Top Rated Cornbread Recipes

Try this twist on classic cornbread for your Thanksgiving or holiday dinner. Click here to see the Basic Roasted Turkey recipe.Click here to see The Ultimate Thanksgiving Countdown: Getting Saucy.
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Cornbread
Enjoy this cornbread warm for breakfast with maple syrup and butter, or on the side with rich meats and stews.This recipe is courtesy of King Arthur Flour.
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Cornbread Stuffing
Jason Goldstein of Chop Happy created this no-bake way to whip up Thanksgiving stuffing in a jiffy. He recommends using store-bought cornbread and leaving it out for a day so it dries out a bit. That will ensure it soaks up all the flavorful juices to create a sweet and spicy take on this holiday favorite. 
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jalapeno cornbread
This twist on a classic cast-iron pan cornbread includes jalapeños, corn, cheddar cheese and green onions. It’s crispy on the sides and bottom but soft on the inside.
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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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Cornbread
Give everyone their own side of stuffing with these cornbread muffins. Think of it as two side dishes rolled into one — no, that’s not cheating, that’s just being practical.
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Cornbread
When you don’t want to turn the oven or stove on, cook your cornbread in your slow-cooker.This recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Here is a recipe I adapted from the cooking of Kurt Gardner, a New York theater man of great culinary passions who has been contributing the dish to our home for years, usually in proportions large enough to feed boroughs. Rare is the month where there is not a frozen bag of this stuff in our freezer, ready to be deployed.
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cornbread stuffing
Sometimes a little is just enough, which is why we swap in cornbread for regular bread in our stuffing recipe when we're looking for just a taste of something different. It's subtle enough to let the classic flavors of stuffing shine through, yet still makes it just a little different. For this recipe and more, check out our roundup of every recipe you'll need to get you through the holidays.
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Bacon Cheddar Cornbread
Cornbread is a Southern staple, but by adding bacon and Cheddar, it is sure to please any crowd. The secret to any good cornbread is fresh cornmeal. You can easily add store-bought cornmeal to this recipe, but the flavor is enhanced dramatically by cornmeal that is fresh and contains no preservatives. Cornmeal retains freshness just like a regular ear of corn, so the longer it's been on the shelf, the less your cornbread will have that distinct flavor. Try a local organic grocer, or for the best quality, try a place like Anson Mills that mills their corn and ships it the same day.
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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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Adding bacon and cheddar to your cornbread, and using Country Crock to keep the bread rich and moist, adds something special to an American staple.    
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