Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is a quick and easy meal that the kids love. I don't even remember where I got it but it sure is fun.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 package hot dog, cut into bite size pieces
  • 1 batch cornbread batter, prepared


  1. Once your cornbread batter is prepared mix in cut up hot dogs.
  2. Fill greased muffin tin with batter until 2/3 full and bake according to cornbread instructions.
  3. Great easy snack or lunch for the kids.
Most Helpful

This is a terrific idea and it tastes great! Eating gluten-free, a corn dog is something I haven't had in a long time. Loved it! Thanks dayla! :)

GinnyP November 03, 2002

Made with my recipe for cornbread #477855 using 8 hot dogs, which made 12 full medium sized corn dog muffins (lined with cupcake papers & sprayed lightly). I had enough batter to make a medium size loaf of corn bread to have tomorrow night for dinner with chili. Kids loved them & enjoyed helping cutting up the hot dogs in anticipation of a fun dinner". I love that they're not fried, very portable & would probably freeze well (gonna do a test on one to see). I'm even considering these for future camping trip for a new spin on hot dogs! Served with fresh pineapple chunks & cheddar cheese cubes.Thanks for sharing!

Larawithoutau February 04, 2014

These were very good. Upon reading reviews I decided to make mine in a 9x13 baking pan. I poured the batter in, then cut my turkey dogs in half inch chunks and sprinkled those over the batter evenly. I smooshed some down in and left others on top. The muffin mix rose up over those on the top and I had very little crumble problem. I doubled the recipe by the way. CUt into squares and wrapped each in foil then froze. Haven't defrosted one yet but expect them to taste great. Thanks, Dayla!

Spuffed March 16, 2008