Momma’s Cornbread Recipe… in a Jiffy!

Better late than never, right?! I know I promised to share my Mom’s epic cornbread recipe when so many asked for it back around Christmas time. This recipe is crazy easy and oh so yummy. It’s particularly delicious because it’s a more moist cornbread than traditional ones. (Sorry to all the word-“moist”-cringers). Anyways, we are still in the thick of winter, so comfort food dishes are still oh so very necessary.


  • 1 box Jiffy Corn bread mix
  • 1 egg
  • 1 can of Del Monte cream corn (or name-brand of choosing- just not generic because it does not have as much corn in it usually)


  • Preheat oven to 400 F
  • Grease a loaf pan
  •  Combine all ingredients in a bowl
  • Transfer to loaf pan
  • Bake 20 mins. May take longer to bake- wait until slightly golden brown

There ya have it ! Easy peasy. Enjoy!

xo <3


74 thoughts on “Momma’s Cornbread Recipe… in a Jiffy!

  1. Yummm! I love how quick and easy this recipe is! I’m going to the grocery store today so I’m totally picking up the corn bread mix and creamed corn so I can try this!

    1. Yayyyyy! Awe this makes me sooo happy- I will screenshot this and send it to my mom- she’ll be so excited, haha. Enjoy!

    1. it’s soo yummy, right?! Ultimate comfort foood! Thanks for stopping in, Kathy- hope you have the most wonderful weekend 🙂

    1. I just asked her if she accidentally left those out! I literally just shared what she told me but I’ll let you know. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

      1. AWW! <3 We love you! ( So she said the creamed corn replaces the butter and sour cream!). Thinking about Christmas time makes me so nostalgic for Disney too- miss you guys!

  2. I’ll be honest, I’m not a big cornbread person. Something about the texture. Having an easy recipe one hand will be so helpful for any future entertaining needs though. Totally bookmarking this!

    Also I see you changed your logo. So cute!!

    1. Totally get that! It can usually be a bit dry or grainy- I enjoy this because it’s more moist and not as gritty!

      Ahhhh thank you soo much 🙂 It was time after three years haha.

      1. Maybe!! But totally get the texture aversion. Hope your weekend is ending on a great note with zero Sunday scaries!

    1. Never cornbread?!?! Girl, I’m gonna fly to you so we can make our rounds of sushi & cornbread- k? Lol!! Thanks for stopping in & have such a beautiful weekend!

  3. Hey! I just gotta try this together with my chili recipe. My husband loves cornbread, but I never make it. But this seems so easy so I have to try it soon! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Oohhhh yesss cornbread & chili is the ultimate combo made in heaven. Hope you enjoy 🙂 Let me know if you give it a go how you like it, Jenn! Thanks for stopping in!

  4. CORNBREAD is my FAVORITE food!!!!!!!!! hahahah making this ASAP.

    ….I get a little carried away with using all caps. But it’s because my love for cornbread runs deep!

    1. YAASS. We are so similar haha. Also, I love that you use caps, because I feel like I go overboard with my caps and makes me feel better when others use them too hahah. Hope you enjoy this recipe 🙂

  5. Matt & his dad made Jiffy cornbread a lot when I first met him, so this feels nostalgic! I’ll have to find a good gf mix to use, but I can’t wait to make it. Also, I adore your header! So chic, classy, & pretty. I loved the floral too! Your site is just super pretty & eye-catching. 🖤 Have a great Saturday!

    1. Awwww I love that!!!! <3

      Oh my goodnessssss, thank youuu tons for saying that! I really value your opinion- It was time to change things up a bit after three years!! Happy Sunday- I hope that this weekend has been wonderful & restful- can't wait to see what you've been up to :)!

  6. My Mom made the same thing! We always had a box of Jiffy in the house — for breakfast muffins, for a snack, for dinner. Thanks for reminding me of this. I’m going shopping tonight: Jiffy and a can of Niblets are on my list. 🙂

    1. Aw thanks for sharing, Franny!! This just made me smile— Enjoy that Jiffy 🙂 Thanks for stopping by & have a great rest of your day!

    1. Aww yesss real homemade cornbread from the south… now there is nothing like that!! Thanks for sharing, Ju Lyn : )

  7. Yeeeees! The long-awaited cornbread post! It’s seriously one of my fave foods and I have a box of cornbread mix in the pantry… looks like I just need to pick up some cream corn and I’ll be in cornbread heaven 😉

    1. Yay I am so glad you are excited about this recipe 🙂 It’ll be something you can do in your sleep with all the complicated baking you do 😉 Have a great rest of your week, Allie!

  8. mmmm… I love cornbread! I haven’t tried it that way. I have a hilarious story of making cornbread from scratch when my kids were little. I used baking soda instead of baking powder, not once…but twice. That first bite was so awful!!! lol. Now I am always deliberate when it comes to that part of the recipe, checking to make sure I have the right item! 🙂

    1. It’s really hard to beat cornbread- especially when discussing comfort foods 🙂

      That’s too funny!!! It’s so easy to get the two mixed up- I don’t get it! I never really (and still do not really) understand the difference in their functions. Hopefully you have the recipe down pat by now 😉 Thanks for sharing & the giggle- Amy!

  9. What a wonderful recipe, anything that can be thrown together in a jiffy like this is such a great recipe to have at hand for those last minute dinnertimes 🥰

    1. Yay, I’m glad you like the recipe! I totally agree- so important for those last minute recipes that taste great (especially when I’m hangry- cause that’s never a pretty sight lol!). Thanks for stopping in!

  10. I feel like I’ve like cornbread but could never find a good one. The boxed one kind of sucks, and there’s a honey cornbread that comes close lol. This one is definitely super easy!

    1. Ohh a honey cornbread sounds soo yummy!! The other type of cornbread I love is a jalapeno cornbread! mmm mm!

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