday appetizer legend here at Delish, and we think once you try it, it just might become your new Christmas tradition.
How do I cut the crescent roll dough?
When you’re cutting your crescent roll dough into thirds, cut them lengthwise. This will be the easiest way to wrap up your pigs in their blankets (i.e. crescent dough). Unsure? Follow the video for a visual example!
Can I make this in advance?
Absolutely! Prepare and wrap your pigs in a blanket up until creating the wreath shape, then cover tightly with plastic wrap and place in the fridge no longer than 24 hours. Once you’re ready to bake, brush with the egg wash, salt and poppy seeds before placing in the oven.
What should I dip these in?
We went with ketchup in this recipe not only because of the classic combo, but also to add some festive flair with the red and green pairing. But, you’re dipping options certainly don’t stop there. A grainy mustard pairs perfectly with these dogs, as would ranch dressing.
Made this festive showstopper? Let us know how it went in the comments below!