Saturday, February 28, 2009

Homemade Kolaches

or pigs-in-blanket...whatever you want to call them
We used the following to make them:

I cut this up into 16 pieces.
Luke has been really interested in helping with breakfast since he helped Aunt Lauren.
After the last time we made these, he said we should have added cheese.
He said the cheese is what makes it a kolache and not a pig-in-a-blanket.

I couldn't get this shot for some reason...I kept getting a shadow.
Ready to go into the oven
All done

I think breakfast is Luke's favorite meal. He always wants more and wants to know how much is left after everyone has been served. I always make him add up the number of biscuits, cinnamon rolls, bacon strips, etc that everyone has and then subtract that from the original number to find out how many are left. Then he usually figures out how many more he & Cameron can have and still save some for Daddy :)


Tracy said...

We don't eat pork...but the kids make these for lunch all the time! We use Beef or Turkey Hot dogs (cut in half)...then they roll them up in cresent rolls! We skip the cheese as it tends to be soggy. YUM!

Tracy said...

PS you need to update your 365 particpants List!