Hot Dog Cornbread Casserole

"A quick easy meal that makes a lot. Great for potlucks or sports parties."
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  • Cut hot dogs into 1/2-inch pieces. Put in baking dish (12x8 inches) with beans, ketchup, water, mustard and Worcestershire sauce.
  • Combine flour, sugar, salt and baking powder in large bowl. Stir in cornmeal. Add egg and rest of ingredients. Stir just enough to combine.
  • Spread evenly over beans. Bake at 400° for 35 to 40 minutes.

Questions & Replies

  1. Can you use the box corn bread instead of the cornmeal in this recipe?


  1. 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!
  2. This is going into a regular rotation for sure! Super easy and inexpensive, I love it :) Thanks for sharing.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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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