Baked corn casserole is a family favorite at our house for the holidays and beyond! Sweet corn baked into a hearty casserole is perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas!
With this being my first Christmas away from my family in my entire 28 years on this planet I’m feeling a little bit nostalgic.
There are certain things that are a given in our family for holidays. My grandmother’s sticky buns for breakfast on Christmas morning, Santa leaving presents in wooden train cars made by my grandfather instead of stockings, and this baked corn served at every family dinner for as long as I can remember.
I’m not sure how to describe this recipe other than a mix between creamy creamed corn and a corn casserole but the flavor is insane and everyone loves it. Even our picky eater has at least two helpings of this whenever the entire family gets together for dinner.
Like when I was visiting Virginia last month and we had PA Dutch chicken and waffles, naturally we had to serve this baked corn casserole, too.
While we serve this pretty much whenever we’re all in the same house it’s definitely a holiday must have. I tried making it in the crock pot last year and it just. Just no. It lost that crunchy crust and didn’t hold together like it does when you bake it so it was running all over the place.
No one was a big fan. The flavors were there but the texture was all wrong and we just couldn’t wrap our minds around it. I guess we’re particular that way.
So if you need a new side dish for the holidays this year then try my grandmother’s baked corn casserole and you won’t be disappointed!
What dish is a must have at your family dinners?
IngredientsYield: 8 servings
- 1/2 cup milk
- 2 Tbs butter, cut into 20 equal pieces
- 2 eggs
- 3 Tbs sugar
- 1 can corn, drained
- 3 Tbs flour
- 1 can creamed corn
- In a medium sized bowl beat eggs then add sugar and flour and mix well.
- Stir in creamed corn and drained corn then carefully mix in milk until well blended.
- Pour into a buttered 2 qt casserole dish and dot top with cut butter.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 75 minutes or until casserole is set.
- Allow to cool for 5 minutes before serving.
For more awesome Christmas tips, tricks, and recipes check out these posts from my blog besties!
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