9 Jiffy Cornbread Recipes You'll Love
If you love Jiffy cornbread, you'll want to keep these recipes in your recipe box. They're great for holidays, potlucks and more!
Sure, you could turn that box of Jiffy into a simple pan of cornbread, but why not make it into something even more delicious? With this collection of 9 Jiffy Cornbread Recipes, You'll Love, you can transform a simple box of Jiffy into easy casserole recipes, cornbread pudding, and much more!
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Instead of topping a chicken pot pie with a typical pie crust, use a cornbread crust instead for an added touch of sweetness. Or, next time you make a ground beef casserole, turn it into a Jiffy cornbread recipe by adding a layer of the sweet bread on top.
These cornbread recipes are perfect weeknight dinner solutions because they're cheap, quick, and super easy! Whether you're looking to make a classic corn casserole or try a new all-in-one dinner idea, we've got you covered. The whole family will love these recipes, and you'll love making them.
9 Jiffy Cornbread Recipes You'll Love
Making old-fashioned recipes and regional favorites like this Southern corn pudding recipe is a charming way to remember old memories while making new ones over the holidays.
You'll think back to simpler times when you serve this rich, cornbread-topped old-fashioned chicken pot pie recipe to your family. Cheesy and delicious, it's perfect for a quick and easy weeknight meal.
This simple side dish makes the perfect addition to any meal. All you have to do is mix together the ingredients for this 4-Minute Corn Pudding and then let it cook. It's the best of cornbread muffins and corn casserole in one baking dish. Enjoy this easy casserole dish during the fall months!
One of the best dishes you can make for dinner is pork chops. Cornbread Stuffed Pork Chops aren't just your typical pork chops, though. This is an amazing stuffed pork chops recipe, filled with delicious flavors and ingredients.
With this easy casserole recipe, you can get corn dog flavor without the fryer! Easy Baked Corn Dog Casserole is a classic state fair-inspired recipe that's super easy to make with much less of a mess than frying.
Jiffy Cornbread Casserole is a corn lover's dream come true. This cornbread casserole recipe is so moist, full of flavor, and slightly sweet, that in addition to being one of the most popular side dishes around, it is sometimes served as dessert with a bit of honey.
This cheesy, kicked-up beef and corn casserole is topped with cornbread to make a hearty dish that the whole family will enjoy! It's time to make dinner a fiesta tonight. Made in minutes, this zesty dish is perfect for a busy weeknight meal.
If you've ever had Boston Market's cornbread, you probably loved its sweet taste and consistency. This copycat recipe for Just Like Boston Market Cornbread is a simple cornbread recipe that tastes amazingly similar to the restaurant's version.
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Fun Fact: Where did Jiffy Mix get its name?
If you've ever thought that Jiffy Mix was perfectly named (because it is ready in a jiffy), then you are on the right track!
Mabel White Holmes got the idea for a baking mix that could help struggling home cooks in 1930, when her twin sons invited over a couple of friends. Their lunch boxes, to Mabel's dismay, contained biscuits that looked crumbly and tasteless.
Mabel's family had been in the flour milling business for seven generations, and so she was in a unique position to help. As they developed their line of pre-measured baking mixes, she struggled to find the perfect name. Then she remembered the cook who worked in her childhood home. The cook would announce dinner by warning that the biscuits would be ready, "in a jiffy!" The name was a hit with Mabel's husband and family. And the rest is history!
Learn more about the origins of Jiffy Baking Mix here.