While I love the GF corn bread I do fine it a little grainy and dry. Here's a little tip to make your corn bread smoother. Take your electric mixer and beat the gf corn flour for about 2 minutes before adding the wet ingredients. Really does make a big difference. Not sure if it was Ina from Barefoot contessa or Emril that suggests this, but it is worth those few extra minutes.
Now do they make corn muffins without the corn? Can't eat any corn products.
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I don't eat corn very often and when I do I make sure I buy organic, non GMO corn and corn products. Sometimes a corn muffin is nice with a homemade bowl of chili... These turned out really good. Can't even tell their GF.
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