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I'm a vegetarian so I cannot speak for my own taste buds, but I made these for my son's Toy Story Birthday party...I made an appetizer for each character and these corresponded with Slinky Dog...and they were eaten very quickly by all guests so based on that and the ease of making them, I will give them 5 stars.
GREAT Staple for those of us with picky kids! Love the idea of slicing the hot dogs 2 ways, makes for a nice little package. Thank you for the ideas!
I made this on 6/23/09 for mine and SO's dinner , and I'm sorry that it wasn't rated until now. This was made as written except for the cheese, a blend of colby, chedder, and monterey jack slices were used. Since I was baking another recipe at 350 degrees, I just used that time for this recipe and baked then for about 15 minutes and it worked out just fine. My Mom did something like this, but she used the small canned biscuits. Thanks for the bringing back the memories. " Keep Smiling :) "
Your other reviewers are serving these to their little ones - well this is a hit with my "big" boys who are ages 15 and 20. These are quick and easy and don't involve complicated, gourmet techniques so they work well for young people learning to cook. Best of all they have fun making them together - good bonding time for brothers. Between the two of them this recipe only serves two. Thanks for another family pleaser Mimi in Maine.
This recipe is fabulous! I'm always looking for recipes that are kid friendly. I made these with my nephew and niece (ages 3&4) and they absolutely loved them! I liked the idea of cutting the hot dogs in half and and putting the cheese in the slits too. I used beef hot dogs and served them with ketchup for dipping. Thanks so much for posting, this is a keeper for us!
JJ and I make this dish often, it is something that he (4 y.) can do very well. We also like to dip ours in ketchup and mustard, but it is great by itself as well. Oh JJ doesnt like cheese on his, so its okay to omit it.