Make a Fast and Delicious Einkorn Cornbread in 20 Minutes
It’s cold outside….a pot of chili is on the stove, a buttery slice of cornbread will add a nice touch to this meal. Whip up this einkorn cornbread in minutes and this will be a top family favorite!
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Why bake with einkorn?
Baking with einkorn is an ancient grain that many can eat. Wheat flour today is not the same. Einkorn has been around for thousands of years.
Bake an organic cornbread recipe for a healthy choice. Avoid GMO foods. My husband had horrible stomach cramps for years.
There are some foods we discovered that cause him abdominal pain…
- White or Wheat flour
- GMO foods
Now, that we have switched to einkorn flour and organic cornmeal he hasn’t had any more abdominal pain. GMO foods like chips, beans, and corn, caused him severe pain.
If you switch to non-GMO products you may see a difference too.
I’ve mentioned this before, but we changed to gluten-free flour for a while when we realized we couldn’t tolerate white flour, then we did more of a keto recipe with cheeses.
But.….I still wanted a flour texture for my baked goods. Spelt flour is a little heavy, so finding einkorn has been a win for our family.
Can I use einkorn flour for other baked goods?
Yes! We like einkorn flour and changing my recipes has worked really well with a few adjustments.
If you are looking for more recipes, check out my einkorn recipes. Einkorn has a sweet and nutty flavor. Purchase einkorn flour at your local health food store or online.
So dig in that cabinet and find your iron skillet for this cornbread recipe, bake in a pan, or bake muffins.
Make this einkorn cornbread recipe the next time you have soup on a cold wintery day. And if you struggle to eat corn or regular flour, this is a great alternative. Now, my husband can enjoy a warm, buttery slice of cornbread. Enjoy!
- 1 1/2 cup cornmeal (organic non-gmo)
- 1/2 cup einkorn flour
- 1/2 t salt
- 3 t baking powder
- 1 to 1 1/2 cup milk
- 1 egg
- 1/3 cup melted butter
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- Mix dry ingredients. Incorporate with a fork
- Add milk, egg, and melted *butter. mix well
- Pour 1/4 cup olive oil in iron skillet. Heat skillet on high. Pour batter in when hot.
- Bake 425 for 18-20 min