Oh, the humanity!This was very yummy. I quartered the recipe and it fed and adult and two little kids. It's exactly as described . Left out the chilies to be child friendly and the butter to be mommy friendly. Absolutely a keeper! Thanks.
These are absolutely delicious, we loved them! Very easy to make too. Thanks for a sure keeper Breezermom!
YUM! I made these according to the recipe (with buttermilk), but I have already had requests for making these with maple syrup, without the chiles. :) But, OH MY GOSH does this make a LOT! :) I made "4 servings" and it was enough for side dishes for 4 adults, 2 kids, and 2 or 3 lunches!
Great flavours and textures but i found the thin batter a bit tricky to deal with - I am always a bit challenged with the flipping !!! Made for ZWT 5.
I grew up on fried cornbread, love the stuff. I didn't add the green chiles or peppers as I was making this as the base for my spin on Huevos Rancheros. I did cut the recipe in half with no problems. Next time I will add all the ingredients. Good flavor, will make again.
My Grandmother always fried her cornbread, too. Called them Johnny Cakes? I absolutely loved them and this was a great taste of the past. Thank you!!
Yummy! I had this with hashbrowns and scrambled eggs dipped in a little ketchup. Great idea! Thanks breezermom!
Well all Ken and I have to say is Grannie was one GOOD cook. Like most of the Breezermom recipes I''ve try this is a real BreezerKeeper. I tagged this little pup in Everyday's a Holiday and trust me, when you make this cornbread, you'll think you are on a holiday. Served tonight with my homegrown, frozen horticulture beans... oh mama... where is the sixth star??