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We spent all day today cleaning out the basement/garage. You all know just how much that can stink. Then it was time to make supper and who has the energy for that after such a busy day – with tremendous progress! I wanted to make something quick, easy and not too bad for us. My husband and I are on a diet so we really need to think our meals through. I decided to use the Cutie Cake pan to make some corndogs.
There are so many different ways to make corndogs in this pan but I will show you which method I did today.
First you need some sort of corn muffin mix or recipe. This time I am using Jiffy Corn Muffin mix – it is what I had on hand and we use it often. Mix according to the directions on the box with milk and eggs.
I also use Nathan’s 50% reduced fat hot dogs – I actually prefer fat free but the rest of the family doesn’t care for that. We can agree on 50% reduced fat.
Spray the Cutie Pan with a baking spray, fill each compartment with corn muffin batter and place a slice of the hotdog on top, pushing it down a little.
Bake for about 8-10 minutes – do not bake according to the muffin mix directions. They bake much more quickly in the bite sized Cutie Cakes pan.
Grab a plate, add a little ketchup if you’d like and indulge…
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