Dutch Oven Best Corn Bread

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Cornbread cooked in the Dutch Oven
his delicious cornbread is so tender, moist and flavorful too

This tender, moist and hearty corn bread is so good.

And made all the more tasty with the smokey taste from the dutch oven cooking! 

It is satisfying and fills those hungry tummy’s.  

What a great accompaniment to the Dorito Enchilada Casserole, canned stew or chili if you want a bit of homemade with a hurry up and no-fuss meal.

Super easy, I’ll walk you through it!

 

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I have a GREAT 2-page Dutch Oven cheat sheet HERE to help you follow along

 

Dutch Oven Hearty Corn Bread

10″ dutch oven

Ingredients:

1/2 cup butter (1 stick), melted

2 eggs, beaten 1 cup buttermilk

1/2 cup milk

1 cup granulated sugar

1 cup cornmeal

1  1/2 cups all-purpose flour

2 tsp. baking powder

1/2 tsp. salt

Instructions:

Click HERE for a tutorial and instructions on how to start the charcoal and be prepared BEFORE beginning this recipe since it comes together so quickly; as well as other useful dutch oven information.

Lightly oil or coat with nonstick cooking spray a 12″ dutch oven.Ducth Oven 1

Cover it completely with oil

Dutch Oven 2In a large bowl mix together the melted butter, well beaten eggs and milk.

In a separate bowl, mix together the sugar, cornmeal, flour, baking powder and salt.Corn Bread 2Pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients bowl, in about three sections, until well blended.Corn Bread 3Spoon cornbread mixture into the prepared dutch oven and spread evenly.Corn Bread 4Cover the dutch oven with the lid.Corn Bread 5


 

Place the dutch oven on a prepared area as directed in the instructions HERE  

Using 10 coals underneath.

Charcoal 2And 15-16 lit briquettes on the top; making sure the tips are white and prepared.Charcoal 3Bake for 20-25 minutes, checking periodically, baking until the cornbread turns golden brown and the center is cooked through.

***Remember to add new coals if needed during the process as directed in the basic tutorial HERECorn Bread 6Serve warm with butter, honey or honey butter.

Adapted from papadutch.home.

Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2015

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6 Comments
  1. Janine Huldie says

    I still love corn bread after all these years and this is one that my grandmother actually taught me how to make when I was younger. So, I will never forget preparing corn bread here with here years back and just the thought of it makes me happy to have such great memories with her. So, would love to try your version now, too Carrie 😉

    1. Carrie Groneman says

      Isn’t it remarkable the memories that food brings and the bond of cooking together breaches the generations! What a wonderful grandmother,a d I’m sure you will pass that on to your girls. Thank you for sharing with us.

  2. Diane Roark says

    Carrie,

    I flip over cornbread. I normally make mine in my cast iron skillet that my husband’s grandma left me. It is over 100 years old. I have made all sorts of cornbread and the problems is I eat most of it before it hits the table. Seriously, I could eat the entire skillet full. I have never made it in my dutch oven inside or outside. You make it look so easy. One day, I am going to have to try it.
    Many blessings,
    Diane

    1. Carrie Groneman says

      What a treasure to have Diane, and how special that you were given the 100 year old skillet! I too love cornbread; we should get together to share a batch!

  3. Diane Weeks says

    Mmmmm…love cornbread! Recipe look yummy and great tutorial! Have a wonderful long weekend! Diane

    1. Carrie Groneman says

      You too Diane and hope you get a chance to try this corn bread.

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