These air fryer frozen corn dogs crisp up nicely and get the perfect color and taste! It's a quick-frozen food that you can prepare in no time, perfect for when you are in a hurry.
Learn how to cook frozen corn dogs in an air fryer. These Air fryer frozen corn dogs are another tasty snack that you can make when you don't feel like cooking from scratch.
Like many other frozen foods, these corn dogs are convenient and so easy to prepare. They are so tasty, inexpensive, and filling.
Corn dogs are one of the most popular comfort foods that always remind me of my childhood. This sausage on a stick is coated with a thick layer of cornmeal batter that is deep-fried.
Corn dogs originated in the United States and are commonly found at the state fair or local carnival.
I usually like the extra fixings on a hot dog but with a corn dog, I sometimes don’t add any condiments, as the cornmeal coating has a wonderful sweet flavor.
While it’s not hard to make too many mistakes while cooking a corn dog, having one that’s been cooked properly in an air fryer just gives it that elevated taste and crispiness.
My kids both get so excited when they see me placing corn dogs in our air fryer, they know it’s a good night of eating ahead of them!
Frozen Corn Dogs Cooking Instructions
To start, I preheat the air fryer. After that, I place the frozen dogs in an air fryer, in a single layer then cook for 12 minutes at 375°F, shaking the basket halfway through.
Please note, there are so many air fryers available on the market and they may perform differently based on many factors. You may need to adjust the time and cooking temperature accordingly.
Frozen food may also carry germs, so it's important to cook them thoroughly until the internal temperature reaches 165°F. You can read more about it here.
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Air Fryer Frozen Corn Dogs
- an air fryer
- 1 package frozen corn dogs
- Preheat the air fryer and set the temperature to 375°F.
- Put the frozen corn dogs straight into the basket, in a single layer. Do not overcrowd the basket and work in multiple batches if needed. No thawing, oil, or cooking spray required. Cook for 12 minutes, shake the basket halfway through cooking. Check for doneness and air fry longer if needed. The meat should register 165°F. Let it rest for 2-3 minutes before serving.