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You don’t need to be taken out to the ball game to enjoy this delicious American classic. It’s such a simple recipe; you won’t believe you never thought of this before!
When I first made these little corn dog muffin snacks, my kids went gaga over them. And I must say, hubby dear was almost as excited as they were! These little nuggets of sunshine take on 25 minutes to prep and cook, and the ingredients are simple and fool-proof. The recipe yields 24 flying-off-the-plate muffins.
You’ll be glad you made these and so will your family. I enjoy preparing corn dog muffins when my kids have sleepovers. They are easy to make and they keep hungry bellies satisfied. These muffins also make the greatest grab-and-run breakfast for those mornings when you have to rush out the door.
I do have one extra tip to give you; just make a double batch! They will still be gone before you know it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Thrillist.