I wanted a hot dog but was out of tortillas and this sounded like a good, quick and easy recipe. I used a box of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix that I had in the cupboard and added approx 1 1/2 to 2 tsp of garlic powder to the mix. I then divided it into the muffin tin before cutting the hot dogs directly into the muffin pan. I also forgot to cook hot dogs first but they came out just fine. PS Don't do like I did and forget to grease the muffin pan.......lol oops
Great idea, in theory, but turned out extremely bland and dry. Recipe needs lots of modification to make it tasty.
Nice muffins. Thanks for posting
These were so quick and easy, but YUMMY! DH loved them and my little 1 year old gobbled them up too. I made sure that I cut the hot dogs super tiny for my toddler and followed the recipe exactly. Will definitely make again -- thanks for sharing!
These are ok but not my children's favorite.
This is a nice, quick snack. Used Jiffy cornbread mix and found it to be a little dry, but I may actually have left it in the oven for a minute too long. Overall, a great idea, easy to make and tasty!
Made these last night for my 5 yo to take to school today... I thought they were good, but he tried one last night and didn't like them at all, to the point that as I was tucking him in he asked "So, do I HAVE to take those things to school?" 'Nuff said. My husband loves them, however, so all is not lost. I used the Jiffy mix copycat off this site and it worked well with this recipe. Took 20 min to cook in my silicon pan on a cookie sheet. I'll make this again if hubby wants it, but not for the kiddies. Thanks anyway, as it seemed like a great idea!
As school is about to start back up, I have recently invested in a George Foreman G5 grill. The grill has optional omelet plates you can purchase, and they work perfectly for any recipe based around a box of corn muffin mix (like Jiffy). These are quick to mix up and cook in only 10 minutes on the omelet plates. They are the perfect size for packing for school lunches! I'm very excited about using the G5 grill and Jiffy mixes to make a variety of hand-held sandwiches for school lunches, and this recipe will definitely be one of them I make often. The kids loved them!
These were a huge hit when my kids had them the second time. The first time they didn't show much interest. When I gave them the leftovers, they asked me to cook more. Go figure! I'm sure we will make these again and again. Thanks for a great lunchtime treat.
Nice snack. I wouldn't eat it all the time, but when you've got hotdogs that need to be used this is perfect.