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Creole Breakfast Corn Bread

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Sunday brunch just got a down-home makeover and it is delicious! Cajun and creole seasonings offer bold bites of flavor on top of this quick and easy cornbread. As with many good things, it begins with bacon and ends with runny eggs in a flavorful breakfast hash. Perfect for a laid back Sunday morning, this dish is not fussy. Cook up some crispy bacon and caramelized onions to start, bake the cornbread in the same pan, then complete the hash with bitter greens and cherry tomatoes for little bursts of flavor. The whole skillet gets jazzed up with our Creole Spice. and broiled to finish. Topped off with  runny eggs, the whole dish just comes together beautifully. Serve alongside a Voodoo Bloody Mary and  laissez les bon temps rouler!


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