Alexis J. Harris

Sprinkling Love And Light In Every Bite


Honey Butter Cornbread !

Cornbread has always been a staple in the Harris household. Over the years we’ve made it a million different ways, but this is the recipe I had to share with you all! I hope you all love it as much as we do. Don’t forget to tag me in your posts when you recreate this for you tribe! Happy Cooking!


Honey Butter Cornbread

  • Author: Alexis Harris
  • Prep Time: 5 min.
  • Total Time: Approx. 35 min.
  • Category: Bread
  • Method: Bake
  • Cuisine: Southern


This is truly an easy dump and mix recipe! I promise you that this is the cornbread recipe you’ve been looking for!



2 boxes of Jiff cornbread in the blue box (Nothing fancy, just Jiff)

1 Stick of melted butter or margarine + 4 Tbsp to grease your skillet

2 eggs

½ cup of sugar

3/4 cup of buttermilk (You can add a 1/2 cup more if batter is too thick)

1/4 cup of whole milk

1 -2 Dollops of Sour cream


Honey butter

1/2 cup of melted butter or margarine

1/4 cup of honey

Sprinkle of Cinnamon + sugar



1.       Preheat oven to 400 degrees Farenheit. Place Cast iron skillet in the oven. Trust me! This is where you’ll get those crispy edges later.  

2.       Place all of your dry ingredients in a bowl.

3.       Melt your butter and let it cool. It doesn’t need to be room temperature, but make sure its not piping hot!

4.       Add your wet ingredients to the bowl with your dry ingredients

5.        Stir until large lumps disappear. 

6.  Remove your pan that should now be hot from the oven. 

7. Drop about ½ stick of butter in the pan. Make sure you grease the entire pan. (BE CAREFUL) 

8. Spread batter into your pan evenly and place back into the oven. 

9. Bake for about 25-30 minutes or until done. You will know it is done when you can stick a toothpick or knife in the center and it comes out clean. 

 Now its time for our HONEY BUTTTTTTA… 

 10. Melt but and honey. Brush or drizzle over finished cornbread.

11. Sprinkle a pinch more of cinnamon to finish!

12. Most importantly, dont forget to sprinkle your love + light in every bite!!


You’re beautiful from head to toe, my dear love beautiful beyond compare, absolutely flawless.

                                         Songs of Solomon 4:7



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Vegan Beyond Meat & Grits

Let me start by saying that I am not a vegan however, this recipe fooled every taste bud in my body! I absolutely could become a vegan if eating this everyday was realistic. With that being said, if you havent tried any vegan dishes or even if you’re a seasoned vegan you will NOT be disappointed.


Vegan Beyond Meat & Grits

  • Author: Alexis Harris
  • Category: Vegan
  • Cuisine: Vegan



1 Package of Beyond Meat mild or hot italian “sausage” links

1 Red Bell Pepper

1 Green Bell Pepper

1 Yellow Onion

Olive oil

½ Tbsp of Smoked paprika

1 Tbsp or more to taste of Cajun seasoning (ex. Slap ya momma)

1-2 tsp of fresh cracked black pepper


Grits (Old Fashioned or quick will both work )  **Cook according to packaged directions**

Vegan butter

Vegan cheese (optional) 


1. Diagonally slice sausages to your desired thickness. 

2. Dice peppers and onions. 

3. In a Sauté pan, heat olive oil over medium heat.

4. Sauté sausages in a pan on medium heat. Lightly season and allow to brown on both sides. 

5. Remove from pan and place on plate.

6. Add an additional tbsp of olive oil to the pan. 

7. Sauté peppers and onions. Season with the remaining cajun seasoning and black pepper. 

8. Add the sausage back to the vegetable saute. 


9. Cook according to package directions. You can substitute a portion of the water for your favorite plant based milk if you desire to do so. 

10. Be sure to stir your grits with a whisk or a fork to avoid lumpiness. 

“Let me tell you why you are here. You’re here to be salt-seasoning that brings out the God-flavors of this earth. If you lose your saltiness, how will people taste godliness?….” – Matthew 5:13