Pigs in a Blanket Recipe

It’s almost Superbowl time!! And with the anticipation of the big game also comes the anticipation of all the fattening, greasy foods that are at all the Superbowl Parties. For any Weight Watcher, we know this is a dangerous path to go down. But, I’ve created and found some AWESOME Weight Watchers Superbowl Recipes that are SOOOO good, all those football lovin’ fans will never know that they they are eating healthy Superbowl snacks! If you like the traditional Hot Dog Pigs in a Blanket Recipe, then this low calorie version will knock your socks off! It’s just as good as the high calorie wiener wraps, but these babies have just 1 Weight Watchers Point each!! So you can knock back a few and feel no guilt at all. Plus, they are super cute, fun little finger foods that are still manly enough for the big game! Enjoy!

Cheesy Hot Dog Wraps Recipe

Ingredients:
– 4 Ball Park Fat Free Beef Franks (you can use the fat free turkey ones, if you prefer)
– 2 low fat, low carb, high fiber Tortillas (I used La Tortilla Factory)
– 2 slices of fat free American cheese

** Feel free to add in optional chopped onions, pickles sauerkraut or relish for no extra Points!

Directions:
Grill up your hot dogs, broil them, boil them, nuke them, or cook them anyhow you’d like. I prefer grilling them, but any method is fine. Then, cut cheese slices and tortillas in half, so now you should have 4 tortilla pieces, and 4 cheese pieces. Place each cheese slice on top of each tortilla piece. Then, put in the hot dog and roll it up! Bake in oven for about 5 min at 325 degrees, until wrap starts to become golden brown. Makes 4 YUMMY servings.

Serving size is 1 wrap
Each serving = 1 Weight Watchers Point

5 Comments

  1. I don’t understand how you got 1 point per wrap when hot dogs alone are 1 point

  2. I'm wondering if you substitute pictures a lot . . . I've looked at a few of your recipes and been excited to try them, but I often go by how good the food looks in the picture, which is obviously not a good idea if your not picturing the food that you actually made – like those mozz sticks, they looked to good to be true . . . and the poppers?

    • Sometimes I am able to get a good shot of something that I cook, but not being a professional photographer with a professional camera, I'm not always able to get good images of my own. In these cases, I try to get a generic photo of the recipe to use as a point of reference. I do my best to choose photos that are as close to the real outcome of the recipe as possible.

  3. So are the tortillas the same ones used in the Picture? Because it looks like Pilsbury cresents or that the wraps were buttered? You just wrap em up and throw them in the Oven?

    • Ahhh, you have a good eye! The ones in the picture are the traditional crescent roll wraps — AKA the much more fattening version, not the tortilla wraps that I used for my recipe. I used a photo that shows the more traditional recipe outcome so that it would be more recognizable to those folks who mat not know what Pigs in the Blanket are. :)

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