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It’s not often I come across meatless alternatives to hot dogs that are refrigerated-fresh, certified vegan, and Non-GMO Project Verified. However, I have and of course, I’ve been waiting for the perfect time to share Lightlife Smart Dogs with all of you. These dogs are so doggone good that we never have any left over. They are great grilled, fried and even toasted in my hot dog toaster. I serve them with wheat buns, white buns, toasted buns and even grilled buns I try to mix it up every time and no matter what I serve the dogs on, they always turn out perfectly.
I’m not vegan but there are several in my green moms meet group that is so I always try to fix something that everyone will be able to eat when it’s my time to prepare lunch. As I showed the other moms today, it’s quick and easy to put together a wholesome and delicious lunch by starting with Lightlife Smart Dogs. While I would normally serve baked potatoes with my hot dogs, the kids overruled me and wanted fries. Us big kids wanted baked beans so I was able to cook both at the same time. I either make coleslaw or chili and because of my company today, I went with coleslaw. In less than 30 minutes, we had a hot, delicious, wholesome meal that will give us the energy to make it through the day with our rambunctious mini me’s.
Embrace vegetarian lifestyle with Lightlife’s healthy and delicious alternatives that the whole family will enjoy.
If you are looking for some fresh new Lifelight recipes, head on over and check out what’s cooking on Lifelight.com. One package of Lightlife Smart Dogs retails for $2.99 – $3.99.
Have you every tried vegetarian hot dogs before? How about the Lifelight brand? What’s been your experience with them? What other Lifelite meatless food would you like to try.