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I had never tried to make cornbread before but about a year ago my friend made some and brought it to our Young Men/Young Women’s Chili Cook-off. It was so great I asked her for the recipe. She surprised me when she gave it to me. It was so simple I was sure even I could make it!
The 2 main things you will need for this recipe is a yellow cake mix and a box of Jiffy corn muffin mix.
To make these muffins (you can also bake them in a 9×13 cake pan) all you need to do is make your cake mix as per the directions and then mix in the jiffy corn muffin mix.
I used my pampered chef baking stone and cooked them at 350 degrees for 18 minutes. Make sure and spray your cake pan or the muffin pan well so they don’t stick. I sprayed mine well and then still used a butter knife around the edges to make sure it was going to come free easily and I had to let them cool about 5-8 minutes before trying to take them out.
Oh and because I care and you may as well. I was able to get 25 muffins and figured out the calories – these ones are coming up at 148 calories each!
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yum! i’ve been in the mood for cornbread so i’ll have to try these!! thanks for the recipe. i love your blog and am your newest follower! come follow along at chaseandem.blogspot.com XO
Can’t wait to come see your blog. Thanks for following us and let me know how you like the cornbread.
Hi! I saw your recipe with corn bread and cake mix and it reminded me of a cake my Italian grandmother used to make! It was an Easter bread with glaze on top. The cake tasted like it also had lemon in it! I have tried to duplicate it myself in the past like your recipe and it is close. I once asked her how she made it but, she talked broken English and she never measured, so it was hard to remember. However I had to smile when I saw this recipe! I know she did everything from scratch as back then who had mixes in a box? So I add some lemon flavoring to it and I never really used a whole box just about half to keep that cake texture more so than the corn bread. Then I made a powdered sugar and lemon glaze also to pour over the top. I just had to share. Anyone else know what I am talking about? Thanks for posting this!
Can you add honey or butterscotch extract to the mix? SmoQ has wonderful corn bread muffins, and say they add butterscotch to them?