Recipe by Mission®
"Cheesy and easy. This two-minute lunch idea is so simple, your kids can make them."
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4 (6 inch)
Mission® Fajita Flour Tortillas
all beef hot dogs
processed American cheese
Definitely cheesy and easy as the recipe states - my niece loved it and it was a nice change from the regular 'ol hot dog in a bun. I just don't know why kids love hot dogs so much but if you can think of a creative way for them to eat them - why not? All it needed was plenty of ketchup for dipping and she was happy.
I didn't like this as much as I thought I would. The hot dog bun is still the best way...
I like to wrap a tortilla around a hot dog or sausage, secure with a toothpick ,spray with no-stick spray, toast in a skillet then enjoy with honey mustard:)
Family loved them. Make sure y ou use 6" white flour tortillas. I used 10" Whole Wheat and I think it would have been better the other way.
This is great! A better alternative to hot dog buns. I use spinach flavored wraps, something I usually have on hand. This couldn't be simplier for a lunch!
I used to love these as a kid.... still do.
After an extremely busy day at work, I needed to scarf something down ASAP just to get something in my stomach. This fit the bill perfectly- super fast, tasty, and filling (I had two). This is a keeper for the emergency "gotta eat something NOW" days. Thanks.
Thanks! This was a nice change from a hot dog bun. I used swiss instead of American.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 222
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