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It needs some work....I'm adding 1/2 cup of creamed corn, or put 1/2 of canned corn in a processor and blend it. Then I'm adding 1/2 cup of sugar and 2 tbs liquid Olivio pump spray to the mix. It should improve the "corn" flavor and add more of a palette pleasing taste.
I just made this cornbread, and it is delicious! I used medium grind cornmeal, whole wheat flour, skim vanilla soy milk, and added 1/4 c. sugar substitute. I like the texture, and how puffy/soft it became. Wonderful! I will definitely make this recipe again.
This was pretty good for low cal and low fat. I wouldn't make it for company or a special occassion, but will keep this recipe to make for everyday. The only change I made was to add 1/4 c splenda.
I guess I was expecting a different taste to the cornbread. Glad I tried it but not up our alley. Sorry.
Great low-fat cornbread! I did add 1/4 cup sugar and about 2 Tablespoons of Parkay spray butter (fat free) and it was perfect! Thanks for an awesome recipe!
I made this tonight and loved it! We like a sweeter cornbread,so I added 1/4 c. Splenda. It is so nice to have cornbread while on my diet plan. This is a keeper!
I grew up with cornbread. However, since I've been trying to eat more healthy - I've avoided it. Yes, it is a little less sweet than what I've made in the past. However, if you're eating it with a fairly rich dish (I'm thinking chili or pinto beans), you won't miss the slight sweet. I love it - great for calorie counting. I can have my cornbread once again. Thanks for another great recipe Jen!
This was a great recipe for healthy cornbread! It's obvious from the ingredients, but I feel the need to mention that this is NOT a sweet cornbread. Some members of my family were a little saddened by that, but I thought it was a perfect addition to a nice bowl of chili! Also as a warning - this recipe gets moldy very quickly (within 3 days), do not make more than you need and think you'll eat it later on in the week.
Delicious! Used blue cornmeal and whole wheat pastry flour. Made this on a Sunday for dinner on Monday and it turned out great. Not too dry as some cornbreads can get. I did pour some honey on top- I just couldn't resist. Thanks for posting another great one, Ladypit!
Very easy and tasty. I served it with hamburger soup, and had the leftovers next day as a snack with reduced fat peanut butter.