Simple Corn Casserole

"A simple to make, rich side dish--as much a staple at my family gatherings as the paper plates!"
 
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
1 pan
Serves:
9
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine everything but the cheddar cheese.
  • Pour into greased 8-inch casserole.
  • Bake at 425° for 45 minutes.
  • Top with cheddar and bake and additional 5 min or until cheese is melted.
  • Let stand for 10 minutes before serving.

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Reviews

  1. debgcampbell
    This has been a staple at our church potlucks and there is never any leftovers. The corn is sweet and the casserole is moist - don't over bake!
     
  2. TishT
    Thank you for a great addition to our Christmas table. I was going for a homey Southern meal and this hit the spot. Thanks so much:)
     
  3. SuzTheQ
    This was very good, and SO easy to put together! Will definitely make again. Thanks Jesse!
     
  4. LizzieBug
    I regularly make a version of this casserole with butter and eggs instead of cream cheese, and being a southern girl I was afraid I would miss the butter taste. But I honestly didn’t. I used reduced fat cream cheese and sour cream and it came out so rich and creamy that no one would have guessed. Thanks for a new twist on one of my family’s favorites!
     
  5. quit2k
    This cooked up fine with no problems. I REALLY DISLIKED the flavor. I found it unpleasantly sweet (even with the cheddar on top) and the baked corn was gummy. After a piece or two I pulled off the cheddar, ate that, and threw out the rest !!
     
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  1. LizzieBug
    I regularly make a version of this casserole with butter and eggs instead of cream cheese, and being a southern girl I was afraid I would miss the butter taste. But I honestly didnt. I used reduced fat cream cheese and sour cream and it came out so rich and creamy that no one would have guessed. Thanks for a new twist on one of my familys favorites!
     

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