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The Best Darn Breakfast I’ve Ever Had!
Who gets tired of the same old boring breakfasts day after day? I know I certainly do! I mean, don’t get me wrong, I do love me some bacon and eggs…mmmm, bacon! But, sometimes we all need a little variety in our lives. These breakfast corndogs provide just that. You make them with sausage and corn muffin mix and then fry them up in hot oil in a frying pan. My kids really like these corndogs and request them often. I’ll be honest, I only make them about once a month, though. You can’t have too much of a good thing as it will lose its appeal after awhile.
If you are having company for breakfast or your kids are having a sleepover or something these breakfast corndogs are a great option to serve. I think they also make great appetizers for man-parties such as Super Bowl gatherings.
Let me know how you like this recipe in the comment section below. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: A side of eggs go great with these breakfast corndogs.