Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
I registered just so i could comment this recipes name. I grew up on "Hoe cake".We used bisquick mixed with water until the consistency is like a thick pancake.Put it in a hot oiled cast iron sk...
I found this recipe and tried it one night when I was in a hurry. Fantastic! I didn't change a thing, and we all loved it...definitely a keeper, both because its yummy, but also it is fast and v...
This is something I have never tried before. This recipe tastes like a flatbread, but a little more dense. I think it would be good dipped in marinara. Sorry, I'm not southern! It cooked for ...
Im glad i found it. My dad use to make this when i was a kid. I loved it i dont think it had the garlic salt because we ate it with jelly. great snack. :) Thanks for posting it.
This was so delicious! I am a yankee who married a southern man and had my first "hoe-cake" last night when I went out to eat with my in-laws and husband and son. My husband begged for me to t...
My Great Grandma used to make these for me every time she made biscuits. One of my favorite memories! But no garlic salt. Not good with jelly. lol
This is a great tasting recipe! I have a 9 inch pan and it rises during baking 3/4's to the pan top so it is not a thin bread as depicted in the picture though it is still good! I would love t...
Sprinkled the pan and the top of the hoe cake with a little bit of sugar rather than garlic, thinking there'd be leftover for toast / breakfast . . . there wasn't a crumb left. Delicious!