Easy Corn Casserole
Once you make this casserole, you will be making it all year long! This basic recipe is awesome by itself; but you can add in any number of extra goodies to make is unique for each holiday.
1 can cream-style corn
1 can whole kernel corn, drained
1 package Jiffy corn muffin mix
1 cup sour cream
1 stick butter, melted
2 cups shredded cheese (any cheese or combo)
~ In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients – mix well
~ Pour into a greased baking dish (9×13 or larger)
~ Bake for 50-60 minutes at 350 degrees – will be golden brown
~ Toss in a diced red and green pepper for color
~ Pull out of oven at 30 minute mark for a softer, more pudding style dish
~ Top with crushed, buttered Ritz crackers (yum)
This sounds delicious and easy. I love corn. I would also add some jalapeños as another commentor mentioned. Thanks 🙂
sherry butcher says
This sounds interesting. is the corn bread mix the only one that can be uses. I think this would be great at a potluck. I had some breaded corn but did not like it very much since not all the bread crums were not sofl
judy gardner says
i love corn! i have had fried corn but never corn casserole – i have to try this!
This looks absolutely delicious. I would leave it in a little longer so that it has a nice crust. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
I like the edges brown and crispy but my crew likes it soft. Maybe next year I will split and bake in two dishes.
rebeka deleon says
mmmm sounds really good. i love corn bread and i am always trying to find new ideas for vegetables to spice it up a little! this would be perfect with our chicken dinner.
Michelle Tucker says
This looks so good! I’d add a few diced up jalapenos. Yummy.
Lisa Kerr says
This recipe sound so delicious, I am always looking for new and easy casserole recipes to make so I am very happy to have found yours! Thank you for sharing 🙂
Allison H says
I LOVE corn casserole! I tried it for the first time 2 years ago at Thanksgiving when my cousin brought it. I’ll be giving this a shot for Christmas. 🙂
Bill Elliott says
I love corn but I have never seen it in a casserole before. I looks great so we will have to give it a try. Thank you for the recipe
Marti Tabora says
This is very similar to a recipe that I used to make years ago and it is really good. Now that I’ve come across this I will definitely be making it. Thank you.
Addie F says
Mmm, corn casserole is the best! That looks just like my recipe, except mine doesn’t have cheese. I’ll have to try it with cheese next time! Looks delicious.
Susan Broughton says
I have a recipe that is simular to this but I like yours better so I think I might give it a try.
Sarah L says
That looks great to take to pot lucks since I wouldn’t make it at home just for myself. Calories don’t count at pot lucks….
sherry butcher says
lI think this would wonderful to take to a pot-luck. I like the idea of adding other stuff for the holiday using it for. Thanks.
I also have an easy corn casserole recipe. I get the frozen bricks of white cream corn, let it thaw and mix it with some bacon that I fry up. The bacon grease gives it a wonderful flavor!!
Diane Cooper says
I am always looking for new ways ot incorporate corn into our menu and this looks yummy! I believe i would add some sort of hot peppers to spice it up a bit!
md kennedy says
So rich, but sounds so yummy as well. This would be great with jalapeno added as well.
June S. says
(Easy Corn Casserole) We had made this corn casserole for our Thanksgiving dinner this past Thursday. It was so good and there was none left even for leftovers.
Maria Iemma says
I am going to make this casserole for dinner tonight — I have fried chicken and I have all the ingredients to make it, I will add some diced red and green peppers and I know the family will love !!
Katrina Weghorn says
I’ve used this recipe before (family secret) and love it!
My husband has asked about even using fresh jalapeno peppers in it next time. Maybe for Christmas meals?
Thanks for sharing the easy corn casserole recipe!
Kara Marks says
Looks like a great recipe–thanks!