I've taken pigs in a blanket to several church functions, and they're always all eaten. You'll need two cans of crescent rolls and one package of Lil' Smokies. Cut the rolls in half and wrap each sausage. Bake at 350 until the rolls brown. That's it!
I've never eaten one, but everyone always seems to like them.
VEGETABLE PIZZA (parts can be made ahead and then put together fast)
2 pkgs Crescent Rolls (poppin' fresh kind) Roll out and place in jelly roll pan or the like. Press the dough so that seams are together. Bake 12 minutes at 375 degrees. Cool.
2 - 8 oz cream cheese
1 1/2 cups mayonnaise
2 Tbls onion flakes
2 tsp dill weed
garlic salt to taste
Chop finely a combination of: (whatever produce you like that chops finely)
sweet red pepper (or orange or yellow)
Toss vegetables to mix.
Spread cream cheese mixture on baked crescent roll crust. Sprinkle with the mixture of vegetables. Top with chopped tomatoes and bacon bits.
I've done everything ahead and the assembled in minutes. I've depended on this a lot when short of time. People love it and it makes plenty.
TORTILLA PINWHEELS (Make ahead, slice when ready to serve)
2 pkgs 8 oz. cream cheese
1 pkg Hidden Valley Ranch dressing - dry
2 green onions - minced
4 12" flour tortillas (I ended up using more)
1 jar diced pimentos
1 small can mild green chiles
1 small can black olives
2 pkgs Carl Buddig-type beef, smoked turkey, whatever (the thinly sliced luncheon meats)
Mix cream cheese, ranch dressing, onions, pimento, olives, and chiles. Spread on tortillas. Lay on 1 layer of sliced meat. Roll together tightly, Wrap in plastic wrap. Chill overnight. Cut into 1" pieces; discard ends.