9 Reviews

I fixed these in a small grocery store deli a few years ago. The early crowd went for the assorted breakfast biscuits, but the coffee drinkers that came in later and lingered longer, favored the "little piggies." They preferred honey mustard for a dip opposed to catsup or bbq sauce. This is another of Kim's wonderful recipes that qualify as "comfort food." Thanks, Kim.

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Breez March 27, 2004

These were quite easy and tasty. Dipped them in ketchup and bbq sauce. I did use 2 slices of cheese instead of one. Thanks!

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~Bekah~ November 30, 2003

I was wondering what to make for dinner when I remembered this recipe which I got from a thread about dishes that no one has tried yet. I had a large package of little smokies and 4 cans of biscuit dough. They like pigs in blankets but they really went crazy for these "miniature fancy ones". It was so easy and quick.Yes I did quadruple the recipe and make 80, I was hoping to have a lot left over to freeze for another meal or snack but alas, there is only enough left for them to have as an afternoon snack. I thank you and my 3 kids thank you. We had a lot of fun making these.

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Wenstar November 18, 2003

I made these for lunch, Sadly did not have chesses but they were still really fast fun and yummy to eat, next time I will be sure to have cheese Thanks for the recipe. One small note; that may not apply to everyone, we found that these were a little too salty and feel that this could be solved by simply rinsing off the smokies to get the salt brine off.

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LB in Middle Georgia February 25, 2009

These were good as a quick, hot snack. For me, they took a little longer to bake; about 18 minutes. I enjoyed them dipped in yellow mustard.

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Ginny Sue January 18, 2009

These were very good! I made them for my home daycare and the kiddies goobled them up. Unfortuantely I did too..lol. Very easy to make. I used a pizza cutter to easiely cut the dough and broke the cheese into 20 pcs before starting to roll. Also, I used a small smooth round glass to roll out the dough instead of the rolling pin (the less dishes the better in my house...lol). It went very quicky. Thanks for a recipe that will go into regualr rotation now!

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Chefcrystal April 15, 2008

These were very good. We had them with Honey Mustard Sauce #58125 and the kids loved them for Christmas Brunch. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us!

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Chef RZ Fan December 26, 2007

I have been making these for years. They freeze well and are a good after-school snack...just a few seconds in the microwave. They're also a favorite at our after church coffee.

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AuntMare September 07, 2007

These were so quick and easy and pretty tasty. I doubled the cheese but otherwise made as directed. DH requested that next time I find better sausage for these as the lit'l smokies tasted more like hot dogs than sausage; I'll probably try some kind of breakfast links next time. Thanks.

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littleturtle September 06, 2007
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