Hickory Smoked Beef Hot Dogs

100% Grass Fed Regenerative Beef, water, sea salt, contains 2% or less of the following: cane sugar, ground mustard seed, white pepper, coriander, mace, paprika, and celery juice powder.


FULLY COOKED – Cattle raised with no added hormones, no antibiotics, no grain, no grain byproducts – Ever.
Hot Dogs contain no preservatives, no nitrates, no nitrites, no soy, no MSG.


Additional information

Weight 0.625 lbs
Dimensions N/A

Case, Single

3 reviews for Hickory Smoked Beef Hot Dogs

  1. NORMA GUERRA ESCOBEDO (verified owner)

    These hickory smoked beef hot dogs are delicious. We love them in our hot dogs but we also like to cut them in little chunks and cook them with scrambled eggs for breakfast. The whole family totally enjoys them in breakfast tacos.

  2. Kathy Anderson (verified owner)

    Hot dogs usually taste good, but aren’t all that good for you – or they’re healthier, but the taste is at best meh 🙁
    Not so with these! They are excellent. I’ll be keeping these in the freezer along with your ground beef. Thank you!

  3. Tammy Legatt-Johnson (verified owner)

    We have bought these many times from Coborns and love them. The last batch we ate did have tougher casings that weren’t a fan favorite with the kids but flavor was still great. Hoping it was just this batch so we can continue to stick with this brand for the great ingredient list.

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