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Mini Corn Dogs


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Mini Corn Dogs
A snack-sized corn dog
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8-10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8-10 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven according to cornbread muffin package. Spray muffin holes if necessary.
  2. In small bowl, mix cornbread according to package directions using ingredients called for on package. Pour into sprayed or lined mini muffin pan. Cut each sausages in half and place in cornbread batter. May have to cut last 2 sausage in thirds to fill all of cornbread muffin spaces.
  3. May not get all 24 mini muffin cups filled. Place in oven according to cornbread muffin instructions, about 8-10 minutes. take out of pan when toothpick comes out clean. Serve with catsup and mustard.
Recipe Notes

My husband found this recipe and made it after supper as a snack. He didn't create it. He doesn't like mustard, but liked it with these. I even dipped part of mine in catsup and another part in mustard My son usually tears the cornbread coating off regular corn dogs, but ate these. I don't like Vienna sausages, but couldn't tell that's what I was eating. It was a hit and would consider fixing it as a meal when it gets busy on the farm from Spring to Fall. My husband said it wasn't hard and didn't take him very long!

With what's going on in 2020, cornbread muffin mix and Vienna sausages are in a can so you don't have to worry about either going bad until you mix them together. A fun new food to change the boredom. A kid-size snack/meal that's just their size!

Parmesan+ Potatoes

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Parmesan+ Potatoes
parmesan and other things breading potatoes baked in oven
Course Vegetables
Cuisine American
Prep Time 30-45 minutes
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Vegetables
Cuisine American
Prep Time 30-45 minutes
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix ingredients from Parmesan cheese down in a bowl or large measuring cup. Peel and cut potatoes into bite-size cubes. I like to think of it as halve the potato the long way, Quarter the potato (cutting the other 2 pieces that haven't been cut the same way then chop, chop,c hop the long way getting smaller pieces. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Put a few potatoes in cheese mixture and stir to coat. It works better to put the potatoes in mix a few at a time instead of all at once, so they get well coated. I use a stainless steel scoop to mix it in the Parmesan mixture. Then the extra mixture falls through back in the bowl. Put in a sprayed 7" x 11" dish snuggly. Continue until all potatoes are coated and in the pan.
  3. Put generous amounts of margarine on top of potatoes. That's what makes them crispy. Cook for 50-60 minutes. You can turn potatoes over halfway through cooking, but don't have to.
Recipe Notes

I buy the scoop in the pet section of the store. Yes, you read that right. It is a kitty litter scoop. Afyer I've paid for it I take it home, put in my dishwasher, and then in my kitchen utensil drawer. No harm, no fowl. It never touches kitty litter and you wouldn't know the difference if I hadn't told you my secret!

I brought this recipe from home. My mom used to cut the potatoes in spears, bread with just Parmesan cheese and we really liked them that way growing up. I just took the idea and added my own to it.