Sticky Piggy Blankets with Vegetables

I Have kept the tradition of the pigs in blankets, I mean Christmas dinner isn’t dinner without pigs in blanket right? ✨

And boy they were amazing, bacon is one food i have kept away from on my journey so am really pleased its nearly christmas time lol,.

These would work really well as a starter to with a relish or cranberry dip.

I will be making plenty of these, and i can’t see a problem with making them the day before and keeping covered and chilled in the fridge.

Makes 3 approx 143 calories each

Chantenay Carrots x3 medium size
Green Beans x 9
Mange Tout x9
Uncooked Cocktail Sausages x6
3 Slices Streaky Smoked Bacon
Asparagus Spears x3
1 Tablespoon Ketchup
1 Teaspoon Light Soy Sauce
20g Runny Honey
Mixed Herbs
Garlic Granules
Fry Light Spray

Time To Get Cooking

Slice the carrots lengthways and par boil, when done turn off heat and add remaining vegetables, keeping the lid on to soften.

Meanwhile in a bowl mix together the ketchup, honey and soy sauce season to taste with mixed herbs and garlic granules.

Lightly spray a baking tray with Fry Light, and place the 3 pieces of bacon on with 2 sausages on each slice.

Drain the veggies and add to the bowl of sauce mix, stirring to coat.

Divide the veggies between the bacon and sausages, saving any remaining sauce for later, wrap bacon around veggies and spray each one with another spray of fry light.

Place in the oven at 160 degrees for approx 20 mins, when almost cooked pour over remaining sauce and return to the oven turning the heat up slightly for a few minutes, to create a sticky glaze, keep checking so that the glaze doesn’t burn.

I really hope you enjoy this twist on a old traditional favourite. xoxo

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