DIY Boston Market corn bread recipe
Someone told me once that the reason why Boston Market's cornbread is so good is because it's part cake, part corn bread.
So of course I raced home to try that theory.
A little cake mix.
A little corn bread mix.
A whole lot of delicious.
The "recipe" couldn't be simpler.
One box of yellow cake mix, prepared according to the directions.
Two boxes of Jiffy corn bread mix, prepared according to the directions. (Jiffy is the only brand I've ever tried...I'm not sure how other mixes may turn out.)
Mix the two batters and bake at 350 until a toothpick comes out clean. 20-25 minutes-ish.
This makes enough to fill a 9x13 lasagna pan, and that's how I usually make it. The boys needed corn bread for their Thanksgiving feast at school, so I poured them (half full) into cupcake liners and got 36.
Yum! Sounds great. Going to make this tonight with some chiliReplyDelete
This sounds amazing. I am a huge cornbread fan. Thanks, Cheryl!ReplyDelete
I know your a Trader Joe's girl (from past posts)...have you ever tried their corn bread mix? It's amazballs! It's exactly like corn bread/cake! Yum! You probably have but I thought I'd share. :)ReplyDelete
It sounds deelish!! Thanks for sharing! Hoping to try it out.ReplyDelete
Yum! I love cornbread, especially with Chili..and butter.. =)ReplyDelete
Oh I love cornbread! I might try this :DReplyDelete
Yum! Yum! Yummy!! I made tired it! My crew loved it!! XOReplyDelete
. . . I guess I might have been tired, but I "tried" it!! XOReplyDelete