3 Reviews

This was good. I made homemade maple sausage (ground pork shoulder and maple syrup - not in casings) instead of store bought links. The sausage added the right amount of sweetness. The dough was very thick. I kind of pressed it into the pan I used (a 10 in cast iron skillet). It came out more like sausage and corn bread than anything like a corn dog.My dh and friends had this with ketchup. I had mine with butter.

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Chef Patience June 09, 2013

This was good. I didn't have one of those cornbread pans, but I've ordered one. I made mine in muffin tins, with a spoon of batter on the bottom, two slices of vegetarian hot dog on top, then another spoon of batter over the top. I didn't have the baby bam seasoning made up, so I'll have to try that. I will tweak the cornbread part a bit when my cast iron pan arrives. I think I will add a little sweetness, maybe with honey or white sugar. I will also brush the tops of the corndogs with oil once they are baked firm, to see if they will brown and crisp a little, more like a corn dog. Butter or egg white might work, too. Lots of things to try, thanks for posting this healthy alternative! My favorite corndogs, by Morningstar Farms, were discontinued, so I need to work out a good recipe.

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Jujubegirl January 07, 2010

These are great! Fun to make and fun to eat! We skipped the seasoning and they were delish served with fruit salad. Thanks for sharing this keeper!

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ellie_ August 20, 2008
Oven Corn Dogs