You have to try these pigs in a blanket recipe!
Pigs in a blanket have to be a staple of nearly everybody’s childhood. This nostalgic and versatile recipe was likely served up at your birthday party, after-school snack, or maybe even a quick dinner! No matter the occasion, pigs in a blanket are known for their simple deliciousness that really hit the spot.
While kids certainly love this recipe, adults can enjoy it, too. You can even indulge in it if you’re following a low carb diet. The secret? Coconut flour! You’ll still achieve the same flakey texture of the “blanket” without all of those unnecessary carbs. This is a keto dream come true!
What you’ll really appreciate about this recipe is that it can be whipped up in just a few minutes. In just over thirty minutes you can be serving up your very own batch of this deliciousness. Don’t forget to use your dipping sauce of choice.
One of the best things about pigs in a blanket is that you can really serve them up for nearly anything. They are a great addition to an appetizer table, but you can absolutely enjoy them for a quick lunch or dinner. Do you really even need a reason? We think not!
If you’re looking for a way to bring back the flavors that you love the most, then look no further than this easy-to-follow keto-friendly recipe. This just another example of how keeping it keto can be easy to do and absolutely delicious! Whip up your very own batch and watch how quickly they disappear.
We’ve got another childhood staple for you – keto chicken nuggets from Cassidy’s Craveable Creations! These crispy and tender treats are a big hit with adults and children alike!
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