Wednesday, April 1, 2009

The ABSOLUTE BEST CORNBREAD recipe!


If any of you remember the resteraunt Frontier Pie, this cornbread is even BETTER than theirs!! Once you make this recipe you will no longer be able to eat the prepackaged cornbreads any longer. Look no more, this will become your new favorite! I serve my cornbread with homemade honey butter (honey, butter, vanilla, 1 egg yolk). I also use 1/2 wheat flour and 1/2 white flour for this recipe and it is delicious!

Cornbread Cake
1 c. sugar
1 c. margarine
1 ½ c. flour
1 c. cornmeal
2 t. baking powder
2 t. salt
2 beaten eggs
1 ½ c. milk

Cream sugar and butter. Add rest of ingredients. Put in a greased 9x9 pan. Bake 350 for 30 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Can be doubled and baked in 9 x 13 for approximately one hour.

18 comments:

janet said...

My hubby would like this, he likes sweet cornbread.
thanks.

Leslie said...

So it calls for a cup of flour?

Leslie said...

Never mind I just saw where the flour is duh!

TheRogersInUtah said...

I am not a big fan of cornbread, but this recipe is delicious! I doubled the recipe and made a 9x13 pan....I had to hand it out to the neighbors so I wouldn't eat it all!! It is great warmed with honey. Thanks for the recipe!

heidi said...

Is that a raw egg yolk in the honey butter? If it is, is that safe?

Living the Scream said...

I love this recipe SO much I think I have made it 3 times in a month!! The best cornbread I have ever had!! Thanks for the recipe!

The life of Joanne said...

I have this in the oven right now!!! Can not wait!!!

buy viagra said...

It is indeed a delicious recipe, I also made it like 5 times this month.

Brooke said...

This is the best cornbread recipe ever. My husband was in love with Frontier Pies recipe until I tried this one many months ago. Now we make cornbread cupcakes with a honey buttercream frosting for dessert and put hotdog chunks in it for a corndog dinner. Thank you for sharing it with the world! :)

Shandra said...

I am glad you like this recipe! It is one of our family's favorites, that's for sure. It is just like Frontier Pies, isn't it? So yummy! Thanks for your comment ;)

Amy said...

I just found your blog today and I am so excited to try some of your recipes. Have you ever substituted the sugar for honey?

Shandra said...

Amy, I have never tried using honey, but I am sure you could do half & half. This recipe is fairly sweet, so you if you are wanting to cut back the sugar for caloric reasons, you could definitely do that. Or, just experiment and use part honey and part sugar. Let me know how it turns out if you try it ;)

Thanks for your comment!

Anonymous said...

This is such a great recipe! Last time I made it my husband ate almost half of it with dinner. Will make it again soon. Thanks!

Shandra said...

I am glad you and your husband enjoyed it. Thanks for letting us know ;)

Anonymous said...

I'm new to your site,& this cornbread recipe caught my eye. Could I substitute corn FLOUR for the cornmeal, & if so, how much corn flour for the 1 c. cornmeal?

Thanks!

Shandra said...

That is a great question. I apologize I am not familiar with corn flour. However, I am sure it is very similar to corn meal, so I would try just substituting it straight across and see what the consistency is like. Let me know what you find. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Are the cornmeal and flor plain or self rising?

Shandra said...

Just regular all purpose flour and regular cornmeal. Thanks ;)

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