Coney Island Chili Dog Fall Recipe

Coney Island Chili Dog Crock Pot Recipe, Its Tailgating time folks! Enjoy your favorite game with this classic. This delicious sauce it's cooked in a crock pot bringing all the tastes together and more time for you to enjoy the game!
Hola Amigos! Is your family a sport junkie family? Do you Tailgate? Do you gather around your big screen with friends to watch the Sunday games? This is the season for that and for sport related snacks. This is a very simple post about a humble food, the Coney  Dog! I live in a state where Coney Dogs and Hockey are taken very seriously! To the point that two restaurants, side by side of each other claim to have the best Coney Dogs in Detroit. Lafayette Coney Island and American Coney Island, I'm sure you have seen this well known "friendly fight" on shows like Food Wars and Man vs Food, but since neither of these TV shows or restaurants are sponsoring my post I would leave it there and move on to the recipe.

Coney Island Chili Dog Crock Pot Recipe, It's Tailgate season and this is a classic. Even better when the delicious Chili sauce cooks in a crock pot giving you more time to enjoy the games! #coneydog #chilidog #gamedayfood

This here is my (not Mi)  version of a Coney Dog (chili dog). It has very little in common with what you will probably get a  Coney Restaurant, but that is the point of this post. Take a classic, make it the way  your family likes it and Own It!...soon you won't be eating out at all, more money for that game trip to the baseball field, football stadium or hockey arena.

This recipe is cooked on a crock pot to make it even easier! I really love my crock pot, makes everything so easy and since it's cooked over time and low heat everything melts giving it the typical chili consistency to the recipe.No big chunks here.

Use the hot dog of your liking. We like to hear the "Snap"! so we get the ones with natural casing, 100% beef at our local butcher shop ( I live in a small town )

It's still looks like an original Coney...with onions and mustard, but the chili and sauce is what makes the difference.

We were having an almost summer like weather here,  all of the sudden BUM! Fall!!! It went from 81 to 60 overnight!!! So guess what we are having for dinner?
Thank you for visiting the blog today! Would love to hear what is your favorite way to eat a Coney? I found mine, have you found yours yet?


My Coney Dog Fall Recipe
1 Pound Ground Pork
1 Pound Sausage
1/4 Pound Chorizo
1 Can (20oz) Diced Fire Roasted Tomatoes
1 Can (15 oz) Black Beans
1 Can (15 oz) Pinto  Beans
1 Can (15 oz)  Red Beans
1 Can (15.25 oz)  Sweet Corn
Chili Powder, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Red Pepper Flakes, Salt and Pepper to taste.
Your favorite Hot Dogs and Hot Dog Buns
Put meats, tomatoes, beans and spices in a crock pot. Depending on how much time you have available, cook for 4-6 hours. 30 minutes before time is up, add your corn.
Serve hot on top hot dogs with onions and mustard if you prefer. or top them with my Chipotle Ranch Sauce
Chipotle Ranch Sauce
1 Cup Ranch Dressing
1/2 Cup Sour Cream
1/2 Can (7 oz)  Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce
Mix all the ingredients above and refrigerate until ready to serve over Coney Dogs (chili) 

Prep Time 5 minutes                Cook Time 4-6 hours                           Serves 5 Cups

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It's Fall Y'all 2013


  1. Makes me want a coney dog! I love mine with chili,onions, mustard and cheese!

  2. Mmmmm...those just look sooo good! I have to do some shopping but I will eventually try these. We are fans of what we call "chili dogs," but I'm embarrassed to say the hot dogs are from Sam's and the chili comes from a can! I'll let you know when I get these made!

  3. This is awesome!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  4. G'day Lizbeth! Being New York born and bred, your post TOTALLY got my attention today, true!
    WISH could come and have one right now! Love mine with hot sauerkraut, ketchup, relish and Coney Island mustard sauce too! YUM!
    Cheers! Joanne
    Now on FB too :)

  5. mmm,mmm,mmm! These look so good,I love my hot dogs covered in extra goodness!

  6. Your Coney Island Dog looks delicious, and I am sure it is better than any restaurant dog!! I love chipotle ranch...I can't wait to give this a try. :)

  7. What an interesting twist on Coney Dogs! Add some jalapenos and my husband would be in heaven! I'll have to give your version a try!

    1. Oh yeah! Extra heat! My hubs agrees! Thank You so much for your visit!

  8. These look super yummy! Being a Canadian I've never tried a Coney Dog, but think I'd rather recreate it at home anyway, LOL. Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

  9. My husband is a huge Coney Fan, and you ain't a kiddin' about hockey. This state loves them some Red Wings. :)

  10. That sounds loaded, and absolutely amazing!! I've never had a "true" coney, but love tossing some chili on a hot dog. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friday

  11. This looks so yummy! I love that you use the slow cooker to make this! :)
    Thank you for sharing at Marvelous Mondays this week!

    1. Thank You Carrie, it's the season to get that crock pot out and cook :)