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Bacon & Cheddar Corn Bread

 This particular day I needed something to add to dinner and I needed it quick.  Luckily I had a box of cornbread mix, added  a few ingredients and it was delicious!! 
Bacon & Cheddar Corn Bread
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
1 box cornbread mix (15 oz.) or your favorite corn bread recipe
Prepare as directed on box.
Add:
1 cup drained, canned corn
1/2 cup bacon, cooked and crumbled
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup diced onion
Mix gently until ingredients are combined.  Pour into a lightly greased 9 x 13 pan. 

Bake for 20-25 minutes or until light golden brown.

Comments

  1. You see that's exactly what I mean. Sometimes you need something fast and good to eat. In such cases such products do exactly that. It looks very tasty.

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  2. Sounds good! I haven't made cornbread in a long time... gotta fix that:@)

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  3. Now that looks wonderful! I looks perfect for this fall weather. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. Oh my word, that must be in my belly and soon!

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  5. I love your new blog layout!!! It is fabulous! I want my blog to look as cool as yours. I bow don't to you!!!!!! The cornbread look yummy,too!

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  6. That's sounds like a cornbread I would inhale in a heartbeat :)

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  7. YUM! Bacon is my favorite food group and if I could eat it everyday, I would, no doubt! This looks so good!

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  8. The thought of this bread is making my mouth water! I grew up on corn bread. My mom made it all the time. Unfortunately, my family doesn't like it as much as I do so I rarely bother with it. They may go for this version with the bacon, corn and cheese, though! Yum!!!

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  9. This looks excellent! Adding bacon and cheese sounds wonderful, thanks!

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  10. I love your new header and I will have to try this corn bread. I am a sucker for starches, and this sounds so comforting and cozy.

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  11. You got me with the cornbread! Have to try this one! Thanks for the recipe!

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  12. Great flavor combo, bacon onion and corn. Thanks this will go great with soup day!

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  13. That almost looks like a meal all in itself. With the addition of bacon, I'd have a hard time sharing any of that yummy cornbread!

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  14. That sounds so absolutely yummy!!!!

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  15. Wow--that sounds really good!

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  16. Looks delicious and also easy!Thanks for sharing!

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