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When was the last time that you’ve had a corn dog?  For me, it was a long, long time until recently.  My love of corn dogs started in elementary school.  I can remember dipping my corn dog into a puddle of mustard on my tray and enjoying the combination of hot dog, the crunchy and sweet corn bread covering, and the spice of the mustard.  Yum!  When I was challenged to design a recipe using corn dogs, I jumped at the opportunity.

My husband and I love to eat and I love to experiment in the kitchen.  My creative use of corn dogs was to make a corn dog pizza.  Don’t laugh…It’s truly really, really good!  The night we ate out corn dog pizza, Mr. SP remarked that I needed to make it again soon.

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Corn Dog Pizza (printable recipe below)

Ingredients (For 2 Pizzas)

2 Pizza Crusts

Yellow Mustard

1 onion, diced

2 celery ribs, diced

1 T butter

6 Country Ribbon Corn Dogs, sliced

3 cups extra sharp cheese, shredded

 

Procedure

1.  Remove stick from each corn dog and cut off each end.  Slice each corn dog into six sections.

Corn Dog Pizza - How to Cut CornDog #GetCorny #cbias

2.  Coat each crust with approximately 2 T yellow mustard and spread with a pastry brush.

3.  Saute onion and celery in 1 T butter until tender.  Sprinkle evenly over two pizza crusts.

Corn Dog Pizza Steps 2 and 3 #GetCorny #cbias

4.  Top pizzas with corn dog segments.

5.  Sprinkle cheese over each pizza.

Corn Dog Pizza Steps 4 and 5 #GetCorny #cbias

6.  Bake at 425 degrees for 4 minutes.  Rotate pans and bake for another 4 minutes or until done.

Corn Dog Pizza - Hot out of the oven #GetCorny #cbias

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Corn Dog Pizza
 
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Serves: 2 Pizzas
Ingredients
  • 2 Pizza Crusts
  • Yellow Mustard
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 2 celery ribs, diced
  • 1 T butter
  • 6 Country Ribbon Corn Dogs, sliced
  • 3 cups extra sharp cheese, shredded
Instructions
  1. Remove stick from each corn dog and cut off each end. Slice each corn dog into six sections.
  2. Coat each crust with approximately 2 T yellow mustard and spread with a pastry brush.
  3. Saute onion and celery in 1 T butter until tender. Sprinkle evenly over two pizza crusts.
  4. Top pizzas with corn dog segments and sprinkle with cheese.
  5. Bake at 425 degrees for 4 minutes. Rotate pans and bake for another 4 minutes or until done.

 

I purchased my Country Ribbon Corn Dogs at Sam’s Club.  Corn dogs must be a popular item in Lynchburg as one entire freezer section was devoted to them!  While I was buying my corn dogs, another shopper who also was buying them told me how much her kids like them.

Country Ribbon Corn Dogs at Sam's Club #GetCorny #cbias

The corn dogs are individually wrapped and come 30 to a box for $9.98, a very reasonable price.  We bought two boxes of corn dogs because Mr. SP thought they would make a good weekend lunch.

Country Ribbon Corn Dogs at Sam's in Cart #GetCorny #cbias

If you are like me and love to sample when you shop at Sam’s, participating stores will feature Country Ribbon Corn Dogs on January 3 and 4, 2014.  For more information on Country Ribbon Corn Dogs, connect on Facebook or Twitter.

Check out the cbSocially Get Corny Pinterest Board for creative recipes using corn dogs.

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Comments

  1. Very interesting! I think kids would love it!

  2. This sounds like something my husband would love!

  3. Now this one sounds fun to try! :)

  4. Two of my favorite things together in one recipe, how fun!

  5. I’m so impressed! That is such a neat idea for a pizza. I recently tried a baked potato topped pizza. Sounded weird but it was sooo delicious!

  6. What a cool twist on a childhood favorite! I bet this would be a hit during the playoffs too. #client

  7. My grand kids love pizza and they love corn dogs. This would be fun to make for them!! You are very creative. I wouldn’t have thought of this at all. :) I do like the occasional corn dog though.

  8. What a FUN idea!!! Corn dog pizza!!! Love it! #client

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