Monday, April 7, 2014

Pigs In a Blanket

Baked Hotdog

Our family loves a good baked hotdog.  We buy ours in bulk at Sam's Club and keep them in the freezer so we are always ready to roast a dog over the fire, put them on the grill or, bake them in the oven.

The first thing you need to do is bring the hotdog to room temperature so the dough will stick to it.  I took frozen dogs, warmed them up in hot water then dried them off with a paper towel.  If they come out of the refrigerator, pull them out and let them warm up for 10 minutes or so.  Just enough time for them to stop sweating.

The dough around the dog can be a refrigerator dough or made from scratch.  I make my dough so often I can do it in my sleep.  It really is fast and easy once you get the hang of it.  For my dough recipe check out the page on my blog at

After you make the dough, cut it into pieces large enough to wrap around the hot dog.  For additional tasty goodness, you can add ingredients to the dough before you wrap it.  Cheese, onions, or peppers our a great addition.

Mozzarella Cheese Can Be Added Right Before You Wrap The Hot Dog

Pinch Dough Around the Hot Dog Until It is Sealed Off

Place on Greased Cookie Sheet about an Inch Apart

Bake in 350 Degree Oven for 20 Minutes or Until Golden Brown

Serve With Your Favorite Condiments

Free Printable Recipe

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