Pigs in a blanket are such a great option for party food. They're especially popular for game day get-togethers and are surprisingly easy to make. As long as you've got cocktail sausages or hot dogs or little smokies, as well as puff pastry or crescent roll dough to wrap them in and bake until they're golden brown, you'll have a Super Bowl party appetizer in no time flat.
But what about a dipping sauce to go with your pigs in a blanket? There are lots of pigs in a blanket recipes and sauce recipes out there -- ones that include everything from ketchup to poppy seeds to sour cream to cranberry sauce and more. But we wanted to offer one that's fairly easy if you're looking for a step-by-step guide for the dish that means you can make it pretty quickly. Check out the pigs in a blanket sauce recipe below.
Easy Pigs in a Blanket Sauce
This sauce requires just a few simple ingredients -- mayonnaise, dijon mustard, and honey. You only need a little bit of all of them, but together, they make a delicious honey mustard dipping sauce for the pigs in a blanket just waiting on your baking sheet or parchment paper.
There's really only one step with the ingredients, too: combining them. You just stir together the mayo, mustard, and honey in a small bowl until well blended. If you want the dip to be cold, give it some time to refrigerate before serving with your little piggy snacks. If you want to, go ahead and put plastic wrap over the bowl, especially if you'll be moving things around a lot in your fridge as you're preparing your game day menu.
That's it! This sauce makes a tangy, sweet sauce for your pigs in a blanket that everyone is sure to love. You can pair the dip with other sauces for variety, or keep it simple with this recipe.
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- 1/4 cup mayonaise
- 1/3 cup Dijon mustard
- 3 tablespoons honey Use a specialty honey if you'd prefer
- Gather ingredients.
- Combine mayo, mustard, and honey in a small bowl until well blended.
- Refrigerate to chill before serving. Serve when pigs in a blanket are ready to be served.