Ideas for crumbled up cornbread??
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    Default Ideas for crumbled up cornbread??

    I have some leftover cornbread that I don't want to go to waste. Does anyone have any suggestions, other than meatloaf??

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    Warm milk and brown sugar?

    Mix it with stale bread for stuffing chicken? (I love this, personally)

    It can be frozen. DH is not a big cornbread eater, so I save the leftover for when I make stuffing.

    You can pulse it in the blender and make crumbs to cover baked chicken or fish.
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    Corn bread salad!

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    Is there some kind of pudding you could layer it w/ and make a dessert. Would vanilla w/ blueberries layered in a glass work.

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    Put it in a bowl and drizzle some melted butter and some syrup over it.

    Blend it up and use it in as a topping for a chili casserole.

    Put it in the freezer if you won't use it right away. Cornbread freezes beautifully. When we have leftover cornbread, we freeze the leftover piece or two and a child will pull them out and eat them for breakfast with syrup on them.

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    crumble and place as a topping on tomato soup....soooo good!
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    Casserole filling or stuffing.

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    topping for chili.

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