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Ball Parks Don’t Make Good CornDogs

Since our kids are literally spitting distance from their grandparents front door my parents like to keep their home stocked with certain things for those times we just stop by. Hot Dogs are on that list. This past weekend my mom and dad did their duty as babysitters since Rob and I had somewhere to go. Typically dinner with the kids involved a trip to Red Robin, take-out pizza or spaghetti & meatballs. This week I thought it would be the perfect time for Shae to hit up Pop-Pop for homemade corndogs. For some strange reason Shae’s been asking ME to make corn dogs. I don’t have a fryer but my dad does, of course.

The meal prep itself was fun. The kids helped with the measuring and mixing and then let Pop-Pop work his magic. While the corndogs tasted good they didn’t hold up well. We used Ball Park Angus Beef Franks-Bun Length. I blame the juiciness of the dog for the sliding off of the crust; that’s not really a bad thing though when you think about it. Ball Park Angus Beef Franks are perfect for the grill and that’s how we’ll continue to eat them.

Whether you keep the fridge stocked for the kids or for the unexpected guest Ball Park Franks are a must for everyone. Combined with other grill and bbq staples you have a full meal that is sure to please any palate. We all have our own recipes that include Ball Park Franks. Share yours with us, maybe we’ll try some.

“This is a sponsored post. Ball Park product and additional incentives were provided to me. All opinions stated are my own.”

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