Buttery Corn Puddin'

"Yummy, creamy, wonderful. These are the words to describe this casserole. Easy comes in there too."
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  • Combine corn, flour, sugar, milk, eggs & 1/4 cup of butter in bowl.
  • Mix thoroughly.
  • Pour into 1 1/2 quart casserole greased with remaining 2 teaspoons of butter.
  • Bake at 375° for 45 minutes or till set.

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  1. I sure am glad this recipe popped up !!! Just what I needed to go with our roast pork.. Sure is yummy... sure is creamy .. .sure is wonderful... and no doubt about it - easy !!! We loved it and will be having again soon and often..Thanks
  2. I made this for my husband and now he pesters me all the time to make this. It is absolutely wonderful. Everyone whom I make it for has the same enthusiastic response.
  3. I doubled this and stirred in an additional can of whole corn kernals for added texture, then cooked in a 9X13 pan. So amazingly good. It was gobbled up in no time!
  4. This was delicious and I will be making it again. I used the frozen "tube" of creamed corn. I added one cup of extra sweet whole kernel frozen corn. I did not make any other changes to the recipe. I actually assembled it the night before, refrigerated it, and then left it in the oven on time bake while I was at church on Sunday morning. It came out just fine. I do think I might reduce the sugar just a tad next time.
  5. Such a simple recipe but so good! We had this tonight with pork chops and garlic bread. Everybody loved it.


  1. Fabulous comfort food! Versatile enough for company with room for variations. These ingredients are always on hand. Soy and rice milk work well for the milk. I substituted corn meal for the flour and added a dash of tabasco and some onion powder. Some bacon bits are the next change. I've tried similar, more complicated recipes without better results. Thanks for a winner.
  2. According to my partner, this turned a "great" meal into a "perfect" meal. This was so easy to make (mix the flour with the melted butter before the other ingredients to avoid flour lumps). I have a feeling this will become a staple side dish in my household. It was even tasty the next morning for breakfast with a little maple syrup! I may try substituting the flour with masa harina in the future as an experiment. Thanks so much! :-)


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