This isn’t a copycat recipe – it’s the REAL DEAL! Disney serves this Incredibly Moist Cornbread in small loaves for their family style dining in the Whispering Canyon Cafe, Hoop Dee Doo Revue, & Trail’s End restaurants.
Cornmeal is sold in various textures and colors, white, yellow or blue depending on the type of corn used. Blue cornmeal is found mainly in Southwestern recipes. Yellow cornmeal is preferred for this recipe – I use stoneground.
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Incredibly Moist Cornbread
- 1¾ cups all-purpose flour
- ¾ cup cornmeal [See Note 1]
- 1¼ cups granulated sugar
- 1½ teaspoons salt
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- ½ cup vegetable oil
- 2 each large eggs , beaten
- 1 cup milk
- Add flour, cornmeal, salt, baking powder, and sugar together in a mixing bowl and blend.
- Combine milk, eggs, and oil in another bowl and blend together; slowly add liquid to the bowl of dry ingredients; mixing as you add liquid. Mix only enough to incorporate together.
- Spray a 9 x 13 cake pan with a non-stick food spray and pour the cornmeal batter into the pan. Make sure to spread evenly in the pan.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 375°F for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.
- Cornmeal is sold in various textures and colors, white, yellow or blue depending on the type of corn used. Blue cornmeal is found mainly in Southwestern recipes. Yellow cornmeal is preferred for this recipe. Use a fine grind cornmeal almost flour-like in texture over of coarsely ground corn meal.
- Nutrition is calculated based on the recipe as written. Additions, omissions, or substitutions will change the calculated values shown. The addition, omission, or substitution of ingredients will alter the nutritional information shown. Nutrition percentages are based on a 2000-calorie diet. The FDA recommends 80 micrograms of vitamin K.
Nutritional information is provided as a courtesy, and is sourced from the USDA Food Database.
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