Top-ranked recipe named "Kenny Rogers Roasters Corn Bread"
"Famous" corn bread recipe from Kenny Roger's Roasters Restaurant
"I burned mine a little and they were still good. I served them with chili. I liked the real corn. I'll make them again but just cook them less time. "- melarky
Preheat oven to 400?
Cream together butter, sugar, honey, eggs, and salt in a large bowl
Add flour, cornmeal, and baking powder and blend throughly, Add milk while mixing
Add corn to mixture and combine by hand until corn is worked in
Grease a 12-cup muffin pan and fill each cup with batter.
Bake for 20 - 25 minutes or until muffins begin to turn brown on top.
Makes 12 muffins
So sweet and flavorful. I can't stop eating them. The corn kernals in the muffin really add a unique texture.
sjferrill 3 months agoSo easy, so good. My family and friends love this so much!
df09546 3 years agoThis had a nice texture but it was too sweet for me.
amydunbar2008 3 years agoVery good and easy to make. I might add more corn next time.
ledelman1 3 years agoNot a very good recipie. I made it for memorial day. First of all it tastes like cornbread you'd get in a restaurant breadbasket...dry and non-descript. Second, it was WAY to sweet. The honey made it sickeningly sweet. It would be better without the honey in the recipie, then you could put your own honey on later. Not a winner in my book.
melarky 4 years agoI burned mine a little and they were still good. I served them with chili. I liked the real corn. I'll make them again but just cook them less time.
hillaschaef 4 years agoFamily favorite!
Schaffa2203 4 years agoLove this recipe! My dad hates muffins, so I made in a casserole dish instead, worked out fine. Wouldn't change a thing :)
poorannette 4 years agoI used to go to Kenny Rogers restaurant and loved their corn bread......this recipes is to die for!!!
woolox 5 years agoSo sweet and flavorful. I can't stop eating them. The corn kernals in the muffin really add a unique texture. [I posted this recipe.]