Easy Cornbread {Dairy-Free & Egg-Free}


Original Post 10-09


I know it may not seem like it but making cornbread from scratch, with no milk or eggs is actually quite simple. 

I use this cornbread recipe on Food.com, and there is no need for an egg substitute because it doesn't call for eggs. 

For the milk, just use your favorite dairy-free milk.

Top with honey, Earth Balance buttery spread, your favorite jam, or whatever else strikes your fancy.

We eat this cornbread with homemade Chili.



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3 comments:

Crystal said...

We make corn cakes that are dairy free. All I do is mix self rising corn meal, seasonings (a little salt, pepper and garlic powder) with water. I don't really use measurements. I just make the to the consistancy of pancake batter. Then heat a frying pan with enough oil to cover the bottom. When pan is hot pour in large spoon fulls of batter. Flip after bottom is slightly browned. Drain on paper towels. You can even add a little sugar instead of salt and pepper and serve with syrup or honey, kind of like hoe cakes. My oldest loves them. He calls them corn bread cookies!

Baby Hancock said...

Ran across your website doing a search for rice dream coupons...my son has milk and egg allergies...I use Jiffy cornbread mix and use Ener-G egg replacer (a little extra) and rice milk. It's a tad sweet and perfectly crunchy when you make it as mini-muffins.

Emily Jo said...

I doubled the recipe and had a vinegar + baking soda science experiment all over my oven. It was pretty funny. :)I'll pay more attention to my measurements next time.