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Mini Corndog Results from NYE

I like sunflower oil for frying.


I made the Bob's Red Mill Cornbread mix.


We cut up a million hot dogs lol (& yes I'm aware that hot dogs aren't the healthiest but we do not eat them on a super regular basis) 


The Lil Chef made corn dog bites all by herself this year! Yaaaay!!!! (on the left) It was 10 millions times harder than I expected to make the mini corn dogs on a stick. I had to thin out the cornbread mixture and I finally figured out that the tongs would be a good idea and unfortunately I ended up making corn dog bouquets lmbo. I also will not use colored lollipop sticks ever again, there was an issue with the dye. I actually think that I'll eliminate the stick all together the next time.





So many corn dogs! The GF Bob's Red Mill Chocolate Chip Cookies were the best! The non beer battered popcorn shrimp got a little crazy but everything turned out SUPER SUPER GOOD!!!!!! I completely pigged out!!!!!


My plate of fried yumminess!


If you have Pinterest you can click on the link to find a recipe that best suits you. I didn't use a recipe (maybe that's why I had issues lol) 
https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=mini+corn+dogs

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