Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Doggy Biscuits

Hamburgers and Hot Dogs are classic American foods. Its always great to find fun new ways to enjoy them.  This twist on Hot Dogs is perfect for single-handed eating which, of course, compliments any raider's schedule. 

Typically you would cook the hot dog and put it in a bun and top it with your condiments. But if you aren't careful, that hot dog will make like an escape artist and try and flee for its life, usually retreating out the back of the bun or even out the bottom.  

This ingenious idea grabs a firm hold of the hot dog, tethering it in place so that it has no where to run and no where to hide.

Doggy Biscuits
8 Servings | Total Time: 25 Minutes | Apprentice

  • 1 pkg Hot Dogs
  • 1 pkg jumbo Biscuit dough
    Craft: Preheat oven to 375°. Open biscuit dough and divide the biscuits. Wrap one biscuit around one hot dog, pinching the dough together at the bottom. Place seam-side down on a cookie sheet. Repeat with remaining dogs and biscuits. Cook in oven for 20 minutes or until biscuits are fully cooked.

    Strategies: You can use any style biscuit dough or hot dog you want for this recipe, as long as the size is Jumbo, so they will stretch nicely around the hot dog.  Also, try topping it with cheese as soon as they come out of the oven. 

    • Hot Dogs $0.88
    • Biscuit Dough $0.99
    Total Cost: $1.87
    Cost Per Serving: $0.23

    Categories: Casual, Expansions, Troll Fuel

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