Biscuit Cheese Dog
Two ingredients and one cooking tool, which you can find at the campsite, is all you need for one of the most basic hot dog recipes you can make. Use this go-to meal when you only have time for a quick dinner at the campsite.
1 package uncooked, crescent rolls
1 package hot dogs
1 package sliced cheddar cheese
Dijon mustard, optional
Can of baked beans, optional
Lay the crescent rolls out and roll your hot dogs inside of them. If you want to include cheese, lay one or two slices on the uncooked crescent roll and roll it in with the hot dog.
Stick one corner of the roll to the other, so the hot dog stays in, and then put it on the end of a stick. Let your little ones cook these over the fire until the rolls and hot dogs are cooked through. Pull your finished cheese dogs off the sticks and serve with a side of baked beans and Dijon mustard for dipping, or enjoy it all by itself.
Hot Dogs for Breakfast
Hash is perfect for a filling campsite breakfast, and this hot dog recipe is a great substitute for sausage when you have extras on hand. Get your little ones excited with this fun and unique breakfast.
5 hot dogs, chopped small
1 bell pepper, chopped thick
2 red potatoes cut into small chunks
1 sweet potato cut into small chunks
1 onion, chopped thick
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 tablespoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Put olive oil in your cast iron pan and place it on the camp stove or over the fire. Add your veggies and potatoes with the garlic and chili powder. Let this cook for 5 minutes, and then mix in the hot dogs. Let this cook until the hot dogs are ready and the onions are caramelized. Add salt and pepper to taste, and serve with two over easy eggs and a side of toast.
Don't settle for the same old dog, bun and relish. Instead, try one of these hot dog recipes, sure to feed and please a large group of both kids and adults.
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