Pigs in a Blanket Pull-Apart

Prep Time: 20 min.
Bake Time: 25-30 min.
Servings: 8-10
Difficulty: Beginner

Pull-apart pigs in a blanket with bacon will be the star finger food at your next party!


12 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, dough thawed to room temperature
1 package lit’l Smokies
Barbecue sauce


Spray a 12 inch round pizza pan with cooking spray. Cut each roll into three equal sized portions. Roll each piece into a 3 to 4 inch rope. Wrap each rope around each lil’ smokie several times and tuck ends under dough. Repeat and arrange on pizza pan. Bake at 350ºF for 20-25 minutes. Serve with BBQ sauce in the middle.

  • Carole kemp
    January 25, 2020

    Loved all t rec.Planning to the bacon pigs for super bowl next week.

    • Debbie from Rhodes
      January 27, 2020

      Me too! I think it is a great presentation and looks yummy!

      • David mccutchin
        January 24, 2021

        I made these before the Packer game On Sunday. Made ACCORDING to directions. Baked for 45 minutes, still not brown, doughy between Dogs.

        Threw them away.

        • Debbie from Rhodes
          January 25, 2021

          At times you may have to bake longer and so I would cover them with aluminum foil so the top doesn’t get too browned. You could also lay them on a baking sheet individually and bake them that way.
          Call our Customer Satisfaction department at 1-800-876-733 and they would be happy to send you a replacement coupon for that product.

  • February 1, 2020

    Bought my Rhodes Rolls last night! Ready for Super Bowl!

    • Debbie from Rhodes
      February 4, 2020

      Wonderful!!! Happy Superbowl and happy baking!

  • April 4, 2020

    I make thes individuaLly all the time for geT-to-gAthers, Sunday School class & for BREAKFAST at home. Always a winner!! People
    always want to know what the bread is. They are the best pigs-in- a- blanket i’ve ever had!!!

    • Debbie from Rhodes
      April 6, 2020

      So happy to hear how you use our recipes! These are so yummy!

    • February 3, 2021

      Do you cook them as shown or individually laying on cookie sheet?

      • Debbie from Rhodes
        February 4, 2021

        Thanks for your question. You can do either as shown or individually on a baking sheet. If you are doing them as shown you may want to cover them with aluminum foil toward the end of baking to make sure they are baked thoroughly in the middle. Hope everyone enjoys these!

  • Vicki l.
    February 7, 2021

    These were really good – but time-consuming to make. I wound up having to thaw an additional 4 rolls to fill in the baking dish. i also had to bake them quite a bit longer, covering them with foil when the edges started browning too much. Huge hit at our super bowl homegating party.

    • Debbie from Rhodes
      February 8, 2021

      Yes, they are a bit time-consuming but worth it! And it is a lot of dough in that dish so I do think it is best to cover them with aluminum foil during the last of the baking time to assure they are thoroughly baked! Glad you enjoyed them and glad you were resourceful!

  • Sheelah
    March 15, 2024

    There is no rising?

    • Debbie from Rhodes
      March 20, 2024

      No, you really don’t need to let them rise.

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