Pastured pork hot dogs/wieners (cooked, uncured & sugar free).
Skin on hot dogs can be found but skin-on hot dogs without chemicals or weird ingredients and made from happy pork is no easy task. Congratulations! Hopefully, they are in stock.
Cooked and ready for a fast supper, lunch or snack! Heck, these even make a pretty good breakfast. :) You can turn them into the star of an entire meal or you can grab one out of the fridge and eat it like a snack stick or like beef jerky (this is how they are most often eaten around here).
"OMG. The smoked cheddar hot dogs were delish!" - Lisa via text (my favorite type of texts).
Dogs in a Sweater
For a fun & super easy recipe, try this:
Skewer each hot dog with a wooden skewer length-wise. Using a tube of refrigerated breadstick dough, roll out each piece into a 15 inch rope. Wrap the dough around the dogs in a spiral, pinching the ends to seal. Bake in a 350° oven for 18-20 min. Serve with your favorite hot dog condiments! (Like a corn dog you don't have to fry!)
Topping & condiment ideas:
HOT DOG CHILI RECIPE
Make this hot dog chili in the slow cooker, a day ahead so it's ready to heat and serve at party time.
DO NOT pre-cook beef. Combine all ingredients together in a slow cooker (using your hands works best). Cook on high for 2 hours, then low for 2 more hours then have a party and make some chili dogs! Don't forget the cheese, raw onion and jalapeno slices.
For some interesting takes on how hot dogs are eaten around the country check out this article for inspo!
Pork, Water, Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Milk, Salt, Enzymes, Water, Cream, Sodium Phosphate, Salt, Beta Carotene, Powdered Cellulose, Potassium Sorbate, Natamycin), Sea Salt, Honey, Ground Mustard, Ground Allspice, Black Pepper, Ground Coriander, Garlic Powder, Nutmeg. Stuffed in natural sheep casings.