This bread machine cornbread recipe is easy to make and tastes great. This sweet cornbread is perfect for breakfast or as a dessert for lunch & dinner. Visit BreadDad.com for more great bread machine recipes.
Prep Time5 minutesmins
Cook Time1 hourhr40 minutesmins
Total Time1 hourhr45 minutesmins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast, Dessert, Side Dish, Snack
Unplug the bread machine and remove the bread pan.
Soften the butter in a microwave.
Lightly beat the eggs.
Add milk, butter, eggs and then the rest of the ingredients into the bread pan.
Place the bread pan back into the bread machine and then plug in the bread machine.
Enter the bread machine settings (Quick Bread/Cake, Light Color, 2 lb) and press the start button. FYI - Before making this recipe, please read the tips section below for more information regarding the sweet quick bread setting used to make cornbreads. The setting may be called "quick bread", "quick bread/cake", "cake", etc. However, some manufacturers use the "quick bread" setting are for rapid sandwich-type breads that use yeast (and not for quick breads such as cornbread that use baking powder/soda). Therefore, this setting can be very confusing... but the tips section below will help you to find the right setting to use on your machine. You need to enter the correct cornbread setting used by your SPECIFIC bread machine model or the cornbread could be under or overcooked.
When the bread machine has finished baking the cornbread, unplug your bread machine. Remove the bread pan and place the bread pan on a wooden cutting board. Let the bread stay within the bread pan for 10 minutes before you remove it from the bread pan. Use oven mitts when removing the bread pan because it will be very hot!
After removing the cornbread from the bread pan, place the bread on a cooling rack. Use oven mitts when removing the bread. Let the cornbread cool down for 60+ minutes or it will be more likely to break/crumble when cut into slices.
Don’t forget to remove the mixing paddle if it is stuck in the bread. Use oven mitts as the mixing paddle could be hot.
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