Now, y'all know that I love making homemade corn dogs. They are one of those junky foods that I can eat and eat and eat. But as the size of my household continues to shrink, I often do not want to take the effort required to fry up a batch of corn dogs for just myself. And while I prefer the taste of homemade, sometimes you find yourself home alone, wanting nothing more than to put something in the oven while you veg out in front of Netflix. There is no shame in that, we are an evolved species. Enter Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs.
I am aware of Foster Farms corns dogs, they are a favorite of Youngest Son, and the gluten free variety contains the same hot dog that he and the rest of America loves.
I cooked a couple of corn dogs in the oven, following the package instructions, and found that they needed almost twice the cooking time listed on the package. But the results were pretty darn good. Crispy on the outside, with a soft, slightly sweet coating before getting to the hot dog. The coating was good, the hot dog, not so much. I do not eat a lot of hot dogs, and when I do, they are heavily spiced all beef dogs. The Foster Farms Corn Dogs left me wanting more. But, it is worth noting that they are the best selling Corn Dogs in the U.S., so it is possible it is just me. It is unlikely that anyone would guess these are gluten free if you did not tell them.
Want a box of your own so you can decide for yourself? The first five people to leave comment will receive a coupon for a free a box of gluten free corn dogs, courtesy of the nice folks at Foster Farms.
Foster Farms provided the corn dogs, no money changed hands, my opinions are my own.