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My husband's aunt made this for holidays and I took over when she passed. I lost the recipe for her version one holiday season and found this one, knowing only that it seemed similar. It is much better though and only my husband and I know that I make this recipe instead of the original because it is better. *Don't hate* There are comments of the sweetness and lessening the sugar but it is almost like a dessert to us. We like the sweet. However I most times will double the recipe because we are a large family but I DO NOT double the butter. Whether or not the recipe is doubled the butter can be soaked up by a good quilted paper towel before serving. It pools so using less is probably not a deal breaker. ALSO, What makes this for us is the fact that I use Kentucky Kernel Seasoned Flour (I am in KY so not sure if YOU can find this locally). When using KY Kernel you can omit the pepper. Also, I had many problems with this setting the first hand full of times it was made but I found that if you turn the oven off and just let it sit it will do better OR leave it in longer - as long as it is not burning it will be delish. Just keep and eye on it if you are waiting for it to set. It stays warm for a while so wrapping it in a towel and transporting it is perfect for small distance travels during holidays. One warning is that people do not always willingly try this. It is "just corn" to those that don't know better and it gets passed over for other casseroles/sides, etc but it is really not "just corn" so sometimes you have to talk it up a bit for it to catch on. ;) It is even great cold, ya'll.
I also got this recipe from Taste of Home, and we love it too. However, the last several times I made it, I use only 1/4 cup of sugar.
This was horrible. Soupy, and never set. Threw the whole thing out. I've made corn pudding before and I'm pretty sure I used more than 3 TB of flour..
I was skeptical of this one, but it was absolutely delicious. I have been trying a different corn pudding every year searching for the perfect one. This was so easy, I thought - how good could it be? Well, everyone loved it and I liked it better than any other corn pudding I've made so far. I'll be making it again for Christmas. I followed the recipe exactly and I was worried that it would be too sweet, but it was a lovely compliment to the more savory dishes I prepared. Thanks for sharing the recipe - so simple - it is a real keeper.
I made this last night at it was FANTASTIC!! I added 1/2 tsp. of vanilla extract and the flavor was amazing!! My BF and I loved it!!
I used just creamed corn and cut the milk just a little and it was wonderful, just as good as Mom used to make. Thanks!
This is a 20 star recipe. Followed the directions exactly and it was to die for. We are looking forward to having it again soon. Thank you so much for posting.
The older women in my family have always made this corn pudding, but of course no one wrote down their recipes. This taste just as good as theirs. They were proud of me.
I followed the recipe exactly, but there was way too much liquid and it never quite "set", it was soupy. It was also way too sweet, I would use less sugar. Other than the above, it tasted good! Just didn't work for me, I guess...
Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!Fabulous CORN PUDDING!!! It was sooooooooo good. Took it to a friends place and was gone in almost 10-15 mins of my arrival. Will certainly make again!!! Also will try to make it with less butter. Thank you soooooo much for posting this recipe!!!