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Easy Southern Corn Pudding

Happy Saturday ladies! We are cooking ribs on the grill today and I was going through my recipes to see what kind of sides I could make and I came across this gem! I usually only make this on big occasions like Thanksgiving, Christmas or a big get-together. I’m going to shake things up this weekend and surprise my family with one of their favorite dishes.

I used to make big dinners and make things like this a lot when the kids were smaller and when Barry and I first got married. You girls know I was “showing off” my cooking skills so I could sweep him off his feet LOL! As time went by I was cooking less and less. I was traveling, I was tired and all the good take out spots were on speed dial. Now that I am working from home, I am feeling the urge to start cooking and baking again, you know my family is loving this!

I first tasted this at a work Thanksgiving dinner, my boss at the time made this and gave me the recipe. I can’t take credit for it…she was and still is a great cook…so all creds go to her! I instantly fell in love and this is another one of my dishes that come back empty when we have big get-togethers. Hope you enjoy!!

Corn Pudding

Ingredients:

  • 1 box of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix
  • 2 eggs slightly beaten
  • 1 stick of melted butter
  • 1 can whole corn (drained)
  • 1 can of cream corn
  • 1 cup of sour cream or an 8 oz. container

Mix everything together and pour in a 9 X 13 casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 – 45 minutes. The top will look golden, I stick a butter knife in to make sure it’s cooked thoroughly.

Hope you girls enjoy this one! It’s super easy and it is delish!

Thanks for stopping by the blog and have a great day girls!! XOXO

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8 Comments

  • sandy

    Anything on the grill is so delicious and ribs never disappoint and they are so easy to make on the grill. I have to admit that I have never made or eaten corn pudding. Since we have fresh sweet corn in our freezer, that is what I make if we are having corn as a side dish and I’m not sure my family would eat it any other way…LOL I bet you are making one of your yummy desserts to go with your meal. I wish I had your same urge to cook as I’m struggling with enjoying it…the thinking of what to make…the process to make…the clean up the kitchen…maybe it’s just so many years of having to cook since my hubby and I farm and had livestock that it was an everyday thing I had to do. I really get lazy about it anymore but now your ribs are sounding yummy so may have to see if I have a rack in the freezer for next week. We are heading out soon for a family reunion lunch. I’m excited as our two grandkids will be there and it’s been a couple weeks since I’ve gotten grandma hugs and kisses so it will be a good day ! Enjoy your day Beverly and your yummy supper tonight!!!

    • Beverly

      I felt the same way about cooking-I was so sick of it lol!! I don’t know why I’m catching a new love for it, but I am!! Now what kind of dessert can I fix?? I’m going to look through my recipe book and find something. I will take pics and post it next week. You know it’s got to be easy lol!! Have fun today!! ❤️

  • Kelly Palmer

    Good morning! I am up early this morning and hoping that I can get the bonus room situated before I have to leave for work this afternoon. This recipe looks very similar to one that I have and like you I usually only make it at Thanksgiving or big gatherings. My recipe is called Corn Casserole and the ingredients are 2 cans of creamed corn, 1 package Jiffy corn bread mix, 2 eggs and 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter. Combine all of the ingredients, stir well then pour into a sprayed 2 qt casserole/baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. This size is good for 4-5 people but if you want more to have leftovers you can double the recipe and bake in a 9×13 dish for 45-60 minutes. To check for doneness the top will be slightly golden brown and if you put a knife in the center it will come out a little wet but not drippy. If you wait until the knife comes out clean it will be dry. I am praying that you have a great day!!
    P.S. I forgot to tell you that we have decided to join the church that we have been visiting and will officially become members during the service tomorrow morning! 🙂

    • Beverly

      I’m so happy that you guys have found a church home. I was thinking about that the other day!! This recipe is moist, it must be the sour cream. I love an easy casserole dish lol. Good luck in getting your room ready. I hope you are feeling better -still praying!! ❤️

    • Beverly

      Oh the squash casserole is so good!! This is another favorite of my kids so it’s super good too!! You know how picky kids are!! Lol

  • Johnna

    Another simple & easy recipe. You’re filling up my recipe box. I can’t wait to try it. I’ve been so busy lately I haven’t been commenting but I have been reading. Hope all is well😊

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