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Hushpuppies Premium PD Recipe

These oil-free Hushpuppies taste and look totally deep fried! My brother and I have fond memories enjoying them as kids. Only two pups were served to us with a batter fried fish dinner. They were the best part of the whole meal and we wished we could have more. Now we can have a whole basket full of these crunchy nuggets loaded with whole grain corn.

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  1. These are wonderful. I have made these three times with in a week. It’s probably the crunchy outside. You would think they was fried. I have put then in the refrigerator and just had tem as snacks. My husband even likes them.

  2. Delicious! Huge hit with the kids! Never had hush puppies before but they are so good. Crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. They were really easy to make; Julie’s instructional video was so helpful. This recipe does take time, 1 hour 30 min but that is really just cooking time. Well worth the time. Loved them!

  3. I love these! I didn’t grow up with them but I will be making up for lost time! I tried them with Frank’s Hot Sauce, Creamy Ranch Dressing, and even the Onion & Chive Creamy Cheeze. My favorite was with Not-Yo Cheeze Sauce and pico de gallo.

    I have a smooth top electric stove and the burners stay really hot, so after it came to a boil, I actually had to remove the pan from the burner and stir frequently while the burner cooled down.

    When I went to roll them into balls, I decided to try to use my cookie scoop (I have a Pampered Chef medium scoop which holds about 2 Tbsp.). I got it wet and it worked perfectly!

    I need to make these again soon because I think that they’d be really good with the French Onion Dip, too!