Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July


Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July …the perfect way to celebrate with friends and family.

This is a sponsored post by brought to you by Hebrew National, all opinions are my own :) 

We had some of our friends from my husbands residency program over this past weekend and had such a great time. Being away from all of our family has been really hard the past 4 years, but our ortho friends have become like family and made residency so much easier. I don’t know what I would do without them. All of our kids gets along great, too, which always makes for a great time.

I love hosting BBQ’s and for this one I knew I wanted to do a hot dog toppings bar so everyone could customize their own hot dogs. I thought I would make some fun 4th of July printables too since the holiday is coming up so soon! I’ve also got them available for you to download for free below. Yay!


Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - ready for a fun BBQ!

I’m always looking for unique baskets and thought this ‘Build your own hot dog’ sign would look cute hanging inside. All I did was print it out and hang it up with a white clothespin. Super easy and affordable decor.

Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - easy printable for your hot dog bar!

Then for the toppings, I placed them inside of glass jars and attached the label to the front. I also added wooden spoons for serving.

Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - setting up for guests

For the condiments I placed them in 16-ounce bottles and attached the label to the back with tape.

Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - easy to print labels to spruce up your BBQ!

We used our favorite Hebrew National hot dogs for our backyard BBQ and they were definitely a hit. You just can’t beat the flavor of 100% Kosher beef. They are our go-to hot dog!

Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - we love hot dogs year 'round!

Here are some ideas for a hot dog toppings bar below.

Hot Dog Toppings:

Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July (free printables available) ...the perfect way to celebrate with friends and family.

My personal favorite is pineapple salsa, guacamole and BBQ sauce. You can’t beat the sweet and savory combo.Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July - my favorite is pineapple salsa, guacamole and BBQ sauce



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So I’m curious, what are your favorite hot dog toppings? Did I miss any?


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Jamielyn Nye

of I Heart Naptime

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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16 comments on “Hot Dog Toppings Bar for the 4th of July”

  1. These are such wonderful ideas! So perfect for the 4th. And I love that you used Hebrew National, they are the only brand of hot dogs I buy. Our favorite for sure!

  2. Love the idea for the hot dog bar! 

  3. This is seriously the CUTEST! What a great idea for the 4th of July!

  4. I just think that these are the cutest! I love cute little touches like this! 

  5. What a fun way to celebrate.  Love all you decorations to get the party started.  You didn’t miss a single condiment for those hot dogs.

  6. What a great idea for a party!  Your condiment labels are so cute and you can’t beat Hebrew National hot dogs.

  7. I love this idea, so easy and delicious!

  8. Love the decorations and set up. For my hot dog bar , I plan to include chicken hot dogs, Italian and polish sausages. In addition, I will have sauerkraut, beef chili, cheddar cheese and bacon bits. Choices for bread will be regular hot dog rolls, banquettes, flour tortillas, sesame rolls and potato hot dog rolls. Have a Happy 4th of July.

  9. For the relish in the squeeze bottle, did you have to cut the tip of the bottle? I think the relish would clog in the hole.

  10. Love this idea and the printables are so cute!! Thanks for sharing. :)

  11. Is it still possible to access the hot dog bar free printables? I have been trying all day and can’t seem to get the site to give me the access code despite signing up for it several times and subscribing yet again to the blog. Is there something I am doing wrong? Thanks.

  12. Rebecca Peterson Reply

    What happened to good ol’ fashioned mayo?

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