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I made this almond flour "cornbread" with about a 1/4 cup of corn off the cob (put in a food processor) and 2 packets of Splenda. I baked it at 350 for 18 minutes, put it in a greased 6" pan. It is cornbread. I know if added about 12 grams of carbs to the entire recipe...but if you want cornbread that is low carb..this is it.

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jpeo30 April 06, 2015

Ok. my mom and I are doing a low carb diet, and We were having chili, and you cant have chili without cornbread, and so we looked up a low carb cormbread recipe. It didnt really taste like cornbread, but it was still good! we did french toast with it too! and it was great, sooo, Great Job! :D

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katiegirl13 February 19, 2013

I thought this was quick and easy. Not really sure it tasted like cornbread but did have the consistancy of it. I had to cook it for 3 1/2 min in my microwave on high to make sure it was done. Nice "bread fix" thanks!

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Verelucky October 20, 2010

This was easy to make and really took the edge off. You need the chew factor of carbs. Also made you feel full afterwards. Down side is that Almond Flour is not cheap, so this is a treat. I used egg beaters in place of the eggs and it still tasted great. My husband loved it and me for finding the recipe so he could have guilt free bread. Thanks for sharing getting ready to make in right now...Only takes a couple of minutes.

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Rose G. September 14, 2009

I must be the only one who didn't like this. It tasted nothing like cornbread to me. I would rather splurge and eat 1 piece of regular cornbread than the whole pan of this. After 1 bite, it went into the trash.

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r.sorrell October 18, 2009

I loved the texture, and it's so easy to make. I was going to add splenda to the mix, as others suggested, but I wanted to taste it first. I wasn't crazy about the taste, but it might serve it's cornbread purpose next to chili! I topped it with butter, cinnamon, and splenda, and it was more like faux french toast! In fact, I'm going to get some sugar-free maple syrup and make it that way. Great for breakfast -- I took the extra to work and am eating it now! Thanks for the recipe!

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heidicard November 12, 2008

This recipe is fantastic. The texture is almost exactly like cornbread. The flavor is a bit lacking but I suspect a little splenda will go a long way.

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denaisyourpimp August 07, 2007

I have made this twice now and I still can't believe it!Not quite cornbread but I definately get that bread "fix".Quick and easy.I found that if I use 1tbsp butter and 1/8 tsp salt it's perfect for me.Thanks for a great recipe!

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Chef Romie May 14, 2007

Wow! I can't beleive how easy this was to make. Tasted great right out of the microwave with a little butter. The texture was nice and fluffy like a muffin. Satisfied my craving for bread. I will be making this a lot. Thanks for the great low-carb recipe!

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sarapac January 17, 2007

This recipe looks/acts a lot like the Magically Moist Almond Cake recipe on Bob's Red Mill Almond Flour bag. Seriously folks - this Almond Cake is my go to desert. It is fantastic. Try it. Corn Bread: I would add Splenda to this recipe for sweetness, and also some cumin. Maybe some red pepper flakes (not a lot), chili powder, or crushed garlic. Almond flour has no corn flavor on it's own, so add spices to give it some direction to go in. Even chilis or jalapeno would be good.

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jashley1000 October 12, 2015
Delicious Low Carb Cornbread