These recipes with Jiffy corn muffin mix are downright cozy!
When you add Jiffy to the mix, the possibilities are endless.
Sweet, savory, meaty, or cheesy, you’ll be surprised how versatile one box of Jiffy can be.
You can use this basic mix to create an array of dishes that transform this humble ingredient into something for everybody.
Casseroles, pancakes, skillets, muffins, and yes, cornbread too!
Quick, easy, and budget-friendly, it’s beloved by many because it’s so easy to customize and so tasty.
These recipes will show you just how nifty a box of Jiffy can be.
As a side dish, meal, or dessert, this cornbread casserole is one of the best things you can do with Jiffy.
The heavenly texture is a cross between souffle and corn pudding.
Pair that with the creamy, buttery sweetness and it’s utterly divine!
No need to go rushing out to the store. Odds are you have all six ingredients in your kitchen right now.
What could be more southern than barbecue, cornbread, and casseroles?!
On the bottom, you get a layer of classic Jiffy cornbread.
Next, you get chicken, onions, and green chilies slathered in barbecue sauce and tomato sauce.
To finish it all off, there’s a layer of two types of melted cheese and a sprinkle of green onions.
We couldn’t talk about Jiffy without mentioning a killer recipe for its intended use.
And these cornbread muffins are my favorite!
The secret to getting fluffy and moist muffins is butter and sour cream.
I especially love serving these hot out of the oven with an extra dab of butter on top.
Tamales are a labor of love. But this recipe is easy as, well, pie!
You start by browning ground beef with black beans, enchilada sauce, and pre-made taco seasoning. Then, prepare the cornbread mixture.
Now, all you have to do is layer it in a casserole dish with sharp cheddar cheese.
You say Jiffy, I say cornbread! More importantly Mexican cornbread.
Turning that classic box of cornbread into a cheesy Mexican treat is so easy.
You just need a few add-ins like jalapenos, green chilies, and cheese.
Oh, and my secret ingredient.
Can you guess what it is? Canned creamed corn!
Barbecue. Chicken. Cornbread. Need I say more?
This lip-smacking combo is sweet, savory, cheesy, and super satiating.
The ingredients are super simple and there’s plenty of room for customization too.
Prefer your tamales with chicken? No problem, make this one instead.
Jiffy takes the place of the masa and chicken and cheddar cheese act as the filling.
Cover it all in enchilada sauce and pile on your favorite toppings.
You get the flavors you crave at a fraction of the work!
With the weekend coming up, I’ve got my mind set on these pancakes.
They’re crispy, fluffy, and taste like cornbread!
The hard part is deciding what to add on top. Should you go with fresh berries and homemade jam?
How about crispy bacon and a fried egg?
When in doubt, stick with butter and maple syrup. It’s a classic duo that never gets old.
With all this savory food talk, I almost forgot about this sweet dessert.
The top is all streusel while the bottom is like cornbread pie crust.
Sandwiched in between is none other than a juicy blueberry filling oozing all over everything.
I’m making mine a la mode. Mmm!
This is not like your grade school cafeteria’s sloppy Joes. Oh no, it’s far better than that.
This is a comforting casserole all dressed up with nostalgia!
It ditches the bun for a cornbread topping while resting underneath is a hearty layer of savory sloppy joes.
I have a very good hunch the family will love this!
These mini dogs are a great party appetizer and afternoon snack for kids.
You mix Jiffy with milk and an egg as usual, then pour it into a muffin tin.
So no surprises there. The twist is you add spices into the batter and put a piece of hot dog into the center of each muffin.
Corn casserole is a classic Thanksgiving side that’s even better with a box of Jiffy.
You can bake it in the oven or throw it in the Crockpot if you’re short on space and time.
Speaking of time, it only takes about 5 minutes of meal prep!
How’s that for a fast and easy Thanksgiving side?
Are you a broccoli and cheese lover? You need this in your life!
Each slice packs in a ton of broccoli and sharp cheddar cheese into fluffy cornbread for a cozy bite.
Eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s great as a side or mid-day snack.
Chili and cornbread go hand-in-hand. So why bother making them separately when you can have them all in one?!
Double down on the meat and toss both pork and beef into the filling.
Add kidney beans while you’re at it to rev up the protein.
Meaty, hearty, and robust, this is some serious comfort food.
Ditch the shell and go all out with cornbread!
I know veering off from your favorite tacos may take some persuasion.
But all it takes is one bite!
The sweet cornbread, savory beef, and cheddar cheese will be more than enough to convince you.
Want to see a magic trick? Make a batch of these and watch them disappear!
These adorable mini corn dogs take just 10 minutes thanks to the Instant Pot.
You can add a side of mustard and ketchup for dipping or keep them mess-free and ditch the sauce.
While you’re serving the first batch, go ahead and get another one going. These go quickly.
17. Cornbread Salad
Did someone say potluck? I have just the right dish.
It’s a Southwestern-style layered salad that puts on quite the show.
There’s a double layer of each ingredient including black beans, corn, tomatoes, feta cheese, and then some.
All that goodness gets a coating of Southwestern dressing.
It wouldn’t be complete, though, without multiple layers of cornbread to soak it all up.
If you have leftover cornbread, this is a great recipe for it, too.
It’s not Thanksgiving without the stuffing. And this one is well worth adding to the spread.
The combo of sweet cornbread and savory Italian sausage with a hint of sage tastes like the holidays.
Plus, you can prepare it the night before. Come Thanksgiving, just pop it in the oven to bake.
It’s easy to get everyone to eat their green veggies when you disguise them in a casserole with Jiffy and pile on the cheese.
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this casserole is great any time of day.
It does take quite a bit of time to bake. So just be sure you plan for it ahead of time.
Hoe cakes, Johnny cakes, cornbread pancakes, whatever you know them as they’re downright scrumptious!
This delicacy will make you feel like you’re having breakfast in the South.
They’re crispy with just the right amount of fluff.
Drown them in syrup, slap on a healthy slab of butter, and go to town.
This dinner is fit for a cowboy indeed!
Hearty and savory is what defines it best.
The robust beef mixture and cheese-covered cornbread topping satisfy a big appetite after a long hard day of work.
So fight off the cold and get a taste of home with a hot slice.
Whether you’re eating on the go or entertaining a crowd, these four-ingredient muffins are the perfect finger food.
Bake them in a mini muffin pan and they’re the perfect nibble of sweet and savory.
There’s no need for a plate here. Although, a napkin might help.
These corn cakes bring me back to my youth. Every time we’d go to the Mexican restaurant, I’d get a double order of these.
Also referred to as tamalitos, they’re like little scoops of heaven that pair really well with spicy and savory food.
And all it takes is just three simple ingredients!
Easy Crockpot sides are a must when it comes to Thanksgiving, especially when it’s a comforting cheesy cornbread dish!
It takes all but 5 minutes to toss everything in the Crockpot. Then, you let it cook for a couple of hours.
While it’s busy doing its thing, you can spend more time on the rest of the holiday feast.
Chicken tenders aren’t just for kids. They’re for adults, too, and this recipe is proof.
Cajun seasoning and cornbread give the tender juicy chicken a toothsome crunch.
It’s a little sweet, a little spicy, and 100 percent mouthwatering.
Plus, these tasty tenders are baked, not fried. So they’re easier to make and healthier too.
Now, all you have to decide on is a veggie side dish to go with it.
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