Top Rated Cornbread Recipes

Real Cornbread
This traditional cornbread, which is great for Thanksgiving or any other time of year, is made without flour, isn't sweet, and has a crumbly texture. You can change the adaptable recipe to suit your cornbread preference. For a variation, substitute 1/2 teaspoon baking soda for the baking powder and use buttermilk instead of milk. If you're looking for a more muffin-like texture, substitute flour for half the cornmeal.
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5

Corn Meal
Jiffy mix makes a fair cornbread. It’s not quite as lofty as homemade, you can’t tailor the sweetness, and it does contain partially hydrogenated lard. But the bread tastes fine and it’s marginally cheaper and quicker than homemade. With that said, I’ve been baking my husband’s grandmother’s cornbread recipe for 15 years, and I think of her every time I do it. She was lovely, with a cloud of white hair and the gift of making everyone feel appreciated, from the smallest child to the most shy and awkward adult. She called recipes “rules” and she wrote out this rule for “Aunt Sally’s cornbread” for me in her own hand. Whoever Aunt Sally was, she was definitely a Yankee. This cornbread is sweet. Make it or buy it? Make it.
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5

Put aside your traditional cornbread recipe for a minute and try this easy, flavorful, and moist recipe from Chobani yogurt. The company adds their plain yogurt to the batter for a unique taste and texture.    Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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4.5

Don’t stuff the turkey with this baby! You want to make sure that you let this dish stand on its own!
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4.333335

Pumpkin and cornbread are two classic fall favorites. By combining them, you can enjoy a rich new dish with better nutrition than your average cornbread and with a flavor that is not to be missed.
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4

Instead of using white bread to make your French toast in the morning, step outside of the box. Try slices of cornbread — we promise that it is just as good, if not better. 
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4

This recipe is a spin on traditional cornbread muffins, and Thanksgiving stuffing. Click here to see Thanksgiving Stuffing Reinvented in 8 New Ways
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4

Quail with Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing
Cornbread stuffing is an absolute classic during the holidays, from Thanking to New Year’s Day. With the addition of ingredients like quail eggs and sausage, you can take the cornbread stuffing to a whole new level and make a new tradition for your family to enjoy.
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4

This is a time-saver dressing that combines two Thanksgiving favorites, Louisiana yams and cornbread, for a delicious diabetic-friendly recipe. Save a step and buy premade cornbread at the grocery store.
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4

Avocado Sage Cornbread
Jazz up your Thanksgiving cornbread with the addition of fresh avocados from Mexico! This slightly sweet version uses mashed and diced avocado in place of the oil, resulting a moist and cake-like bread. This may become your new favorite cornbread year-round! Serve warm and drizzle with honey, if so desired.
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4

Vegan Chili and Cornbread Casserole
In the never-ending effort to create good, hearty comfort foods that are vegan, I thought I would combine two of the heartland's most prized recipes: chili and cornbread. I know this sounds entirely not-vegan by nature, but with the help of a standout meat substitute (soy chorizo) and by keeping the cornbread old-fashioned (sans eggs), what we have is a devilish casserole with the capability of making you a local celebrity. Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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3.666665

Apple-Chestnut Cornbread Stuffing
Granny Smith apples, chestnuts, and homemade cornbread combine to make a memorable and delicious stuffing. And it's vegan, too. While store-bought cornbread is convenient, there's nothing quite like homemade. See all stuffing recipes. Click here to see A Vegetarian Thanksgiving.
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2.9375