HOT DOG NUGGETS #appetizer #lunch

HOT DOG NUGGETS #appetizer #lunch

Sausage Nuggets - it's the family's new most loved formula! It's straightforward, delectable and is ideal for lunch, supper or even a gathering!

I am so eager to impart this formula to you all today! It's a formula that is SO easy to make and one the children completely adored. Actually, we've officially made it twice this month. 😉 It's for Hot Dog Nuggets! I had detected a comparative formula in one of my numerous Paula Deen magazines and realized I needed out it an attempt. Hers appeared somewhat more confused, so I needed to make it increasingly basic. Luckily, we adored how it turned out and are eager to have another formula everybody in the family cherishes. 😉

We're not excessively favor around these parts and will in general have sausage or corn hounds every month. Since we have them every month, I have an inclination that it gets a touch of exhausting so I needed to have the option to attempt "another variant" of this exemplary dinner and was satisfied at how basic and scrumptious they were. Actually, they are so basic even the children can help make them. All you truly need to do is cut up the wieners, envelop them by little bits of bow mixture and you're finished. Simple, isn't that so?

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HOT DOG NUGGETS #appetizer #lunch


  • 5 hot dogs
  • 1 can crescent rolls
  • ketchup and mustard for dipping


  1. Begin by preheating you oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Slice your hot dogs into thin pieces (ours were about half inch each). Set aside.
  3. Roll out your crescent dough and press the seams together.
  4. Cut into 8 strips. Then cut lengthwise into 8 more strips. You should end up with 64 1.5 inch x .5 inch pieces.
  5. Wrap the hot dogs in the crescent pieces and place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  6. Bake for 8 to 9 minutes. Serve warm. ENJOY!

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