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Easy Homemade Wiener Rolls/Corn Dogs

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All of this sounded way too formal, but now let’s go to today’s post, that is why you’re reading this post after all. Our family has a tradition to bake a lot of cakes, waffles, cookies and pies. We also make baked rolls that you might not be very familiar with. So long as we can remember our family has made Wiener Rolls, especially when we were smaller. They are actually similar to Corn Dogs but we prefer to call them Wiener Rolls (in English) because it sounds funnier! We usually made them when we didn’t bother to do “real” rolls. Well, if you want to know more about classical rolls click here. By the way it is especially nice to make these in summer because you don’t have to be by the oven for hours. And we all know how uncomfortable it is to bake in the heat of the summer. These homemade wiener rolls are a nice snack for birthday parties, or why not even for breakfast!

To make 15 Wiener Rolls you will need-
15 wieners (you can also use frankfurters)
500 g puff pastry dough
3 tablespoons melted butter

Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Roll out the puff pastry dough. Place the sausages evenly onto dough. Cut the dough between each wiener and form a roll. Brush the top with melted butter and put in to the oven for 7 minutes. You can eat them warm or cold that is entirely up to your preference.

These rolls will be definitely loved by both children and adults!

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Easy Homemade Wiener Rolls/Corn Dogs


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