awesome, whole family loved it! i used whole wheat/all purpose mix and it still turned out well. thanks for a great tasting and easy recipe.
Love this cornbread recipe! I added two tablespoons of chopped bacon and two tablespoons of honey.
I made this too go along with a pot of chile verde con cerdo. I have to say I am not very big on cornbread but this one was very good. The only cornbread I usually think is good is from restaurants. I have made jiffy before and didn't like it. My husband wants me to add a little bit of corn next time. Will update again when I do that :) added some honey to this the second time I made it.
I really liked this!
I have been meaning to review this cornbread for a long time and keep forgetting to do so. This has become my go-to recipe. It is sweet, but not so sweet that it feels out of place at dinner. Furthermore, this cornbread is dense without being dry as most dense cornbread tends to be. or a real treat, I whip up honey butter to serve with it. I highly recommend it :)
YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I always wanted to make cornbread and when I made this, not only was the recipe simple but it was delicious! I made this to go with a venison stew I made and my husband loved it!
I substituted the butter with margarine and used only a 1/4 cup of sugar and it turned out perfect! Thanks for sharing!
Holy stinkin' cow. This. Is. GREAT!!!!!! I used only 1/3 cup sugar, and I couldn't have asked for a better cornbread. I made it in my cast iron pan, and it was tasty. My roommate was basically yelling at me when he was saying how good it was. My dad says to never make it again, because he'll eat a pan of it everyday and get fat. HAHA! Thank you sooooo much!
Very easy and yummy, as promised! I cut the sugar down to 1/4 cup, and it was still perfect! Thank you!
Excellent recipe. Sweet but not a heavy sweet, and moist. Thank you for posting it here. I made this for our new years day "good luck" dinner; black eye'd peas 'n ham over cornbread with a little relish. To be clear, your cornbread is delicious all by itself, you don't even need butter.
I made this using my cast iron skillet greased with bacon fat. I used polenta grits for all the cornmeal and should have used some cornmeal. I liked the crunch but would prefer less. Perfect sweetness for us. Served with New Orleans Red Beans and Rice. Will be great with chili this fall and winter.