This cornbread is loaded with fresh grilled corn, cheese, and topped with farmers market finds! Tomato, jalapeño, red onion, fresh basil, and even more grilled corn! Make it your own by adding your own toppings!
Farmers Market Cornbread! But first… How was your 4th of July?! I’m hoping you had a wonderful time. Lot’s of BBQs, fireworks, maybe a parade. We did our usual. Some yummy food, and then there’s a fireworks show that happens right up the street from us that we walk to. Little Miss is the perfect age to really enjoy this kind of stuff now. She was so excited! And kept talking about the fireworks the entire day.
I always feel like the 4th of July is kind of the pinnacle of summer break. And now I feel like we’re on the downward slide back to the school year. It will be here before we know it. Along with cooler weather. Which I’m kind of excited about. Although we still have a few more hot months until we get there. In the meantime, we need to enjoy summer to it’s fullest!! Which includes farmers markets and fresh produce! Which leads me to todays Farmers Market Cornbread.
If you haven’t noticed, I’m loving baking in my cast iron skillet lately. Remember that All-American Strawberry Cobbler I just shared? Plus I have some other recipes coming up that use the cast iron skillet too. Which is making me wonder.. do you have a cast iron skillet? I’m thinking of doing a post on how to care for a cast iron skillet. I think some people may think they’re difficult to care for, but they’re really easy! And if we care for them right, they will last for-ever. Just shoot me a message or comment if this is something that you may be interested in learning more about. Moving on!
This cornbread is easy, cheesy, and bursting with flavor. The best part? You can really load this up with your own personal farmer market finds! Or whatever you have in your own gardens! I know my mom always has a ton of tomatoes and zucchini. Zucchini would be a wonderful addition to this! And of course I had to toss a little jalapeño on there. If you’re not into the heat, leave it off. Don’t want to add cheese? Don’t add cheese! This is such a simple recipe based on a great cornbread.
If you follow me on snapchat(@houseofyumm) then you were able to follow along with me while I made this and I gave a fun little tip about the buttermilk. I NEVER have buttermilk on hand, but it’s so important to use it when making cornbread, it just helps the cornbread be moist instead of making your mouth feel sticky. So if you don’t have buttermilk and it’s called for, just pour a scant bit less milk and add a splash of white vinegar or lemon juice. Let it sit a few minutes and the milk will curdle. Voila! Buttermilk!
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