Valerie's Review REVIEW: June 27, 2013 These little hot dog bites were delicious! A couple of notes: the brown sugar may start to burn if you cook it too long. I recommend rotating the the hot dogs in the crock so the ones on the outer edges don't burn. Also, use a good meaty bacon, if it's too fatty you might get too much grease forming in the bottom. Lastly, double the recipe. You can thank me later.
wowsers3750 November 16, 2013 REVIEW:
Huge hit with our tailgating group!
Guest Foodie October 15, 2013 COMMENT: I'm making these for a Halloween party, I can't wait! They look sooooooo good!
eyespy October 2, 2013 REVIEW:
Bet you can't eat just one of these! These are incredible! They were gone in seconds *and* I doubled the recipe!
Mira August 18, 2013 REVIEW:
This is everyone's favorite at my house! I make these for every get-together I have with family or friends and everyone loves these.
Guest Foodie July 13, 2013 REVIEW:
You're right about doubling these, they are addicting! Thank you for the recipe!
Kim February 6, 2008 REVIEW:
This recipe is AWESOME!!! It's the easiest party dish and everyone absolutely loved it. To make it more of a finger food, slice the hot dogs in thirds and wrap with half a strip of bacon. I made a second batch with Nathan's smoked sausage (2 packs of 6 and I cut each sausage into thirds) and added a half bottle of honey barbeque sauce... people raved about it! I highly recommend this as I will be making these for many future parties!
macey December 9, 2007 REVIEW:
I read the review on this recipe and decided to try it. I had to take something to a party and thought I'd be brave and take something I hadn't made before. I was not disappointed! Everybody loved them. If you double the recipe definitely takes 4 hours.
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skilohottie November 7, 2004 REVIEW:
YUM!! This was EASY and very tastey! I made it for a party of 24 and just doubled the recipe. The bacon got nice and brown and the hotdogs were so juicy! It was a big hit and I would make them again in a second!
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