Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins are a delicious mouthful of low-carb goodness. Made with 7 ingredients total, you can whip these up in a jiffy.
Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins
My Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins, aka corn doggies, are not only easy to make, they’re healthy, delicious, and make an adorable appetizer or kid-friendly snack.
Keto Corn Doggies Kid-Friendly Snack
I love serving these gluten-free corn doggies to “kids” young and old. They’re perfect for our Super Bowl parties, children’s birthdays, or even a low-carb Easter brunch.
Gluten-Free Corn Doggies Recipe
My gluten-free corn doggies made with almond flour are perfect if you’re on a low-carb Keto Diet. They won’t spike your blood sugar like gluten-free snacks made with corn, rice, or potato flour. Given that Celiac Disease and Diabetes ride on the same gene, this is important for me in staying healthy!
Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins
- 1 cup blanched almond flour (not almond meal)
- 2 tablespoons golden flaxmeal
- ¼ teaspoon baking soda
- ¼ teaspoon celtic sea salt
- 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 3 large eggs
- 4 hot dogs, cut into 1 inch pieces
- In a food processor combine almond flour, flaxmeal, baking soda, and salt
- Pulse in vinegar and eggs
- Transfer batter 1 tablespoon at a time to a paper lined mini muffin pan
- Place one piece of hot dog into each muffin cup
- Bake at 350°F for 20-25 minutes
- Cool 15 minutes
Gluten-Free Corn Dog Mini Muffins
The base of this easy low-carb snack recipe is almond flour. All you need to make it in addition to the almond flour is flax meal, eggs, vinegar, salt, baking soda, and hot dogs. Really, it’s that easy!
Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins Recipe
This Keto Corn Dog Muffin recipe is based on my beloved Low-Carb Cornbread recipe which has only 6 ingredients total! So essentially, these are cornbread hot dog muffins and I can’t get over how adorable they are.
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We like to serve these with mustard which is a great low-carb condiment. Most store-bought ketchup has added sugar, but Primal Kitchen ketchup does not so we use that. The boys like to eat these with Cholula sauce to add a spicy kick! I’m a purist at heart and prefer my corn doggies plain. What’s your favorite corn dog sauce for dipping?
Dairy-Free Keto Snack Recipe
It’s so hard to find good dairy-free keto recipes. But these Low-Carb Corn Dog Muffin bites are perfect. I’ve been on a gluten-free diet since 1998. I went on a low-carb grain-free diet in 2001 and it’s been so helpful, I’ve stuck with it ever since.
More Low-Carb Keto Snack Recipes
Here are more healthy gluten-free, low-carb snack recipes for you. I spend quite a bit of time developing my recipes so that they have as few ingredients as possible and work every time!
Salt and Pepper Crackers
I make these Salt and Pepper Crackers at least twice a month, they’re the perfect grain-free low-carb snack. If you can have dairy, these are terrific with my homemade goat cheese recipe. If you’re on a Dairy-Free Diet, serve with my healthy homemade Guacamole –the perfect keto dip recipe.
Keto Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Sometimes we eat my Keto Peanut Butter and Jelly as a full sandwich, but when the boys were little I cut them into squares and served platters of these for after school snacks. The boys had no idea the peanut butter and jelly sammie they were eating was nutrient-dense, low-carb, and healthy.
Who doesn’t love those adorable orange fish-shaped Goldfish Crackers? It always brightened my day when I’d find them in my lunch box. Now you can make your own homemade goldfish crackers and relive that lunch moment all over again!
Keto Comfort Foods
Looking for more delicious keto snacks like these Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins? Check out my Keto Comfort Foods for the best of the best when it comes to keto. What’s your favorite keto food?
This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives, I first published this Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffin recipe in 2018.
kathryn porter says
Will regular flaxseeds work? I don’t have the golden ones. What is the main difference, the flavor?
Kathryn, I haven’t tried that so not sure, if you do experiment I hope you’ll let us know if it works :-)
Tanya Kihn says
I love love love all your recipes Elana! The only thing is I have a problem with nut and coconut flour?! Is there any way of substituting the almond flour in the recipes? I know it’ll completely change the flavor and most probably affect the texture but I NEED your recipes on my life!! Xxx
Tanya, thanks for your kind words! I haven’t tried that so not sure, those are my go-to’s :-)
What is the sauce that you have pictured with the mini corn dogs?
Cheryl, good ole dijon mustard :-)
I haven’t even made these yet but already I think you are my new best friend!!!!!
FYI- Costco has an organic chicken black pepper and basil sausage that would be incredible in these.
Patti, hello friend! I hope you love these as much as we do :-)
Made them today for a birthday party. (Outdoors, masks, social distance, only a few people!!). I doubled the recipe, used large muffin tin and 3 1″ hotdog segment per muffin. Absolutely amazing!!!! I’m from the South and miss corn dogs!!
Patti, thanks so much for letting me know these are amazing!
would “chia or flax eggs” work in this I wonder?
Kaitlyn, I haven’t tried that for this recipe, but does not work in the recipes where I have :-)
What are the macros on these?
Lee, for more on that go here:
Have a great day!
These are awesome! What a treat. I used butcher box uncured hot dogs (100% grass fed beef and heritage breed pork, no additives). Dipped in unsweetened ketchup from primal kitchen- Yum and guilt free! :)
Kerry, your comment is making me very hungry! Thank you and glad to hear these are awesome :-)
Becky Datbonne says
Thanks for the shared comment—I’ve been buying from Butcher Box for almost 2 years—never have tried their uncured hot dogs BUT I will now thanks to you!
Can you sub plain gluten free flour for the almond flour?
Jordan, haven’t eaten GF flour in close to 20 years when I removed all grains from my diet so not entirely sure, but I don’t think that would work :-)
These were fabulous – a big hit. I sprayed the mini muffin tin with olive oil and took them out of the cups as quickly as I could once they were out of the oven. As long as they didn’t cool in the tins, they came out easily & held together. (Inverting doesn’t work as most hot dog pieces fall out.) That way I avoided the mess of the paper, which would have been extensive- given the number people ate! Forwarded the recipe to lots of friends.
Jenifer, thanks for letting me know that these are fabulous and for forwarding this recipe to lots of friends :-)
The link to the hot dogs is “broken.” Maybe Applegate doesn’t make that particular kind any more or??
Rainbow, thanks so much! We’ve updated that link :-)