There really is no real reason to spend a lot of money on hot dog buns, in my view. After all, hot dog buns don’t contribute much in terms of flavor and all that a hot dog bun needs to do is sufficiently hold a hot dog and be relatively fresh. The L’oven Fresh Hot Dog Buns do all that I just described and sell for a cheap price, too. Eight hot dog buns come in a package for just seventy-nine cents. ALDI Food Market stores carry these hot dog buns and no other grocery store chain that I’ve been to carries hot dog buns as cheap as the ones sold at ALDI Food Market stores. Not even Walmart, under the Walmart Great Value brand, can I get hot dog buns this cheap. The hot dog buns are cheap, but the quality isn’t. The hot dog buns sold under the L’oven brand are just fine.
Whenever I purchase a package of these hot dog buns, I enjoy hot dog buns that are fresh and soft. They open up easily and hold hot dogs, sausage and even small meatballs well enough. The real long hot dogs will end up sticking out on both ends, but that’s a problem one will have with most hot dog bun brands, not just the L’oven brand. These hot dog buns really aren’t any shorter or smaller than the average hot dog buns sold under name brands at say Walmart, Kroger or Publix. I’m able to place a hot dog in one of these hot dog buns, add some onions and ketchup, and the hot dog bun holds together just fine. Thus, I see no reason to spend money on higher priced hot dog buns when these hot dog buns taste and work alright.
All I pretty much expect from a hot dog bun is that it stay together when I place a hot dog, piece of sausage or meatballs in it and add some toppings. I also want the hot dog bun to be fresh and not stale, of course. The L’oven Fresh Hot Dog Buns do all of that and thus I’m satisfied with them. I’m delighted that ALDI Food Market stores can offer quality products such as these hot dog buns at such a low price because I end up keeping a little extra money in my pocket while not having to put up with an inferior product. I will continue to purchase these hot dog buns, at least, until I come across some cheaper ones, somewhere, which I will try of course to see if the quality measures up to what I’m used to when I purchase the L’oven brand.