Corn Casserole, made easy from pantry ingredients!

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I have shared this recipe for Corn Casserole before, but it is hidden deep in the archives in a story about work. I have shared a number of stories about work, mainly because I truly enjoyed what I did for a living prior to my own retirement. Those years were enriching as I learned as much about me, as I did my residents and my tenants in Senior Housing. Even now from time to time, sweet memories will float forward and I will recall an endearing moment or something as straight forward as this delicious recipe!

I like this recipe for many reasons. It is a recipe that can be made on the spur of the moment, from a well-stocked pantry. It is tasty! It is frugal. And it is fun to make with kids, there aren't many steps but crumbling the soda crackers is especially fun for little ones to help the cook. And don't we all need more easy and delicious recipes, made easily from pantry ingredients, in our lives? 

And it is perfect to share at a potluck, which is where I first enjoyed it. I hope you give this Corn Casserole a try. And Laurie who originally shared this delicious dish would be so proud!

Corn Casserole, a potluck Favorite.
Corn Casserole.

So Easy Corn Casserole
adapted from: Laurie!
updated 02/2020
350-degree oven

1 16 oz can whole kernel corn - do not drain
1 16 oz can creamed corn
1 egg
8 soda crackers
butter, to dot the top!
salt and pepper to taste if desired

In a large bowl, beat the egg, add salt and pepper if desired. Stir in the cans of corn. Crumble the crackers over the top, stir in to moisten.

Corn Casserole, made from pantry ingredients.

Butter a 9-inch square glass pan, turn the corn mixture into the pan. 
Do not cover. Dot the top of the casserole with butter.

Bake 45-50 minutes or until the top is golden brown, crusty and a knife inserted into the center comes out clean.


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  1. That sounds so yummy and easy to make too. Pinned.

  2. So simple to make and sounds delicious! I'm visiting from Friday Favorites.

  3. Your Corn Casserole will be a great side for any meal, it sure looks good. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and hope you are having a great week!
    Miz Helen

  4. Wow! Super easy! This would be a great starter recipe for a young chef to whip up!

    Thanks so much for sharing at the Homestead Blog Hop! Hope you come back again soon!


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