Hot Dog with Pretzels
Hot Dog with Pretzels
Preparation time 10 minutes

Hot Dog with Pretzels

Regular price $8.95 Sale price $19.50 Unit price per
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Perfection in a bun. Grilled, steamed, boiled or roasted - you decide. A fail proof lunch that is ready in minutes, so you can be sure that your kids will get a nourishing
lunch they enjoy. Comes with a side of crunchy pretzels, a slice of pickle and individual ketchup, mustard and mayo packets that can be used at your kids' discretion. Warning: you'll want a hot dog for yourself.

The kit also includes a fresh fruit and veggie snack, a sweet treat, and a personalized

  • All Beef Hotdog
  • White Hot Dog Bun
  • Salted Pretzel Twists
  • Sliced Pickles
  • Mayo
  • Ketchup
  • Yellow Mustard
You will need: 1 small sauce pan with lid or 1 small non-stick pan, oil

Hotdog can be fried on a pan OR boiled in a small sauce pan, as preferred.


Place the hot dogs into a small saucepan and cover with water. Boil for 4-6 min until the internal temperature reaches 75°C/165°F.


Heat oil in a small pan. Fry the hot dog for 3-5 min until the internal temperature reaches 75°C/165°F.

The Best Part - Snacks!

While the hot dog is cooking, wash your fruits and veggies and cut them however your kids like (halves, sticks, stars, whatever you have time for), add the treat and write your note with love.

Finishing Touches

When the hot dog is heated through, use tongs or fork to place it on a paper towel to dry off before placing it into the bun.

Include the sliced pickle and mayo on the hot dog or on the side. You know your kids best!

Include ketchup and mustard packets, as desired (pre-cut the corners if needed).

Don't forget to include the side of pretzels for a yummy crunch!

Now your Lovinlunch is ready!

  • Wheat and triticale
  • Soy
  • Mustard
  • Eggs
* Our kits are prepared in a facility that handles allergens including tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, milk, soy, eggs, wheat, barley, rye, oats, triticale, mustard, sesame, and sulphites. Though best practices are used when preparing the meal kits, inadvertent cross-contamination may occur.