Recipe: Tasty Vegetarian pigs in blanket

Vegetarian pigs in blanket. For many, traditional pigs in a blanket are a staple when making a Christmas or ordinary roast dinner. However, for that meaty side to make it to the table, a whole lot of real pigs have to suffer. According to animal rights charity Viva!, at least half of the world's pig meat comes from intensive farming systems.

Vegetarian pigs in blanket Open the crescent rolls, and separate the perforated dough into triangles. Spicy, honey-glazed figs are balanced by creamy goat cheese and buttery puff pastry in this fun vegetarian play on pigs-in-a-blanket. If goat cheese isn't your thing, try these bites with brie. You can cook Vegetarian pigs in blanket using 2 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Vegetarian pigs in blanket

  1. Prepare 1 of veggie hot dogs.
  2. Prepare 1 of puff pastry.

When you want to spice up your breakfast (after all, there's only so much oatmeal a person can consume), turn to this simple vegetarian take on the classic pigs-in-a-blanket, with veggie sausage, pepper jack cheese, and fluffy golden crescents. Keep reading to roll your way to a killer start to your day. Brush the tops of the rolled pigs in a blanket with the vegan egg wash and sprinkle generously with the poppy seeds. Remove from oven and brush gently with egg wash again, for a little extra shine.

Vegetarian pigs in blanket step by step

  1. Cut dogs in half.
  2. Roll in pastry.
  3. Spag them with olive oil and sprinkle with salt pepper and sesame seeds.
  4. Bake in oven about 20 mins until golden.
  5. Serve with favourite condiments :).

These keto vegetarian pigs in a blanket are a great appetizer or snack and are easy to make too. Enjoy them served hot or cold. Made with Fathead dough, you could use any vegetarian cocktail sausages for a dainty pigs in a blanket. Pigs in a blanket aren't normally the nicest thing in the middle of August – they involve the crockpot being on all day, and that's much nicer when it's cold out. Ordinarily, I'd want them in January, but the cabbage's day of reckoning has finally arrived, and drastic measures are needed to use it all.