Corn casserole recipe in a crockpot, sometimes called Jiffy corn casserole, cornbread casserole recipe or corn casserole pudding, is a perfect side dish for any time: side dish of Thanksgiving, Christmas recipes, or even summer BBQ sides! And, bonus? Kids LOVE this easy recipe!
CORN CASSEROLE RECIPE EASY!
If you’re looking for an easy side dish for Thanksgiving, last minute easy Christmas recipe, or even for a potluck, this crockpot corn casserole will be your new favorite friend (and everyone who tastes it will love it).
It’s definitely a favorite corn pudding southern dish! (Sometimes, with Southern corn pudding, you’ll find that people add sugar. We don’t make ours with sugar.)
Throw a few ingredients in a slow cooker in the morning, and this corn with cornbread casserole is ready to go just a few short hours later!
How do you make corn casserole from scratch?
- Sour cream or cream cheese
- Corn muffin mix
- Cream style corn
- Whole kernel corn
- Melted Butter
Can you add corn to Jiffy Mix?
Yes, you can add corn to Jiffy mix! A corn casserole recipe with Jiffy Mix is super easy and a great side dish for any meal, holiday side dish, or any season of the year.
Do you eat corn pudding hot or cold?
This sweet corn pudding, also called corn casserole or cornbread pudding, is best served hot. However, some people do eat this corn pudding bread at room temperature or cold.
Does cornbread casserole need to be refrigerated?
Yes, you should refrigerate corn casserole. Let it cool to room temperature and then place in a refrigerator safe storage container for the refrigerator.
How long does corn casserole last in the fridge?
Corn casserole can be refrigerated in a covered airtight container for up to 5 days after making the recipe.
Can you freeze corn casserole?
You can freeze a cream corn casserole recipe. Allow the dish to cool to room temperature. Place in a single layer in freezer safe bags or containers and then store in freezer for up to one month. Bring to room temperature before heating at at 350 degrees.
Best Corn Casserole Recipe
We make this corn casserole with Jiffy cornbread mix (in those small boxes), but you can actually make it with any cornmeal that you would use for a cornbread recipe.
The trick to making this a creamy corn casserole pudding recipe is to make it a corn casserole with cream cheese or sour cream!
If you like the Cracker Barrel corn casserole recipe or the corn casserole Paula Deen recipe, you’ll love this one, too!
Right This Very Minute Children’s Book paired with Corn Casserole Recipe
We decided to pair our corn casserole recipe with Right This Very Minute: A table-to-farm book about food and farming by by
One of the things that I think is really important when cooking with kids is to have discussions on where our food comes from—and how it’s not the grocery store!
This book is the perfect discussion tool for that.
What’s great about this book is that it also covers modern agricultural practices (and not just people who look like Old MacDonald, like in many picture books).
This book will take you on a journey of discussing how different foods make from the farm all the way to our table for eating in a celebration of not just food, but also farming.
Listed Age Range: 5-7 years
How To Make Corn Casserole Recipe in Crock Pot
We made this a crockpot corn casserole recipe, but you can also make it a baked creamed corn casserole.
Grease a glass casserole dish and place mixed ingredients into dish. Bake at 350 °F for 25-35 minutes or until set.
- 2 (15-ounce) cans of corn
- 2 (15-ounce) cans of cream corn
- 1 stick of butter, melted
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 8 ounces sour cream or 8 ounces cream cheese
- 2 (8.5 ounce ) small boxes of corn meal mix (like Jiffy corn muffin mix)
- Spray crockpot with non-stick spray, or line with crockpot liners.(See recommendation below.)
- Mix together all ingredients, pour into crockpot.
- Cook on cook on high for 2 hours or on low for 4 hours.
- Serve hot immediately.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 243Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 81mgSodium: 197mgCarbohydrates: 15gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 4g
Nutrition information is estimated. Changes to the recipe and use of different brands may cause changes to the nutritional information to vary slightly from the ones provided here.
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