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By Catherine McCord
Jan 04, 2011, Updated Aug 03, 2022
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Published August 4, 2022 by Catherine McCord
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Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.
How cute are these? 🙂 Definitely have to try your recipe. Here is my recipe with pictures http://cuceesprouts.com/2012/04/blueberry-almond-breakfast-polenta/
I too couldn’t get rid of the lumps hoping that my dear daughter will demolish it tomorrow am, as it’s my turn to get up!
Make sure to add the polenta slowly, sort of like you’re sprinkling it into the pot and whisk the entire time!
Oh dear disaster they are very runny in the middle and not looking like the picture at all maybe I didn’t fry them long enough will try again later
I had my other half help me pour the polenta and he was useless! I told him SLOW and steady but he just threw it in the pot while I whisked and shrieked “slower…..SLOWER! Lol….. So we have lumps but I’m sure our son won’t mind. Thank you for the recipie I am soo looking forward to breakfast now!
We called this corn meal mush when we were kids. Recipe was on the corn meal box. We made it in a loaf pan. Not a very appetizing name but yummy none the less.
I really would like to try this, but I have cornmeal but I’m not sure how many cups I would need for this recipe, can you tell me how much I would need?
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