Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs

Last Updated on December 2, 2021

Last winter, my family discovered the joys of Wahlburger hamburgers and Wahl Sauce. Wahlburgers was an A&E reality television show for several years starring Chef Paul Wahlberg, and the show was launched in 2014 in tandem with a burger chain restaurant of the same name. The burger chain was co-founded by Paul and his brothers Donnie (of New Kids on the Block fame) and Mark (also known by the stage name of Marky Mark).

The nearest Wahlburgers restaurant to my home is 100 miles away, but I can find Wahlburgers and Wahl Sauce in some of my local regular grocery chains, and within the past year Aldi also started selling the burgers and sauce as periodic limited-time specials. The burgers are money, and the special sauce is memorable and delicious.

Earlier this year, Wahlburger upped its game and is now selling bacon, uncured beef hot dogs, and dill pickle chips in grocery stores in partnership with Coleman Natural Foods. Even better, Aldi sold all three new products for a limited time in June of 2021. I promptly added them all to my shopping list. Here, I’m looking specifically at the hot dogs.

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs cost $4.99 for a 12-ounce package at the time of publication.

As mentioned above, these are Aldi Finds, which means they’re only in stores for a short time and you can’t order them from Aldi once they sell out. They’re not exclusive to Aldi, though, so if you can’t find them there, check your other local grocery stores.

These are made with beef that was raised in the U.S. with no antibiotics and no added hormones, a trademark of beef produced through Coleman Natural Foods. The hot dogs are fully cooked, gluten free, contain no preservatives (except as naturally occurring in celery powder and sea salt), and should be kept refrigerated below 40 degrees Fahrenheit at all times.

Ingredients are refreshingly simple: beef, water, and 2% or less of sea salt, cane sugar, natural spices (including ground mustard, white pepper, coriander, nutmeg, allspice, and ginger), honey, vinegar, cultured celery powder, onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika.

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

One package contains eight hot dogs, or eight servings. One hot dog has 100 calories, 9 grams of total fat (12% DV), 3.5 grams of saturated fat (18% DV), 25 mg of cholesterol (8% DV), 260 mg of sodium (11% DV), 1 gram of total carbohydrates (0% DV), no dietary fiber or sugars (they do contain cane sugar, but not in a large enough amount to be listed in the nutrition information), and 4 grams of protein.

The package has heating instructions: heat for approximately 8-10 minutes on a stove top or grill, turning frequently to reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees.

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs

Fresh off the grill.

We grilled our hot dogs and they turned out great. Because these are minimally processed, they are different from your typical hot dog. Most noticeably, they have a tougher outer casing. No one at our dinner table minded that. We served our hot dogs with both traditional add-ons (mustard, ketchup, relish, diced onions) and with some shredded cheddar and leftover chili for chili cheese dogs. If you want a quality hot dog, these are worth a try.

The Verdict:

Wahlburgers Beef Uncured Hot Dogs are part of a new at-home-dining lineup from the Wahlburger restaurant chain, and they’re produced in partnership with Coleman Natural Foods. These dogs are minimally processed, with beef and water as the primary ingredients, and they disappeared quickly after coming off our grill.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at rachaelsjohnston.com.


  1. YES!!!!! As a New Yorker living in ATL hot dogs are a steeple in our dinner lineup. I found the Walhburger hot dog shopping at Aldi’s today and all I can say is “DAMN” these hot dogs are the bomb!!! So good in fact we are planning a trip to visit one of their restaurant locationshere in Georgia. All I need now is for Aldi’s to have these in stock my next visit. I love the Walhburg family 🥰🥰!!

  2. I agree with those who disliked this product. Not very good. I will never buy this brand again.

  3. I recently bought the hot dogs at an ALDI store and I loved them. Wanted to buy more a couple of days ago when I went back to the same ALDI store but they didn’t have any in stock. I hope they get them back. They are delicious and I love that they are only 100 calories each with no sugar and low salt.
    Thank you from this Diabetic!!! I’ve missed hot dogs.

  4. Aldi needs to stop the hot dogs and hamburgers all the time. Best hot dot I have ever eaten. Hot Dogs are not available at any store in my area.

  5. Well that is STOCK the hot dogs – not stop!!!

  6. I just recently tried them and loved them. I have to watch my salt intake and don’t usually eat hotdogs. Was so excited to so how much less sodium these had than other hot dogs.

  7. Aldi now has Wahlburgers bacon and it’s extremely salty and not good at all.. buyer beware..

  8. Carol Mittelstadt

    I love the Wahlberger hot dogs and will look for them again. I like that they don’t have antibiotics etc

  9. I tried the Wahlburger Hot Dogs from Aldi and didn’t care for them at all. They had a peculiar taste to my palate and I won’t buy them again. As always, your mileage may vary.

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