Corn Dog Muffins
I can't remember where I saw them, but it had to have been on Pinterest. From whence else would they come?
Or something like that. At any rate, just seeing a photo was memorable. I couldn't resist making the Corn Dog Muffins that were calling me out to the kitchen to bake.
Just place a third of an hot dog in corn muffin batter.
Ever since discovering Corn Dogs in upstate New York at the County Fairs, I have always thought it was a shame they couldn't be made at home, especially now that we only eat organic.
As much as I like them, I was never motivated to do the frying, even when I saw how easily they could be coated by pouring the corn meal batter into a tall glass on The Food Network. Just couldn't get from A to B on that, call me crazy.
Cook at the oven temperature used in your muffin recipe
But, when I saw the Corn Dog Muffins on Pinterest, and it must have been Pinterest, the bottomless pit of all things crafty, I realized many strategic Corn Dog making problems had finally been solved.
What could be simpler? One makes organic corn muffins, filling the greased muffin pan wells 3/4 full of batter and just jams a third of an organic hot dog in each one.
Voici le Muffin de Mais Chien, or something like that as far as Google Translate is concerned.
Corn Dog Muffins
I'm doing some French here because, you know, French makes things fancy, and Corn Dog Muffins sound sorta' basic. They could use some class. I started learning things like that on The Food Network when we got cable and want to pass it along.
You heard it here, first.
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