Our Sunday school class often has “community dinners,” which just means that the class pairs off into groups of about 3-4 couples, and they schedule a time later that month to get together for dinner.  It’s a great way to get to know people in the class a bit better.  Anyway, we’re having our dinner (well, ours is a brunch) this Sunday, and I’m bringing a bread/muffin dish.  The main course will be a veggie frittata, so cornbread seemed to go perfectly w/that in my head.  (We’ll see!)

I found  a recipe for cornbread on the blog, This Week for Dinner– I read this blog a lot, but have never used one of her recipes before.  Anyway, here’s the link to her cornbread recipe.

It didn’t sound too complicated, which seemed perfect!

Here’s the dry ingredients bowl- one of these days I’ll get  a new camera, and then pictures will actually look like the object in front of me!  I mean, these were clearly yellow but somehow w/my camera, the mix looks like a pale plain flour.  Ugh, whatever!

And, the wet ingredients- also looked more yellow in person!

Now, combine the two:

Then, the whole thing gets poured (well, scooped) into a greased baking dish, and it’s off to the oven (at 400-degrees) for about 20-25 minutes.


All done!

Just took it out of the oven, and it looks great!

Because I’ve never used this recipe before, I wanted to taste-test it before taking it out- just took a teeny scoop from one of the edges and…sooooo good!  Wow, I’m definitely going to use this again!