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Recipe of the Day: Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

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Few recipes can perfectly blend two iconic dishes. But this everything bagel pigs in a blanket recipe effortlessly combines the flavor of a New York Style bagel with the deliciousness of pigs in a blanket to make a wow-worthy snack for the ages. So, bring the party to you with this amazingly easy-to-make appetizer.

The Snack Food That Defines Every State

Not only are everything pigs in a blanket an easy, fun recipe to make with your kids, they’re also packed with flavor. The cream cheese filling is stuffed with garlic, lemon juice and scallions to make a mouthwatering and savory flavor. When adding garlic to the mixture, make sure you use a microplane — it’s a kitchen tool chefs recommend if you want to make restaurant worthy food at home.

The secret to making this tasty comfort food is to smear on more of your cream cheese mixture than you think. Then, go ahead and add in your hot dog and cut the puff pastry into your desired size. Then you add on your egg wash and sprinkle the pigs in a blanket with some everything bagel seasoning, which is one of the most beloved Trader Joe’s items of all time.

After baking them in the oven, you’re left with cheesy, gooey pigs in a blanket that can be served when hosting a party — or, better yet, make them for yourself and watch some of your favorite shows while you dig in. No matter what occasion you make this snack for, there’s no denying that it’s one of the best vintage appetizer recipes that need to make a comeback.

Everything Pigs In a Blanket

Ingredients:

1 puff pastry sheet

8 ounces cream cheese

5 scallions, chopped

Salt and pepper to taste

1 tablespoon lemon juice (optional)

5 hot dogs

1 egg, whisked

1 tablespoon sesame seeds

1 tablespoon poppy seeds

1 tablespoon garlic powder

1 tablespoon dried onion flakes

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

Combine the cream cheese, scallions, 1 tsp of salt, 1 tsp pepper, and lemon juice. Mix well with a spoon or fork.

Roll out the puff pastry sheet into a large rectangle. Place one hot dog on the upper left corner of the puff pastry. Using the hot dog as a guide, cut a square out of the pastry that will fit around the hot dog. Watch the video above for guidance. Remove the hot dog to spread a generous amount of the cream cheese mixture over the small pastry square. Place the hot dog back on the square and wrap the pastry around the hot dog (like a blanket!), using the cream cheese as "glue" to hold it together. Cut the puff pastry wrapped hot dog into inch-long pieces and place on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper, seam-side down. Repeat with the rest of the puff pastry.

Brush the top of each "pig in a blanket" with egg wash. Combine the seasonings (or use a store-bought everything bagel seasoning blend) and sprinkle generously over each piece.

Bake for 20 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown and your kitchen begins to smell like everything bagels.


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!


Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

A hot dog at the game, beats roast beef at the Ritz.

-Humphrey Bogart

You can’t watch the Super Bowl (or any national sporting event) without having at least one party food. Even if you are watching solo, it isn’t the same without some sort of festive food present.

This year I decided to turn my go to party snack (pigs in a blanket) into a sophisticated appetizer by adding a chic seasoning that is very in right now, Everything Bagel Seasoning.

Seriously, you can put the seasoning on anything and your food becomes a fancier version of its original self.

All kidding aside…these Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket are the perfect last minute appetizer because the prep time is less than 10 minutes. You can pop them in the oven right before your guests arrive and no one will ever know how little time you spend making them.

How to make your new favorite fancy Pigs in a Blanket:

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.

While the oven preheats, remove your hot dogs from their package and slice each dog into 3 pieces.

Next open your can of crescent rolls and break them apart into 8 triangles.

Using either a knife or pizza cutter, slice each roll into 3 smaller triangles (you want 24 in total).

Place a hot dog at the widest end of your crescent roll. Roll the dough tightly around the hot dog.

When your pigs are in their blankets, place them onto a non-stick baking sheet.

Sprinkle your Everything Bagel Seasoning onto each roll. Then gently press the seasoning on with your fingers to ensure it won’t fall off during the baking process.

Pop your Pigs in a Blankets into the oven and cook them for 12-15 minutes until they are a nice toasty brown color.

Remove the rolls from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes.

You have a few choices on how you want to serve your Pigs in a Blanket:

  1. Serve with the standards, aka ketchup and mustard.
  2. Make a quick beer cheese dip and allow guests to dip them into a pool of cheese before consuming.
  3. Last but not least, make my super simple Skinny Honey Mustard! (It pairs perfectly with the EB seasoning!)

When I made a batch of the Pigs in a Blanket (for testing purposes obviously), I seriously couldn’t stop eating them!

The Everything Bagel seasoning adds an unreal flavor to them that takes them to the next level and pairing them with my Skinny Honey Mustard added the perfect kick.

When I make them again for Super Bowl Sunday I will do my best to save some for our friends…hopefully we don’t eat them all before they show up!



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