Franks and Corn Bread

Franks and Corn Bread

"'We ate this corn bread-topped casserole often when our children were growing up, and it was always well received,' shares Marilyn Hoiten of Rockford, Illinois. 'It's so easy to throw together after work that I still make it for my husband and me.'"
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  1. In a bowl, combine the pork and beans, hot dogs, brown sugar, Worcestershire and mustard; mix well. Transfer to a greased 9-in. square baking dish.
  2. Prepare corn bread batter according to package directions; stir in cheese. Drop by spoonfuls onto bean mixture. bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 40-45 minutes or until heated through.

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We had all the ingredients on hand so I thought I'd give this recipe a shot. It was great! Very easy to mix together and throw in the oven! We ate ours with a little squirt of ketchup and must...

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Sounded alot better than it was, although tasty it should be reserved for emergency easy weeknight dinners

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We had all the ingredients on hand so I thought I'd give this recipe a shot. It was great! Very easy to mix together and throw in the oven! We ate ours with a little squirt of ketchup and must...

We love this, my 8 year old thought it was fantastic and my teenager thought it tasted like a corn dog. Will definitely be one of our go to recipes.

Not exactly what I crave but good nonetheless. We will make this more often as it was cheap and a crowd pleaser. I cut the hot dogs into coins, added onion powder and garlic powder to taste, an...

This was yummy! I made mine in a 8x11 glass baking dish because I didn't think everything would fit in my 8x8 without making a mess! Because I used a bigger dish, I thinned out my corn bread mix...

This was pretty good. My daughter loved it. Only probably I had was the cornbread was getting too brown about 5-8 minutes before the recommend cooking time, but when I dipped into it, it was s...

Sounded alot better than it was, although tasty it should be reserved for emergency easy weeknight dinners

We did not care for the taste of the corn bread with the beans (too dry). I think next time I will try this with biscuits or a type of dumpling.

I had every thing on making it convent and the best part was that it takes back to my childhood. 8+)

Perfect to put out at a party! The trick with this is the corn bread. If you put too much and too early the bottom layer will not cook. A good way to avoid the bottom layer not cooking is add th...

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