Food Storage Recipes: Corndog Muffins

So here is my confession. I really wanted to learn how to make homemade corndogs as a follow up on Thursday’s cornmeal post. (Yes you really CAN use corn/cornmeal in a LOT of different foods!) However, I got a little intimidated by the whole deep frying thing and I chickened out. But as I was looking at the corndog recipes I discovered that you can make corndog muffins and just bake them in the oven! So we had these for dinner and they were actually super easy and delicious!

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Corndog Muffin Recipe:

Ingredients:
1 1/2 c. cornmeal (about 1 c. fresh ground popcorn)
2 1/2 c. flour (about 2 c. fresh ground wheat)
1/2 c. white sugar
1/4 c. brown sugar
4 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
2 eggs (can use powdered eggs)
2 c. milk (can use powdered milk)
8 oz shredded cheddar cheese
6 hot dogs cut in thirds

img_6646Directions:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Mix dry ingredients in large bowl. Beat eggs and milk in a separate bowl. Add to dry mix and add cheese just until moistened. Spoon mixture into muffin tins until 2/3 full. Add 1 hot dog chunk to each muffin. Bake for 14-18 minutes or until golden brown.
 
 

I cut my hotdogs into smaller chunks and it wasn’t as good that way. I also think next time I might try it with my buttermilk cornbread recipe and just stick the hotdogs and cheese into that batter. I LOVE that cornbread recipe better than any other. The kids LOVED this recipe and it is very filling so we had tons of leftovers.


  • Lyra

    We usually have hotdogs on Sunday for lunch. I might try this sometime. I just have to get some muffin pans.

  • carpenteranne

    I loved this idea. I think I will try it only using my cornstick pan. (it is for cornbread and makes them look like little ears of corn) or maybe a twinkie pan.

  • Anonymous

    I loved this idea. I think I will try it only using my cornstick pan. (it is for cornbread and makes them look like little ears of corn) or maybe a twinkie pan.

  • carpenteranne

    I loved this idea. I think I will try it only using my cornstick pan. (it is for cornbread and makes them look like little ears of corn) or maybe a twinkie pan.

  • mama29

    Thanks alot….

  • It made 18 muffins for me. And my kids loved them!

  • Anonymous

    How many does this recipe make? And thank you for sharing!!! I Love the recipes

  • mama29

    How many does this recipe make? And thank you for sharing!!! I Love the recipes

  • We made these for lunch today. They were ok. I liked the corn bread, but the kids weren't really excited about them.

  • We made these for lunch today. They were ok. I liked the corn bread, but the kids weren't really excited about them.

  • i make home made corn dogs they are awesome

    • Busieizzy

      Valerie,
      What is your recipe for home made corn dogs? Would you mind sharing? Thanks.

  • i make home made corn dogs they are awesome