Baked Corn Casserole

"A friend of mine used to bring this to all of our parties. It's quick to assemble, delicious, travels well and can be frozen."
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Ready In:
1 pan




  • Heat oven to 350.
  • Melt stick of butter in 13x9 pan.
  • Mix all other ingredients, except cheese, in a bowl until well blended.
  • Pour in buttered dish.
  • Top with cheese.
  • Bake for about 45 minutes til brown on top.

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  1. There was not even a kernel of corn left in the pan and everyone asked for the recipe. Need I say more? Cornbread mix, what a great addition for a corn casserole. I did not change a thing but did need to bake about 10 minutes longer.
  2. Junebug, you made me a star at a family get together. Now I have to email everyone the recipe. So easy to make and carry. It was voted the best dish. I also baked it 10 more mintues.Thanks a bunch!
  3. This is a great corn recipe; super easy to assemble. Deleted the pimento and increased cooking time about 10 minutes. A new family favorite!
  4. We celebrated an early Thanksgiving meal with several families from our church . One of my contributions was this casserole and it was very well received ~ especially by the men. I prepared this as directed except for the addition of a bit more cheese on top. I'll definitely cook and serve this again!
  5. I started making this and realized I was out of cheese and had no peppers!!! So I changed this alittle. I used 2 boxes of the cornmeal mix, and added 1/2 cup of chicken stock. I used a capfull of Extra Spicey Mrs. Dash and 16 oz. of sour cream. For the cheese I used about 1/2 a jar of queso cheese dip and upped the temp to 400 degrees. It was a hit and not a drop was left, Thanks for posting this, it was yummy. And next time I`ll be more prepared. ;)


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