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Ok, coming from a "diet nazi" who hasn't had a corndog in like 6 years...OH MY GOODNESS! So good. I made some changes to lower the calories. I skipped the oil, used sugar substitute, egg white only, and unsweetened almond milk. I didn't put sticks in, just baked them, cut them out, and dipped in mustard. YUM.

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yogiclarebear November 12, 2008

These were okay. All three of my kids preferred to pull the hotdog out of the breading and ate just that, but I think it was a texture thing. The cornmeal gave them "crunchies" the kids didn't like. They eat cornmeal on pizza crust, and cornbread muffins so I didn't expect this. At any rate, the batter didn't cover my 8 Ball Park Frank fat free hot dogs. I think fewer hotdogs in a couple of loaf pans might be better to cover it. Also, I know this was trying to be healthy, but I might increase the sugar amount just a TAD to make it closer to a real corndog. If I try this again, I might try yellow corn flour next time and see how that works out. Good recipe, it just needs tweeking.

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Brittta November 11, 2008

These were so quick and easy to put together! I'm addicted to corn dogs but trying to eat healthy, so these were the perfect way to get my fix. I've made this several times now, and it comes out well every time. Thank you for this recipe, we really enjoy it!

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Candi'nZach September 24, 2008
Square Peg Corn Dogs