• Serves 8
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 8 Ingredients


Great party food which kids are sure to enjoy.

Ingredients (serves 8)

  • 8 skinless hot dogs
  • 8 Hot dog rolls
  • 2 Onions sliced
  • 3 Rashers chopped cooked bacon
  • 1 cup Grated cheese
  • 1/2 can Beer
  • Yellow English mustard
  • Tomato ketchup


  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius. Bring skinless hot dogs to boil & continue to slowly boil until cooked through.
  2. Meanwhile cook bacon in a frypan until crispy & lightly fry onions in separate pan until soft, add beer to onions & cook until onions form a slight caramel colour.
  3. Place hot dog rolls in deep dish, add cooked hot dog, cooked onions, cooked bacon & top with grated cheese & sauce of choice.
  4. Put hot dogs in oven & bake until rolls are crispy & cheese is melted, approximately 15 minutes.


I add beer to the onions however, this is optional. I also prefer to use skinless hot dogs as they are a healthier option.

  • What a nice recipe to share sounds great!


  • Maybe could do sausages this way too, something different.


  • Wow have already pinned this, hoping to try out this weekend. a different way of serving them, glad you said beer was option as was wondering if it could be left out.


  • Oh wow I have never had this before but I think it sounds interesting


  • oh cool what a unique take on the classic hot dog – thanks so much for creating and sharing your recipe :)


  • Yummy hotdog, I’m hungry now


  • kids n beer, no thanks, but the hotdog sounds good


  • The hot dog’s look so delicious,l want to try your amazing recipe! Thanks.


  • Delicious – will be bookmarking this recipe.


  • A wonderful recipe, thanks for sharing!.


  • Yum! A great looking recipe! Thank you so much for sharing this!


  • Yum I love the skinless kind of Dog thanks


  • Yummy! I can just imagine how good the beer onions would be on these hot dogs!


  • Oh my goodness! This looks like a good grown up hot dog recipe. Will be making and tasting this for a Friday night treat.


  • Sounds interesting and popular with children.


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