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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Pig in a Blanket

Me and Rylie made pigs in a blanket for our merienda (snack) this afternoon. We had fun doing it! It's so quick and easy to prepare. We bought a pack of Pillsbury crescent roll and wrap up the smoked sausages, put it in the oven and bake it for 20 minutes and its done! uhhhmmm yummy!
Try to do it with your kids, its fun!

11 comments:

  1. From the look itself makes me hungry...Can I have some?

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  2. yeah it is absolutely yummy, its one of our favorite merienda... saka madaling lutuin.. kahit yung lil' girl yakang yakang gawin eh heheh..

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  3. panu gawin ang pig?
    give naman ng recepppee hehe

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  4. i will try this one with jacob, thanks for sharing the idea with us, it looks so yummy, too :-) dropping and saying have a nice day!

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  5. I also make that too...I can't wait when Akesha grow up and help me to do stuff like cooking and baking..hehhe...sarap talaga lalo na pag mainit-init pa! drop the bomb sistah!

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  6. Read my post Fe, so easy as ABC's hehehehe..

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  7. Hello Ate Cecille, your are welcome.. Yeah it's fun to do it with your lil ones.

    While we were doing it she was saying "I can even do this Mommy in my sleep" Hahaha over confident.

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  8. Sige lovely kuha ka lang hehehe!

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  9. Hi Demz, try letting her help you, am sure she'll like you. I can't ever cook without rylie bugging me that she has to help me hehehe.. She said that everytime she help me cook it taste even better hahaha..

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  10. yum..i love veggie pigs in a blanket..i just might have to make those tonight...

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