When you're at the store, don't you just love seeing the sections full of all those As Seen on TV products? Maybe you wonder if the items actually work, and want me to test them out for you so you don't waste your cash! If so, this one might make you squeal with excitement! Can you guess the item? That's a hint for you!
We tested out a product called the Piggy Pop, a creative twist on pigs in a blanket. Basically, it's a tray with molds that look like little pigs. We'll see if we are bacon up success or if we'll cry, "wee, wee, wee" all the way home.
The infomercial explains, "It's easy! Just pour in any batter, fill with your favorite franks and bake! Wow! In just minutes, 12 homemade pigs in a blanket just pop out and look amazing!"
The video goes on to show that you can dip, drizzle and devour with ease. Plus, there are lots of different ways to make the treats. You can bake pizza pops out of them, grill hot dogs to create barbecue treats, or even desserts like chocolate, Jello, brownies and more! Click here to watch the infomercial.
We gave it a traditional try. We sprayed the tray as instructed and filled with the batter and mini hot dogs. We actually had to cut the mini franks in half for them to fit inside. Otherwise, they were too big. Then, we cranked up the oven to 350 degrees. They're supposed to bake for 12-to-15 minutes. We set our timer for 12 minutes.
When they were done, they popped out with ease, and the cleanup was simple! You're going to want to hog all of these when you're pigging out!
The Piggy Pop also claims to be BPA-free and dishwasher safe. It comes with a free recipe book, but you may have to bake in bulk. We followed the recipe exactly, and had so much batter left after to the first tray of 12 little piggies.
We bought our Piggy Pop for $9.88 at Walmart, a better price than what's on the Piggy Pop website.
So, where does it rank on our Bull or No Bull Meter? I'm going with... NO BULL!
Give it a try, and let me know what you think.
Also, what items do you want me to try before you buy? Email me, and if you're interested, we can try to test them out together!