Once you try cornbread made from scratch, you'll bypass those boring boxed varieties. From Southern cornbread to cornbread dressing, these easy recipes are ready in a jiffy.
Serve this fun shaped cornbread with a big bowl of chili or soup for dinner.
This tasty recipe harkens back to days of old by making corn bread in a skillet. Serve the bread as a side dish for chili or other savory soups.
Buttermilk gives a pleasing, tangy flavor to this Southern-style corn bread. If you like sweeter corn bread, use the upper range of the sugar called for in this recipe.
Make this recipe to serve 24, or serve 12 and hope for leftovers. Toasted corn bread with honey and butter is also an ideal breakfast.
Two Southern favorites, chicken and corn bread, are paired in this home-style dish.
This roast pork covered in corn bread is an empanada gone uptown.
Crushed pineapple, cream-style corn, and cheese give the traditional corn bread recipe a new taste sensation.
Cornbread pairs well with many main dishes. Prepare this easy recipe using buttermilk, cheese, cornmeal, and sour cream.
Red sweet pepper makes ordinary corn bread special for the festive table or buffer. If you prefer more heat, stir in a finely chopped jalapeno pepper in place of the sweet pepper.
Let some honey-butter melt on the cornbread. Pass the remaining honey-butter to spread.
This onion flavored, slightly smoky bread can also be made with a corn bread mix to save some preparation time.
There's a number of tweaks you can perform on the basic recipe and still end up with a delicious treat. Try adding cheddar cheese and chile peppers for a version with a hint of heat.
Red and green peppers add flecks of color to this classic corn bread recipe.
Masa harina, a fine corn flour, gives this bread light texture with nice corn flavor.
You need only five ingredients and one skillet to fix this main-dish recipe. Top the ground turkey and chili bean filling with cornbread batter made from a mix and bake right in the skillet.