What to Serve with Pigs in a Blanket? 8 BEST Side Dishes

This week, we are celebrating National Piggy in a Blanket Day!
If you are looking for some great side dishes to serve with your favorite sandwich recipe, look no further!
These 8 side dishes will be sure to please your guests and make the perfect accompaniment to that warm and cozy meal.
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Slow-Cooker Applesauce Pork Chops Apples are one of my favorite fall vegetables and a great way to use up some of your harvest from the garden.
Slow-cooking applesauce can make them tender enough to eat with a fork.
Serve the pork chops with some of your favorite sides, like mashed potatoes or cornbread!
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Why Consider Serving Side Dishes for Pigs in a Blanket?

People often serve side dishes with hotdogs, but why not consider serving a side dish like wine, potatoes, and salad with your Pigs in a Blanket? Not only do these dishes go with just about anything you’ll be cooking up, they are good for you! Pigs in a blanket may be a fun dish to serve, but they don’t typically pair well with heavy dishes. This is why side dishes are recommended. However, it’s important to consider what style of side dish you will be serving to your family and guests when you decide what to serve alongside the pigs in a blanket.

What to Serve with Pigs in a Blanket? 8 BEST Side Dishes

Some people like to serve a side dish with their pigs in a blanket, but oftentimes these dishes may be heavy or salty. It’s important to consider what style of side dish to serve alongside the pigs in a blanket. Here are 8 best side dishes to serve with your notorious snack. Pigs in a Blanket may be a fun dish to serve, but they don’t typically pair well with heavy dishes. This is why side dishes are recommended. However, it’s important to consider what style of side dish you will be serving to your family and guests when you decide what to serve alongside the pigs in a blanket. Some good options include:

1 – Mushroom Quinoa

Mushrooms give the dish a nice, earthy flavor that pairs well with any of the savory fillings. This can make it a great side dish to serve with your pigs in a blanket. A side dish of quinoa is a good idea because it’s one of the most nutrient dense dishes you can make. You can also add in some dried cranberries or toasted oats to change up this side.

2 – Green Bean Fries with Dipping Sauce

These green bean fries are a simple and delicious side dish. To make them, you’ll need to cook some broccoli, kale, or spinach in the oven with a little olive oil until it’s crispy. You’ll also want to mix in some granulated garlic and onion powder before baking them. Then you can top the greens off with your desired dipping sauce: ranch, ranch dressing mix, salsa, or sour cream (or whatever you prefer). Finally, serve your veggies for an easy healthy dinner recipe! Green Bean Fries – Preheat oven to 425 degrees – Line a baking sheet with parchment paper – Cut off the end of each green bean and peel them. Then cut them in half lengthwise. The french fry size should be about 1/8th of an inch long. – Place the cut beans on top of the parchment paper, then drizzle olive oil over them – Bake for 20 minutes, flip the French fries, then bake for another 10 minutes Dipping Sauce: – In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise and ketchup together until smooth – Mix in dried parsley flakes or cayenne pepper

3 – Spinach Salad

This is a recipe for a low-carb spinach salad with fresh strawberries and blueberries. With the strawberries chopped up in small pieces, it creates an interesting texture and taste to the salad that isn’t too overpowering. This spinach salad is one of my favorite dishes to make when I’m tired of eating the same old boring lunch items. It also provides a great way to enjoy the benefits of raw spinach without having to worry about how it will taste or what you should pair it with. This mix of fresh spinach, sweet corn, green bell pepper, diced tomatoes, and egg whites is one of my favorite ways to get my greens while still enjoying some carbohydrates.

4 – Simple Scalloped Potatoes

This dish is the perfect combination of simple, quick, and delicious. It only has 4 ingredients and is a simple mixture of butter, cream, cheddar cheese, and scallop potatoes. In order to make this dish even more savory and satisfying, I like to top it with either bacon or crumbled garlic bread. This dish is great for any night of the week or a special occasion. This low carb dish is quick to make and easy to eat. It only contains three ingredients, which makes it a great option for anyone looking to stay on track with their macros.

5 – Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

This is such a simple recipe. It only has three ingredients, but it packs a punch! The Parmesan and garlic bread take the dish to another level while adding that cheesy flavor you need. This dish really is fantastic when you’re trying to avoid carbs or eat something low-carb. The best part about this recipe is that it can be eaten hot, warm, or cold. With only 4 ingredients, I was able to make this dish for dinner one night. It is a great option as a simple and quick dinner or as a side dish to add to any dinner.

6 – Fried Apples

In this dish, the apples are coated in a cornmeal batter with flour, egg whites, and milk. They are then fried in butter until they become golden brown. This is definitely a recipe that you can prepare on short notice if you’re in a pinch. It’s simple ingredients make it easy to put together and you have the versatility of using it hot or cold. This is such a simple recipe. It only has three ingredients, but it packs a punch! The Parmesan and garlic bread take the dish to another level while adding that cheesy flavor you need. This dish really is fantastic when you’re trying to avoid carbs or eat something low-carb. The best part about this recipe is that it can be eaten hot, warm, or cold. With only 4 ingredients, I was able to make this dish for dinner one night. It is a great option as a simple and quick dinner or as a side dish to add to any dinner.

7 – Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Tomatoes are the centerpiece of many dishes, but if you’re looking to eat tomatoes as a side dish or not want the extra carbs, roasting them is a great option. This blog post has a simple recipe for roasted cherry tomatoes that only needs four ingredients and takes less than 20 minutes to make. The tomato’s texture is similar to that of an artichoke heart which makes it so delicious. I was able to add this dish to my dinner one night as a side dish and I loved how easy it was to prepare. Roasted cherry tomatoes are a simple and quick dish that is perfect for any meal of the day. They’re also a great side dish to add to any dinner. This dish takes less than 10 minutes to prepare, which is good if you’re in a rush or don’t have much time to cook. These tomatoes can be eaten hot, warm, or cold and used for so many different recipes (i.e. pasta sauce). Thus, these tomatoes are an excellent way to cut down on carbs or eat something low-carb without sacrificing flavor.

8 – Summery Couscous Salad

This summery couscous salad is refreshing and light. It’s a great side dish to add to any meal or an entree on its own. The ingredients in the recipe are simple, which is what makes it so easy to make. The dressing is homemade and takes just minutes to prepare. Summery Couscous Salad