How to make creamy corn pudding casserole just like Grandma use to make for the holidays!
As many of you know I record my videos about a month or so in advance. Therefore I was done recording all of my Christmas videos for the year. While recording, I kept thinking that I was forgetting something. I knew that I had overlooked a recipe, but I wasn’t sure which one. During a recent conversation with my friend Denise( from Be My Guest With Denise ..visit her, tell her Rosie sent ya 😉 ), she suggested that I should record a corn pudding video. I didn’t know what the heck she was talking about, but the way that she described it, it made my freaking mouth water.
After our conversation, I called my older cousin TJ, and asked him if he knew of such recipe. I wanted to know if I had ever had it ( I have a habit of making up names for stuff!) After talking to him, I realized that I have had it! I had no idea that it was called corn pudding. My butt had calling it ” that corn stuff” for years. LOL!! Anyways, I remembered that I made it one year, but I decided to NOT make it again, because it was a trigger food for me. Meaning, I damn near ate the whole dish… By myself! Oh, I am so ashamed!
Any who. I decided to take take Denise’s suggestion, and make the corn pudding, aka that corn stuff for y’all.. Just don’t ask me how much I had. I just couldn’t help myself!
So what is corn pudding?
People make corn pudding so many different ways, so I will describe my corn pudding. This corn pudding is a creamy mixture of whole kernel corn, and cream corn. The corn is tossed is a sweet creamy mixture made of eggs, butter, flour, and more. It is then baked until it is golden brown. Once done it has a “pudding” texture. Corn pudding while warm, and is usually served as a side dish ( like candied yams) during the holidays such as Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Looking for more for dishes to add to your holiday menu? Check out these recipes!
- Southern Green Beans
- Cornbread Dressing Recipe
- Slow Cooker Candied Yams
- Baked Candied Yams
- Sweet Potato Pie
- Peach Cobbler Bread Pudding
Down below is my video tutorial on for this corn pudding casserole( aka southern corn pudding). Be sure to check it out, and also follow me on Pinterest!
This corn pudding is made with fresh corn and creamed corn blended together, then baked up to lessen the "pudding" texture and turn it more towards an easier to serve casserole.
- 2 15 oz cans of creamed corn
- 1 15 oz can of whole kernel corn, drained
- 1 cup melted unsalted butter
- 4 large eggs
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/8 tsp ground nutmeg
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 8.5 oz package of sweet corn bread mix
Add the eggs into a large mixing bowl, then beat until everything is 1 color.
Add in the creamed corn, and whole kernel corn. Mix until well combined.
Now add in the sugar, ground nutmeg, and vanilla.
Add sour cream, and mix or fold in.
Pour in the melted butter, then sprinkle in the corn bread mixture.
Mix everything until it's well incorporated, then pour the mixture into a buttered 9x13 bake dish.
Bake on 350 F, for 35-40 minutes.
Remove from the oven, and let sit for 5-7 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!