Have you ever experienced dry and crumbly corn bread? Unfortunately, it’s a common occurrence. You pick up the freshly cut piece of cornbread, and as you attempt to cut it in half to spread it with butter, it falls into pieces. This recipe guarantees a moist and delicious pan of corn bread through the addition of a can of creamed style corn. This recipe lives up to its name–Moist and Delicious, but one of the best things about this recipe is that it begins with two boxes of cornbread mix.
I’m always looking for short cuts in my kitchen that don’t sacrifice taste. This recipe is adapted from a recipe that I found over at CountryCook.net, and it definitely fits the bill. Brandie, the recipe author, is a genius. Making biscuits in the morning can be time consuming and labor intensive, but this recipe goes together quickly, and you can finish getting dressed and round up the kids for breakfast while it bakes. Of course, biscuits aren’t just for breakfast. This would also go well as a side for a hearty stew, or as an accompaniment to any of Brandie’s […]
So far this week, I have posted two recipes for finger sandwiches that would be great for a Mother’s Day tea party. Today, I am going to share a recipe for scones. Scones are a traditional tea time treat. These scones are sweet and delicious, and I love the combination of orange and cranberry. They are also very easy to make. In my recipe, I used dried cranberries. If you are looking for a recipe made with fresh cranberries, check out this recipe at Sally’s Baking addiction. I chose to use dried cranberries because they are available in my […]