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Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs

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Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs were made at the request of my son.

I guess his school serves something similar for breakfast and he reeeeaaaally wanted me to try and recreate them.

BUT he insisted (nicely) that we have them as breakfast for dinner.

This kid has my whole heart, so you know I had to make it happen.

A side of hash browns and scrambled eggs along with these breakfast dogs was our complete, fun meal.

ingredients for the corn dogs

How to Make Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs

The first step is cooking a package of sausage links.

You could make them in a skillet or the air fryer.

SO easy in the air fryer at 390 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes.

sausage links in air fryer before cooking

No dirty pan, no oil splatter, and each one is perfectly cooked.

Just shake the basket a few times throughout.

sausage links in air fryer after cooking

While the sausage cools, prepare the pancake batter.

Add 1 1/2 cups dry pancake batter with 2/3 cup water.

Make sure you have the kind of pancake mix that only requires water.

pancake batter and oil in a skillet

When the sausage is cooled, put them on corn dog sticks.

I held the sausage in one hand and twisted the corn dog stick through the center.

sausage link on a corn dog stick

Fill a skillet a few inches deep with vegetable oil and set it over medium heat.

Once the oil hits 350 degrees, batter 3 or 4 breakfast dogs.

I used a spoon to get them evenly coated.

dipping sausage in pancake batter

Gently place them in the oil.

And watch carefully because they only take a minute or two to cook, flipping them halfway through.

Remove them when they are perfect golden brown and place on a plate lined with paper towels.

Then repeat frying the rest of the breakfast dogs.

breakfast dogs frying in oil

Serve Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs with powdered sugar and maple syrup ๐Ÿ™‚

As you can imagine, I had quite the happy crew for our fun breakfast for dinner meal.

Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs
Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs
Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs

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Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs

Sausage Pancake Corn Dogs start with cooked sausage links on a stick and dipped in pancake batter, then deep fried and served with syrup

Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine American
Keyword Breakfast, Brunch, corn dog, Fried, Kid Friendly Meals, pancake, Recipe, Sausage
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 14 breakfast dogs
Calories 222 kcal
Author Cheri

Ingredients

  • 14 breakfast sausage links
  • 14 corn dog sticks
  • 1 1/2 cups dry pancake mix (use a mix that only requires water)
  • 2/3 cup water
  • vegetable oil (enough to fill a pan a few inches deep)
  • Optional: powdered sugar, maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Cook the sausage links in a skillet over medium low heat for 8 to 10 minutes. Or cook them in the air fryer set to 390 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes, shaking the basket a few times throughout. Once the sausage is cooled, put them onto the corn dog sticks.

    Note: I had the best luck holding the sausage link and twisting the corn dog stick through the center.

  2. Put the dry pancake batter in a bowl and add the water, whisk until combined. The batter will be slightly thicker than if you were making pancakes.

  3. Fill a skillet a few inches deep with vegetable oil and set over medium heat.

  4. When the oil reaches 350 degrees, coat 3 or 4 sausages with the pancake batter (I used a spoon to help coat them) and gently lay them in the oil. They will cook for about a minute or two, flip them halfway through.

  5. Put the cooked breakfast dogs on a plate lined with paper towels and repeat frying the remaining breakfast dogs.

  6. Serve with powdered sugar and/or maple syrup if desired.

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