Sweet Corn Casserole

Casserole dish with sweet corn casserole baked in it

This is another easy, peasy recipe that is simple and delicious. I got this recipe from my soon-to-be-daughter-in-law’s mother, Barb. Barb reads my posts regularly, so I thought it best I give credit where credit is due. Thanks, Barb!

I like to make this recipe when we have company. I made this recently for our family of seven, and they polished it off. Too bad as the leftovers are just as delicious. In the case of a large group (maybe once the vaccine is widely distributed), the recipe does not double well – the middle does not get cooked. However, if you need that much, it’s easy enough to make two batches!

Ingredients:

Stove top showing bowl with mixed ingredients
  • 1/2 cup butter (softened)
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 egg
  • 1 can whole kernel corn
  • 1 can cream style corn
  • 1 package corn muffin mix

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Mix butter, sour cream, and egg.

Stir in the corns.

Blend in dry muffin mix and spoon into greased casserole dish.

Bake one hour until it is puffed up, golden brown and crispy on top.

Enjoy, and bask in the compliments.

Single serving of sweet corn casserole in a small Fire King peach lustre bowl
Yum Yum!

23 comments

    • Well, I am glad the recipe isn’t something you’ve seen before – at least not exactly. I was wondering if anybody would notice the peach lustre Fire King glassware. I am not surprised at all that it was you! Enjoy the day!

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    • Yes, it is so good. I am thinking of making it sometimes for even just Dan and I. There’ll be leftovers, but we will enjoy them! Thanks for reading, and have a good day!

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  1. Thanks for the credit Betty, although I got this recipe from someone I used to work with. It is easy and delicious and I’m glad you continue to make it. Our family loves it, too!

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  2. Grammi introduced me to corn casserole many years ago. It’s one of her signature dishes. She learned from her mother how to make it when she was a young girl growing up in Central Illinois. She usually makes it for holidays, potlucks, picnics, or whenever there’s a craving for some home cooked comfort food. She didn’t make it on New Years Day though. Instead, she made my southern traditional black eyed peas and colored greens. Yummy! Happy New Years.

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    • I have never tried black eyed peas or colored greens. They both sound a little scary to me. However, if I have an opportunity, I will take a little bite. How’s that for bravery? Thanks for reading, and have a wonderful day.

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  3. Just the kind of recipe we like, easy and just a few ingredients. Thanks for the recipe, we can’t wait to give it a try. 👍🏼❤️😋

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    • You’re welcome! I hope you like it! I don’t post many recipes, but the only ones you’ll see on my blog are “easy and just a few ingredients.” Thanks for reading, and enjoy your day!

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    • What a great recipe to pass down! I made this when the kids were here over the holidays, and it was a big hit!! Thanks for reading, Tana, and enjoy your day!

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