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Raciónes: 20-30 hot dogs


  • 1 package small cocktail wieners
  • 2 packages crescent rolls
  • OPTIONAL: shredded colby jack cheese


  1. Unroll crescent rolls and cut into thirds (makes 3 small, long triangle strips).
  2. OPTIONAL: Sprinkle shredded cheese over triangles.
  3. Starting at one end, roll hot dogs in crescent. Place on greased cookie sheet.
  4. Bake at 350° for 10 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Serve with ketchup, mustard or your favorite dipping sauce!
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  • John Spottiswood
    I forgot about these! I'm going to make these for kid appetizers at Thanksgiving. Yum! I'll make extra for those adults that sneak a few.
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    • SeventhSon
      I just tried these. They are very good. I added bbq sauce to the dough before rolling.
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      • Sara Winterkorn
        I made these on New Year's eve and forgot about them/ My fiance had never had them before and ended up eating more than his share for his dinner that night. I didn't have to make the main course! ; )
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        • Lyn Utermark
          Walter's favorite home made fast food...
          He used beef franks instead of cocktail wieners without the cheese
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          • Michael Gellett
            very nice
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            • Bebe Reeves
              this recipe dates back to the 1950's but it is still yummy. Add a little of your fav mustard for perfection. Dijon? Spicy brown, yellow kids' stuff?
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              • Callie
                we tried this recipe, it is really good
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                • Jennie McCluskey
                  Easy Peasy - made this for lunch today. Not healthy in the slightest but hubby and kids gobbled them up. We just warmed some nacho cheese for dipping.
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                  • Wendi Taylor
                    I've done this many times - great recipe. I also like to use breakfast sausages (and cut the each roll in half instead of thirds). Delicious with pancake syrup or honey as a dipping sauce. BBQ sauce or hot mustard are also good.
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                    • ShaleeDP
                      08 de Enero de 2013
                      I am curious about this recipe. I should give this a try soon.
                      • Veronica Gantley
                        05 de Agosto de 2012
                        These are so addictive! I just love them!
                        • Arturo Féliz-Camilo
                          07 de Junio de 2011
                          They look so wonderful! Almost afraid to taste them! :)
                          • 27 de Febrero de 2011
                            Wow this recipe has been made in so many different ways. My family loves them we have them sometimes for brunch.
                            • Monkey
                              16 de Julio de 2010
                              You know, instead of using cresant rolls a great alternative is puff pastery. I also brush egg yolk on top, too. But your recipe looks great
                              • Jacqui Patek
                                14 de Noviembre de 2009
                                LOL, you had better make twice as many...I know when I make them they seem to grow legs and disappear. Everyone loves those lil piggies. :))

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