How do you defrost cornbread quickly?

Chef's answer
Microwave. If you don't have access to an oven, or if you're short on time, a good microwave is a method for how to warm up cornbread. You'll want to place the cornbread into a microwaveable container and cover it with a lid, paper towel, plastic wrap, or a glass plate.22 Dec 2019
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You can let it sit at room temperature for 24 hours. For a faster method, use the oven.26 Oct 2017
Cornbread, or any baked good, will fall in the middle if it is not completely baked, or if you add too much leavening, which causes it to rise more than the structure of the batter can sustain. ... It happens because the sides of the pan prevent the batter from rising as much as it does in the middle.
According to StillTasty, cornbread does not need to be refrigerated. Typically, cornbread lasts around two days when left out. The best way to store cornbread is by covering it with plastic wrap or placing it in a heavy-duty freezer bag. If refrigerated, cornbread typicallly lasts for up to a week.
two to six monthsFrozen dressing, whether cooked or uncooked, keeps in the freezer for two to six months. Reheat premade stuffing, or prepare uncooked stuffing, either in the oven or the microwave. The dressing should register at 165 F on an instant-read thermometer when you insert it into the middle of the dish.
The cornbread will be ready when the top becomes a crisp golden-brown. To make sure that the center is cooked all the way through, insert a toothpick into the center of the cornbread. If it comes out clean (no batter clings to it), your cornbread is done.
If you've added too much milk, you have to add more dry ingredients and probably another egg, depending on how much milk you added over the original recipe. ... You need to add dry ingredients like flour.
Stirring, or mixing can activate glutens. When you stir too much, this will cause more glutens to be formed which will result in crumbly bread. Also, the more cornmeal you have over flour will result in a drier, more crumbly cornbread.27 Aug 2019
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