Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs

Corn tortillas wrapped around hot dogs with melted cheese inside.  These Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs are crispy with every bite and fun to eat!

Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs with #corndogs

Hot dogs are a favorite in our home.

Typically hot dogs go great inside a bun.

But, how about a wrapped corn tortilla?

With cheese inside.

And, on a stick!

That’s exactly what I’ve done, my friends.

Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs with #hotdogs on a stick!

These Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs are a little out of the norm.

But, that’s how it is around here.  

A little different.  

And, fun!

You may say they are a cross between a burrito and a corn dog, maybe? 

Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs with #hotdogs

Little East comes home every day for lunch.  So, I try to be a little creative and mix things up a bit.  Do you know how picky a 7 year old can be?!  

If and when he eats a hot dog, he prefers a stick in it.

I guess that makes it so much more fun, right?

Putting these Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs together are very simple.

Grab your favorite kind of hot dogs, some cheese, and corn tortillas.

And, don’t forget about the fun part… short wood skewers. 

As Easton says, easy peasy!

Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs with #baked #hotdogs

Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs
Corn tortillas wrapped around hot dogs with melted cheese inside. These crispy Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs are crispy with every bite and fun to eat!
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  1. 4 hot dogs, any kind
  2. 4 slices cheese, any kind
  3. 4 corn tortillas
  4. 4 short wood skewers
  5. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  1. Heat corn tortillas in the microwave for 30 seconds between paper towels. (This will make them roll and bend without breaking.) Brush olive oil on the bottom side of each corn tortilla. Put a slice of cheese and hot dog on the top each one. Roll it together and tuck face down onto a nonstick covered baking sheet, so they will stay closed.
  2. Bake for 20-25 minutes in a 375 degrees oven.
  3. You may choose to put skewers in one end of the hot dog before or after baking time. I do both ways.
  4. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.
  1. Serves 4.
Simply Gloria
Baked Corn Tortillas Cheese Dogs with #corntortillas

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    • says

      Mary Frances, I’m the same… not really a fan of hot dogs. I’m actually very picky if I do have one. Hope you’re having a fabulous day!

  1. says

    Ok, these are so cool and so easy to make. My older son Blake (12) has such a liking for corn dogs and I hate that, so these are such a better alternative. I would gobble a couple down myself too! And by the way, Easton is on our name list for our new little guy due in 4 weeks.

    • says

      Matt, I’m so big on the corn dogs, either. They are always under cooked when I buy them from somewhere… all doughy in the middle.
      That is so fun! My East loves his name… especially when it’s time to hang out at the sports store and he has to have the cleats with his name on them, etc. (Kole is his middle name…. just like your little man, with a C.)
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    • says

      Shannon, that would be a great idea with the 5 year olds! Besides, so easy to whip up along with everything else you have to do to get ready. Have so much fun!

    • says

      Paula, you seriously just made my day! It’s funny how the boys go through their fun food stages. Easton was just asking me today, why do I have to keep making homemade chicken nuggets for his lunch when I should be just grabbing the Mickey Mouse nuggets bag at Costco! Because… my boys would devour the whole entire bag in one sitting. No lie. The whole baking sheet will be filled with those!
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    • says

      Nicole, so am I! We grew up on hot dogs because they were so cheap. But, now there is such a huge variety on healthy and/or beefy ones!

    • says

      It’s a sure winner with boys… I only know because my house is full of them! Hope you’re having an enjoyable day, Allie!

  2. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says

    My kids would love this, Gloria! If a burrito and corn dog had a baby, I totally believe this is what you’d get!! LOL

    • says

      Oh yes! These four were just for the teenager. I was lucky to have them photographed before he came home for lunch. Otherwise, they’d be gone before I put my camera ON. 🙂

  3. says

    It’s pretty funny how much I love hot dogs. My husband mentioned last week that we’ve been eating hot dogs quite a few times lately, so I decided to take a break this week. With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, I’m pretty sure we’ll be having these on Monday to celebrate. Such a fabulous idea. Hope you’re doing well, dear!
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    • says

      Kathi, you are too funny! My husband will get up in the middle of the night and make hot dogs… not one… but a few! I don’t know how he does it. We love hot dogs, too… but I like eating them in the daylight hours. hehe

  4. Yvette says

    My mother used to make these for me and my siblings all the time! Instead of the stick, she would put a toothpick in the side to keep it from unrolling. We loved it when she made these! The melted cheese makes them oh so good! It’s been (um) decades since I’ve eaten one. I can’t wait to make these for my girls! Thank you for the memory!

    • says

      My youngest thinks these are more fun than the old corn dog. Yours would, too! Hope you’re having a wonderful Saturday, Kelly!

    • says

      Tahny, my boys have always torn the corn dog to pieces, too! It drives me crazy and makes me wonder whey I even bought the darn thing in the first place. Hope you’re having a wonderful evening!

  5. says

    Super brilliant idea! Where do you come up with these awesome creations?! I have to admit that I’m not really a hot dog person, but my hubby, on the other hand…he’ll go nuts when he sees these and will beg me to make them for him. Of course I’ll happily comply. 🙂
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    • says

      Elizabeth, I totally hear you… I get so tired of making the same thing everyday for my youngest, too. Your kiddos would think these are fun!

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  7. Kristine says

    These look absolutely awesome!! We love hot dogs in our house. & to top it off I am on a gluten free diet & this is a perfec alternative to a bun!! Yay!! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  8. Samantha says

    Tried this tonight – these are my absolute favorite way to eat hot dogs now. The tortilla gives a delightful crunch you don’t get with a corn dog, but you still get the great corn flavor. And, I don’t feel like I’m serving total garbage to my family (we all know hot dogs aren’t great for you). I made a spicy adobo-mustard dipping sauce that we all enjoyed and I can’t wait to try it again! Thank you thank you!!


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