Oh, mother! We made this cinnamon roll pigs in a blanket recipe for breakfast a few days ago and it’s our brand-new go to breakfast!
For this recipe we cover a cinnamon roll around a sausage link to make the most tasty sausage dunkers. We will teach you how to make a maple butter sauce for dipping them in too. The mix of sweet and mouthwatering in a breakfast recipe is absolutely my jam! Remember our cinnamon bread bacon packing at Thanksgiving?
This is a sponsored discussion composed by me on behalf of Johnsonville Italian Sausage. The viewpoints and text are all mine.
What are Pigs in a Blanket?
Pigs in a blanket are an appetiser or breakfast food including little sausages covered in pastry.
I believe everybody has become aware of “pigs in a blanket” right? I definitely have and after that when Cade and I were speaking about what to do for our next post with Johnsonville, we understood we wished to make a kid friendly Christmas breakfast recipe and I all of a sudden understood I do not understand anything. Then I stated, what about our own variation of pigs in a blanket, you understand with the pancakes.
And Cade notified me that many pigs in a blanket recipes are in fact hotdogs or franks in crescent dough or puff pastry. What?! All these years and I didn’t understand! Well, this is still our breakfast take, cinnamon roll pigs in a blanket dunkers with a maple butter sauce
That’s right, maple butter sauce. Cinnamon Rolls. And naturally, breakfast sausage links.
Ingredients for Cinnamon Roll Pigs in a Blanket
For the sausage dunkers, all you require is 2 ingredients! So basic! For the maple butter sauce, you’ll require simply a handful of ingredients, the majority of which you’ll have currently athome Here is what you will require:
- Grands Cinnamon Rolls
- Johnsonville Turkey Completely Prepared Breakfast Sausage: we picked to utilize precooked sausages to minimize time however you can prepare your own sausage if you choose
For the Sauce
- Maple Syrup: get the genuine things … Grade A
- Buttermilk: includes some level of acidity to cancel the sweet taste and includes creaminess
- Butter: utilize salted if you have it
- Brown Sugar: includes abundant taste and sweet taste
- Corn Syrup: assists thicken the sauce
- Cinnamon: includes heat and taste to the sauce
- Vanilla: includes taste
The measurements for all the ingredients can be discovered in the recipe card at the end of this post. Keep scrolling for all the information.
How to Make Breakfast Pigs in a Blanket
Your household’s brand-new preferred breakfast recipe is simply a couple of simple actions away! You truthfully might not get a much easierrecipe Here are the standard actions:
- Preparation: pre-heat the oven and line a baking sheet with parchment paper
- Unwrap: open television of cinnamon rolls and unroll them all, slice each cinnamon roll “rope” in half to make 2 pieces
- Put Together: cover each sausage in one half of a cinnamon roll
- KEEP IN MIND: If pieces of the cinnamon filling falls off, select it up and push it into the dough twisted around the sausage.
- Bake: position the covered sausages on the ready flat pan and bake as directed
- KEEP IN MIND: While the pigs in a blanket are baking, prepare the sauce.
- Drizzle: utilizing the cream cheese icing that included the cinnamon rolls, drizzle over the top of the golden brown dunkers
- Serve: dunk in the maple butter sauce and delight in!
For the Sauce
- Boil: include all the component to a pan over medium heat, blend to integrate and give a boil
- Simmer: when boiling, minimize heat and enable the sauce to simmer for a minute, then serve
The sauce is absolutely optional, however we are consumed with it! Now do you truly require it? No, these are terrific without anything included, however I’m a sauce individual as is Cade. We like to dip, dunk, and drizzle so it was just natural to have a syrup to choose these dunkers. You might likewise utilize any range of dipping sauces like routine maple syrup or our buttermilk syrup.
The total guidelines for making this recipe can be discovered in the recipe card down below. You can print or conserve the recipe there also.
Can I Utilize Uncooked Sausage Hyperlinks?
We picked to utilize the completely prepared turkey breakfast sausages since on Christmas early morning I do not wish to fret about cooking, I simply wish to invest the day in jammies seeing films, having fun with the kids and consuming, a lot. Consisting of these cinnamon roll pigs in a blanket dunkers!
So you can utilize raw sausage links (pork or turkey) if you desire, however they will require to be prepared before covering them in the cinnamon rolls.
Can I Make My Own Cinnamon Rolls?
Yes, definitely! You can naturally make them from scratch or utilize shop purchased and the can be with or without the cream cheese icing. I’m personally constantly about from scratch (our homemade cinnamon rolls are the very best!), however I chose to bust out shop purchased simply to make life simpler on everyone.
How to Keep Pigs in a Blanket from Getting Soaked
My finest idea for keeping pigs in a blanket from getting soaked to consume them all! Haha! Such a best service, right? Ok, in all severity, when the pigs in a blanket are baked, set them on a cooling rack and after that do not cover them with foil or anything that would trap heat and wetness in. If you require to keep them warm for a while, leave them on the baking sheet keep them in the oven on low heat.
Can Prepare Pigs in a Blanket Ahead of Time?
You can absolutely prep and even make these the night before. You can even totally bake them the day previously, then stick them in a baking meal with foil over the leading and reheat for 10 minutes at 350.
They can likewise be made ahead of time without baking them. Put together the pigs in a blanket and position them on the baking sheet and after that cover and keep in the refrigerator up until prepared to bake.
For How Long Can Pigs in a Blanket Sit Out?
For food security, prepared pigs in a blanket need to not remain for more than 2 hours. Damaging germs can start to form after 2 hours and sausage dunkers that have actually remained that long need to be disposed of.
Can You Freeze Cinnamon Roll Pigs in a Blanket Dunkers?
Yes, after they are totally cooled, cover securely and freeze up to 2-3 months.
Watch How These Sausage Dunkers are Made …
We make sure that your household will like the tasty sausages embeded those sweet blankets and dipped because buttery maple syrup. Johnsonville is making my life so stinking simple this holiday and I’m enjoying it! If you’re searching for a breakfast the entire household will like, particularly the kiddos, attempt this cinnamon roll pigs in a blanket recipe!
More Sweet Breakfast Options:
Turkey breakfast sausages covered in cinnamon rolls and soaked in a killer butter maple sauce! Perfect for vacation breakfasts!
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Heat the oven to 350 degrees.
Location parchment paper on a flat pan and open the cinnamon rolls, separating each roll and unrolling the dough.
1 Bundle Grands Cinnamon Rolls
Cut each cinnamon roll “rope” that you simply developed into 2 pieces.
Wrap each sausage with the dough, getting any of the cinnamon filling that falls off and pushing it into the covered sausages without cinnamon on the exterior.
1 Bundle Johnsonville Turkey Completely Prepared Breakfast Sausage
Bake for 15-20 minutes.
If wanted, drizzle with cream cheese icing.
Dunk into the sauce and delight in!
For the Sauce
Location the maple syrup, buttermilk, butter, sugar and corn syrup in a pan over medium heat.
1/2 Cup Maple Syrup, 1/2 Cup Buttermilk, 3 Tablespoons Butter, 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar, 1 Tablespoon Corn Syrup
Give a boil and include the cinnamon, and vanilla.
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon, 1 teaspoon Vanilla
Refuse to a simmer for about 5 minutes, or up until thickened a little and after that serve with the dunkers.
You can put together the dunkers a day ahead on a flat pan, cover with saran wrap and cool. At the same time you can totally bake whatever and after that shop in the refrigerator in an airtight container. When you are prepared to serve simply location in a baking meal with foil over the leading and warm in a 350 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. The syrup can be made up to one week ahead and saved in the refrigerator in a mason container.
Calories: 263 kcal