Hot Dog Biscuit Roll Recipe

Thursday, December 28, 2017
I love an easy appetizer and these are such fun little hot dog biscuit rolls!


these are mini hotdogs in dough with cheese and mustard sometimes called pigs in a blanket


When I was a little girl, I would help mom make these. She always used pizza dough.


When you're in hurry for a great appetizer that's fast and easy this is my go to recipe using refrigerator dough.


The kids love them. I actually can't make enough of them, we never have leftovers! Of course the kids think this is a treat since they are so little and just keep popping them in their mouth.


I learned my lesson to make a double batch from now on. Pizza dough is my favorite to use in this recipe, however refrigerator dough will work great too.


I also like to make these around halloween and make mummy hot dogs with this recipe.


Those are adorable and I have a big plate of them ready for the kids.


No matter what kind of party you have these will always be a hit young or old. They are a perfect appetizer for all festivities.





these are mini hotdogs in dough with cheese and mustard sometimes called pigs in a blanket



hotdogs, halloween, appetizer, pigs in a blanket

these are mini hotdogs in dough with cheese and mustard sometimes called pigs in a blanket

prep time: 10 minscook time: 25 minstotal time: 35 mins
Roll out the dough, place a thin line of mustard on the dough. Place the hotdog on the dough roll, pinching the seam shut. Place seam down on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Brush the tops with butter, sprinkle with garlic powder and cracked pepper. Bake on 400 degrees until starting to brown on top.

ingredients:

1 package of 8 or 10 refrigerated dough (either buttermilk biscuits or crescent rolls) use pizza dough if you can't find refrigerated dough

1 package of hotdogs

Mustard or favorite condiment ( mayonnaise, ketchup, honey mustard etc.)
slices of sharp cheddar cheese

instructions:

Roll out the dough, place a thin line of mustard on the dough, then small piece of cheese. Place the hot dog on the dough roll, pinching the seam shut. Place seam down on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Brush the tops with butter, sprinkle with garlic powder and cracked pepper.  Bake on 400 degrees until starting to brown on top.
calories
65
fat (grams)
5
carbs (grams)
4
protein (grams)
6
sugar (grams)
2

5 comments

  1. Hi Claudia, your hot dog biscuit rolls look very temping and appetizing. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I'm sure my children will love it.

    Have a nice day, regards.
    Amelia

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  2. There are no telling how many of these my husband could eat. :D

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  3. This would be gone quickly here, great recipe!

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  4. I remember trying these for the first time when I was a teenager---I didn't expect to like them, but I did!! These must be wonderful with pizza dough!

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