Corn Spoon Bread Recipe

I love this corn spoon bread recipe!

When making any corn dish I strongly recommend that you buy organic corn. Corn, especially yellow corn is one of the most often genetically modified foods so your best option is to always go with the organic.

Cheddar Corn Spoon Bread Recipe

Called spoon bread for a reason, this corn spoon bread recipe is sort of a cross between bread and custard.
corn spoon bread recipe

1 ½ cup milk
1/3 cup organic cornmeal
½ teaspoon salt
½ (15 oz) can organic corn – drain and rinse
2 Tbs onion diced
1 Tbs pepper (med heat) diced
¼ – ½ cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1 tsp chopped fresh parsley or chives
pinch dry thyme powder
2 eggs


  1. Heat milk and add cornmeal and salt. Cook till thick. Cool slightly.
  2. Combine and stir all other ingredients in a bowl then add the cornmeal mixture mix till smooth.
  3. Bake for in a 8″ diameter round casserole or similarly (sized pan) for 25 to 30 minutes at 400°F. The center should be just set and the edges begin to brown.

This gluten free spoon bread is simple to make and can be mixed up a day ahead then baked a day later.

Don’t hesitated to double the recipe if you have a crowd and be creative with the ingredients!

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    Gluten Free Bread For Toasting

    Gluten free bread good enough to make toast is tough to find!

    I decided to create a bread for those who avoid gluten that is both tasty and easy!

    Gluten Free Bread RecipeThis one did not come out so well but it still tastes great! It looked exactly like this when it came out of the bread maker!

    This one is made with all brown rice flour otherwise it was the same recipe as below.

    I think that the torn look is due to the fact that I put the water in the bread machine first.

    All the bread recipes that I looked at online prior to creating my own indicated that you should put the water in first.

    I decided it must be a gluten free thing…. so I did it and the bread above is the result!

    Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipe

    If you have a bread maker it is not all that tough to make your own gluten free bread as long as you follow the directions on YOUR bread machine! Gluten Free Bread

    1 tsp salt
    1 Tbs. Xanthan gum
    1-¾ cup brown rice flour and 1 cup millet flour
    (or 2-¾ cup brown rice flour)
    ¾ cup tapioca flour

    1-½ cup water
    3 Tbs. grape seed oil
    3 Tbs. honey

    2 ¼ tsp. yeast

    The method is to follow the directions on the bread maker!

    Gluten Free Bread Machine Recipe

    In my case the bread maker calls for putting all the dry ingredients in first. Then the wet on top. The yeast is then put into a little dispenser. I baked it on the basic setting for a regular sized loaf which was a 4 hour time.

    Bread makers make bread making easy!

    Take the recipe above, follow the bread machine instructions and play with added nuts and seeds to get the perfect loaf that you are looking for.

    Gluten Free Bread Needs Xantham Gum

    Gluten is what gives the bread structure after raising. Xantham gum is what keeps the bread from collapsing after it is raised.

    This bread is good enough for toast or sandwiches!

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      Sweet ‘n Hot Blueberry – Corn Salsa Recipe

      Looking for something different to do with fresh corn?

      This fresh corn salsa recipe will hit the spot with a few blueberries tossed in to add a refreshing touch! Gluten-free and vegetarian makes it a great treat for all!

      Sweet ‘n Hot Corn Salsa Recipe

      Corn Salsa Recipe

      1 Tbs. olive oil
      2 cups fresh corn kernels
      1 garlic clove – pressed
      2 small tomatillos, husks removed, rinsed, and finely chopped (about 1/2 cup)
      2 fresh jalapeno or serrano chile peppers, seeded and finely chopped
      ¼ cup fresh cilantro
      3 tablespoons honey
      1 tsp lime zest
      2 Tbs lime juice
      1 cup fresh blueberries

      1. Heat the oil over medium heat. Add the corn and the garlic. Cook and stir for 3 minutes.
      2. Stir in the tomatillos and jalapeno peppers. Cook and stir about 3 minutes more.
      3. Remove from heat and cool slightly. Stir in the cilantro, honey, lime peel, juice, and salt.
      4. Gently toss in blueberries.

      Tomatillo are a Mexican fruit that look like green tomatoes but are not in the tomato family. They are usually available in conventional grocery stores.

      If you cannot find them, feel free to substitute green tomatoes if they are not available.

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