A few years in the past, I lived in a townhouse neighborhood. Every time it snowed, all of the residents in my little nook of the world would come out with their shovels and clear sidewalks, automobiles, parking areas, and even the road itself. Those that had been unable to shovel, both due to current sickness or present being pregnant, stayed inside and made muffins, serving them to the shovelers with espresso and sizzling chocolate.
I made this recipe in the course of the first snowstorm of the yr and it jogged my memory of these days. Sizzling, with an ideal muffin top-like crust, and served with espresso, it nearly made me glad to be out with my snow shovel. Virtually. I’m forty years older now and perceive the attraction of Florida within the winter.
The one downside to this cornbread was that it was barely too candy for me. Merely a matter of style and I do know the sugar contributes to the crusty edges, however the subsequent time I make it I could mess around with the sugary substances. Aside from that, it’s a profitable snowy day dish.
I used a 12-inch sq. baking pan and bought about 36 slices. Shoveling may give one a little bit of an urge for food.