This is part of a small series on sandwiches I'm doing. I found myself with all these excess rolls and meat, and I'm trying out my yummy recipes.
This particular sandwich is easy and good any time of day. Kids who don't like nuts will like it because it's got the flavor of almonds, but not the texture.
I make these all the time...whenever I feel like it! Right now I'm on Weight Watchers and a DOUBLE hot dog with this sauce is a mere 9 points! (I looked it up, don't worry.) I use fat-free turkey links, but they're from Ballpark, so they taste like the real deal, and low-fat potato rolls. The sauce is nothing more than...well, you'll find out!
Whenever you want to jazz up a hot dog, make these. They're great cold, too.
I adapted this recipe from two fabulous sources: The Cookie Pie idea from my favorite vegetarian restaurant, Claire's Cornucopia, in New Haven, and the cookies for the cookie pie from KC_Cooker's "Lisa's Swirled Chocolate Chip Cookies"
This is delicious! But definitely not low fat...
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