I keep seeing recipes all over the internet for wiener wraps, aka pigs in a blanket. Been wanting to try them, but hadn't yet. My original plan was to use some of the pizza dough in the freezer...
Today was a less than stellar day at work. I came home exhausted, made myself a margarita, and proceeded to think about dinner. I should have made broccoli beef, since the broccoli is on its last legs, but the last thing I wanted to do was chop vegetables, even a stalk of broccoli. So, I decided to try out the wiener wraps and serve them with Tater Tots. Kid friendly comfort food, as far as I'm concerned. Only problem? The pizza dough was still in the freezer.
Then I remembered seeing this recipe for Homemade Pigs in a Blanket, using a quick yeast roll dough. So, I decided to give it a shot. Yes, that's right. I didn't want to chop vegetables but I made dough from scratch. Don't look for the logic there, people, you won't find it. At least I have a mixer.
Anyway, I made the dough as directed, except I used all white flour. I decided to mix things up a bit and added a small slice of cheddar cheese into each one. As you can see, that didn't work out so well (other than the cheese got all crispy and delicious, so maybe it wasn't such a bad idea after all!).
Bonus...I had enough dough leftover to make some breadsticks, which we'll eat later on this week with spaghetti!