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I was looking for a recipe that used creamed corn because I had a couple of cans that were soon to expire (I've never actually made creamed corn but my husband LOVES corn, so he had purchased some a while ago and of course HE didn't cook it! lol) I doubled this recipe and steamed a couple backs of veggies (one pack of broccoli and one pack of broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower). I followed the rest of the recipe pretty much spot on accept I only had about 8 Ritz crackers left so I crushed and sprinkled those around then I substituted the rest with Italian bread crumbs and I added garlic and onion powder to the vegetable mixture. Atop the bread crumbs I sliced thin slices of margarine every inch or so, then I sprinkled with shredded cheese and crumbled bacon. It was DELICIOUS! The only reason I give this recipe a 4/5 instead of a 5/5 is that it was a little looser than I would have liked it to be, so next time I will play around with the recipe a little. Maybe next time just ONE can of creamed corn and another can of plain, drained corn kernels. GREAT recipe though, I would definitely recommend it. Quick, easy, and CAN be filled with vegetables! (I accidentally deleted the picture that I took of it, it looked SCRUMPTIOUS!)

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SpiceIsLife July 05, 2014

Thanks for an easy and delicious recipe. I needed another side for Thanksgiving and this was a good combination of 2 favorite veggies--broccoli and corn. The sweetness and creaminess of the corn went well with the broccoli and the buttered crumbs browned to a nice topping.

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jean November 28, 2009

This was a nice new way to combine corn and broccoli. I didn't have creamed corn, so I made a white sauce (1 tbs. butter and flour, 1 cup milk) and used regular canned corn and freshly steamed broccoli. I was trying to save some calories and omitted the butter topping, but the crackers still turned out crusty and good. Thanks for posting BlueHyacinth. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado July 21, 2009

This was absolutely delicious...one of my favorite ways to combine corn & broccoli. The whole family loved it. The cracker crumbs really add something special.

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Lparmoc March 03, 2008

No stars since I changed the recipe so much-- but it was yummy! I added a pound of chopped ham, and in place of creamed corn I used one can regular corn and one can cheddar cheese soup. It turned into a nice supper dish that I'll probably make again.

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AmyMCGS May 23, 2006

This is a great vegetable dish! I brought it to a family gathering, and there was no left overs! I used fresh broccoli, and just upped the cooking time by 10 minutes....perfect! Thanks for a delicious new addition to my vegetable cookbook!

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~Leslie~ December 29, 2005

This is a wonderful, quick side dish to fix. I followed the recipe exactly, but just added about 1/4 cup of shredded cheddar cheese. The whole family enjoyed this. Thanx for sharing. I'll be making this again.

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*Parsley* September 13, 2005
Corn & Broccoli Casserole