Instarecipe! Pumpkin Yogurt Cornbread {+ a Taste of London Giveaway}

Pumpkin Yogurt Cornbread

Cornbread, a.k.a. food of the Gods. It’s probably one of my favourite brunch foods and epitomises that lazy-Saturday-morning feeling, for me. I was craving it badly last weekend. As I had some extra roasted squash hanging out in the fridge, I mashed it up and stirred it into my usual cornbread batter (the recipe for which is from my cookbook, Top With Cinnamon.)

All you need is one bowl to whip this up in and you’ll have a lofty, golden bread to stuff into your face within the hour. I’m partial to cutting a wedge in half and topping it with my dad’s raspberry jam. It reminds me of home, and hugs and cosy duvet days. If you want to go a savoury route though, scrambled or poached eggs with some spinach and hollandaise or tomato salsa are good choices.

While I’m here writing this post I think I might as well slip in the fact that I have a pair of tickets to the Taste of London Festive Edition event to giveaway! The tickets were kindly provided by AEG so I could spread the foodie fun and help #taketastefurther 🙂
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Note:
– if you don’t have any cooked pumpkin/squash, leave it out and replace with an extra 80 ml (1/3 cup) plain yogurt.
– 
keep any extra cornbread wrapped in cling film (plastic wrap) to stop it drying out. It’ll keep for 3 days.
– recipe adapted from the Cinnamon-Sugar Cornbread in my cookbook, Top With Cinnamon

Instarecipe! Pumpkin Yogurt Cornbread

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Ingredients

  • 90 g (1/3 cup) well-mashed, cooked pumpkin or butternut squash
  • 80 ml (1/3 cup) plain yogurt
  • 110 ml (1/3 cup + 2 tbsp) water
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tbsp cashew butter OR 2 tbsp butter/coconut oil , , melted
  • 2 tbsp honey or sugar , , any kind
  • 110 g (scant cup) plain (all-purpose) flour
  • 110 g (1 cup) fine cornmeal
  • 4 tsp baking powder

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 180 C (350 F). Grease an 8-inch pie dish or 6-inch cake tin.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk together the mashed pumpkin and yogurt until smooth. Whisk in the water, egg, cashew butter (or melted butter/coconut oil) and honey (or sugar). Add the flour and cornmeal to the bowl and stir until just combined. Quickly scrape all the batter into the prepared pan.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean.
  • Serve warm with butter and jam.
Tried this recipe?Let me know how it went! Mention @izyhossack or tag #topwithcinnamon!

34 thoughts on “Instarecipe! Pumpkin Yogurt Cornbread {+ a Taste of London Giveaway}”

  1. This sounds glorious. I love pumpkin anything and everything. I attempted to make cornbread once, and it turned out awfully bad. But, I’m willing to give it another try with pumpkin!

  2. Franziska Glauser

    This recipe sounds just sooooo good and easy, really have to try this one.
    Have a wonderful day, Franzi

  3. Sabrina - A Spoonful of Photography

    Unfortunately I have to admit I never had “real” cornbread.. But autumn has me on a comfort food trail and I wanted to make it to go with my weekend chili in like forever.. So your post might just be the last push that I needed to FINALLY make some cornbread 😉 Hope uni is treating you well!

  4. I never made cornbread as I only recently discovered that my cornmeal alergy disappeared, I am now super eager to try all this new things. Great recipe!

  5. I love pumpkin and I love corn bread so why not together, will try this one topped with some apple spread, no doubt !

  6. I am a huge cornbread fan too, and this looks like a perfect recipe. Adding pumpkin or squash is such a great idea this time of year and I’ve never tried it, but now I totally want to!

  7. Karen @ Seasonal Cravings

    What a lovely idea; pumpkin cornbread. My kids love cornbread so this is definitely worth a try. I’ll have mine with fig jam please!

    1. Yeah, I think buckwheat flour (or maybe even gram(chickpea) flour could be used in place of the flour

  8. This sounds like the cornbread recipe I’ve been after! I’ll definitely be trying this and taking it down the savoury route with some warming winter Chili! I’ll let you know how it was!

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