Mini Gluten Free Corn Dog Bites Recipe

Mini Gluten Free Corn Dogs

 

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Hi I’m Andrew Cordova.

Today I’m going to share with you this simple and delicious gluten free corn dog bites recipe.

Corn dogs remind me of the fair and eating cotton candy, eating a bunch of junk food and having good times with friends.

Unfortunately I’ll probably never have another corn dog at the fair again but with this recipe I can have my mini gluten free corn dogs and relive those same memories.

The batter for these mini corn dog bites is really simple and can easily be made dairy free.

The only ingredients are

Coconut oil or butter (or any other oil)

Honey

Eggs

Baking soda

Salt

Coconut flour

Almond flour

And don’t worry there’s no weird after taste or gritty texture.

These gluten free corn dog bites taste just like a regular corn dog.

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Mini Gluten Free Corn Dog Bites Recipe

Serving Size: 20-24

Mini Gluten Free Corn Dog Bites Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup melted coconut oil or butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons honey
  • 1/4 cup almond flour, firmly packed
  • 2 Tablespoons coconut flour, firmly packed
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 4 hot dogs (cut in 1/2 inch pieces)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325.
  2. Whisk together melted coconut oil, eggs and honey.
  3. Stir in dry ingredients.
  4. Scoop into greased mini muffin pans, 1 tablespoon of batter in each.
  5. Place 1 hot dog piece in each muffin.
  6. Bake for 14-17 minutes, until golden brown.
  7. Serve warm

Notes

*Can be reheated in the microwave for 15 seconds.

This recipe is adapted from Gluten Free Fix

Gluten Free Mini Cord Dogs

  • Rebecca

    What brand of hot dogs do you use that are gluten free??

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      Nathan’s brand.

      • heather

        Can I use gluten free sausages in this recipe,and do they need to be cooked frist,something different to take to work.
        Thank you

        • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

          Sausage would be good. Yes you need to cook the sausage before hand. You’re welcome.

    • Carlene

      Oscar Meyer does a gluten free one, as well as Ball Park, you just need to read them.

  • Aggie

    Wait – there’s no corn in these corn dogs? Interesting…

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      Yup no corn.

  • Tracey

    I’d consider using the batter. However, I’d put something other hot dogs in it. ;)

  • Kelli

    I like that this is a grain free recipe!

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      Many of the recipes I share are grain free.

  • Becca Kleist

    what can I use for the flours? I have a hard time finding the 2 you have listed and many others. I have found others.

  • Marianne Shaver Kleminski

    Andrew you made my day! I almost did not open email because I cannot eat corn. Then I decided to anyway just for the heck of it and you made my day! These look delicious! OMG how fun. There is a really clean organic hot dog called Applegate Farms Organic. Not nitrates and only 8 grams of fat. They are delicious. Probably a bit thinner than Nathans but have less chemicals in them and better for you. Just FYI! Thanks again! We are having these soon!

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      I hope you enjoy them :)

      Applegate are good too, I just prefer the taste of Nathan dogs.

  • KJ

    My nephew has a nut allergy. So almond flour is out of the question. Can rice flour be used instead? If not, what other GF flour do you suggest?

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      This recipe will only work with almond flour.

      • KJ

        Well I found out that un-roasted, unsalted sunflower seed flour is a good substitute for almond flour as it is the exact same texture and consistency. Moreover, sunflower seeds have a mild flavour and so the flour will be light and will not overpower other flavours.

        • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

          Thanks for sharing. I’ll have to try this recipe with sunflower seed flour.

  • Peggy

    Just made these today and they taste and look amazing! Thanks so much!

    • http://gfmagazine.com/ Andrew Cordova

      You’re welcome.

      Glad you like them :)

  • Alyssa Bower

    when I became gf I thought I never would be able to eat mini cornies . I grow up with mini cornies and when I found this I just have to try it :)

  • Gray

    Tried these a few times and they stuck horribly despite greasing the pan. Thoughts?

  • GFMommy

    Sooooo good!!!!

  • Dilbert2020

    Amazing. With a capital ‘A’.

    seriously, these go wonderful with honey mustard – how I dreamed of enjoying corndogs (without cornmeal!)

    You are Awesome. With a capital ‘A’

  • Nattygrl

    Really enjoyed these. Used coconut oil first. Tasted good, but more like a coconut dog than corn dog. Second time, subbed applesauce in place of oil and it has become my new batter for all kinds of stuffed muffins treats. I’m guessing butter would be the best fat to use for true corn dog style, but this by far is the best gluten and dairy free batter I have tried! Not to mention easiest! Big thanks!

  • BrnzBarbie

    This recipes worked great for me! I used them for a birthday party. As a tip, I used a ruler and a small ice cream scooper. These tools made them easier to make, and gave me exact numbers since I made a lot!