Corn Dog Casserole. In a large bowl, whisk eggs, milk, sage and pepper. Top with reserved hot dog mixture and remaining. Browned hot dog pieces mixed with celery, green onion, a corn bread batter and Cheddar cheese for a taste of the county fair in a casserole!
In a large bowl, combine eggs, milk, sage and pepper. Add the remaining hot dog mixture. Top with reserved hot dog mixture and remaining cheese. You can have Corn Dog Casserole using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Corn Dog Casserole
- Prepare 1 box of JIFFY cornbread mix.
- It’s 1 can of creamed corn.
- You need 1 can of sweet corn kernels.
- Prepare 73 grams of butter (soften).
- It’s 1 pack of 8 hotdogs.
- It’s 257 grams of sour cream (around a cup).
- It’s 112 gr of Monterey Jack cheese.
- Prepare 2 of Large eggs.
This Corn Dog Casserole I an easier version of the kid friendly corn dog – made into a casserole topped with cheese. Best served with ketchup and mustard. Easy and Kid Friendly In a medium skillet, melt the butter over medium heat; add celery and hot dogs. With this easy casserole recipe, you can get corn dog flavor without the fryer!
Corn Dog Casserole instructions
- In a large mixing bowl add all ingredients. Mix thoroughly.
- Pour in casserole dish or a cast iron skillet (I use a 10 inch that is around 1.5 inches high).
- Bake in a 350° preheated oven for 40 minutes (if not preheated go for around 50 min)..
- Remove from oven, check with tooth pick in center to see if it pulls out clean. Leave sit for at least 7 to 10 minute to stiffen..
- This recipe makes 18.77, 100 gram servings. Each serving equals 230 cal per..
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. Baked corn dogs are almost as good, and so much better for you! So I tried making individual corn dogs in the oven a few different ways, but I couldn't find an easy way to get the batter to stay on the dogs while they were baking. Finally I decided to just throw the whole thing in a casserole dish and call it a day.