Gluten Free Holiday Corn Bread Recipe

Gluten Free Holiday Corn Bread RecipeMy grandmother is 67 years old and last year she started to have severe stomach issues. After many tests, my grandmother’s doctor insisted that she go onto a gluten-free diet. Since that time, we’ve been incorporating a lot of gluten free meals into all of our daily diets. When I’m looking for recipes, I always turn to the internet and today, we’re sharing a great recipe with all of you, just in-time for the holidays.

This guest post recipe is courtesy of Blends by Orly. You can visit their website for information about their products and to print off additional recipes at your leisure. This recipe makes 10 servings.

Gluten Free Holiday Corn Bread Recipe

1 ¼ cups Blends by Orly Sydney Blend
¾ cups corn meal
¼ cup sugar
2 tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
1 cup milk
¼ cup vegetable or canola oil
1 egg, beaten

1. Heat: Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F. Grease an 8 or 9” round or square pan.

2. Mix: Combine Sydney Blend, corn meal, sugar, baking powder and salt in a bowl and mix together to combine. Stir in milk, oil and beaten egg until all ingredients are evenly incorporated and batter is thick.

3. Bake: Transfer the batter into your prepared pan. Bake the corn bread for 20 minutes, or until light golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Best eaten warm with honey.

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Comments

  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I love corn bread . Is the Sydney Blend mainly rice flour? I would like to try this recipe.

  2. Looks so delicious! I love corn bread

  3. Tamra Phelps says:

    I haven’t really tried a lot of gluten-free recipes, but it is surprising how many people have trouble with gluten. It must be a really difficult thing to deal with because so many foods have gluten in them!

  4. We like to have cornbread when we make soup. I’ve never tried a gluten free version, but it sounds good!

  5. We love to eat corn bread! I’d love to try this recipe and see how it compares to what we currently make.

  6. I usually avoid corn products since it’s hard to find non-GMO corn items. I see Orly is in the process of going non-GMO, if they haven’t already. That’s important for anyone who has gut issues like gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. They have some interesting blends and other yummy recipes on their site though.

  7. I adore corn bread and I had forgotten that of course it is gluten free!