I love to make these for the kids. I cut the dog almost all the way through as my kids are little and it is just safer that way. I also try to spread the dough out over as much of the hot dog as possible. When I feel like eating one with the kids I will spread a little mustard along the top before I cook them.
Like the other reviewer we make these but stuff them with cheese. We have also used the reduced fat crescent rolls and the veggie dogs to suit the diets in the house. This is definitely a quick and easy family friendly food
I just love these. Been making them for years. They are a huge hit with the grandkids too. I also stuff mine with cheese. Slice partially thru the dawg (not all the way thru & not all the way to the end of the dawg) and stuff with the cheese of your choice. Yummy!
This is so simple. Great snack for kids of ALL ages! =)
Great way to make hot dogs! I rolled it up with some cheese, and next time I think I'll do two rolls - one rectangle - in place of just one crescent roll. Easy and tasty lunch for the kids - thanks!
I love this. I'm 23 and never tried it before now. Boy was I sure missing out!
hehe, for the kids? ;) my hubby and I, both in our mid-twenties, *loved* this recipe! nice classic. I was exhausted from work tonight yet had a hungry DH asking for dinner so I made this recipe and we both were happy! thanks so much!
my family also enjoy these very much have had them for years we also put cheese in them nice to see am oldy but goody
These were a mainstay growing up in a family of six kids. Mom always stuffed cheese slices in the hotdog and always had them every year on Halloween...hence the name Halloweenies! I now make them for my kids and they love them.
We all loved this quick and easy treat! I also added a little shredded cheese. We had ketchup and mustard to dip them in and had cole slaw on the side. It was like a quick little picnic. Fried apple pie and ice cream made a good little ending to our "picnic", too.