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Corn Dog Casserole

Updated on January 9, 2012

I'm a huge fan for the classic corn dog, and I also love casserole. So why not combine the two and make corn dog casserole! Here is the fun and easy recipe for all of those cooking enthusiast's who love corn dogs!

Casserole Ingredients

1 (28-oz.) can of baked beans, un-drained

1 (16-oz.) package of cocktail-sized hot dogs

½ cup of barbecue sauce

¼ cup of finely sliced onion

Topping Ingredients

1 (6.5-oz.) package of golden corn muffin and bread mix

1/3 cup of milk

2 tablespoons of melted margarine or butter

1 egg


Step 1: Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.

Step 2: In large cooking pan, combine all casserole ingredients and mix them together.

Step 3: Cook casserole over medium to high heat until surface starts to bubble, make sure to stir frequently.

Step 4: Pour into ungreased 2-quart casserole dish.

Step 5: Prepare corn muffin mix as directed on the box or package.

Step 6: Prepare muffin mix using milk, margarine and egg, stir batter evenly around edges of hot bean mixture.

Step 7: Bake at 375 degrees for about 20 to 25 minutes or until top is golden brown.

Step 8: You can either use a package of cocktail-sized hot dogs or a package of standard size hot dogs. If you choose to use standard hot dogs, cut them into 1 1/2-inch pieces.

Step 9: To save on time, you can use 1/4 cup of frozen chopped onion or 1 tablespoon of instant onion instead of fresh onion. I always prefer taking the extra time and chop fresh onion.

Step 10: Serve Corn Dog Casserole with tater tots, ketchup and mustard and a cold glass of lemonade or ice tea.

I hope you try out this recipe, its great for around the holidays or even for a party. The first time I tried this recipe out was when I was at a Football party. It was amazing and I was hooked on this casserole ever since. It just goes to show you that you can combine different types of recipes and still make a tasty meal that the whole group can enjoy!


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      CookwareBliss 5 years ago from Winneconne, WI

      Victoria Lynn- Thanks for stopping by and voting my article up. Hope you try the recipe out sometime:)

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      CookwareBliss 5 years ago from Winneconne, WI

      Jessi10- Let me know how the family likes it, happy hubbing:)

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      CookwareBliss 5 years ago from Winneconne, WI

      barbergirl28- I have not tried cheese on a stick but it does sound tasty. I family in California so when I'm in that area I'll give it a try! Thanks for the comment as always :)

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      Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Yummy, that looks good!! Voted useful, awesome, and up!

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      Jessica Rangel 5 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      I am trying this recipe TONIGHT! If its as yummy as it looks, my entire family will love it. Definitely something worth SHARING!

      Voted up too!

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      Stacy Harris 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca

      I will admit - I am not a fan of corn dogs... however, that doesn't mean the rest of the family doesn't love them. Will definately have to try this one out as it sounds like an easy recipe that the kids would really like.

      BTW - if you are a fan of corn dogs... have you ever tried Cheese on a Stick? We get them at the beach all the time here in Southern California. It is basically cheese instead of the hotdog! Now that is something I will eat! :)

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      Brett Caulton 5 years ago from Thailand

      WOW, so simple to make and it looks really tasty! I love your idea, and when I get back home I will be trying it out.

      Voted up and socially SHARED!