Saturday, July 6, 2013

Mini Corn Dog Muffins With Fry Suace

For lunch today I tried a new recipe. Mini corn dog muffins. I got the recipe from http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/2012/03/mini-corn-dog-muffins-gluten-freeor-not.html. I think that these corn dogs are pretty good.  There a healthier alternative than Pronto Pups. These mini corn dogs are a really fun food to make, and they are something different.  I hope you enjoy!
First I made the buttermilk.  I used 1 cup milk & added 1 tsp. cream of tartar.
Then you combine the butter, sugar, and eggs.
Now mix dry ingredients together. 
Next mix dry ingredients, wet ingredients, and buttermilk together.
Set batter aside and cut hot dogs into 1" pieces.
Fill batter into a greased mini cupcake pan.
Put a hot dog into each of the muffins.
Bake for about 10 min.  Or until cornbread is golden on top. 

While the muffins are cooking make the fry sauce.

Fry Sauce recipe:

1 cup Ketchup

1/2 cup Mayo or Miracle Whip(which ever you prefer)

1 TBS. Mustard (more or less to taste) 


Add Ketchup, Mayo, and Mustard
Stir together. The sauce should be a pinkish orange color.


When corn dogs are done, remove from oven and let cool.
Now you have Mini Corn Dog Muffins.  
Enjoy!:)


Helpful Hints:

When you fill the cupcake pan it helps to use a cookie scoop
When you grease your pans I would suggest using Wilton's Bake Easy non- stick spray. It works so much better on cakes and breads than the regular brand.  

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Monday, July 1, 2013

7up lifting ways to enjoy girls camp printables

Materiels you will need: 

  • as many desired 7up printables cut 3.75"x5"
  • green stamp/ink pad
  • circle stamp or pencil with flat eraser 
  • yellow paper cut 4.5"x 6"
  • ruler
  • pen or pencil to write with 


Print out 7up printable.  I printed 2 on the front of the page and 2 on the back.  Measure paper in half about 4.25"x 5.5".  
Cut the paper.
Use craft knife to trim the paper.
Use pen or pencil to trace measurements for the border. You want the border to be about 1/2 inch on all sides.
When you are done outlining the paper for where you want to cut it,the paper should look something like this.
Use pencil with flat eraser or a circle stamp to make a polka dot border around the edges.


Go all the way around it until you are finished
Now you have your polka dot border.


Glue your 7up printable on the yellow piece of paper. I used a glue stick.
Here is the finished product. They are so cute! One of the cutest handouts I have ever seen! Hope you enjoy!

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