Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole

Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole

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Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole
Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole
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With this easy casserole recipe, you can get corn dog flavor without the fryer! Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole is a classic state fair-inspired recipe that's super easy to make with much less of a mess than frying. It uses sliced hot dogs, cornbread mix, cheese, and just a few other simple ingredients that are all baked into a delicious casserole. The kid-friendly recipe will remind you of your childhood, and everyone will love it.

Serves6

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time25 min

Cooking MethodCasserole, Oven

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This Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole will have your kids thinking you are just the greatest Mom ever. It is so easy to make, and has all the flavor of a corn dog. easy to prepare, fun to eat, sounds like a winning combination for dinner tonight. Take hot dogs for dinner to the next level, your family will love it.

I like corn dogs and so does my family. I think I would leave out the celery and sage and substitute one or two jalapenos and some chili or cayenne powder. I think substituting jalapeno smoked sausage for the hot dogs would also be good. I noticed that it say 18 oz cornbread mix, should it be 1 8 oz cornbread mix?

I love love love corn bread, but this recipe doesn't really appeal to me with the corn dogs. What else can be substituted instead of the hot dogs? Perhaps, I'd just omit them and add some vegetables or a more favorable meat.

Isn't Jiffy cornbread mix the greatest?! I used to love ordering a corn dog at the County Fair. I'll make this without the celery, onions, and sage, but I will dip it in ketchup and mustard. I might even try serving it with chili on the side (or on the top).

I grew up eating Jiffy Cornbread with chili and my favorite Kansas state fair food was a corn dog sooooo this recipe seems like a natural winner to me! It will even be healthier for me because it's baked rather than fried. Now my only question is will I add mustard? Ha Ha!

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