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 anymore.
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 any time 😉
At 5 PM I had three 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 nine-year-old said, “ Well, I 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 Gluten Free Dairy Free diet pass this recipe on to them. They will thank you!
Gluten Free Corndog
- 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. 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 one package of Hot Dogs.
Makes enough batter for one package of Hot Dogs.
Check out the Ketchup covered face in the background! I think she wants another! 🙂
Amanda is a busy mom of 3 that is constantly on the lookout for shortcuts to add more happiness to the day. She loves creating recipes, printables, DIY, and sharing family fun tips with you.