Breakfast “corn dogs”. Breakfast Corn dogs (pancake sausage on a stick). We use pancake mix and breakfast sausage to make these Jimmy Dean knock-off's fast and easy! Instead of corn dogs made with hot dogs, we made corn dogs with sausages and served them for breakfast.
I have to say I feel like I prob saw breakfast corndogs on. Breakfast sausage dipped in a blueberry pancake batter and fried to golden perfection! Serve with warm maple syrup for the ultimate breakfast. You can cook Breakfast “corn dogs” using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Breakfast “corn dogs”
- You need 2 cups of pancake mix+water called for on box (prepared).
- Prepare 10 of breakfast sausage links.
- You need 1/4 cup of powdered sugar.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of AP flour.
- Prepare 1 cup of warm maple syrup.
- Prepare 10 of skewers.
Prepare corn dogs at home just like you'd get at the fair. Both kids and grown-ups will love this hearty corn dog batter. —Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana. The fried corn dogs, once cooled completely, can be stored securely in sealable plastic bags then microwaved or baked to be reheated. These homemade corn dogs are a classic fair treat, and easy to make at home!
Breakfast “corn dogs” step by step
- Cook sausage links as directed and allow to cool for 5 minutes..
- Prepare pancake mix as directed and pour into a large TALL glass. The tall glass makes it easier to coat the whole sausage link..
- Push a skewer into each link and dip into flour and tap off the excess. Next dip into pancake batter and place in deep fryer until golden brown turning as needed..
- Allow to cool 5 minutes then dust with powdered sugar and serve with warm syrup to dip if desired. Great for on the go busy morning with the kids!.
Mix together a quick cornmeal batter, dip the hot dogs, and fry until golden. Corn Dogs are a healthy choice—well, sort of. Jimmy Dean sells a breakfast variety of corn dog. To get my corn dog fix outside of the fairgrounds, I make my own—corn dogs with mini breakfast sausages for a breakfast twist on the classic. The corn dogs were a hit and were a hundred times better that the pre-made frozen ones.