Cinnamon-Sugar Corn Casserole

"This is a great casserole that warms over well when baked ahead of time. From "Little Rock Cooks" cookbook."
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  • Heat 1/2 cup butter and 1/2 cup sugar in a medium size pan until butter melts.
  • Stir in flour and blend well; remove from heat Gradually stir in milk Add eggs and baking powder and mix well Fold in corn and pour into a buttered 2 quart casserole Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes or until a knife comes out clean when inserted near center Brush with melted butter Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.

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  1. txaes2001_
    Good for kids. Hubby liked the cinnamon but overall, it was way too sweet. I used half & half instead of the evaporated milk so needed to cook it longer. Might be good with sugar cut in half.
  2. nclpalacios
    Very yummy. Followed the directions and turned out amazing. Just couldn't help to think how fatting this was. But so good and worth every calorie.
  3. gailanng
    Picture this...fuzzy slippers, sweat suit with elastic waste and a bowl of Corn Casserole. All things of comfort. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.
  4. Melody Pond 1
    Really good. I also made it for a potluck and brought very little home. Was just a bit sweet for me, may cut a bit of sugar next time. Very good, though.
  5. karen
    I like corn casseroles, and the cinnamon-sugar was a nice addition. I have to admit that it was a bit rich for me, and since I'm trying to eat healthy, it's not one that I'll likely make often. I followed the directions exactly, other than cutting the recipe in half and using frozen corn instead of canned.


  1. RevDev
    I made this for a potluck and everyone really liked it. I used frozen corn instead of canned and I didn't spread on the melted butter before adding the sugar topping.
  2. Cynna
    Flavor in this was great! I decided (with other reviews considered) to omit the sugar/cinnamon topping and to go with breadcrumbs instead. Grrrreat! I used half canned corn and half frozen and made the mistake of not thawing the corn before adding it to the casserole. I had to use paper towels to soak up the excess moisture from the casserole, and it worked just fine that way! I served this with Classic Roast Chicken and Gravy Recipe #105016 and Skinny Mashed Potatoes Recipe #145147 and had quite the feast. Thanks for sharing!



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