Corn Dog Muffins

12 Oct

These are a favourite in America, I’ve never tried them before, but this was the year! I finally ‘manned’ up and tried out my recipe, with help from my brother in America :p these are a wonderful mix of sweet and savoury which is not done too often in England, but with the right ratio of flavour they are amazing!


100g Melted butter
60g Caster sugar
2 Eggs
150g Cornmeal
245g Plain yoghurt
175g Plain flour
1/2tsp Salt
10 Frankfurters

Estimated time: 35 mins


These are possibly the easiest from of muffins I have ever made! Start off by weighing all of your dry ingredients into a large bowl. To this add your sausage chopped up into small bite size pieces and stir together so that the sausages are all coated.


In a separate bowl weigh your yoghurt, eggs and caster sugar together and gently whisk together. Once carefully mixed stir in the melted butter until it’s combined.

Now carefully fold your dry ingredients into the wet making sure you’re not left with any huge lumps.


Spoon the mix into muffin cases and bake at 180c for 10-15 minutes until the muffin mix is a nice golden brown. Enjoy these while they’re nice and hot 🙂


And enjoy!! Did I not say these were easy?! These are a really fun quirky muffins that will keep the family happy for as long as it lasts!! These will bring part of America into your home! Enjoy 🙂


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