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Pancake Pigs in a Blanket is an easy way to enjoy your pancakes and sausage at the same time. This recipe is great for breakfast, brunch, or dinner.
Pancake Pigs in a Blanket Recipe
Fun, right? Every summer we head up to Michigan for a family vacation and my dad always takes us to one of his favorite breakfast places. My son saw “Pigs in a Blanket” on the menu and HAD to have it…I think the exact comment was “Mom, they actually wrap the sausage in a pancake!” He thought it was the coolest thing ever. The first time he had Pancake Pigs in a Blanket was about 2 years ago. How many times has he had it since then? Twice. He orders it when we go up to Michigan. I have never made it home, nor I have ever thought about it. Until now.
September is National Breakfast Month, and my family and I are celebrating with Breakfast for Dinner. And guess what I am making?
Pancake Pigs In A Blanket.
I told the kids and they actually yelled in excitement. I love it when that happens…when they get so excited about something I am cooking I get woots 🙂
As you can see, we used Krusteaz Pancake Mix for our “blankets.” Breakfast Night is easy with Krusteaz’s pancake and waffle mixes. I received several boxes for review, we are loving our breakfast nights 🙂
Now, here is our Pancake Pigs in a Blanket Recipe. Be sure to Print It and Pin It so that you can make it again and again.
- Krusteaz Complete Buttermilk Pancake Mix or Blueberry Pancake Mix
- Water as required by box instructions
- Heat n’ Serve Sausages
- Mix pancake mix and water as stated on box for the amount of pancakes you are making
- Allow mix to “set” for approx. 1-2 minutes before starting to cook
- Make pancakes – I made mine about 3 inches in diameter
- Warm sausages in microwave as stated on package
- Wrap warm sausage in fully cooked pancakes
- You can use a toothpick to hold the “pig” in the blanket
- Cover or dip in syrup
I hope you and your family enjoy this Pancake Pigs in a Blanket recipe as much as we do! Breakfast doesn’t have to be fancy…just FUN and this recipe is just that!
Survey results indicate that breakfast for dinner is a family favorite, as 30% of families make Breakfast Night a weekly occurrence and 67% of those who eat breakfast for dinner and have kids in the household indicate that for more than 67% of the families with kids said that breakfast night is either very enjoyable or their “absolute favorite.”
I can tell you, that my family would definitely agree with that survey! In fact, over at Krusteaz they make every Wednesday Breakfast Night, I challenge you to do the same…if you don’t already!