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I made this and it was very good. I could not find any fat free sugar free yogurt or fat free sour cream (lame town I live in), so I used light sour cream and it was moist and I did add some hot sauce to the mix. I used muffin tins, and it made six muffins and it cooked for 20 minutes on the lowest rack of the oven.

Will surely be making this again.

mollywally :)

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mollywally March 28, 2012

We have made this 3 times with great results. The 1st time, I had no yogurt so made buttermilk with milk and vinegar to substitute. The 2nd time I used a cup of sour cream with no yogurt. This last time, I had the correct ingredients. It was good for time 1 and 2 but outstanding for this 3rd time.

I used House Autry Medium white cornmeal, omitted the Splenda and used regular sour cream-not fat free. Each time, I melted bacon grease in my small iron skillet prior to pouring in the batter. Delicious but not low cal.....Baked at the 375 degrees but it took about 30-35 minutes to bake.

Super recipe. Thanks for sharing. Since I have been unable to eat wheat for about 5 years, this is the best cornbread I have made. My grown kids and the young grandkids love it too.

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hoppyjack June 26, 2011

This is good but a little too sweet for my taste and I found the splenda taste to be too strong. Next time I would use sugar instead of Splenda and reduce the quantity of sweetener. Made for Keep That Resolution: Lite and Low Recipes Event

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Dreamer in Ontario January 21, 2009

This is a great recipe. My family loves it. It is also great from my gluten free son!

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rhodelm December 07, 2012

Delicous and very easy to prepare. I added a small 4oz can of diced green chilies for some extra flavor. I doubled the recipe and poured into a 12 cup muffin tin. The cornbread bakes up beautifully and has a nice moist texture to it.

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Amber of AZ August 14, 2011

I loved this recipe. It was awesome. I've made it twice in one week. A good addition to any meal :) Thanks for sharing. Delicious!

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kstraka_sn February 17, 2010

I'm not on WW, but I'm trying to keep my caloric intake low, and this is a perfect cornbread recipe to cure my carb craving! I can get a big fulfilling slice for under 100 calories, what's not to love! I use Egg Beater and depends what I have on hand, I'll use either all yogurt or all sour cream, and always turns out delicious. Sometimes I even mix in berries or sausages to change it up. Two thumbs up for this recipe!

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tinatinatina November 03, 2009

I had never tried cornbread before but I will be making it again. It was lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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Chandone June 12, 2009

This was wonderful! It was alot better than other Core cornbread recipes I have tried. It takes just like Jiffy! DH even ate it! I did add a little extra splenda just for personal taste. Thanks for the recipe!

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cookinrooky November 16, 2008

This is really good. I followed the recipe as stated except I only used 1/8-1/4 cup of splenda. Thanks, my husband requests this every week!

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Jadelabyrinth November 10, 2008
Cornbread (Ww Core)