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Mini Corn Dog Muffins Dairy-Free & Egg-Free

Egg-free corndogs are so hard to come by. 
But food allergies shouldn’t stop the corndog fun!
Check out our easy no egg and dairy-free corndog recipe below.
My kids and hubby love it! And so do their friends.
eggless corndog recipe

Several years ago, I made my first dairy and egg free corndogs through Money Saving Mom’s freezer lunch challenge.

At the time, however, I didn’t realize what a big deal eggless corndogs really were.

Yes, dairy-free corndogs have hit the market over the years.

But boy, finding dairy AND egg free corndogs is next to impossible.

The moms in our community are always asking…

and this is the post I point them to because we have done it! 

That’s right, mama, we’ve made dairy and eggless corndogs for years.

And your kids are going to love these bite-size treats!

Don’t forget the ketchup. 

Egg Free Corndog Recipe

Money Saving Mom taught me that we could easily make corndogs as muffins. 

Corn muffins with hotdogs!

Yeah, baby. No sticks. No frying. 

Sign me up. 

And while my kids and family definitely liked the muffins for so many years, 

I’m super excited to be taking these to a whole new level 10 years later.

Gosh, I’m old. 

Recently, I saw these made as MINI muffins and that made so much sense. 

While this recipe has always been delish…my family’s only complaint was…

“too much muffin, too little hotdog”. 

So mini muffins solve this problem perfectly! 

Just the right amount of corn muffin along with just the right amount of hot dog. 

Even though I’m serving these up to big eater teen boys now, they are an even bigger hit than they used to be!

dairy egg free corn dog muffins

Now, if you’re like I used to be and the thought of cleaning a mini muffin pan hardly seems worth it…

take this tip from me. 

You need this mini muffin pan! (affiliate link)

Actually, you need all the pans this company makes. I love their donut pan for easy donut-making. 

And I have their bread pan, cookie sheet, jelly roll, two round pans, mini cakes pan, and probably more.

Yes, I’m a fan, and you will be, too. 

I don’t share many affiliate links these days, but these pans are an absolute dream. 

Made in the USA and coated in non-stick silicone…these corn dog muffins pop right out. 

Clean-up is so fast and easy. Huge time and sanity saver!

Vegan Corn Dog Muffins

Here’s how I make the corn dog muffins. 

First, for the corn muffin mix…

you can use this cornbread mix and still make them dairy and egg free. 

Or you can go with the homemade cornbread recipe below, easy peasy. 

Second, for the hotdogs…

we love these dairy-free hotdogs.

Simply mix up the cornbread batter. 

Cut five hotdogs into equal 1-inch pieces. 

Fill each well of your mini muffin pan 3/4 full with cornbread batter. 

Put a piece of hotdog into the center of the batter.

Bake on 400 degrees for 7-10 minutes. 

Did I mention these bake really fast?! 


Mix up your allergy-friendly cornbread batter. 

Grease a mini muffin pan. No grease needed for USA pans.

Fill each muffin well 3/4 full with corn muffin mix.

Cut hot dogs into 1″ long pieces.

Place one hotdog piece vertically into the center of each muffin.

Bake according to the cornbread recipe you’re using. 

Bake on 400 degrees for 7-10 minutes until golden brown and done to the touch.

Serve warm with a side of ketchup. 

Store leftovers in the refrigerator for a few days or freeze longer for quick lunches. See instructions below.



1 and 1/2 cups dairy-free milk (original, unsweet)
1/2 tablespoon vinegar
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup flour
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
3 tablespoons unsweet applesauce


Preheat oven to 400.

Combine dairy-free milk and vinegar. Let sit. 

Mix cornmeal, flour, sugar, salt, and baking soda in a large mixing bowl. 

Whisk oil and applesauce into the milk and vinegar. 

Add milk mixture to the dry mixture. Stir just until combined.

Fill mini muffin tin wells 3/4 full with the cornbread batter. 

For corndog muffins, insert hotdog piece into the center of each muffin before baking. 

Bake for 7-10 minutes or until golden brown and done to the touch. 

Serve hot. 

How to freeze corn dog muffins


Bake your muffin corn dogs.

Place cooked muffins on a cookie sheet and flash freeze in freezer.

Then place frozen corn dogs into a freezer bag or freezer container & store in freezer.

Pull out individual corn dogs as you need them.  Reheat in oven or microwave.

Corn Dog Mini Muffins Egg Free

Hope you enjoy these eggless and dairy-free corndog muffins as much as we do! 

Will you actually have any left to freeze? That’s for you to find out. 

To see Money Saving Mom’s freezer corn dog muffins, click here.

Click for more freezer lunch ideas!

This was originally posted in September 2012.


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Christine Bloch

Sunday 3rd of October 2021

We made these today with Bob's Red Mill GF flour as we manage a dairy, egg and wheat food allergy. They were a hit and will be in the lunch boxess this week!

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 5th of October 2021

We are so happy to hear that, Christine! Thanks so much for sharing. Love it when GF works!


Thursday 16th of July 2015

After you freeze them how would you heat these up? I haven't done anything like this in the freezer(Just dinners and breakfast sandwhiches) would the microwave be fine for them?


Saturday 14th of June 2014

You are very welcome! So glad it worked!


Friday 13th of June 2014

Thank you for this great recipe. I made it as above with the Jiffy mix and didn't have enough for leftovers so I made the recipe that was on the side of cornmeal container I had. I just substituted the milk and egg. I think both ways turned out great! I will for sure make these again. Thank you so much for all that you do. We are new to the allergy world. My son is allergic to eggs, milk, and peanuts. It really helps to be able to find recipes and tips.


Sunday 16th of December 2012

I made these tonight. DELICIOUS! Though I couldn't make the batter stretch to 10 cups :(

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