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Smoky Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog Appetizer Bites

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Hot dogs wrapped in smoky bacon? You know these appetizers are going to be a hit, even if you've never made them before.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
9/23/2007
Yep, should have made a double batch of these! Gone in 60 seconds, for sure! I like the others sprinkled with brown sugar, put them in the fridge overnight, then sprinkled again with brown sugar before I baked them. I used low sodium bacon(I like the flavor better and it was $2 cheaper!) cut each bacon strip into thirds, then wrapped the sausage. Worked out perfectly. I baked mine for 20 minutes, then turned on the broiler. I didn't think they got crispy enough just in the oven. This is a great one for the kids to do, my oldest daughter is 11 and she did most of them herself. If you haven't done it, YOU HAVE TO TRY THIS RECIPE!!!!
posted:
9/8/2007
Absolutely delicious and super easy. How can you go wrong with 'pork and more poerk'? I sprinkled brown sugar on top before cooking.... totally amazing. Next time I'll have to make a double batch. A total hit.
posted:
8/7/2007
Very tasty & savory- guests gobbled them up.
posted:
6/4/2007
I agree with one of the comments below...I had these at a party w/brown sugar baked in them. Fantastic!!! So simple, but great
posted:
3/7/2007
These are wonderful. I had several requests for the recipe.
posted:
2/14/2007
I have made this recipe many times. I just added a little brown sugar to each wrap. They have been a huge hit! If you want to be the hit of the next party, bring these!
posted:
2/3/2007
Have been making this for years. I usually have to make a double recipe because everyone eats them. Brown sugar sprinkled on top does make them better. Let sit in a crock pot on low and they stay warm and become a little more crispy
posted:
1/10/2007
If you sprinkle brown sugar over this before putting it into the oven, it makes it 10 times better!
posted:
12/5/2006
This is a hit at parties! I suggest sprinkling them with brown sugar and letting them sit in the fridge for a couple of hours before cooking. It adds a nice hint of sweetness!
posted:
10/16/2006
This has now become the new favorite appetizer for our family functions! easy,fast and delicious!!
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