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Spoon Bread Recipe
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Does anyone have a recipe for spoon bread? It is like a sweet moist

cornbread.....there used to be this place called Annie's Santa Fe in

Topeka, Kansas that made the BEST spoonbread. I have been craving it.

I would like a recipe that is yummy so that I can make some. Thanks

for the help!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I've never had a sweet spoonbread. Traditional spoonbread does not contain wheat. Here's a recipe I got by googling. There are thousands of recipes online.

Add sugar to taste.

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I was looking for a recipe that someone has tried and loved........I know there are tons online...I want one that is tried and true :)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Is that similar to the Chi-Chi's corn cake? Does anyone know if their pouch mix is gluten-free? It's made by Hormel since Chi-Chi's went under, and it doesn't list any wheat ingredients. It's the only cornbread mix my local grocer has that doesn't list wheat. I've been wanting to try it, but wasn't sure.

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I've always just grabbed a cookbook off my shelf when I wanted to make it. It's pretty basic stuff.

It's probably not like any "corn cake", true spoon bread is like a corn pudding. It's called "spoon bread" because you dish it up with a spoon, rather than cutting it with a knife.

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http://www.recipezaar.com/35746

I have made that one, basically, but I tweaked it here and there to my taste. I used it as my basis.

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I used to use the Chi-Chi's mix in my corn pudding. Haven't made it since going gluten-free. My son's been begging for it, though. "Cake" is what they called it on their menus. I think that sold better than "pudding". But it was always served with a scooper and eaten with silverware. You couldn't really pick it up. Now I'm salivating! I miss Chi-Chi's!!

Here's my recipe:

Mix

1 can cream corn

1 can regular corn

8 oz. sour cream

1 pouch Chi-Chi's corn cake OR 1 box corn muffin mix

Bake 350 until brown on top, hot in middle. Around 40 minutes.

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I used to use the Chi-Chi's mix in my corn pudding. Haven't made it since going gluten-free. My son's been begging for it, though. "Cake" is what they called it on their menus. I think that sold better than "pudding". But it was always served with a scooper and eaten with silverware. You couldn't really pick it up. Now I'm salivating! I miss Chi-Chi's!!

Here's my recipe:

Mix

1 can cream corn

1 can regular corn

8 oz. sour cream

1 pouch Chi-Chi's corn cake OR 1 box corn muffin mix

Bake 350 until brown on top, hot in middle. Around 40 minutes.

Be careful to buy gluten-free corn muffin mix. All standard corn muffin mixes contain wheat flour.

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Is that similar to the Chi-Chi's corn cake? Does anyone know if their pouch mix is gluten-free? It's made by Hormel since Chi-Chi's went under, and it doesn't list any wheat ingredients. It's the only cornbread mix my local grocer has that doesn't list wheat. I've been wanting to try it, but wasn't sure.

The Chi-Chi's corn cake mix is gluten free according to the hormel gluten free list. So Enjoy!

http://www.hormel.com/faq/faqList.asp?catitemid=41

Here's my recipe:

Mix

1 can cream corn

1 can regular corn

8 oz. sour cream

1 pouch Chi-Chi's corn cake OR 1 box corn muffin mix

Bake 350 until brown on top, hot in middle. Around 40 minutes.

I make a recipe just like this, however don't use the box corn mixes anymore. I just make my own cornbread and throw in the corn and sour cream. However, this isn't the same as the recipe I am searching for....but it IS a good recipe :)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Hooray! I'm going to make some tomorrow. My son will be so excited. He's 5 and he loves to cook with me. The corn pudding is his favorite thing we make. I'm going to try the apple muffin recipe someone posted last week too. Mmmmmm...

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