Up your Pigs in a Blanket game by adding Everything Bagel seasoning to the top. They're delicious and perfect for snacking!
Some recipes are worth sharing no matter how easy they may be. Believe me. I tossed around the idea of not sharing these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket because of that very reason.
But then I thought of all of those novice cooks out there and this one is for you! Recently, someone commented on a recipe I shared on our Facebook page and it wasn't very nice.
Trolls. Those that think they're way of doing something is the ONLY way. You know who I'm talking about. The ones with little imagination and superiority complexes that like to put others down behind the comfort of their computer screen.
Just because I may make a recipe that you have made "since the beginning of time", doesn't mean a recipe has to be made the same way. That's the beauty of a recipe. Everyone can put their own spin on it to make it their own.
Recipes are a guide and depending on your experience in the kitchen some may follow them exactly; while others will take liberties and add other ingredients to make it their own. I LOVE THAT!
But that doesn't mean you should be disrespectful or rude of someone else's interpretation of a recipe either. We should be lifting people up, not criticizing the way someone chooses to do something.
Maybe I don't like peppers or I'm allergic to curry or my family just doesn't like bacon. Everyone has their own nuances which is what makes a recipe personal.
Hence the name Carrie's EXPERIMENTAL Kitchen; where I experiment with foods that may or may not be something that you personally use all of the time, but my family may not usually eat.
I come from Italian decent and my husband comes from Portuguese decent. The first time I tried Portuguese style cooking I was 28. That's the beauty of food and cultures. You can try something new, pick out your likes and dislikes and find what works specifically for you.
And if you're like me, experiment by combining cultures and food to create something new.
Anyway, back to these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket. Personally, I'm not a big hot dog fan to begin with; however, my family loves these little bites while watching football games or on New Year's Eve.
This recipe is super easy, can be ready in under 30 minutes and makes 32 pigs in a blanket. The bagel seasoning really adds a nice additional flavor to these already fun snacks.
What is Everything Bagel Seasoning?
Everything Bagel seasoning is a mixture of sesame seeds, salt, dried minced garlic, dried minced onion, black sesame seeds, and poppy seeds.
For this recipe you'll need the following ingredients:
Refrigerated Crescent Rolls: To give these little bundles of deliciousness an extra buttery flavor, I used the butter flavored crescent rolls. Each package comes with 8 precut triangles to form rolls. You'll need to cut each triangle into 4 smaller triangles to wrap the cocktail franks.
Cocktail Franks: Since I can't eat cured pork products, I opt for the uncured beef franks but you can use any kind you like.
Everything Bagel Seasoning
How do you make Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket?
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F; then spray cooking spray on the sheet pan. Cut each of the perforated crescent rolls into four triangles; forming 32 pieces.
Wrap one cocktail frank into a piece of the dough starting from the widest part; then place on the sheet pan. Continue for all until all franks and dough have been used.
They won't spread that much so you can place the hot dogs approximately 1-inch apart from each other. Spray the tops of the bundled hot dogs with cooking spray; then sprinkle the Everything Bagel seasoning on top of each one.
Place the pan in the oven and cook 10-12 minutes until the dough puffs up and is light brown. Serve alone or with your favorite mustard or dipping sauce.
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Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F; then spray cooking spray on the sheet pan.
- Cut each of the perforated crescent rolls into four triangles; forming 32 pieces.
- Wrap one cocktail frank into a piece of the dough starting from the widest part; then place on the sheet pan. Continue for all until all franks and dough have been used.
- Spray the tops of the bundled hot dogs with cooking spray; then sprinkle the Everything Bagel seasoning on top of each one.
- Place the pan in the oven and cook 10-12 minutes until the dough puffs up and is light brown. Serve alone or with your favorite mustard or dipping sauce.