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Corn Dog Cookers and Makers - Electric No Frying Corn Dogs

Updated on July 3, 2013

Making your own corndogs from scratch is easy when you own your own corndog maker. Traditionally, corndogs were made by dipping a hot dog on a stick in batter and deep frying it in oil until golden brown. These types of corndogs are popular at the state fair or fast food stands but are also available in many fast food restaurants or can be bought from a supermarket food store for microwaving, oven baking or refrying later. Making corndogs at home traditionally involved the same method but there is an easier and more healthy alternative.

Electric corndog bakers take the mess and expense out of enjoying corndogs in the comfort of your own home by eliminating the messy deep frying stage and replacing it with quick baking on a pair of non-stick griddle plates.

Baking corndogs rather than frying them is a much healthier alternative. We all know fried foods are one of the leading causes of heart disease and obesity but it's hard to cut out the comfort food we love. Baked corn dogs made on an electric corndog cooker are an excellent alternative to the original oil fried snacks and most importantly, they taste just as good.

It's a cheaper alternative too. Buying a corn dog at a fast food joint to satisfy a craving is going to cost you a couple of dollars and those store bought boxed corndogs are nothing like making a fresh one and still more expensive than making your own. A simple corn dog recipe is going to cost less than a dollar each plus you have the benefit of knowing what products you put into your recipe, cutting down on additives and preservatives and making headway towards guilt free snacking.

Deep frying corndogs at home is messy and all that oil costs money and is a pain to dispose of afterwards. With a corndog maker all that mess and extra expense is eliminated really quickly. The non-stick coating of the corndog griller plates wipes clean in seconds and since most of these grillers can make around 7 or 8 corn dogs at a time in a few minutes, it is a faster alternative too.

The following selection of electric corn dog makers and accessories are all top rated products as reviewed by real customers.

The Best Corn Dog Makers For Your Kitchen - With No Greasy Oil or Unhealthy Frying Involved!

Smart Planet CDM-1 Corn Dog Maker
Smart Planet CDM-1 Corn Dog Maker

This no fry corndog baker is the healthy alternative to the traditional deep frying method. Frying is messy but with this corn dog maker you do not hve to worry about cleaning up a greasy mess afterwards as you bake corn dogs directly onto the non-stick surface of machine. Choosing to go with a no deep frying corn dog recipe means you will be eating healthier too by cutting out all those heart unhealthy fats and oils. This electric corn dog cooker allows you to cook up to 6 corn dogs at a time and they cook up in a matter of minutes.

It's not just a cooker for making corn dogs from scratch either but is also great for making all kinds of snack on a stick recipes. Try making s'mores dogs, or pizza dogs or try making more healthy alternatives like veggie dogs. This is a great little electric corndog baking machine which will give you many hours of use at a great price.

Nostalgia Electrics SOS-600 Snacks on a Stick Maker
Nostalgia Electrics SOS-600 Snacks on a Stick Maker

Great for making corn dog snacks without oil for frying and also awesome for making a range of other party snacks without the mess. It comes with a bunch of fun snacks on a stick recipes for you to try or you can let your imagination run wild and come up with your own ideas. Pigs in a blanket on sticks anyone? Or how about chicken skewers? The foods you can put on skewers are only limited by your own imagination and if that is in short supply then never fear because there are books and blogs aplenty full of ideas for things you can use an electric corn dog cooker for. This one lets you make up to 6 snacks on skewers at a time in around 6 - 8 minutes depending on what you are cooking.


Don't Forget The Corn Dog Batter and The Sticks

Fry Krisp Corn Dog Mix, 10-Ounce (Pack of 12)
Fry Krisp Corn Dog Mix, 10-Ounce (Pack of 12)

There are many recipes out there for making your own corn dog batter but when you haven't got the time it is easier to just pick up a packet like this one, add water and away you go! This ready made batter for corn dogs produces a light fluffy coating and works great in electric corn dog makers like those featured on the page and it's a great price for a pack of 12.

BambooMN 6.5 Inch 5mm Thick Semi Point Food Caramel Candy Apple Corn Dog Garden Bamboo Skewers, 100 Pieces
BambooMN 6.5 Inch 5mm Thick Semi Point Food Caramel Candy Apple Corn Dog Garden Bamboo Skewers, 100 Pieces

These bamboo food skewers are ideal for use for everything from corn dog skewers to mounting candy apples. The ends are tapered to a rounded point ideal for skewering but not to be dangerous. Various lengths are available from 3 inches to 8.5 inches long.


Beyond Corn Dogs - More Recipes For Fun Food On Sticks

On a Stick!: 80 Party-Perfect Recipes
On a Stick!: 80 Party-Perfect Recipes

This is a great cookbook for those looking for fun state fair food like corn dogs and 80 more food on a stick recipes. It features a lot of great "on a stick" recipes which are great for cocktail parties and anywhere else a good finger food recipe will come in handy. There are dips in here too for dipping all the cool ideas you'll find in here.


Still Want A Deep Fryer For Corn Dogs?

There are specialist corn dog fryers on the market but these are pretty expensive for home use. A regular deep fryer works great for deep frying corn dogs on a stick, just make usre you pu tth estick in first and you've got a handle to dip them into and raise them back out of the oil. If you don't already own a deep fryer, or are ready to buy a new one then there is a great selection of deep fryers for all purposes here.

Professional Corn Dog Fryer

The products above are suitable for cooking corn dogs in your kitchen at home, they are great for older kids to whip up a quick snack or for creating quick party food on a stick but for a professional hot oil corn dog fryer suitable for kitchen and county fayre uses, then check out the options below.

Do You Make Your Own Corn Dogs?

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  • profile image


    6 years ago

    all the time.....I think I will go make one right now.

  • queenofduvetcover profile image


    6 years ago

    I want one!! =D

  • tyrosine profile image


    6 years ago

    oooo i am so gonna try it myself.. some day.. when I get my hands on that. :P

  • BuddyBink profile image


    6 years ago

    I love corn dogs but have never tried to make my own. Thanks

  • ndAirborneMedic1 profile image


    6 years ago

    Interesting lens. I love eating corndogs with mustard!! Nice to know there are some making machines out there.

  • asnvirtualservi profile image


    6 years ago

    I wish! Happy Something on a Stick Day. :)

  • Phoenix2361 profile image


    6 years ago

    A corn dog maker that doesn't require oil? Awesome. Thanks for letting us know about this.

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    Heather McGlaughlin 

    6 years ago from Marryland

    No I haven't yet. Thing lens make it look so easy though, I may have to try.

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    7 years ago

    Great corn dogs makers! The selection here is outstanding, great job!


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