Grits are one of the Southern specialties that we just can't get enough of! This classic breakfast food is a favorite in many households, and it's so versatile that it can be served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Whether you want to enjoy a simple bowl of buttered grits or mix things up with a savory side of cheese grits, you'll find plenty of delicious recipes here.
From classic recipes like creamy grits or shrimp and grits to more creative variations like bacon or white cheddar grits, we've got you covered with 16 of the best grits recipes around. Each one is easy to make and packed with comforting flavor and texture.
Get ready for a Southern-style feast that you won't soon forget.
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Grits With Cream Cheese
Cheese grits are a Southern favorite. Using cream cheese in this recipe makes for an interesting twist on this iconic dish.
Get ready for the most delicious, cheesy grits experience of your life! Our Cheesiest Grits Recipe Ever is the perfect way to start your day. With a mix of sharp cheddar, cream cheese, and butter, these grits are sure to please any palate. Enjoy this creamy, cheesy dish as a breakfast, side dish, or...
These Bacon Garlic Cheddar Grits are a perfect combination of savory and creamy. Enjoy this southern classic made with smoky bacon, garlic, and sharp cheddar cheese. This easy, one-pot dish is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner - and is sure to become a favorite in your household!
Experience the ultimate creamy and cheesy Cheddar Grits, perfect for both breakfast and dinner. Loaded with sharp cheddar cheese and butter, these grits offer a velvety-smooth texture and the ideal richness to delight your taste buds.
Start your day off right with these delicious Banana Maple Grits! Made with creamy stone ground grits and sweet maple syrup, this breakfast dish is sure to fill you up with energy and flavor. Top it off with fresh bananas for a touch of sweetness and you have a perfectly balanced and hearty breakfas...
Southern grits are a staple south of the Mason Dixon line and they're delicious. Garlic cheese grits are even better. This corn grits recipe takes a little longer than plain corn grits, to allow the additional liquids to absorb. Garnish with additional cheese and hot sauce.
"Grits love salt," says Peacock, and his creamy-white, almost milky grits, with yellow and black flecks of coarsely ground corn, demonstrate that it's not saltiness he's after, just perfectly balanced seasoning. Grits usually function as an accompaniment, like polenta or rice, but it's certainly eas...