6 Reviews

This was good! I enjoyed the cornbread topping a lot. I do think there was something missing in the filling, but I suspect it was the quality of baked beans I used rather than a problem with the recipe itself. Because I don't eat pork I used vegetarian baked beans and turkey hot dogs, and it worked out just fine. I think what I wanted in the sauce was something sweet, like karo syrup (my mom always puts it in baked beans) or brown sugar. I will definitely keep this one around; thanks for posting!

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smellyvegetarian October 12, 2008

This is going into a regular rotation for sure! Super easy and inexpensive, I love it :) Thanks for sharing.

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jennifer_cda_id April 13, 2011

This is a great tasting casserole. The onions and corn added to the topping really make it special. My cornbread topping rose nicely, and the "beenie weenies" underneath made for a mouth-watering combination. DH loved it, too! Thanks for a great recipe.

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Princess Pea November 08, 2007

I enjoyed the flavor the worcestershire sauce added to this recipe. I was easy to make. I used can corn that I had drained. The daycare kids loved it. Thanks for a new way to use up the hot dogs in the refrig.

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Charlotte J August 28, 2007

I thought this was a good recipe, I felt the cornbread was not as done as I would like but I imagine that is from the liquid in the recipe, I have had this same experience with dishes that bread is on top of. I did follow the recipe and even used store bought baked beans, I also admit they are not as good as my homemade ones. Am going to try with chili next time and see if it doesn't takes like a corn dog.

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Jacqueline in KY July 24, 2006

This does make a lot and is good. I added a bit of grated cheddar cheese to the cornbread topping simply because I had some that needed to be used up and minced, spring onions (with their green tops) rather than regular onion. The cornbread sort of takes over the baking dish but you don't really notice until you cut into it cause instead of rising up it rises down.

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evelyn/athens April 30, 2006
Hot Dog Cornbread Casserole