About This Crescent Roll Hot Dogs Recipe
Who doesn’t love a good hot dog? Not only does it taste amazing, but these days you can find so many delicious varieties. If you’re a fan of simple, fun recipes that don’t require a lot of ingredients, then you’ll love this crescent roll hot dogs recipe! It’s like getting to eat all the flavors of classic hot dogs combined with a soft, buttery crust, making it totally worth the (very short) wait!
All you need to do is grab some crescent rolls, your favorite hot dogs, and cheese, assemble everything together, and bake! They’re incredibly easy to make and will make your taste buds dance! Plus, it’s a great way to get your kids involved in the kitchen, as they can help with adding the cheese and wrapping everything up.
Plus, it’s very budget-friendly, making it great for families of all sizes who just want something tasty to eat without breaking the bank!
What You Need for This Crescent Roll Hot Dogs Recipe
- Crescent Rolls Dough: Crescent rolls are one of the biggest crowd-pleasers. Perfectly light, fluffy, and buttery, the dough works wonderfully for this recipe.
- Cheese: Whether on a burger or melted into these delicious rolls, American cheese slices are a timeless dairy staple that can add vibrancy and flavor to any dish. They’re popular not just in America but around the world, too. These airy slices of comforting goodness bring a long-loved creamy taste that livens up every snack.
- Hot Dogs: I used chicken hot dogs because they are a delicious and healthy alternative to traditional beef or pork hot dogs. They’re lower in fat than other types of hot dogs and also contain higher levels of protein.
- Cheese: I like to use American cheese, but other types of melting cheese, like pepper jack or cheddar, will also work well for this recipe.
- Hot Dogs: I have used chicken hot dogs, but you can also use beef or pork hot dogs.
Are crescent roll hot dogs the same as pigs in a blanket?
Some call them crescent roll hot dogs, and others pigs in a blanket or mummy dogs. The concept is pretty much the same, just the type of dough may be different.
Can these crescent roll hot dogs be made ahead of time?
It’s best to serve the crescent rolls when they’re fresh out of the oven. But you can also prepare them one or two days in advance, keep them in the fridge, and bake them just before you’re ready to serve them.
Crescent Roll Hot Dogs
Crescent roll hot dogs need only a few basic ingredients and are super easy to whip up for a tasty, satisfying snack!
Yield: 6 servings
To serve (optional):
How To Make Crescent Roll Hot Dogs Step By Step
Preheat the oven to 180℃ / 360℉.
Use parchment paper to line a baking sheet.
Lay out the crescent roll triangles on the baking sheet.
Get the cheese slices, cut them in half, and place one half on each triangle.
Place the hot dogs on the wider side of each triangle and wrap them with the dough.
Bake in the preheated oven until the rolls turn a flaky golden brown color, for about 12-15 minutes. Serve hot with your favorite dipping sauce.
- Before baking, brush a bit of melted butter over the top to get the rolls to turn brown. You can also sprinkle the rolls with some poppy or sesame seeds if you wish.