Campfire Hot Dog Octopus

AmberDairy-Free, Main, Paleo Friendly, School Lunch Ideas, Snacks7 Comments

It’s summertime, and I love camp fires!

Roasting hot dogs is fun, but make sure to buy nitrate-free, organic hot dogs. Here is a really fun way to roast a hot dog, and you don’t need the bun!

Thank you to my friend Annie for helping me with the video! 😀

– Amber

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Campfire Hotdog Octopus
It’s summertime, and I love camp fires! Roasting hot dogs is fun, but make sure to buy nitrate-free, organic hot dogs. Here is a really fun way to roast a hot dog, and you don’t need the bun!
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Ingredients
  1. Nitrate-free hot dogs or chicken sausages
  2. Hot dog stick
  3. Preparation
Instructions
  1. Using a knife, slice the bottom half of the hot dog lengthwise. Repeat until you have 8 "legs."
  2. Poke the hot dog stick through the "head" of the octopus so the octopus is standing vertical when placed over the fire.
  3. Keep the octopus vertical. The legs will start to curl as they cook. Once the legs are cooked enough that they are fairly firm, you can turn the octopus upside down to cook its head.
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7 Comments on “Campfire Hot Dog Octopus”

  1. Erica

    I make octopus hotdog for the kids mac n cheese I’m so having the kids try it on the campfire they will love cooking them
    Thank you
    Mother of three (6, 5, and 3)

  2. kyla westby

    Amber I can not wait to make hot dog octopuses. I would like to meet you. On Saturday I am going to make the healthy july 4 bugers because we are having a party and my mom came up with that idea
    from,Kyla

    1. Amber

      Hi Kristian, I guess my mom and I get inspiration from all over! We sometimes change things up ourselves to make things healthier too. Thanks for watching!

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