Weight Watchers

Cheesy Corn Dog Muffins

The Weight Watchers Cheesy Corn Dog Muffins are a super delicious recipe and ideal for a kid’s snack, a birthday celebration, or, to be honest, just a fun lunch if you’re looking for something new. These are on the healthier side, even with the use of actual hot dogs. Four to five of these will keep you under 350 calories. Try these Mini Corn Dog Muffins as a snack at a barbecue or at a winter sports party, along with a cup of chili.

Tips for making this recipe:

Make these convenient little muffins in place of corndog sticks. A portable confection is the ideal on-the-go snack. You don’t even need plates, teaspoons, forks, or cutlery. Take a few and move on. The hot dogs do not need to be made earlier because they will sizzle in the microwave.

Cheesy Corn Dog Muffins


  • Milk: 1/4 cup.
  • Vegetable oil: 2 tbsp.
  • Fat-free hot dogs: 7
  • Yellow cornmeal: 1 cup.
  • Sugar: 1 tbsp.
  • Salt.
  • Flour: 1 cup.
  • Baking powder: 1 tbsp.
  • Egg: 1


  1. Set the microwave to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and coat a small muffin pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Cut each hot dog into five pieces, for a total of 35 pieces.
  3. Mix the cornmeal and sugar, then add the baking powder, salt, and flour in a basin. Whisk together the egg, milk, and oil in a small bowl. Combine the wet and dry components well.
  4. Place one hot dog slice in the exact middle of each tiny muffin cup after using a generous spoonful of batter.
  5. Before serving, let the muffins cool for a few minutes after baking for ten minutes, or till they are golden brown.
  6. This recipe yields 35 tiny muffins; you can put them away or keep any leftovers for up to a few weeks.
  • If you think thirty-five may be too many for your family, you can nonetheless prepare the entire recipe and preserve the excess since they are stored incredibly well. Before putting them in a zip-top storage bag, allow them to cool fully. They can be kept for almost seven weeks.
  • Keep this meal in a cool place for a maximum of four days.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Do corn muffins relieve constipation?
  • Cornbread’s fiber supports regularity and preserves the health of the digestive system. Because fiber gives feces more volume, it keeps the digestive system functioning properly. Additionally, fiber facilitates food’s rapid passage through the intestines. Whole-grain cornmeal is also used to make cornbread.
Nutritional facts:

Calories: 61 kcal.

Sodium: 7.4 mg.

Protein: 2.2 g.

Carbs: 6.8 g.

Saturated fat: 0.8 g.

Sugar: 0.9 g.

Fat: 2.9 g.

Fiber: 0.3 g

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