I love cornbread. Absolutely love it. My mother, back in the day, would make cornbread and then my brother and I would take turns devouring it.
Anyway, I saw one of my more real-food-oriented co-workers bringing muffin-ish objects from home for lunch, and so I started to wonder about what sort of muffin-ish objects I could make.
I also started this process during my no-real-sugar phase, which is why I picked out a honey recipe, but honey is fun to work with anyway. The other highlight is that it uses plain old oil instead of butter.
It's adapted, with some tweaks, from another honey corn bread recipe. I decided I wanted to bump up the sugar concentration a little bit so it can stand on it's own and also worked out how to make it in muffin form.
I may eventually convert it to use the scale.