Sunday, November 20, 2011

Baked Corn Casserole: Thanksgiving Feast 2011

This is a family-favorite recipe from my husband's side of the family and everyone loves it. We try when we can to go to Oregon for Thanksgiving, I am so thankful for those memories. My adult nieces are going to be there with their families, my brother-in-law from Washington with my niece and nephew (who I haven't seen in forever). I am a little sad that my husband and girls are not going to be able to make it this year and although I am bummed, I am happy that I am able to take my little guy Justin up there (we haven't been in a few years). It will be a really cool mother-son trip and we are taking the train (Justin is praying for snow). Living in Southern California there is NO snow. About 12 years ago my husband took my step-son on the train and they still talk about it today. I hope my son has those same great memories. I know for sure that this corn casserole will be on the menu for Thanksgiving dinner.

Thanksgiving Feast
Turkey with Apples & Butter
Olive Garden Bread Sticks; Copycat Recipe
Pepper Jack Macaroni & Cheese
Crash Hot Potatoes from Pioneer Woman
Grandma's Baked Corn Casserole
Cranberry & Sausage Stuffing
Cranberry-Pomegranate Sauce from Pioneer Woman
Grandma's Pumpkin Bars

Baked Corn Casserole
from my mother-in-law Charlotte

1 heaping spoon of flour (about 2 tbsp)
3 eggs
1 tbsp sugar
salt & pepper
1 can Cream of Corn
2 cans regular Corn, drained
1 tbsp of butter, melted

Whisk together flour, eggs, sugar, salt and pepper then set aside. Mix together all three cans of corn and butter. Add the egg mixture to the corn mixture and place into an 8x8 baking dish. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes and/or until it starts to bubble in the middle. Serve Hot!


  1. Hi Tina! I ended up making this for Thanksgiving & it was a hit! I usually just serve plain ole canned corn & was actually not even going to have corn since it's sooo boring. But, I saw this & knew it'd be perfect to make & it was :) Thanks for sharing!

  2. This is a holiday and picnic staple at my in laws place and I did a search for a recipe today to make to have with BBQ chicken (suppose I could have just called my MIL) and anyway, yours is the exact type of recipe I was searching for. Many of the others used cornbread mix or cheese in the recipes and that wasn't what I was looking for. Thanks so much!



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