Aldi Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix

Recently I shared the news that Aldi started a new gluten free product line called Live G Free. I also shared a review of the Live G Free Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix. Today we’re going to talk about the Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix. I’ve included the ingredients and instructions below so you can see how simple it is to make.

Aldi Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix

Aldi Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix

Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix Ingredients & Directions:
1 egg
3/4 cup milk
1/2 cup oil

1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
2. Beat 1 egg, 1/2 cup oil and 3/4 cup milk in a large mixing bowl.
3. Mix in Cornbread Mix, beat well for 2-3 minutes.
4. Pour batter in a greased 8″ x 8″ x 2″ pan. Let stand 10 minutes.
5. Bake until golden brown, approximately 20-25 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.

Finished product

Finished product

I was very impressed with this cornbread. The taste is much sweeter than I remember ‘real’ cornbread but even so, this is a solid, affordable choice at only $2.99 for a box and is easily comparable to any other gluten free cornbreads I’ve tried. Aldi’s is really shaping up to be a great place to buy gluten free food! I’ll be sharing more favorites I’ve discovered in the future.



10 thoughts on “Aldi Live G Free Gluten Free Cornbread Mix

  1. I tried the Aldi’s cornbread last week and I loved it! I made muffins with mine. I actually like it so much better than some of the “big name” gluten free cornbread mixes. As for their other products, I’m still experimenting with which ones I like and don’t like! 😉

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  2. I think the difference in taste that you noticed is a regional thing. As you head into northern states, cornbread becomes a little sweeter and fluffier. Though I like it a little sweeter, I can say that I haven’t yet met a cornbread that I didn’t like 🙂

    Overall, I’ve been very happy with the Aldi LiveGfree line. I think my favorite product so far has to be the wraps. They’re the closest in texture to a flour tortilla that I’ve found.

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  3. I’ve pretty much tried all the Aldi GF products with the exception of the brownies (can’t trust myself to not eat the whole package).

    The pizza crust is time consuming but worth the effort if you’re a pizza lover. Our experience is to totally bake the crust before adding sauce and toppings. Also my daughter adds salt, garlic and onion powder to the mix.

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  4. Love the gluten free cornbread mix!! Problem is I can’t find it!! Tried the Wooster OH store, the Akron OH store and the Wadsworth store! Please tell me where to find it!


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