This fresh, simple topping offers a great alternative to slaw or kraut. If you want to mimic the crunch of croutons, simply toast or grill your bun until fully crisp. To take it in a paleo direction, set aside a few whole lettuce leaves and use them as a wrap. Makes 8
These are the tastiest creepy crawlies we know! Makes 32 spooky treats
Turns out the components of a Greek salad make an awfully good topping for a hot dog, especially when they’re spiked with a hit of black olive tapenade.
A cool green salsa made from tomatillos cuts the richness of this Sonoran-inspired bacon-wrapped dog. Makes 8
Sense the Gold Rush theme here? A river of cheesy goodness runs down the length of the dog then a treasure trove of bacon nuggets and a few bright pickled onions are added to help balance the richness. Eureka! Makes 8
Grand Rapids’ geographic spot inspired this tasty dog—a hybrid between a classic Chicago dog (the two cities share a Lake Michigan shoreline) and a Detroit Coney. Makes 8
Who’s Your Mummy? (Sorry about that.) Thanks to Rollin’ Oats Market for their Halloween recipe that gives your kids’ dinner a spook-tastic makeover! Your little ones are going to love their organic beef, hot dog spooky supper surprise! Serves 7
A crunchy cabbage leaf makes a perfect gluten-free alternative to a bun. It offers plenty of space to tuck in fresh herbs, piquant pickles, and, of course, a juicy dog. Makes 8