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Smoky Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog Appetizer Bites

Smoky Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog Appetizer Bites recipe
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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:
8/2/2006
I made this for an engagement party. Everyone raved about them! They were gobbled up in minutes! I mixed brown sugar and water to make a syrup and poured it over the weiners before I baked them. Then I sprinkled even more brown sugar over the top. After they baked, I poured the warm "syrup" from the baking dish over the weiners once I put them on the serving platter. Everyone wanted to know how I made them. They couldn't believe that I only used 3 ingredients! I will add these to my list of favorite recipes!
posted:
3/7/2006
Ive used this recipe before, but I add brown sugar. Its not low fat but it sure is good!! It's worth the extra calories and fat.
posted:
2/13/2006
I made these for the big Texas Hold 'Em tournament for the boys. What a hit! My brother-in-law who is a magnificent cook was impressed. I make them the night before and put in a container with the extra juice from the smokie package. That way the bacon is moist. I then sprinkle brown sugar in the container, replace the lid, shake it up and place them on the pan. I also sprinkle more brown sugar on top and then bake. I bake mine for about a half hour. I am now obligated to bring them at every family occasion.
posted:
2/12/2006
Deviled eggs, 7 layer dip, and sub sandwhiches are my signiture appetizers. I am adding these to my list. These were extremely easy to make. I took the advice of a previous review and put a pineapple chunk on the end of each bite. The flavor was remarkable and I didn't have one left at the end of my party although I doubled the recipe. Can't wait to make again.
posted:
2/7/2006
I made these for poker night and again for the super bowl. People raved about these! They were so easy to make. I also sprinkled them with a little brown sugar and they tasted great and were very sooo easy to make!
posted:
1/31/2006
HERE IS A CRUNCH TWIST!!! AFTER YOU WRAP THE SMOKIES IN BACON, PREP THE COCA-COLA/BROWN SUGAR SAUCE. BOIL BOTH THE SUGAR AND COCA-COLA ON THE STOVE. LET THIS BOIL UNTIL READY. NOW, COVER THE SMOKIES WITH FRESH BROWN SUGAR AND BROIL FOR ABOUT 2-3 MIN ON BOTH SIDES (UNTIL BACON IS DONE). NOW PUT SMOKIES IN BAKING DISH AND COVER WITH THE COKE/SUGAR SYRUP. BAKE FOR 30-45 MIN. TRANSFER TO CROOKPOT. IT WILL BLOW YOU AWAY.
posted:
1/31/2006
I thought it was a bit messy making these; having to cut the back in half let my hands and the counter a mess. But they turned out great, not sure if I would make them again unless I had an event!
posted:
3/21/2005
These went really fast. I put a pineapple chunk on each one before I baked it. It was great!
posted:
2/6/2005
I forgot to mention with the brown sugar addition: Dribble the juices over the bacon-wrapped LIL Smokies before sprinkling with brown sugar--it will help the sugar stick a little better.
posted:
1/6/2005
Very delicious and extremely easy to make.
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