Chili Cheese Dog Bake

Chili Cheese Dog Bake is a fun twist to the classic hot dog, but in casserole form!

Chili Cheese Dog Bake

This Chili Cheese Dog Bake is nothing short of amazing. Here’s the deal – it’s 7 simple ingredient, less than 30 minutes till it’s on your table, and WOW – it’s so delicious.

Chili Cheese Dog Bake

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How To Make Chili Cheese Dog Bake

All beef hot dogs are wrapped up with cheese in some Pillsbury pizza dough, then baked on top of a bed of chili. I dressed up the tops of these with a quick melted butter that’s seasoned to perfection.

It’s everything you love about a classic chili cheese dogs, made into a comforting dinner that your whole family will love. Trust me, my whole family L.O.V.E.D this.

Chili Cheese Dog Bake

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Chili Cheese Dog Bake

Chili Cheese Dog Bake

Chili Cheese Dog Bake is a fun twist to the classic hot dog, but in casserole form!

  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Category: Dinner
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

  • 1 can (14 to 15 oz) chili, heated
  • 1 can Pillsbury™ refrigerated classic pizza crust
  • 4 Cheddar cheese sticks
  • 4 all-beef hot dogs
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon parsley flakes

Instructions

  1. Heat oven to 375°F. Spray 9-inch square or 11×7-inch (2-quart) glass baking dish with cooking spray. Pour hot chili into dish; spread evenly.
  2. Unroll dough; cut into 4 strips. Cut 1 cheese stick in half lengthwise; place 1 half on each side of 1 hot dog. Wrap pizza dough strip around cheese and hot dog, overlapping slightly in center. Repeat with remaining dough strips, cheese sticks and hot dogs. Place wrapped hot dogs on top of hot chili. (Chili must be hot.)
  3. Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until dough is light golden brown.
  4. Meanwhile, in small microwavable cup, microwave butter on High until melted. Stir in garlic powder and parsley.
  5. Remove baking dish from oven. Brush on top of each cheese dog with butter mixture. Serve immediately.

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 4

About the author

Shawn is the Owner and Creator of I Wash You Dry. She loves to create and share simple, family-friendly recipes with a bit of life sprinkled in. Mom to 4 adorable children and dwells in the desert of Southern Utah.
33 Responses
  1. Brandi Creamer
    I have done this recipe a few times and changed it up each time. My guys love it! I have done it with pizza dough and also crescent rolls rolled out some. I use a different style cheese each time to see what taste better. Right now the shredded cheese is the winner!
  2. Nicky
    So first time i mad this with crescent rolls it did fine second time soggy. Youve got to cook it ontop of the chili vs chili around it. Dont overlap when wrapping. Besides that one time theyve come out great
    1. I'm not sure how you would get the pizza dough to rise in a pan... maybe you can grill them? Or do you have a toaster oven? You could cook the pizza dogs separately and cook the chili in a separate pan on the stove.
  3. Raye
    Hi! Do you think this would hold up as a freeze ahead meal? Trying to make life easier on my mom while she watches the kiddos and this caught my eye.
  4. Sheri
    Dough will not cook in the chili. Cook the dogs and crescent rolls with cheese alone until bread is cooked and cook the chili separate. After the dogs and dough are finished, then add them to the chili and bake for 10 minutes. Viola.
  5. I made this yesterday and I ended up throwing it away. The dough was not fully cooked and it was awful. The dough was too thick after being wrapped around the hot dog so many times to be fully cooked.
    1. You'll want to not overlap the pizza dough around the hot dog, but just stick with one layer of dough. If you find that it's not baked all the way through when taking out of the oven, just keep baking until the dough is cooked. Cover with foil if necessary if the dough is browning too much.
      1. Felisha
        One layer of dough doesn’t even cook. I used wiener wraps (so they’re ones thin single layer) I flipped it and cooked it twice as long and still had raw spots we just had to pick out while eating. Not a chance that there’s any variation of this recipe that any amount of dough cooks through in the chilli. You should probably remove and rework this recipe so that dough is layered on top or the wrapped hot dogs are cooked and chilli is poured on top. It was tasty and I like all of the elements, but I’d never cook them in the chilli again.
        1. I've never had an issue with the dough not being cooked all the way, but I'll update the recipe to hopefully correct some of the issues others have been having.
  6. Dena
    I am in the process right now of making this. After a full 20 minutes, only the top of each was cooked. I ended up flipping them over and now waiting for ten more minutes. Hoping they are done by then
  7. Delicious! Made for family and daughter's friend. All loved. I added a couple extra hot dogs and cheese sticks and cut pizza dough into more strips. I also rolled the dough out a bit with rolling pin to stretch and thin
  8. My partner and I stumbled over here by a different web address and thought I may as well check things out. I like what I see so i am just following you. Look forward to checking out your web page repeatedly.
  9. CTY
    I think I might try this as a side dish to take to a BBQ. It would be more work but I was thinking of wrapping the mini hot dogs. Guess I'd cut the dough into 1" strips (length yet to be determined) and wrap. Wheels are turning. I'll report back my results.
  10. Cindi
    Hi! This looks amazing! Question: over on Pillsbury there is a comment about the recipe saying that the dough didn't cook through because it sits on top of the chili. Did you find this to be true when you made it? I must make this for my family. Thanks for the recipe!
    1. Hi Cindi, if you look at their comment it states that they used crescent roll dough. The recipe actually calls for the Pizza dough, which holds up much better in the chili. It is not soggy when it's fully cooked, your family will definitely enjoy it! :)
      1. Cindi
        Thanks Shawn! Yes...I did notice that they said Crescent Dough, but I didn't know if it would make a difference in the recipe or not. I would prefer the pizza dough over the crescent dough anyway....and about their comment....they shouldn't criticize a recipe after they have altered it! (I see that happening all the time). I will make it as written, and SOON! In fact I can hardly wait! :)

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