• http://www.tasty-trials.blogspot.com/ Karen

    I’ve made sweet potato biscuits, but never cornbread. This sounds really good…perfect food for Fall.
    Happy birthday!

  • ian

    sounds and looks delicious! one of my all time favorite apple dishes is apple brown betty with a mix of granny smith and some other sweeter apple. really good. if you want the recipe let me know!

  • Amanda

    thanks, yall!:) ian, i would looove that recipe! i remember you making it ages ago and it was so delicious!

  • http://patissierement-votre.blogspot.com/ Debby

    This is such a good idea to eat along with a soup , Hello fall! :)

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  • http://www.simplyscratch.com Laurie

    I am making this for sure!! I just need a cast Iron skillet… looks like I’ll have to buy one… darn! :)

  • Amanda

    thank you all!

    laurie- you can also bake this in a regular baking dish if that’s all you have, though i do encourage buying a cast iron skillet! i absolutely love mine… i use it for everything!:)

  • http://bakingmidwife.blogspot.com Baking Midwife

    Looks and sounds delicious! I just saw a Spelt Corn Bread baked in a skillet in Ready Made magazine and was thinking I needed to make some skillet cake (maybe with apples or pears). One thing I love to do with apples is make Applesauce, which I do every year for Thanksgiving. Super easy to do, just cook the apples chunks down in some apple cider (about a 1/2 inch).

  • https://www.acozykitchen.com Adrianna @ A Cozy Kitchen

    Holy moly! I love corn bread. And with sweet potatoes?! Whaaa? That sounds amazing. Might have to try this.

  • http://www.simplyscratch.com Laurie @ Simply Scratch

    Amanda! I’m attempting this tomorrow!! If all goes well I want to feature it on my site! cool? Xo

  • Amanda

    I would be honored! can’t wait to hear about the results.:)

  • ExJayKay

    This sounds wonderful! I’m going to make mine gluten free (with a gluten free flour blend). I don’t even think I’ll need xanthan gum (to replace the gluten), as the sweet potatoes are probably “sticky” enough to hold it together.
    I wonder if you could make it with pumpkin, too…?

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