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Prep Time: 10 mins | Cook Time: 25 mins | Total Time: 35 mins | Servings: 12

These amazing puff-pastry-baked hotdogs are a delicious treat for all ages! Sausages wrapped around flaky crust with gooey cheese. To make these hotdogs, you only need three main ingredients. These tasty hotdogs are perfect for lunch, light dinner, or even snacks.

Whenever I am craving a lighter lunch or dinner, one of my go-to is this puff-pastry-baked hotdog. They are not only delicious, but incredibly easy to make using simple ingredients. My kids are always very excited whenever I make these hotdogs. During the weekend, and I have guests coming over, I make sure to throw together a big batch as these puff-pastry baked hotdogs are quickly gone! The sesame seeds are optional, but are highly recommended! Also, you are welcome to use your favorite hotdog sausage or easy-melt cheese.


1 egg, lightly beaten


2 rolls of Frozen Puff-Pastry defrosted

12 slices Processed Gouda Cheese (or use any easy melt varieties)

Sesame Seeds to sprinkle (optional)

12 Frankfurter Sausages (or your favorite Hotdog Sausage)

How to make Puff-Pastry Baked Hotdogs

Step 1: Prepare the oven. Preheat it to 200 degrees C or 400 degrees F. Using the baking paper, line 2 baking sheets.

Step 2: After unrolling the puff pastry, cut them into 6 rectangular pieces.

Step 3: Slice each sausage lengthwise. Be very careful not to cut all the way through. Into the slits of the sausages, press the processed cheese, then pinch the slits close.

Step 4: In the middle of a puff pastry, place a sausage, open-side down. Then, fold over the sides and lightly brush with water. Seal the pastry and lay them down on the baking sheet, seam-side down. Do the same with the remaining ingredients. Make sure to leave a little gap between each hotdog.

Step 5: With egg, brush each hotdog and sprinkle with sesame seeds (optional). Place in the preheated oven and bake for about 25 minutes or until the hotdogs are puffed and golden.


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