Cinnamon Roll Hot Dog with Yogurt Frosting Dip

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This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Pillsbury. All ideas and opinions are my own. 

My daughter has been asking for hot dogs a lot lately. Now, I have started to stock them in the fridge because she is always asking for them randomly. Most of the time, the buns disappear more quickly than the hot dogs. This can cause issues with my demanding toddler. After yet another trip to the grocery store in the late evening after I have already made dinner, I came up with the idea of grabbing biscuits and cinnamon buns to wrap around the hot dogs as I bake them. This cinnamon roll hot dog recipe is super easy to make because you really only have to wrap the cinnamon roll around the hot dog and then bake it. So simple and it has become my daughter’s favorite way to eat hot dogs.

 

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Ingredients

Hot Dogs
Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Original Icing, 8 count
1/4 Cup Plain Yogurt

Instructions 

Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees.
Pop open the Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Original Icing, 8 count.
Cinnamon Roll Hot Dogs (3 of 10)Set the icing container on top of the oven so that it liquifies.
Flatten each cinnamon roll so that it is an large flat oval.
Cinnamon Roll Hot Dogs (4 of 10)Wrap the oval lengthwise around the hot dog.
Roll the hot dog with cinnamon roll wrapping between your hand to help even it out and create housing.
Bake based on the instruction on the tube at 400 degrees for 17 minutes.

 

Yogurt Frosting Dip Recipe

While the cinnamon roll hot dogs are baking, mix together the icing that came in Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls container with 1/4 cup of plain yogurt.Cinnamon Roll Hot Dogs (1 of 10) Cinnamon Roll Hot Dogs (2 of 10)
Serve the hot dogs warm and either drizzle the Yogurt Frosting Dip on top or put on the side to dip.

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Cinnamon Roll Hot Dog with Yogurt Frosting Dip

Cinnamon Roll Hot Dog with Yogurt Frosting Dip super easy to make dinner recipe that kids love that is made with Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Original Icing, 8 count and plain yogurt
Prep Time 7 hours 25 minutes
Cook Time 7 hours 25 minutes
Calories
Author Aprilgolightly

Ingredients

  • Hot Dogs
  • Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Original Icing 8 count
  • 1/4 Cup Plain Yogurt

Instructions

  • Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees.
  • Pop open the Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Original Icing, 8 count.
  • Set the icing container on top of the oven so that it liquifies.
  • Flatten each cinnamon roll so that it is an large flat oval.
  • Wrap the oval lengthwise around the hot dog.
  • Roll the hot dog with cinnamon roll wrapping between your hand to help even it out and create housing.
  • Bake based on the instruction on the tube at 400 degrees for 17 minutes.
  • While the cinnamon roll hot dogs are baking, mix together the icing that came in Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls container with 1/4 cup of plain yogurt.
  • Serve the hot dogs warm and either drizzle the Yogurt Frosting Dip on top or put on the side to dip.
Nutrition Facts
Cinnamon Roll Hot Dog with Yogurt Frosting Dip
Amount Per Serving
Calories 0
% Daily Value*
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Potassium 0mg0%
Vitamin A 0IU0%
Vitamin C 0mg0%
Calcium 0mg0%
Iron 0mg0%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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14 thoughts on “Cinnamon Roll Hot Dog with Yogurt Frosting Dip”

  1. It’s like you told your three children to randomly go pick three things and you would make a dish with them. Hotdogs, yogurt, and cinnamon rolls? That’s the best you got? I know blogging can be hard, coming up with new recipes and all, but seriously? How about breakfast sausages, or, I don’t know, not doing the recipe! What, in all that’s good and holy about cooking, would possess you to make such crap? I’ve seen your other recipes, they all look fine. They look like you put some thought into them. This looks like you woke up from a meth binge and grabbed whatever you head on the fridge. I know how blogging works, and I know you did not eat these. These went to the trash. You seem like a pleasant woman. One with enough smarts about her to not blog hobo food. It’s not even good hobo food like Brunswick Stew or trashcan chili. Nope it’s an effing Bar S hotdog wrapped in store bought cinnamon rolls. Them drizzled with yogurt and sugar. Dear God, Escoffier is rolling over in his grave seeing where cooking has come. Please stick to Crock-Pot potatoes and cute Valentine’s. That seems to be about the extent of your reach.

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  2. 5 stars
    I done it for me and my son ,we loved them so for you may saying crybabies d ont knock it till you try it,it’s best with japolenia sausauge,….

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  3. 4 stars
    Hi, my name is Dason Sato. I recently had seven children. Two died of cookie dough related diseases, however the rest are hungry and ready for some dishes!
    Today I recently tried something new, hot dog cinnamon roll, because my son likes our dogs and cinnamon roles, so I figured the best way to teach him the dog will die is by having him eat a hot dog, while also expressing the bitter sweet side of death, (the funeral party) through cinnamon roll flavoring as well.
    When I first shoved the greecy hot doggy flavors between the fresh cinnamon role covering, I could already tell it was gonna be one heck of a treat. The flavors of the hot dog began to transform into something new, like a cinnamon hot doggy super saiyan of flavor. As I left it to bake, I noticed a familiar tune coming from my music box I had as a child. It was miley cyruses wrecking ball, so I knew that god must be sending me a sign that this food was gonna wreck house. ; )
    Once it was finished, the cinamony meat aroma was strong to the nose, as the greece itself had dripped into the cinnamon covering to create a fusion of sorts between the two seperate foods. My curiosity peaked when I had one of Tim Allen’s (sons first and middle name) in my mouth. I was pleasantly surprised to find the magic between my tastebuds was actually stronger than the incredulous smell itself. It was like having a party in my mouth, and this time, I was invited. If I was a more sensible man, I wouldn’t have taken the second one from my children, but alas, the cinnamon hot dog roll awoke something primal in me, and my more basic instincts kicked in as I went for the second bite. After a bit of waiting, my grumpy children came in, a little mad and ungrateful that I had taken some of there food without there consent. I would ignore this and tell them they could have extra rations of water this week. (We only drink a certain amount of gallons of water a week, and donate the rest to the ocean) My children were naturally floored by this food, and it may have to become a may stay classic in the Sato household. I can not express my gratitude for this article being written, and I hope only the best. Yours truly, Mr. Sato.

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