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Feed the Family with This EASY Chili Cheese Dog Bake

15 min Serves 6

Easy Chili Cheese Dog Bake

Ingredients

  • 6-8 hot dogs
  • 1 package refrigerated crescent dough
  • 2- 15 oz. cans of chili
  • 1/2 teaspoon favorite hot sauce (optional but yummy)
  • 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 2 green onions, sliced
  • sour cream (*for serving)

Directions

1

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. Roll each hot dog with a triangle of crescent dough.


2

Pour chili at the bottom of a casserole dish. Mix in a little hot sauce if desired.


3

Place hot dogs evenly on top of the chili.


4

Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake for about 30 minutes until the dough is golden, and the cheese is melted.


5

Serve with chopped green onion on top. We also added sour cream to ours for serving. Yum!


21 Comments

Love a delicious chili cheese dog?

Combine all of these crave-able flavors in this easy, comforting recipe and you’ll get a chili cheese dog bake your entire family will request again! I love that this is a simple dinner idea that’s both delicious and budget-friendly with common ingredients you’ll likely have on hand!

It’s like Pigs in a Blanket but BETTER.

EASY Chili Cheese Dog Bake recipe. Here are the raw ingredients for this recipe.

Adapt this idea as desired!

I happened to only have 6 hot dogs in my package, but there are 8 crescent rolls, so feel free to make 8 hot dogs if that’s what you have on hand. Also obviously if you prefer homemade chili and have it already made, that’s great for this idea, too!

EASY Chili Cheese Dog Bake recipe. Turning the tray of baked dogs, topped with green onions.


Easy Chili Cheese Dog Bake

Make this delicious chili cheese dog casserole dish that's sure to please!

Ingredients

  • 6-8 hot dogs
  • 1 package refrigerated crescent dough
  • 2- 15 oz. cans of chili
  • 1/2 teaspoon favorite hot sauce (optional but yummy)
  • 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 2 green onions, sliced
  • sour cream (*for serving)

Directions

1

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. Roll each hot dog with a triangle of crescent dough.


2

Pour chili at the bottom of a casserole dish. Mix in a little hot sauce if desired.


3

Place hot dogs evenly on top of the chili.


4

Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake for about 30 minutes until the dough is golden, and the cheese is melted.


5

Serve with chopped green onion on top. We also added sour cream to ours for serving. Yum!


Additional Notes

Recipe idea adapted from Delish.com


EASY Chili Cheese Dog Bake recipe. These are the finished hot dogs on a plate with sour cream and green onions.

Grab a fork and dig in!

These turned out awesome! I mean what’s not to love about chili and hot dogs!? Combine that with flaky crescent dough and it’s super tasty! I can definitely see making this for game day entertaining as well! It’d be easy and fun to make a couple pans of these for a party. Enjoy!


Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! Check out all of Lina’s DIY/CRAFTS and RECIPES created just for Hip2Save.

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Comments 21

  1. Rockstar

    Looks so good, I knew it had to be a Lina recipe! Thank you!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Aw thanks and I think you’ll enjoy this!

  2. Dylan Fan

    I saw a pigs in the blanket keto recipe that looked good!

  3. Pinkrazrbrd

    I tried this once and the bottom of the dough didn’t cook it was so doughy and gross

    • Stacy R

      Yeah, I would probably par-cook the dogs in crescent rolls first

  4. Olgraygirl

    Love this! Gave me the idea it would be a great “welcome neighbor” dish to take to a young family moving in. Add a tossed salad and dinner is done!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes! Great idea 👍

  5. Amy

    Looks good!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks Amy!

  6. Marie

    Looks good! That type of chili would never fly where I live, though. Our region is famous for our “hot dog chili,” which is totally different than soup chili.

    (I’m not pointing that out to be rude– I just want to know if any other area other than Western PA uses “hot dog chili,” a meaty spicy sauce with no beans!)

    • jennifer gill

      I don’t think this is common at all in Texas, but somehow I grew up in a household that only uses hot dog sauce as chili on hot dogs. I can’t even imagine using anything else…I know I wouldn’t care for it. I do, however, love some homemade chili in a Frito pie! 😀

    • A

      I am in Ga and when I make it I will use hot dog chili with no beans.

    • heather

      we’re in CA and we only use hot dog chili without the beans.

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      In TX, that’s just how they make chili…it’s only meat, no beans. People in other regions do add beans to theirs, but you really wouldn’t put that kind on a hot dog. I’ve never heard the two kinds called “hot dog chili” or “soup chili” before lol

    • Stacy R

      I am in Kansas and the idea of using soup chili is weird.

    • Anita

      I was born and raised in Erie, PA and only used “Greek Chili” on dogs.
      I’ve now lived in New Mexico for a few decades and would only use out hone grown green chilE! 🌶🌶

  7. Cristine

    I grew up in southeast Texas and this does not hold true around here. Beans, tomatoes and celery are very common chili ingredients where I live. It’s interesting to see how different things are I. different reasons.

    • AZ

      Different people make chili in different ways, but generally in TX many people frown upon the use of beans. Chili = chili con carne, after all.

  8. jo ann

    Made this and it was good, except the crescent rolls were doughy on the bottom even after cooking the leftovers 30 more minutes. Next time I will cook the crescent roll dogs, microwave the chili, then microwave it all together.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks so much!

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