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This turned out great for me. Thanks for a good basic cornbread recipe.
Really nice and firm. Cut well and was enjoyed by all
Very good cornbread. I like mine a bit sweeter so will add more sugar next time. thanks!
Really good indeed, as everyone else has attested to! I added some frozen corn (thawed by running warm water over before putting in batter), a little chopped jalepeno and a drizzle of honey. Will make again for sure!
This was really easy and very tasty.
This is a quick and easy cornbread recipe that can be made in no time. I sometimes substitute all-purpose flour for whole wheat (but it will be a bit drier). Goes great with chili!
This is so easy. A tasty and moist cornbread, with a lovely golden brown color. I have made this twice, the first time, since my mom likes a sweeter cornbread for breakfast, I doubled the sugar and followed the rest of the recipe exactly. I found it a little bit oily (or mayby it just me, because my family didn't say something about that). The second time, I used 1/4 c of sugar and 1/4 c of Splenda. Work well. I tried half veg. oil, half applesauce, and the cornbread wasn't as moist as the recipe stated, but I guess that a few more tbsp more of applesauce would correct that. The house smelled so good :)
I don't know what is going on with SoulofaJedi's experience with this recipe, but it came out GREAT for us. It rose beautifully and was a lovely golden color when done. The taste was excellent; just the right amount of sweetness. Thanks for posting!
This is the recipe that I have always made. I think I got if off of the baking powder. I leave out the sugar ==we don't like the sugar in it. Yes, we're from the south. Back in the day when I had all 3 kids at home and we were BUSYBUSYBUSY! I used to have my oldest DD make up a few ziploc bags of the dry ingredients so all we had to do was add the wet ingredients, She's an old married woman now and she does that at her house too! just saves a few minutes and we can always use those!