EASY CORN CASSEROLE

Easy Corn Casserole - The Southern Lady Cooks

Easy corn casserole is an old-fashioned recipe we have made for years. This casserole is so easy to throw together anytime you want a great side dish with very little work.  It’s wonderful for any meal or a great weeknight dish to serve your family.  My family has always loved any kind of corn.  We can eat our weight in fresh garden corn or fried corn and this recipe is no different.  You can make this in one bowl and pour it into a casserole dish to be baked in the oven.  It is good reheated and keeps several days refrigerated. This recipe could be doubled for a buffet or to take to a large gathering.  You might also like our recipe for our favorite green bean casserole.

Ingredients Needed for this Easy Corn Casserole:

All-purpose flour

White granulated sugar

Salt

Black pepper

Evaporated milk (could use regular milk)

Butter, melted

Frozen or fresh whole kernel corn, no need to thaw if frozen

Creamed corn

Eggs

Recipe Comments: “I found your recipe several years ago and now this corn casserole is on our table every Thanksgiving and Christmas. My entire family loves it!”-Shawna

“So easy and my family loved it! Definitely reminds me of the corn casserole my Mother made for us years ago. Another great recipe!”-Janice

If you like this recipe, you may want to try Skillet Creamed Corn. It’s only five ingredients and so simple!

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Easy Corn Casserole - The Southern Lady Cooks

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5 from 5 votes

Easy Corn Casserole

This casserole make the perfect side dish. Easy to make and great for any occasion. 
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time45 mins
Total Time1 hr
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American, southern
Keyword: Corn Casserole, easy corn casserole, easy side dish
Servings: 6
Author: The Southern Lady Cooks

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon white granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 cup evaporated milk could use regular milk
  • 1 stick or 8 tablespoons or 1/2 cup butter melted
  • 2 cups fresh or frozen whole kernel corn no need to thaw
  • 1 14.75 ounce can creamed corn
  • 2 eggs

Instructions

  • In a large mixing bowl whisk together the flour, sugar, salt and pepper.  Add milk, melted butter, frozen and creamed corn.  Stir with a spoon.  Add eggs and stir.
  • Pour into a casserole dish.   I used a 10 x 10 casserole dish and bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 45 to 50 minutes until the center is set and casserole is brown around the edges.
  • I usually stir this halfway through the cooking process.   Makes 6 to 8 servings.

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19 Comments

  1. Can anyone tell me how this would work without the sugar in it? Corn is usually sweet to me anyway. Would like to try it without the sugar but don’t want to mess up the whole dish!

  2. Absolutely delicious! Great thanksgiving side. It actually rescued it, I thought I’d save time and order the dinner ready made. And it wasn’t very good ☹️ But I made this and we all loved it. Thank you!5 stars

  3. Can’t wait to make this. I like that there is no cheese or sour cream. Think the corn flavor will really be the star.

  4. I found your recipe several years ago and now this corn casserole is on our table every Thanksgiving and Christmas. My entire family loves it!5 stars

    1. There is a pin icon at the bottom of every recipe on our site. If you can’t see it, then you have a blocker on that isn’t allowing you to view it.

  5. I have found almost all of mine, and I have plenty of it, at yard sales and flea markets….check Google, there is probably a lot of it for sale online. Good luck

  6. So easy and my family loved it! Definitely reminds me of the corn casserole my Mother made for us years ago. Another great recipe!5 stars

  7. Made this casserole along with your bacon popovers. Easy enough even for a man to make and both came out great.5 stars

  8. Most true old fashioned corn casseroles, corn puddings and cornbread puddings all have eggs in them. I’m from the South and always make corn puddings and casseroles with eggs.

    1. Hi, the corn casserole sounds great. As reading the ingredients and then the directions I noticed it calls for flour, but doesn’t say how much unless I’m just not seeing it in the ingredients. Help, thanks

      1. It’s the first ingredient listed on the list of ingredients. It is 1/3 cup of all-purpose flour.

  9. So sorry to hear this recipe did not work for you, Tess. It has been a favorite of my family for some time now. Never had a complaint to date but not everyone is going to like every recipe. We all love quiche, too. Hope you have a wonderful week ahead.

    1. My aunt made this for us as kids growing up. He taught me how to make it. We called it corn pudding or corn pie. She added a teaspoon of vanilla and a half cup of suger. No salt or pepper. That’s the only difference in the recipe.

  10. Trying contacting Corning Ware directly. Same thing happened to me, but I haven’t had the time to search. Good Luck.

  11. I will be trying this recipe! I have a question re: the blue corn flower Corning ware casserole dish. Where can I find one like this with a glass lid? I made a casserole and carried to someone who had surgery. Went to pick up dishers and found they had broken my dish. I had had it for 50 years!
    If someone can help me, I would greatly appreciate it…

    1. I found mine at a flea market, Bette. I have seen them at antique malls and such but don’t know where you could just go buy one. You might look on ebay. Maybe, someone else will see this and know something. Sorry about your dish.

    2. Check out the thrift stores in your area and estate sales. I have found several pieces of Corning ware in these places. Happy hunting!

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