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  1. Heather’s Blog-o-rama
    January 20, 2012

    This looks really hearty and tasty :) :) Thanks for the great recipe :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

  2. Chrissy
    January 20, 2012

    I always thought pigs in a blanket was a sausage link wrapped in a pancake or crepe-y type thing. These look amazing though- totally going to make some this weekend! They look like they’d be good for lunches to freeze and heat up later!
    Thanks for the recipe.

    I just posted my new granola recipe if you’re interested in checking it out!http://herbngrowth.org/blog/index.php

    • Julie
      January 21, 2012

      It’s funny that you mention this for lunches….when in grade school this was one of my favorites. Our cafeteria ladies called them weiner wraps.

      • Hollie
        October 7, 2013

        I went to Fairview Elementary and our lunch ladies called them weiner wraps as well:) They were sooooo good! I can still smell the fresh baked bread traveling the halls! YUM!

  3. Tammy
    January 22, 2012

    Looks fantastic. I have made these before using wieners and my bisquit dough. I have to try your recipe soon. Kids love these.

  4. Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication
    January 23, 2012

    This looks like a great dinner for me to try out on a lazy night :) Thanks!

  5. Leah
    January 24, 2012

    I too make these. We call them Dickey Dogs at our house. I actually blogged about them recently!


  6. First Grade Fanatics
    March 25, 2012

    I think I’ve finally found the recipe I’ve been looking for! Thank you :)

    First Grade Fanatics

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  8. Sarah
    October 14, 2012

    Thanks for posting this! I can’t believe how hard it was to find a recipe for this style of pigs-in-a-blanket. This was just what I was looking for :) Pinned on my Pinterest for safekeeping.

    • Jami
      October 15, 2012

      You’re welcome, Sarah!

  9. ckitten
    November 2, 2012

    Yummy! I sprinkled some shredded cheddar cheese on the tops of mine. Thanks so much for the recipe :)

    • Jami
      November 5, 2012

      Oooh, I gotta try that next time!

  10. Cherise
    November 4, 2012

    I googled pigs in a blanket and this was exactly what I was looking for! It was yummy, I only wish I had omitted the wheat flour because I was missing the nostalgic feel of white dough. That being said my kids love it (one said I just love the dough mom and preceded to rip the dough off the hot dog and eat just that) I am thinking of all the other yummy things I can bake inside of the dough, like ham and cheese…or chicken brocolli and cheese….Thank you for the recipe!

    • Jami
      November 5, 2012

      So glad you liked it, Cherise! And I do use the dough for hamburger buns, breadsticks and such – thinking about baking other things in the dough, though – that’s a great idea. :)

  11. Lyndon
    July 30, 2013

    As a native Oregonian I am somewhat surprised to see you calling these “Pigs in a Blanket”. Every Native Northwesterner I know calls ‘em “Wiener Wraps”. I have heard these called “Pigs in a Blanket” in other parts of the country and in Texas they are called “Kolaches”. I grew up in the sixties and seventies here in Oregon eating “Pigs in a Blanket” which are pork link sausages wrapped in a flapjack smothered in maple syrup and eaten for breakfast. That being said, it really doesn’t matter what you call ‘em ’cause if they’re made correctly they are incredibly tasty! I can’t wait to try your recipe! Thank you for posting this!

    • Jami
      July 31, 2013

      Ha! I just don’t like using the word ‘wiener’ so I wasn’t going to write it. ;) I think they’re probably more accurately called ‘hot dogs in a blanket’ but whatever…

  12. Jennifer Leeland
    August 28, 2013

    I just made these tonight and they were AWESOME!!!!! Thank you.

  13. Karen
    September 4, 2013

    Made these for dinner tonight – they were DELICIOUS! Thanks for sharing!

  14. SC
    November 4, 2013

    I made sticks with the leftover dough and brushed with butter and rolled in cinnamon and sugar. It was delicious!!!

  15. Lanikaigirlk
    November 14, 2013

    Thank you so much for restoring a treasured memory of pigs in the blanket at Lanikai Elementary in Oahu, Hawaii. I think I am going to brush tops with garlic butter before baking, because theirs had a little garlic bite, and in Hawaii they call them pigs in the blanket .

  16. Shawna Rancore
    December 14, 2013

    I have used this recipe a few times now in my bread machine and it is great. I have used it just to bake bread, to make bread bowls, and for the hot dog recipe. I used about 5 cups of the flour. It is so soft and silky. I also added 2 tablespoons of powdered milk, just because I misread the recipe. I brushed it with butter to make the bread crunchy in the oven. THANK YOU!

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