I used to love frozen corn dogs growing up, and my mom always bought them with some of the other junk food snacks at Costco or the Swan truck! I’m excited to bring you this gluten-free mini corn dog recipe in collaboration with Sir Kensington’s condiments!
I have always been a fan of Sir Kensington’s products, mainly their yummy mayo, and was thrilled to hear about their new line of squeeze bottles. I love to make homemade ketchup from my cookbooks so I can use a paleo-friendly sweetener, but in reality I rarely have time. Sir Kensington’s is always my go-to for Asher because they have the best quality, non-GMO verified ingredients of packaged sauces and are the most tasty by far. The jars were always a little hard for him to serve himself with though, so we are all excited about these new bottles! He’s a big ketchup fan and uses it on my Grain-Free Chicken Nuggets or an organic grass-fed hot dog at least a few times a week.
Putting them to good use, I worked with Sir Kensingtons to create this awesome new after school snack for you all! These grain-free mini corn dogs were so fun to play around with and create! I did find that a big difference was made when using a really good quality hotdog, and I think that’s why the frozen ones don’t taste so great anymore! Well, that and that they’re filled with a bunch of chemicals.
I created a nut-free version for those with nut allergies or so that you can send them to your children’s school as well. I do find the almond flour version to be a little more tasty and a lot more crunchy though! This duo can be purchased online for $10. Sir Kensington’s is offering free shipping to readers of Against All Grain, please use the the coupon code “corndog”. Sir Kensington’s full line of condiments can be found at Whole Foods.