Corn Bread

Hello All!  Change of plans!  I was going to show you a skirt I made using a tutorial I found on Pinterest….BUT I changed my mind.  Hope you’re ok with it!! 🙂

In the past week, I had a couple requests for this recipe.  First, for a local church newsletter.  I forgot I signed up for that.  Lol.  So, to avoid stress and craziness, I decided to submit a recipe for corn bread.  Second, my parents were visiting and my mom got a call requesting the corn bread recipe.

Last night for dinner I made chicken curry and corn bread to go with it!  What I love about this recipe is that’s EASY & DELICIOUS!  Just as a side note, I grew up with this recipe.  I’m not exactly sure who gave it to my mom, but I know it was a lady from church.

Corn Bread

Preheat oven to 350℉

2 C Bisquick
¾ C Sugar
¼ C Cornmeal
½ t Baking Soda

2 Eggs
¾ C Oil (Corn or Veg.)
1 C Milk

Put dry ingredients in a bowl.  Mix and make a well in the middle of the dry ingredients.  Pout in the wet ingredients.  Mix until all dry ingredients are wet.  Bake in a greased 9×13 pan for 25 minutes.  Melt some butter or margarine over the top when done. Serve hot!

Other tips for this recipe:

  • Mix with a wooden or plastic spoon.  Don’t use a mixer – it fluffs up the batter too much and it doesn’t turn out the same.
  • Make sure to smooth out most, if not all, the lumps before pouring it into the pan.
  • If you use a glass pan, bake it for 25 minutes and then look at it.  You may need to bake it a little longer.  For example, last night I used a glass pan & baked it for 29 minutes. (I’ll show you a picture soon.)
  • Cut a tablespoon of butter (or so) and put it on the hot corn bread soon after it’s out of the oven.  Using a knife, move the butter around the pan, allowing it melt on its own.  Use more butter as needed.  Don’t melt the butter first and then pour it on.
  • Cover cooled/left over corn bread with plastic wrap.  The plastic wrap helps to keep the corn bread from drying out over night…so you can enjoy it the next day!!  I prefer to pour a small glass of milk, scoop the corn bread and dip it half way into the milk.  It’s SO good!

I think that’s all for tips!  Time for pictures!  Lol.  Here is what the corn bread should look like…

Here it is up close!

Try it & let me know what you think!!  Enjoy!

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