Yummmmie. This is light and sweet - almost cakelike. Not very healthy, but I used the Heart Healthy Bisquick and part Splenda; also used half skim and half lowfat buttermilk. It rises so nicely, we got about 9 servings. Thanks for sharing! UPDATE: Replaced 1/3 cup of the butter with 1/3 cup applesauce and it was still GREAT. So nice to have it so yummy and a little less naughty.
I have looked for 40 yrs. for a recipe for cornbread as good as Marie Callender's , and finally, found this one, truly this one is even better as it is not as heavy, this is light ,moist, sweet and full of flavor, I am sending this recipe to all my family and friends. If you are looking for the very best one, don't go any further.This is it guys! Thanks to RecipeZaar and to the Chef that sent this in. WONDERFUL!
This cornbread is really good for one that uses a mix. I love how light and sweet it was. Will definitely be making it again. Thanks for sharing.
Very adaptable to our tastes. I reduced the sugar to 1/3 c. as previously tried, then upped the cornmeal to 1 c. and used only 1 1/2 c. bisquick. It still turned out light, moist and yes, I agree I could have reduced the sugar a bit more. I think this recipe could handle it! A winner all around. Thanks for posting--
Loved this, I am always on the lookout for cornbread recipes as I love cornbread and this one was a great big hit!!! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!
Made this at my mother's request, and absolutely loved it. To heck with Jiffy, this is BEST cornbread I've ever had and will DEFINITELY be made again and again.
OMG! This is the best cornbread I have ever made! I used 1 C buttermilk in place of the milk -- not much of a change, but it added dimension of flavor. I also reduced the sugar to 1/3 C because we don't like our cornbread too sweet. I think you could even reduce it to 1/4 C, if you want. The resulting cornbread was very moist. It did not fall apart as most cornbreads do. I have always liked Marie Callendar's cornbread, and now I can make my own! Thanks for sharing!