Here’s my review for a tasty gluten-free hotdog on a gluten-free bun. Plus I’ve included fun activities for gluten-free kids.
Kids love hotdogs.
When I serve hotdogs in our home, I serve nitrate free Big Apple hotdogs from Applegate.
The bun pictured here is from Udi’s.
(Canyon Bakehouse also makes tasty buns).
Steaming each bun as hotdog vendors do by holding it with a set of tongs over the pot of boiling water for about twenty seconds, softens and warms them.
The sauerkraut is from Bubbie’s, abundant with live cultures (no sugar, vinegar or preservatives). Simply delicious. Or you can follow this easy recipe and make your own sauerkraut. There’s nothing like the taste of homemade.
Here’s our latest animated film for kids
While you’re enjoying your hotdogs, you can watch our latest episode in our animated film series for kids who follow a gluten free diet:
Bouncing Around With Bouncy: Take Me Out To The Ballgame.
In this episode, Bouncy discovers gluten-free hotdogs at the ballgame. I hope you enjoy this video with your kids.
Please leave a comment if you enjoy the video, and share if you or someone you know eats gluten free.
You can learn more about celiac disease here.
Love hot dogs? Try these recipes
Ground Beef Chili With Hot Dogs (With Video) – A big pot of homemade chili is comfort food at its best: chunks of meat, delicious spices, and caramelized veggies all in a tomatoey sauce.
Game Day Chili Dip – This dish looks like chili and tastes like chili, but it’s dip! Yum.
Cowboy Stew (With Beef And Bacon) – This healthy, hearty meal will knock your boots off! You’re going to love this super easy to make beef stew.
Keto Low Carb Fried Cabbage And Knockwurst – Plump beef knockwurst make a healthy and satisfying dish in this quick weeknight dinner or for an easy meal to prep for grab-and-go lunches.