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Spinach Corn Bread

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Ingredients:

10 oz. package frozen chopped spinach
¼ cup butter
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup flour - sifted
1 tablespoon baking power
½ tsp. sugar
½ tsp. salt
1 egg
1 cup sour milk or buttermilk (for sour milk add 1 tsp. vinegar to the milk and let it sit for 5-10 minutes until it curdles a bit)

Preheat Oven 350 degrees:

Place frozen spinach in a pan and defrost on low heat.  When spinach is fully thawed; place in a colander and squeeze the spinach to strain all of the excess water from.

Melt butter.  Turn off heat and let cool while preparing the rest of the ingredients.

Place flour, cornmeal baking powder, sugar, and salt into mixing bowl and combine. 

Add the melted butter, egg, spinach and milk or sour milk and mix.

Butter a baking 9 x 9 baking pan.  Place batter in the pan.

Bake 25 – 30 minutes or until toothpick test in center comes out clean.

This is a nice twist on traditional cornbread.

Enjoy with Love and Blessings,

Catherine
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40 comments:

  1. I've not heard of spinach cornbread before. Very interesting.

    Have a terrific day Catherine. :)

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  2. This really sounds interesting but I will use fresh Spinach from my garden. Thanks for this one Take care Diane

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  3. Hi Catherine, this look healthy and delicious. Something new to me as I have not come across this bread.

    Thank you for sharing the recipe.
    God bless and have a nice week ahead.

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  4. Catherine, This is a new one for me! Spinach in corn bread... Different... I like both so why not combined? Thanks for the recipe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  5. Hi Catherine,

    Fabulous diplay and two of my favorites too... YUM!

    Cornbread and spinach are a wonderful combination. I'll be trying this with fresh spinach over the weekend.

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  6. I never would have thought to put spinach in corn bread. What a great idea!

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  7. I love anything with spinach... in fact i have a bag of spinach in my fridge and i've been thinking of making spinach pesto. But this spinack corn cread speaks to me. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Malou

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  8. Catherine, guapa, adoro las espinacas así que este plato que has preparado hoy me resulta de lo más tentador. Besos querida amiga.

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  9. Un plato sano y rico, me encanta besos

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  10. Interesting idea. Down here, the most common thing tossed in cornbread is jalapenos. I think using this recipe, and adding in some jalapenos would be delicious. I might just have to cook up a pot of chili just for an excuse to try the cornbread.

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  11. Being from Oklahoma, I'm usually a purist when it comes to my corn bread but this looks FABULOUS! Definitely bookmarking this one :)

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  12. Looks good to me - but my kids would not eat that! I just made 36 muffins of cornbread for Andy's school on Friday - they are reacting the Civil War. What is the best way to store them til Friday?

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  13. I love love corn bread and spinach too. Can't wait to try this. Thanks,Catherine!

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  14. I love the added veggie infusion in this cornbread!

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  15. I would never have thought of adding spinach to corn bread - it looks wonderful.

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  16. I love this, reminds me of an old one, soul food version made with collard greens and lots of bacon fat!!!
    you know I love any type of cornbread, so this one is on my radar for cooking.... best wishes for a happy week

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  17. Che pane gustoso,con gli spinaci non l'avevo mai provato, mi segno la ricetta! Brava Catherine, prepari sempre ricette deliziose!Ciao

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  18. What a unique cornbread recipe Catherine! I love this with spinach in it! xoxo

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  19. I love the idea of adding spinach on the corn bread...especially that I always have lots of spinach (Thanks for Costco).
    Thanks for the recipe Catherine and hope you are having a wonderful week :)

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  20. I have never heard of this, looks delicious, I'll have to try it some time,
    Hope all is well,
    Janet :)

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  21. I never tried making anything with cornmeal.. but thos bread looks so nice!

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  22. I love the addition of spinach my friend, so creative :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  23. I'm not well acquainted with cornmeal, it's not sold wide spread round here, but this looks so creative.

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  24. I love anything made with corn as I come from a region where corn is everywhere! Wonderful corn bread you made!

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  25. Really yummy! I love putting veggies in everything I can and you've had a great idea in this recipe :) Will be making soon!

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  26. Really fine use of spinach, goes great in the cornbread.
    Thank You.

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  27. Spinach on the corn bread?? Its different but looks very great!Kisses

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  28. What a terrific way to get your greens in for the day!

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  29. Sounds interesting...and simple to make and I am a huge spinach lover so I think I will give this a try.

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  30. How is delicious this recipe?
    Yummy, i love spinach!
    Thank you for the recipe.
    Have a great day,
    Incoronata.

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  31. I have never made cornbread and this one loooks and sounds wonderful...if it has spinach, I know we will love it.
    Rita

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  32. I have never made cornbread and this one loooks and sounds wonderful...if it has spinach, I know we will love it.
    Rita

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  33. What a lovely idea for using up my spinach

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  34. I have never actually tried cornbread before. This looks great!!

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  35. Wow, that looks gorgeous. I would definitely take this

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  36. Sweet! I would of never thought of making cornbread with spinach- I can do this! It makes the cornbread healthier too.

    Happy New Year!

    Velva

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  37. Love the color combination and how you plate this recipe. Great job!

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  38. Hello. I'm your new follower. Glad to be here on your lovely blog.
    Spinach and corn meal bread is something really new for me. But after going through the recipe it seems easy to make..

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