~Velveeta Cornbread!

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**Hillbilly Disclaimer ~ I (Ohbiteit.com) in NO way, shape or form…mean to offend anyone who is a Hillbilly, looks like a Hillbilly, has Hillbilly relatives, or wears slippers to Walmart!  This is ALL in good fun around here!  I love Hillbillies, their looks, their relatives and their slippers!  So read on, and enjoy!  :)

Yes, I realize that at first glance this recipe might sound a tad bit hick-a-billy, redneck, trailer trash, slippers at Walmart-ish.  But child please..you know you love you some Velveeta! And when added to the cornbread it takes on a delicious life of its own!  The way that the melty, gooey cheese oozes out from the center of the warm cornbread..it’s epic!

So I say, embrace your inner Hillbilly, at least for the sake of this recipe..and join me as I embrace mine! :)

 

 

I just adore Velveeta!!  I mean, what other cheese is stuck in permanent semi-melt mode?  There’s not much that can’t be made better by the addition of some good old Velveeta! Combine it with cornbread and BOOM..you’ll be scanning your TV for some Nascar, and popping open a Schlitz!  Heck, you don’t even need a full set of teeth to enjoy this soft and scrumptious dish! ;)

 

This is one fine fixin’, perfect as a side dish or brunch!  You could even add some bacon and/or jalapenos for some kick..yum!!  Heck, add some SPAM and you’ve gotchurself a meal!  It makes enough to feed at least 6 cousins and 4 baby daddy’s!

Give it a  try!  :)

 

 

 

What you’ll need:

Indoor plumbing for water..a hose is fine too ;)

1 box of Cornbread

1 Velveeta brick, (I used 6 slices about 1/4″ thick, of the Mexican Velveeta for some kick in the pants)

Directions:

Mix up yer Cornbread batter according to the box directions

Cuss at someone for no good reason

 

Layer half of the batter  in your baking dish

Add a layer of Velveeta slices

Put yer cigarette down & swig some Whiskey

Ready for the oven!

Pour the other half of the batter over the cheese and bake until golden!

 

 

 

 

Find a spork and dig in!  ~Enjoy!  :) 

 

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27 Comments

  1. Wow, you went there didn’t you. Guess I’ll make a batch and sit on the front porch and eat it. While drinking red kool-aid from a jelly jar!

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    • Ahh, you so get it..LMAO! ;)

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    • Hahaha..I know it! :)

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  2. That was just TOO funny! Thanks for making my morning. Cornbread looks goo. Never thought to add Velveeta to it.

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    • LOL..Thank you!! :)

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  3. This is literally the best recipe I have ever seen. Holy guilty pleasure!!!!

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  4. This would be a purrrrfect fixin’ to go with Uncle Bubba’s steak AKA: Fried Baloney. (Is that how you spell baloney?)

    Seriously, this looks so dang good.

    Job well done, sistah!

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    • Hahaha Jen!!
      It would be mighty tasty after a nice ‘baloney’ dinner..{burp}! ;)

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  5. Redneck or not, I want some of this… right now… in my belly.

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  6. Ya know, I might go out of my way to buy velveeta cheese just to make this! Holy yum!

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  7. well, i’v already got the trailer, after last night I’ve got the beer cans in the yard, I’ve got the mason jars to drink out of….why not try this too?

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  8. BLESS YOUR HEART ;-) Both clever and creative with simple ingredients!! The picture makes it so tempting to try ! GREAT JOB! Will be checking the blog more often to see “what’s cooking”.

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  9. Git ‘er dun! Seriously though I was laughing so hard. Love your wit! And, I will sneak some Velveeta home just to try it and trick my hubby (who can’t get enough cornbread until it’s all gone). Love your blog!

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  10. You are bringing out the kid in me!! Too bad I didn’t use this fun and oh ,so good cheese when the kids were growing up! What have I done!! I will enjoy it now for them and I do share!! A huge Thanks from this country hick.

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    • I love velveeta too! :) So glad you enjoy the blog!

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  11. I will now be embracing my inner hillbilly….even if I do live in north jersey! :D Looks delicious!

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    • LOL…you can do it, I’m originally from Connecticut..hahaha! ;)

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  12. They just talked about this recipe on The Kitchen on Food Network. Had to google it and I came up with your recipe. Thanks

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    • My recipe? If so, do you know how I could possibly see that? …lol! :). Happy to have you here!

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  13. I saw this on the Kitchen this morning also……When I searched for the recipe, yours came up…going to try this one for sure

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    • Ooo..I want to see that…lol! So glad you made it here..happy to have you! :)

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  14. This would be great under a mound of pinto beans with hamhock in it! thanks will let ma know bout it!

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    • Awesome idea…love your name! :). Lol!

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  15. I made this for dinner tonight. To die for. But, if using jiffy cornbread mix, you need two boxes. One isn’t even close to being enough. Two is perfect! We had this with red beans and rice. Mmmmmmmm

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    • Good to know, thank you! Glad you enjoyed it! :)

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  16. looks soo easy but I’m not gonna comment on the hillbilly stuff. I recently moved to Indiana and I gotta watch out for hillbillies and thugs!!

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