How to make Jiffy Corn Bread BetteršŸŒ½šŸž

Everyone loves cornbread, from Southerners to people all around the world, for its golden crust and delicate texture. Jiffy Cornbread Mix is a godsend when speed is of the essence, but come on, it may be dry and crumbly at times.Ā 

Ā Have no fear! Your plain old Jiffy cornbread can become a rich and fluffy treat that will rival grandma's secret recipe with only a few easy adjustments.

Although milk and eggs are the only ingredients in the original Jiffy Cornbread recipe, a little amount of melted butter or vegetable oil is a must. The use of oil keeps the cornbread from drying out and keeps it from crumbling.Ā 

Ā A tablespoon or so ought to be plenty. Melted butter is a better alternative if you're looking for a butterier taste.

Adding sour cream to cornbread can elevate it to a whole new level. Without significantly changing the taste, it makes it creamier and richer. Sour cream, measured in a cup, should be mixed with two boxes of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix.Ā 

Yeah, you heard it correctly! If you're making cornbread, try adding some mayonnaise. The eggs and oil in mayonnaise give it a creamy texture and a mild taste. When making Jiffy Corn Muffins, use half a cup of mayonnaise for one box.

Thick, creamy Greek-style yogurt adds moisture and a hint of sweetness. You have two options for sour cream: plain Greek yogurt or honey-flavored yogurt. Your cornbread, in any case, will be hearty, luscious, and absolutely mouthwatering.

You may have two boxes of Jiffy instead of just one. Not only does doubling the recipe make more cornbread, but it also makes it softer. Two boxes of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix will provide an ample amountā€”or notā€”we won't tell.

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