I know that I have posted a Gluten Free Corndog recipe in the past. That has been my go to recipe for months now. Not any more.
Since I got back from the Betty Crocker Kitchens I have been a busy little bee in the kitchen. I came home and found Gluten Free Bisquick at Publix. After making the best Gluten Free Pancakes that I ever tasted, I vowed to come up with more recipes. Betty, you can hire me at anytime 😉
At 5 PM I had 3 little ones asking what was for dinner. After a busy day of cleaning I had forgotten to take something out of the freezer. So, CornDogs it is. I started to drag out my gazillion ingredients and then I remembered the GF Bisquick. Hmmm….I wonder. So, I threw my concoction together, and began frying.
I knew I was in trouble when after round one, they were asking if they could have another, and another. So, I asked, –because being Mom I hadn’t eaten yet– “Are they better than the ones I made before?”
In the nicest, most polite way possible my 9 year old said, “ Well, I really like everything you cook. And the old corn-dogs were good, but these are way better!”
So, the verdict is in! If you have a child or know someone on a GFCF diet pass this one on. They will thank you!
Gluten Free Corndogs
- 1 cup Gluten Free Corn Meal
- 1-1 ½ cup Gluten Free Bisquick
- 2 eggs(beaten)
- 1 TBSP Sugar
- 1 cup Milk (you can use soy, almond, etc)
- Hot Dogs
- Sticks (optional)
Heat the oil for frying to about 350 degrees. I used my Dutch oven. You could use a fryer, or any method you choose.
In a bowl add Corn Meal, Sugar, and 1 cup Gluten Free Bisquick. Stir together. Whisk in 2 eggs, and 1 cup of milk. The batter will be the consistency of thick pancake batter. If needed add extra bisquick to thicken.
Now place the hot dogs onto sticks, or cut into bite sized pieces. I cut my hot dogs in half to make kid sized corn dogs. Really, it is up to you.
Once the hot dogs are prepared, roll them in batter until they are covered. Quickly drop them into the oil and allow them to fry about 3-5 minutes until golden brown. You may need to flip them once.
Remove and place on a paper towel lined plate. Serve.
Makes enough batter for 1 package of Hot Dogs.
Check out the Ketchup covered face in the background! I think she wants another!
Looking for more Gluten Free Recipes? I have plenty!