Enjoy Delicious Corn Dogs with Our Corn Dog Maker
Do you love having incredible snacks around the house, but often find yourself short on time? For many of us, the time it takes to prepare many of the foods we love may seem like just too much. However, if you enjoy corn dogs, you’re in luck! The Corn Dog Maker from Harriet Carter is here to make preparing corn dogs a breeze!
Create Corn Dogs in a Matter of Minutes
Often, recipes for corn dogs can seem like they require more time than you actually have. The process of mixing, flattening, baking, and rolling can be a real hassle, leaving you in a position where the creation of delicious snacks becomes more trouble than it’s worth. With the Corn Dog Maker from Harriet Carter, you’ll be able to prepare perfect corn dogs in a matter of minutes, with an amazing snack waiting for you before you know it!
How the Corn Dog Maker Works
The Corn Dog Maker contains 12 molds to make 12 corndogs. After mixing and preparing the standard recipe of the pancake batter of your choice, pour the batter into the molds. Afterward, place your favorite cocktail franks into the molds, and bake in the oven. Within minutes, you’ll have a dozen county-fair grade corn dogs that are excellent for parties, events, or just an evening snack.
Measuring 12" x 12" x 4", the Corn Dog Maker is manufactured from silicone that is safe for both ovens and dishwashers, allowing you to both bake your corn dogs without worrying about melting the pan while also allowing for easy cleanup.
The Sky’s the Limit for What You Can Do
Whether you want to make incredible corn dogs for a birthday party, holiday gathering, picnic, or a community event, the Corn Dog Maker is perfect for preparing snacks for any event. Don’t wait to order your Corn Dog Maker from Harriet Carter online today!
Corn dog maker tool
Great tool for making corn dogs, everyone loves them!
Fun and easy to use
This was fun to use and easy to clean up. I made some with little sausages and put a quarter of a hard cooked egg in others for my vegetarian daughter. They came out better if I put a bit of batter over the sausage/egg and toasted them for a short time after I took them out (so the details of the mold were more distinct and they were crunchier on the outside)