Cornbread can be made from scratch. It isn’t hard to do! You can put together our version of Tippin’s cornbread easy at home, enjoy with your favorite soup.
- 1 cup yellow cornmeal
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 4 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1 cup milk
- 1 package jiffy yellow cake mix
- Mix cake mix according to directions, being careful not to beat air into mixture. Mix the rest of the ingredients and gently fold in cake batter. pour into two greased 8 inch pie pans or a 13-by-9-by2-inch baking pan. bake in a preheated 400-degree oven until lightly browned.
By any chance do you have Whistle Junction rest. Corn bread recipe?
Sherry Somervell Peck
You can buy several of their signature soups and pies at area grocery stores. Mostly the ones owned by Ball’s Foods. Some Price Choppers and Some Sunfresh Stores. There is a factory that makes them off of Kansas Ave in Kansas City, KS.
This was good! I’m not a fan of sweet corn bread but I did like this version.
I worked there in high school,and made this. It was pills bury sweet style cornbread mix in 25# bag. This was about the only thing not made from scratch.
I worked there in college. I worked at the Noland Rd. restaurant in Independence MO. You didn’t happen to confiscate the broccoli soup recipe did you? I teach high school Foods and Nutrition and I’d really like to have the kids make broccoli soup and let’s face it, Tippin’s was the best.
I don’t have their broccoli soup recipe 🙁