These ideas for using up leftover cornbread can breathe fresh life into your cornbread from the previous day. Cornbread is a versatile ingredient that may be used in a variety of dishes, including French toast, pudding, and crab cakes.
Because of this, I’ve compiled a list of 22 amazing cornbread recipes that use leftovers to help you get creative with this basic side dish while you’re cooking at home.
Reheating this bake not only makes it taste even better, but it also helps cut down on the amount of time you need to spend cooking in the morning. If you want to get an early start on this recipe, we suggest cooking the casserole a day or two in advance, allowing it to cool, and then putting it in the refrigerator. When you are ready to serve it, let it to come to room temperature for approximately an hour before reheating it.
Cornbread bread pudding is one of my favorite desserts. Cornbread is one of my favorite things. Cornbread is a favorite of the manservant. There is no cause for concern in the globe. You are aware of it, correct? Except even when one has cornbread left over from the previous day, which occurs very frequently when there are only two people living in the house.
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Do you enjoy rising early so that you may prepare a delicious breakfast? No? Then you should definitely try out this recipe. The preparation for this cornbread dish couldn’t be simpler. Not only does it take a very short amount of time to prepare (less than ten minutes), but it is also really tasty. This delicious cornbread dish uses up the leftovers by combining sweet and salty flavors.
The combination of chicken and cornbread in a casserole is one of those meals that shouts “comfort food”! When I take a bite of it, I’m immediately taken back to my grandmother’s cooking room.
Fritters made with cornbread and dressing. After the Thanksgiving feast is finished, there is typically some Dressing left over, and this is true even for the finest cooks.
At the time, I was hesitant to try the cornbread salad that I saw for the first time at a church supper. After gaining some experience and maturity, I can confidently recommend that you give this a shot.
Making these cornbread croutons just requires three ingredients and a little under a quarter of an hour of your time. Learn how to create cornbread croutons, one of my favorite ways to put leftover cornmeal to good use, by watching the video and following the step-by-step directions provided below.
Cornbread pudding made in a skillet, topped with a caramel and pecan topping. Excellent for cornbread that has been left over!
Add some sweetness to your cornbread by mixing in some caramelized onions. This cornbread has a touch of sweetness, and the caramelization of the onions adds a taste that complements it well. This is a dish that can be made whenever you like because it is so simple.
The recipe for Leftover Chili and Cornbread has just been updated. Your leftover cornbread and chili (or stew) can be transformed into a substantial meal that is worthy of having guests over with the help of our easy-to-make Chili & Cornbread Breakfast Casserole.
This recipe for heirloom tomato panzanella asks for cornbread that is one day old. If you did not have the opportunity to cook cornbread the day before, you may speed up the process by using store-bought cornbread instead.
This recipe for buttermilk cornbread was taken from the book Victuals. It’s a straightforward take on the age-old mountain custom of drinking buttermilk while eating crumbled cornbread from a tall glass.
Crab cakes can be prepared in a variety of ways, including by sautéing, grilling, or deep-frying the patties. Cooking these delectable fish cakes in the oven is, however, my preferred method.
This Cornbread and Sausage Quiche is a scrumptious and novel way to eat traditional Southern cornbread for a festive breakfast or brunch. The quiche is filled with sausage.
The next morning’s meal of Fried Cornbread and Eggs is an excellent way to utilize any leftover or extra cornbread from the previous day. You may easily add any kind of breakfast meat you like most, along with peppers or spicy sauce for extra spice.
Are you ready for a tasty approach to add variety to the practice of utilizing leftovers? This sweet and delicious cornbread pudding with bacon is a simple recipe that works well as either a main course or a side dish.
Make excellent use of the leftover cornmeal in your kitchen! When I lived in the South, one of my neighbors told me. UPDATE (4/11/08): Change from original posting: I’ve usually had to cook this for approximately an hour, but I figured it was just me, so when I first posted this, I left the cooking time at 3/4 of an hour, which is how I obtained the recipe. UPDATE: Change from original posting:
This cornbread pudding with cheddar and jalapenos is the easiest and most delicious comfort food side dish. This savory bread pudding is a delightful side dish that can be cooked for the holidays or as a weeknight dinner and uses homemade cornbread or cornbread that has been leftover.
This traditional old-fashioned cornbread dressing recipe from the South is a time-honored dish that has earned its place at the center of every Thanksgiving table. It is prepared with white bread, cornbread baked from scratch, celery, onions, and a variety of fresh herbs. Cornbread stuffing will never appear to you in the same light again after this.
Cornbread is not foreign to me at all! Corn sticks have been provided at the family restaurant I’ve been going to my whole childhood, and they still serve them today. The aroma of cornbread baking transports me to another time and place; I can almost see Mr. and Mrs. Doescher, the proprietors of the bakery, pouring the thick batter into the old cast iron baking molds.