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Advice on cornbread mixes

Deborah R. | Nov 22, 201410:32 AM     7

Hello --

I'm planning to make a cornbread stuffing for Thanksgiving. I don't want to go to the trouble of making the cornbread from scratch, so am hoping some chowhounders have recommendations on mixes. (Please, no lectures on how I really SHOULD make it from scratch.)

Last year I used the Trader Joe's boxed mix; it was all right, but not great. And a little too sweet.

I've read some online recommendations for brands carried at Costco -- Krusteaz and Pequin. Anybody have any experience with them? Other brands I should consider?

Thank you.

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