How To Make Waffle Iron Corn Bread

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There is no big secret involved, simply use your waffle iron to make your cornbread rather than bake it in the oven.

Have you tasted the goodness that is Waffle Iron Corn Bread?

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Why make Cornbread in the waffle maker

  • You get that thin, crispy cornbread that we all love so much
  • It is ready in minutes
  • Less oil for cooking, just spray the waffle iron
  • No crumbs falling all over the place
  • It is fun to eat!

My waffle iron doesn’t get much use so I was looking for something else I could use it for. I also make these sandwiches in my waffle maker.

How to make cornbread in the waffle maker

Step 1

Make cornbread batter from scratch using this recipe or make this Jiffy Corn Muffin mix batter.

Step 2

Preheat your waffle iron. Spray the cooking surface with non-stick spray. Pour a small amount of batter into the waffle iron and close the lid.

Most waffle irons have a light that comes on when the waffle is done. Watch for that. Lift the cornbread waffle out and set it on a plate.

Spray the waffle iron again and make the next one. Continue until you are finished.

Making cornbread in the waffle maker is super easy and you are going to love the flavor of the bread.

This Waffle Maker is perfect for making small waffles for breakfast or waffle iron cornbread and even for grilling sandwiches.

Homemade Vegetable Meat Soup Served with Waffle Iron Corn Bread. Find these and more recipes at www.intelligentdomestications.com

Make delicious cornbread in your waffle maker and serve it with soups, stews, and any meal you enjoy cornbread with.

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Updated 2/1/23

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  1. This came out so good. What a fun way to make cornbread to go with soup in the winter to add a little fun to the meal. Nice to know I can use my waffle iron for more than waffles.

  2. Dang! I hate I donated my waffle iron one day when I was on a spring cleaning spree! 🙂 My husband would love this because he doesn’t like thick cornbread. I usually make him hoecakes on top of the stove, but this looks amazing!

    1. Alli, my waffle iron isn’t used twice a year. We like thin cornbread too. The cornbread has a nice flavor cooked in the waffle iron, don’t know why but it does! It’s really tasty!

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