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A Thanksgiving Classic: Sweet And Comforting Cornbread

The holidays are just around the corner (cue the holiday music)! In my spare time, I love testing out fun festive recipes. This weekend, it was all about making cornbread. I discovered that there are many ways you can go about making cornbread, but I like mine simple.

There's no question about making cornbread for Thanksgiving, right? It's a must-have. But there are so many ways you can go about it. So the question is, what kind of cornbread do you choose? Do you buy cornbread from the grocery store already made? Do you make it from scratch? Or do you buy a cornbread mix? Which is best? Well, I can't exactly answer that. I'm sure all are totally great.

However, since I like mine simple, I found a cornbread mix from Trader Joe's and I thought let's start with this. It isn't exactly 100% homemade, but it's certainly delicious and made with love. It turned out so good, I had to take pictures. And since I have pictures, why not post about it?

So here you go. A Thanksgiving classic. It's super easy to make, and you'll have it warm and ready for your friends in minutes! I highly recommend this mixture. Obviously if you know me, this is no surprise. Anything Trader Joe's I'll recommend. Bon appetite!


- A non stick pan, or skillet.

- some butter to grease your pan/ skillet

- Trader Joe's cornbread mix

- Olive oil

- Milk

- Egg


1). Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and grease pan.

2). Follow instructions on the box for cornbread mix.

3). Bake for 35-40 minutes.

4). Serve. For extra crispiness, after you bake, you can cut up the cornbread, butter up a pan and fry them a little. So delicious!



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