Ways to use your left over “Shoodie Bread”, our Gourmet Corn Bread

Cornbread Croutons/Snack

Most of the Time “Shoodie Bread is made, there are never left overs. But just in case you looking for ways to use up your cornbread is by transforming it into croutons. Chefs often do this with day-old bread, so you shouldn’t forget that you can easily do it with cornbread, too. Follow this recipe for Cornbread Croutons found on Tablespoon.com and see for yourself.


  • 1 batch day-old “Shoodie Bread” prepared 

  • Keep it Spicey Gourmet Smoked Salt,  Gourmet Smoked Pepper and Gourmet Smoked Garlic Powder,  to taste

  • 3 tablespoons olive oil

Directions: Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut leftover or day-old cornbread into cubes, any size. Place cubes on a rimmed baking sheet. Sprinkle a few dashes of salt and pepper to taste on croutons. Drizzle with olive oil and toss lightly to coat. Toast in oven until edges are a deep brown, about 10 to 15 minutes, flipping once during baking. Remove from oven and sprinkle on your favorite foods. Also Great for a snack all by it self!

Keep it Spicey Loaded Baked Potato Skins

“I recently served this appetizer while watching football on Sunday at our house, and it was simple yet delicious!” It’s perfect for your holiday event, easy to take to a party just reheat in the over 5-7 ,minutes.


  • 12 Potatoes Boiled or Baked until Done

  • 1 cup shredded cheese of your choice We use  Smoked Cheddar

  • 1⁄2cup sour cream or ranch dressing

  • 1⁄2cup chives, diced or red onions

  • 1⁄2cup bacon, crisp and chopped

  • Sprinkle with Keep it Spicey Gourmet Smoked Salt and Pepper on the Potatoes


  1. Cut Cooked Potatoes in Half then cut a couple of slits into the potatoes so spices can sink in

  2. Sprinkle with Keep it Spicey Gourmet Smoked Salt and Pepper

  3. Tope Each Potatoe with Cheese, Bacon Bits and Onions

  4. Bake at 350-375 until cheese is melted and bubbly

  5. Serve with sour cream or ranch dressing and chives on the side.

Shoodie Bread, Gourmet Cornbread

This time of year the weather outside is frightful here on the East Coast. When the temperature drops, it’s time to head to the kitchen to make a hearty, warming meal. From gooey baked pastas to meaty stews chili and soups, they all will warm your belly. It’s time for comfort food cooking and we have the perfect bread for your dish.  Our Gourmet Cornbread called “Shoodie Bread”.  This dynamic cornbread is a combination of both my wife’s grandmother and my grandmother’s recipes combined to create this rich creamy cornbread.  We’ve added corn kernels to give it a special touch of love. We have been making “Shoodie Bread for over 12 years for our friends and family.  Make sure you have a container in your refrigerator.

You will love the way it taste. 


A lot of cooking processes tend to cause vegetables and nutrients to lose their health benefits, but not Indian cooking. … So when people think of Indian food as being spicy, what they are not realizing is that the spices used to make the dishes are actually good for the body and will enhance the flavor of the food you’re eating.  My wife and I started Keep is Spicey not only to have healthier choices but to bring us closer by sharing recipes and ideas.  Not only are we making your food taste great but we are bringing families back in the kitchen, creating conversations and bonds between family and friends.