Fun with Lit’l Smokies and Giveaway

by Robyn Wright on December 15, 2012

in Food,Reviews & Giveaways

Fun Party Food Ideas for Lit'l Smokies plus a giveaway from RobynsOnlineWorld.comSo it is not a party without Lit’l Smokies, right? I know here in St. Louis anything made with Lit’l Smokies seems to be a party food favorite. The folks at Hillshire Farm sent me some ideas and coupons to try them out. I played around with these the other night and wanted to share. I added in a few of my own ideas too. All of the recipes/instructions for the Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies Party Animals ideas are on their website. By the way, Hubby and T (and me) were very happy to have to eat the end results of this! Yum!

While these are great to put out as appetizers or hors d’oeuvres (Hubby pronounces that whose doovers by the way) at your holiday party or any event, think about them just for fun at home with the family too. It can be a little something different for movie night or family game night. Heck, serve them as the main course at dinner even. I remember having little smokies at breakfast even occasionally. It is nice to have a change of pace and some fun foods from time to time I think.

Fun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l SmokiesFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies

Since I was just playing around with different ideas I grabbed my cutting board, a pizza stone – I love baking things on the pizza stones – a package of refrigerator crescent roll dough, knife, a few other goodies, and of course a package of Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies.

So my creations did not always turn out like the pretty pictures the PR firm sent me. That’s okay though – it was still fun. This would be nice for the kiddos to help with and let them be involved. The end result is going to be pretty darn good no matter what it looks like.

Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies ReindogFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - ReindogFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies

First up – Reindog. The first image is the one they sent me, the next two are mine. While these look super cute in the photo they sent, they were honestly not very easy to do. You might be surprised at how hard it is to get a pretzel to break like you want it to for the antlers. Then sticking them in is not hard, but they do not want to stay. The instructions said to use mustard for eyes and ketchup for a nose – I did, but apparently my condiments just are not as pretty LOL.

Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig TutFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig TutFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig Tut

Pig Tut is next. Ok, it is not holiday-ish to me (well maybe Halloween), but they were still cute. You just cut the crescent roll dough into strips and wrap it around. The directions called for egg wash and such too – but frankly that was too many steps for me. So my little Pig Tut’s are not fully covered and I did not even attempt the mustard eyes again, but for some reason they still look cute to me. Kind of like the Who’s in Whoville all tucked in bed in the Grinch Who Stole Christmas cartoon – don’t you think?

Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig in HeavenFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig in Heaven (bacon)Fun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies  Pig in Heaven (bacon)

I love the name of this – Pig in Heaven! It is just Lit’l Smokies wrapped in bacon. I cut a slice of bacon in half lengthwise and then I in thirds for each of those lengths. What I found is that the bacon pieces that were more meaty – the darker color – did much better. Maybe save the fatter half of the bacon to render for another recipe or something. These took about 20 minutes at 350° F to get to this doneness, and frankly I think they could have gone a bit more. You could also add brown sugar over these for a sweet version – those are really good too and hold well on a hot plate at parties. The type of bacon you use will change the taste of these quite a bit. I think some peppered bacon might be a nice twist, but I did not have any in the house to try that.

Fun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig in a Blanket WreathFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Pig in a Blanket Wreath

Pigs in a Blanket Wreath – just make your regular Lit’l Smokies wrapped in a bit of crescent dough and place them in a circle. I just made a little one this night – but the bigger ones are better I think. I just wanted to give you the general idea of the wreath. You can put a small bowl of your favorite dipping sauce in the middle of the wring. I have seen folks make “bows” by cutting pieces of green and/or red bell pepper. Another option is to use fresh herbs as greenery around it – I think rosemary sprigs would be nice. And honestly, who doesn’t like a pig in a blanket?  (ok – meat eaters at least). Bake them for about 11 minutes on 350°

Fun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l SmokiesFun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies - Say Cheese!

Say Cheese! We had eaten tacos for dinner earlier this night and I had some shredded cheese leftover. Everything is better with cheese, right? So I just made a slit in the Lit’l Smokies and squished it open a bit and stuffed some of the cheese in there. They cooked about 11 minutes for it to melt and were yummy!

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Some of the other ideas Hillshire Farm sent me include Pig in Bed which uses puff pastry to make a little pillow and blanket. Next is Pig in Mud which is just a splash of BBQ sauce (or any brownish colored sauce) on the bottom. The Grilled Pup is another cheesy option.
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I thought the Lit’l Luau was really cute and would be tasty with sweet ‘n sour sauce but I know that would be some work considering pineapple rings are a lot larger than the Lit’l Smokies. You could try Corn Doggie and for sushi fans, the Pup-Omaki.

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  • Jane m

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    My LO is going to eat great on Christmas Eve when I make a tray of Reindogs. She loves real gigs, it’s a passion at this point. TY for the great idea.

  • toni jensen

    in bbq sauce is my favorite

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    I simmer them in my own homemade bbq sauce debbie jackson
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  • Kathleen

    wrapped in bacon, cooked and dipped in mustard

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  • Margaret Smith

    I love to wrap them in cresent rolls.
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  • sandra

    wrap them in crescent rolls to make pigs in a blanket

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  • Jackie

    I usually heat them up and serve with mustard. I love the Pigs in a Blanket Wreath idea.
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  • Elsie

    we love them with mustard….such a good snack!

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  • Lisa G.

    When I make them for the kids they love the bacon wrapped brown sugar recipe. When I make them for other gatherings I make the bourbon dogs in the crock pot.

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  • Carolyn G

    I dip my lil smokies in horseradish dip

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  • latanya

    cook them in a crock pot with bbq sauce and then eat them

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  • Margie

    We like the fried little sausages with breakfast items like pancakes, waffles, or eggs.
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  • angie

    Pigs in a blanket

  • Stephanie Larison

    We just made the Lit’l Smokies today for the game! I put them in the crockpot with some bbq sauce, let them cook a few hours and serve. Hubby loves them!

  • renee walters

    I like them wrapped in bread dough. Thanks for the great giveaway and happy holidays!

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  • deb c

    I put them in the crock pot w/chili sauce, cranberry sauce, and brown sugar.

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  • debbie

    I make pigs in blankets with them.

  • Angela Kinder

    We always make pigs in the blanket with the Litl Smokies!

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    I barbque them in the crockpot

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  • Ravzie

    I love the Reindog! How cute is that? I’m going to have to do that one, LOL. Usually I just have my little smokies in a bbq sauce in the crock pot. Not too exciting, I know, but people seem to like them.

  • Chrystal D

    I wrap them in bacon after putting some cheese and a slice of an apple on them, then stick them in my toaster oven for about 5 minutes.

  • Linda Lansford

    I put it in dip

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  • PAIGE CHANDLER

    I dip them in ranch dressing…Mmmmm

  • Gianna

    Everyone’s favorite way to eat them is in bagel dough. I make homemade bagel dough, wrap them, boil them and bake them. They never last very long.

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  • Ttrockwood

    My nephew loves these bbq’d and wrapped in a tortilla with ketchup and cheese

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    i like them dipped in ketchup
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  • casey everidge

    we slow cook them in bbq sauce!

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  • brandy

    I love wrapping lil smokies in a cresent roll and baking them. I make those at all holiday events! I never make enough!

  • corrie

    when i make them, i bake them in somehome made mac and cheese.

  • Tari Lawson

    I like them cooked in grape jelly.

  • Jane m

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    These are so cute wish I had seen this in time for Halloween, but we will be making them for Christmas.ty for sharing

  • Mendy Dinsmore

    We love them in bbq sauce slow cooked in the crockpot until hot!

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    We love cooking them in the crockpot with bbq sauce or as pigs in a blanket.

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    I JuSt Eat them with BBQ sauce. I would like to try them different ways though. ( I accidentally send a previous comment on accident. I hope that one is tossed out)

  • Lequetta Dyer

    My sister makes sum delicious BBQ sauce and summers them n a crockpot! Yummy!!!!! :)

  • Monique Rizzo

    I like em sauteed with pam.
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  • Rickie Hinrichs

    cash enough said.

  • Kyl Neusch

    eat as is

  • Gennie Lancaster

    I bake them and eat them with tortillas.

  • Jane m

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    I love these going to make some for Veteran get together tomorrow night

  • Karen Medlin

    cooked in slow cooker with baked beans

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  • Candie L

    I love them with barbeque sauce. Thank you

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    Thank you for sharing!

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  • Serge B

    I love them in little crescent rolls

  • Christine

    wrapped in bacon

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  • ky2here

    I like them in jambalaya or gumbo (I know that’s heresy – deal with it)

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  • Adrienne

    Wrapped in a crescent rolls…my favorite!

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    Oh can’t not 1 more day & we are going to get creative with Lit’ll Smokies

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    I like to dip them in fried eggs.

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    Cook them in a crock pot with BBQ sauce and grape jelly

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  • Denise S

    My husband eats them right out of the bag.

  • Kim W

    I cook them in the slow cooker with this grape jelly sauce, so good

  • Sylvie W

    I like having mine Pigs in a Blanket style. Its old school but soooooooo good.

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    Reindogs were a hit!

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    We dip them in BBQ sauce

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    This would be so much fun to make a family event with the kids.

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    great sweeps!

  • Jane m

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    We are going to make these again on Sunday for football night game. Great snack for my guys.

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    I love to put the Lil Smokies in the Crock Pot with some BBQ sauce and slow cook them, they are so good that way! Thanks so much for hosting this great giveaway!

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    I add them to mac n cheese for a bit of a change and added protein to the meal! The kids love it!

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  • lisa lo

    We just boil them, dunk in mustard then eat.

  • Deb C

    I love to have them grilled and served with cheese grits.

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  • Caryn S

    I like them in barbecue sauce

  • Jen

    I make pigs in a blanket then I dip in hot mustard!

  • Rachel Higgs

    I simmer em in a blend of grape jelly and shrimp cocktail sauce. I know it sounds funny but it’s delicious

  • Jennifer Reed

    I like Sweet and Sour Smokies in the crockpot.

  • diane Baum

    Love them with apricot jam in cresent rolls

  • Racheal

    We usually wrap them in crescent dough – pigs in a blanket. With ketchup and mustard on the side

  • Debra Hall

    i cook them in the crock pot in bbq sauce

  • Nicole D.

    I like them in a crock pot with barbeque sauce!

  • Shannon

    We wrap them to make pigs in a blanket!

  • http://terrypetero@yahoo.com Terry chaplin

    when i was little my mom would stop at the deli first get us kids a bag and before we were done shopping the bag would be empty , smart lady we loved them , we were quit and good, and full so she didnt half to cook lol. and the price was on the bag.

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    We love them pan fried until they’re crispy!

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  • Lucy Schwartz

    Love em just heated and eaten. If I want alittle more effort it would be in a BBQ bath.

  • karen m mayernick

    i just heat them up in the microwave and eat them with a fork. i can’t wait any longer than that.

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  • Laura P.

    I like to have them with some BBQ sauce.

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  • Sarah S

    I like them slice in Potatoes Au Gratin.

  • Erica C.

    I like Pigs in a blanket dipped in mustard!

  • Nicole N

    I made bacon wrapped smokies for Christmas, 80 of them for 10 people and they were all gone!

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  • kathy pease

    I love to fry them up with onions and green peppers

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  • Katherine

    I’d use them to make pigs in a blanket.

  • Valerie Taylor Mabrey

    BBQ sauce and cooked in a crock ppt
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  • Marie C

    I love them wrapped in crescent rolls but my son wants to eat them plain (he can’t wait) so maybe I can persuade him to try them wrapped in bacon.

  • Teresa Young

    We make a sauce of brown sugar & ginger ale – simmer until it thickens then add the Hillshire Smokies – serve with toothpicks. This also works well with sliced Hillshire sausage sliced.

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  • Kiara

    I like to dip them in BBQ sauce.
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  • Tanya White

    I love them with bbq sauce

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    Slow cooked in BBQ sauce
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  • laurie

    we wrap them with cresent rolls

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  • Beth C

    i eat them with mustard

  • Kayla

    I wrap them in crescent rolls!

  • harold

    Living in Louisiana, my favorite way to eat them is to boil them with crawfish and crabs in liquid crab boil and salt. So good!

  • Jane m

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    This was a great post, TY for sharing the great ideas

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  • joseph gersch jr

    i like to wrap them in bacon

  • tracey byram

    I heat the smokies then dip them in chili sauce and grape jelly dip. Sounds awful but tastes great!

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    I love when they’re in the crockpot with the bbq sauce mixture…mmmmm.

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  • Robin

    I love to have them wrapped in bacon

  • http://scrappybeader.blogspot.com/ Deci MacKinnon

    With bacon while camping.

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  • http://mommiathome.blogspot.com Heather Swarthout

    I usually cook them and eat them just the way they are! Sometimes I use a little brown sugar and honey mixture to dip them in, or I cook them in a crock pot with some brown sugar sauce. :)

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    we wrap and dip in spicy mustard
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  • Kathryn C

    we like them as *pig in the blankets*- wrapped in dough then baked

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    wrapped in crescent rolls. )

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    Wrap them with cheese and sometimes bacon

  • Ann Council

    We bake the Lit’l Smokies and make a mustard-mayo sauce for dipping.

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    I like them wrapped in crescent rolls

  • Vikki Billings

    I love to put them in the crockpot with either bbq sauce or spaghetti sauce..yum!

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    For the holiday we cook them in BBQ sauce. great with crackers.

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  • Michelle Tucker

    Our favorite way to prepare them is wrapped in bacon with brown sugar on top. Sometimes we put a little sliver of jalapeno under the bacon for a little sweet heat.
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  • Melissa Shirley

    I love them baked in Bar B Que sauce but my son loves them wrapped up in crecent rolls like pigs in the blanket. I will eat them both ways!
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  • Suzanne Weber

    wrapped in crescent rolls.

  • Susan Smith

    I like them in BBQ sauce

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  • Doug D.

    We put them in a barbeque sauce, let them simmer, and then enjoy with a fork or a toothpick.

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  • Ed Nemmers

    Baked and then dipped in honey mustard!

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    I make them in the crockpot.

  • Vannicea Bigelow

    I love them in habanaro sauce

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    I like to wrap them in crescent rolls and dip them in spicy brown mustard!

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  • Leah Shumack

    fry them up and dip them in mustard!

  • susan smoaks

    i like them cooked in grape jelly!

  • Charlene Shaver

    I like to wrap them with crescent rolls & dip them in mustard :)

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  • Bella T.

    I’ve always simply wrapped them like “pigs in a blanket” but now I want to try all of these creative ways!!! :)

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    I love to make pigs in a blanket

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  • Renee G

    I love them simmered in barbecue sauce
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  • Sand

    I like to make pigs in a blanket.

  • Roxann

    I like them with barbecue sauce.

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  • Jane

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    We will be serving these tomorrow during the Sundat Football games

  • Betty C

    We love them wrapped in crescent rolls.

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    I’m an email subscriber.

  • Betty C

    I follow on Twitter and tweeted – https://twitter.com/willitara/status/285249854739996672

  • Sarah L

    Another crescent roll fan. Dip in hot mustard.
    Happy New Year!
    Thanks for the contest.

  • Betty C

    Following on Pinterest and pinned this giveaway – http://pinterest.com/pin/122089839870142591/

  • Sarah L
  • Sarah L

    subscribe email: slehandwc at gmail dot com

  • Sarah L

    (forgot to mention: twitter follow you: slehan)

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642664/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies Reindog

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642672/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies – Pig Tut

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642674/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies – Pig in Heaven

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642677/ Fun ideas with Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies – Pig in a Blanket Wreath

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642678/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies in bed

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642683/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies in mud

  • Buddy Garrett

    Pigs in a blanket is my favorite way.

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642686/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies grilled

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642693/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies luau

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642698/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies corn dog

  • Sarah L

    http://pinterest.com/pin/283515739013642701/ Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies sushi

  • http://brokenwon.blogspot.com Wendy T

    The reindogs are cute….sorry they were not easier to do.

  • Gaye M

    I absolutely love the Pig Tuts! They’d be adorable for a Halloween party. The Reindogs are cute too, but I can appreciate that breaking the pretzels just right could be a hassle. We generally just wrap our Lit’l Smokies up completely in cresent roll dough and bake them. They’re good simmered in barbeque sauce too.

  • Tami

    My Son loves the little smokies. I am going out today to grocery store to try your Wreath idea. I even think the crescent rolls wrapped around the the little smokies that you show stuffed with cheese Might be a great appetizer as well. Very original..Thanks

  • Kelsie

    I know the contest is over, but those reindogs are SO CUTE! I would have never thought of that.

  • jennifer ponsart

    Finally some other ideas of what to do with these litle doggies other than my usual grape jelly and chili sauce! LOL

  • Kathleen Hand

    What great ideas! We love little smokies

  • http://www.facebook.com/malikins Jackie Lewis

    :( no one commented at all?

    • http://www.facebook.com/malikins Jackie Lewis

      pinned and subscribed anyway

  • Lynn

    we use them in spaghetti

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