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Homemade Corn dogs are simply delicious! Melissa sent me this recipe and I just had to make them for my boys who love corn dogs. My boys have always thought it was a treat when I would get corn dogs at the store because they can be a bit pricey. Using this recipe it is easy on my wallet 🙂
I made the corn dogs bite-size but you can make them whole and put on a stick if you want too. These corn dogs can also easily be made to be gluten free if you use gluten free corn meal and Gluten Free Bisquick Mix.
If making gluten free be sure to use a gluten free hot dog brand like Hebrew National. I like that you can control the ingredients used! Much healthier and an inexpensive choice. Homemade Corn dogs make a great after school snack or lunch! Check out this post on how to heat a thermos to keep them warm!
You can’t go wrong with these delicious homemade Corndogs!
- 1 Cup Corn Meal
- 1 - 1 1/2 Cups Bisquick
- 1 Tbsp sugar
- 2 eggs beaten
- 1 Cup Milk
- Hot Dogs
Heat oil for frying to 350 degrees.
I used my pot on the stove, but you can use any frying method you choose.
Mix corn meal, Bisquick and sugar in bowl.
Whisk in eggs and milk.
Stir until you have the consistency of thick pancake batter.
Add more Bisquick if you need too.
Cut hot dogs into bite-sized pieces or place on sticks.
Roll the hot dogs in the batter until they are covered.
Quickly drop them in the oil and fry for 3-5 minutes until golden brown.
You may need to flip them once.
Remove and place on paper towel lined plate.
Serve and enjoy!
Makes enough better for 1 package of hot dogs.
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