These breakfast pigs in a blanket are a quick and easy breakfast the whole family will love. The crescent wrapped breakfast sausages are baked to a golden brown and then dipped in maple syrup giving the perfect sweet and savory breakfast. I am a sucker for sweet and savory mixed together so this is my dream breakfast, next to chicken and waffles lol. Unlike Chicken and waffles this is quick and I am all about quick and easy breakfast . Using these precooked sausages has made this recipe so much easier . Obviously if you can’t find the precooked links by all means cook your own, but I sure hope everyone can find these. I tend to make little finger foods for breakfast on holiday mornings . I will make these along with my sausage balls and my boys are super happy.
Things you need to make Breakfast Pigs in a Blanket
- One can of crescent Rolls
- 2 Packages of Precooked Sausage Links
- Dipping cups – these come in handy for all kinds of things
- Baking Sheet
- Pizza Cutter-optional but Makes life easier
- parchment paper
Let’s make Breakfast!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and either spray a cookie sheet or line it with parchment paper. Open and unroll the crescent rolls and divide it in four sections.
Take 1/4 of the dough and cut in six strips and wrap the sausage , then place them on the baking sheet.
Repeat this 3 more times and bake in a preheated oven for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm with or without syrup, I highly recommend the syrup if you like savory and sweet.
Breakfast Pigs in a Blanket
- 2 Packages Precooked Jimmy Dean Sausage links
- 1 can Crescent Rolls
- Optional-Syrup for dipping
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees and either spray a cookie sheet or line it with parchment paper
- Open the crescent rolls and using the perforations divide it in four sections .
- Too cut evenly 1/4 of the dough is cut into 6 strips
- After cutting 6 strips wrap the precooked sausages and place them on the cookie sheet
- Repeat this 3 more times
- Bake in a preheated oven for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown
- Serve warm with or without syrup
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Thank You Samantha, these are so good and easy!
Are the sausages frozen
No they found in the same refrigerated area at the supermarket has the uncooked breakfast sausage and bacon .
Wow, this one looks really good and tasty. I am pretty sure my family would be happy having this on their plates for breakfast.
Pigs in a blanket with sausage?? That’s genius! What a fun breakfast recipe! Can’t wait to try this!
These are going to be a huge hit with my family this weekend! They look so yummy and so simple.
I love pigs in a blanket and this is a great breakfast recipe. Thanks for sharing, as it was delicious.
I am so glad you enjoyed it
This is such a fun breakfast recipe and love this idea for my holiday breakfast platter. Kids and adults would enjoy it alike and it is so much easier for me to put together as well.
So true..this is super easy.
Yum! My son will enjoy having these breakfast pigs in a blanket on his plate! I wish it’s breakfast soon.
Thanks Maggie ..kids love this breakfast.
These “pigs” look like such a fun and easy breakfast. I will be making them with gluten-free puff pastry – I’m confident that will give a similar breakfast treat.
Thanks Beth..that is a great option for GF.
I can actually eat these all day, every day, they are so yummy! Easy and fuss free, they came out fantastic. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe. It is a hit.
Thanks Jenny..I am so glad you enjoyed them.
This is a great idea how to make simple pigs in a blanket! So easy to prep and the whole family will love them!
Thank You ..this is super simple!
I have never made pigs I blankets before, but these really do look good and maybe it is an exception for Christmas! I need to make these for me and my family soon. Thank you for sharing.
These are the perfect pigs in a blanket to start with!