One of the things I missed going keto — until now — was pigs in a blanket. Here’s a great pigs in a blanket recipe that you can enjoy guilt-free, with all the flavor and fun you remember. Great for parties!
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✅Pigs in a Blanket
Net Carbs/Serving: 3.8g
Nutrition: 499 Calories / 25.3g Protein / 41.3g Fat / 3g Fiber
*This recipe is incredibly filling, because of the dough, which is made up of cheese and almond flour. You’ll be hard-pressed to eat a full serving and want more. Or at least I was.
🔔NOTE: Nutrition and carb counts do not include the “Everything Bagel” seasoning, which is optional (and roughly zero carbs anyway).
Yield ~1 Cup
Serving Size: 2 tbsp.
Net Carbs/Serving: 1.7g
Nutrition: 157 Calories/0.3g Protein/18.2g Fat/2.1g Carbs/0.4g Fiber/1.7g Net Carbs
📋Pigs in A Blanket Ingredients
8 Uncured pure beef hot dogs (Dried thoroughly)
4 Precooked sausages (I used Andouille) (Also dried)
~1 Batch Fathead dough
1 tbsp. Seasoning of choice (Optional; I used Trader Joe’s Everything Bagel seasoning)
📋Egg Wash (optional)
1 Large egg yolk
1 tbsp. water or heavy cream
📋Dipping Sauce Ingredients
¾ C Mayonnaise (with olive oil or avocado oil)
*2 tbsp. Keto ketchup (recipe: https://dot2trot.com/keto-ketchup-rich-savory/)
2 tbsp. Prepared horseradish
½ tbsp. Dijon mustard
½ tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
½ tbsp. Sweet Paprika
1 tsp. Ancho Pepper
5-8 Dashes Frank’s Hot Sauce
½ tsp. Sea salt (I used Pink Himalayan)
1. Preheat oven to 400; Place parchment paper on a rimmed baking sheet and set aside.
2. If making the egg wash, place an egg yolk in a small bowl; Add in cream or water and beat to combine; set aside.
3. Remove dough from refrigerator just before rolling it out (it must be chilled to work with it). Roll out the dough between two pieces of parchment paper, shaping it into a narrow rectangle about 1/4-inch thick.
4. Using your hands, wrap the dough around each hot dog and sausage. Tuck the dough in on itself to secure it around the hot dog. Repeat with remaining hot dogs and sausages.
5. If using the egg wash: Use a pastry brush the dough of the pigs in a blanket with the egg wash.
6. Sprinkle each with seasoning of choice, if desired; gently press the seasoning on the dough.
6. Using a sharp knife, cut the sausages into 4 equal sized pieces. You may have to press on the dough wrap around each piece if they come loose during the cutting.
7. Place the pigs in a blanket on the parchment-covered rim baking sheet and bake until dough is browned, about 15-20 minutes.
8. While pigs in a blanket are baking, make the dipping sauce by placing all the ingredients in a bowl; stir to combine. Cover the bowl and refrigerate until ready to use.
9. Serve pigs in a blanket with dipping sauce and/or mustard, if desired.