Creamy Corn Casserole

What are your favorite holiday recipes? Here is an easy side dish recipe for Creamy Corn Casserole to make this Thanksgiving.

Creamy Corn Casserole RecipeBefore I started going with Brian to Thanksgiving at my in-laws, I have never really thought about how different families have special dishes that they always serve at their Thanksgiving dinner. Growing up, my family had its own traditions and my mom made the dishes we loved including some of the ones that she grew up having. One of the things that my mother-in-law always makes is corn casserole or corn pudding. I had never even heard of a corn casserole before that first Thanksgiving with my in-laws and am so happy that they introduced me to this delicious Thanksgiving side dish.

This is week 4 of the Holiday Progressive Dinner and this week’s wonderful sponsor is Rachael Ray Oven-to-Table Stoneware from PotsandPans.com. My contribution to the menu is Creamy Corn Casserole inspired by Thanksgiving with my in-laws but before I get to the recipe, I want to tell you about this week’s giveaway!

Rachel_Ray_Oven_To_Table_StonewareOne person will win a set of Rachael Ray Oven-to-Table Stoneware that includes 2 oval bakers and  a  3.5 quart covered casserole! I got to try out the 3.5 quart covered casserole and I love everything about it! I like the bright cheerful color, the large size, the comfortable handles, the cover and the fact that I can bake in and serve from the same dish. It feels heavy duty and durable.

Rachel Ray StonewareThe recipe I made doesn’t need to be covered while cooking but having the lid available is a bonus when cooking things like turkey or pot roast. The cover is also helpful for those times when you want to bring a dish to a party. You can prepare it at home, put the lid on to transport it and serve it right out of the same pan. It is safe to use in the microwave, dishwasher and freezer. It can be used in the oven up to 500 degrees! The dish is glazed and non-porous. Stoneware helps to cook food evenly. Want to try out some of the Rachael Ray Stoneware for yourself? Enter the giveaway below!

Creamy Cornbread RecipeTo make the creamy corn casserole, beat softened cream cheese in a large mixing bowl. Beat in eggs, onion powder, black pepper, salt and sugar. Blend in cornbread mix, cheddar cheese, butter and milk. Stir in cream-style corn and sweet corn.

Corn Side Dish RecipePour into the greased casserole dish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees for 50-55 minutes or until set.

Thanksgiving Recipes Corn CasseroleMove the Rachael Ray Stoneware dish from the oven to the table and enjoy the Creamy Corn Casserole!  It might even become one of your favorite holiday recipes.

Creamy Corn Casserole Recipe
 
Recipe adapted from Copper Country Favorites Cookbook
Author:
Recipe type: Side
Ingredients
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 3 eggs
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon black pepper
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 small package corn muffin mix (Jiffy 8.5 oz box)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 2 cans sweet corn, drained (15.25 oz)
  • 1 can cream-style corn (14.75 oz)
Instructions
  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese.
  2. Beat in eggs, onion powder, black pepper, salt and sugar.
  3. Blend in cornbread mix, cheddar cheese, butter and milk.
  4. Stir in cream-style corn and sweet corn.
  5. Pour into a greased casserole dish.
  6. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees for 50-55 minutes or until set.

Holiday Progressive Dinner Week 4 Recipe Links

Antipasto Kebabs at Daily Dish Recipes

Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Chicken for Two at Adventures in All Things Food

Creamy Corn Casserole at The Gunny Sack

Vegetable Medley with Cream Sauce at Flour on My Face

Butter Toffee Pound Cake with Vanilla Brandy Caramel Sauce at Busy-at-Home

Dinner RecipesHere are my holiday progressive dinner recipes from weeks 1, 2 and 3:

Mom’s Famous Bone-In Ham, Mashed Potato Puff and Cheese Fondue.

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Comments

  1. Jen says

    This recipe looks yummy! I will be baking it tomorrow for our family thanksgiving! Can I prepare it tonight and throw it in the oven tomorrow? Can’t wait to try it :).

    • Tonia says

      Hi Jen,
      I have never tried making it ahead of time but from what I’ve read, preparing it ahead of time might cause it to not rise as well. I think you would be better off baking it ahead of time and then heating it before serving. I’m not sure if you can tell in the picture but it has a little bit of a crust on the top and reheating in the oven might help make the top crispy again. I’ve reheated leftovers in the microwave and they were delicious so that would work too. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Thanksgiving!
      ~Tonia

    • Tonia says

      The Rachael Ray dish I used is a 3.5 quart size that measures 11 x 7 x 2 1/2. If you don’t have the same dish, you can use a 9×13. Happy Thanksgiving! ~Tonia

  2. Rachel says

    Question for Tonia (the gunny sack lady): I am going to make this for thanksgiving. I was wondering if this cheesy corn casserole will do well if I make it the day before and bake it on the next day.

  3. Cindy A. says

    Thank you so much for offering such a lovely and generous giveaway. I would love to try any of the casserole bakers!

  4. Susan R. says

    I intend to try your in-laws’ Corn Casserole on Thanksgiving. It sounds delicious, and looks so nice in its red dish.

  5. Amanda Christensen says

    I would love to try the 3.5 quart covered rectangular casserole in red. It would look so pretty on my Christmas table!

  6. Whitney Pulliam says

    My mom makes a similar recipe except she uses a Mexican Cornbread mix instead of a regular and adds pimentos!

  7. says

    hi Tonia, I was thinking about including a corn casserole this year on our menu and you have made it an instant decision! Thanks for the inspiration and please send that RR casserole dish my way 🙂

  8. says

    Watched on QVC. Very impressed! Food comes out easily, the casserole is clean & handles to help carry! It is perfect!! PURPLE my favorite color! I would love the 3.5 qt. covered.

  9. Suzy says

    …it’s like a child choosing, “I want this one” = ) Love the color red and the choice of using the lid or not–would be delighted too set my table with either set—so please to see the corn recipe featured for the holiday-my daughter-in-law has been making this for our Thanksgiving feast for us to enjoy past few years–quick-easy-delicious!! thanks Tonia!!

  10. Meredith B says

    I love this recipe! I haven’t made it with cream cheese, but this sounds amazing! And I love these dishes. 🙂

  11. Brenda Lilley says

    I would dearly love winning the 3.5 quart covered rectangular casserole! Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful dish!

  12. Cathy says

    Hi there
    LOVE this idea for the casserole and the give away
    Thanks for the recipe and the chance to win!!! anything 🙂
    Cheers

  13. Laura Ruscetti says

    Are you kidding!! Which one do I like the best, all of them! But……if I had to pick, the square covered casserole in Red would be my favorite.

  14. Esther T. says

    Really like the 4.25 qt covered oval casserole in yellow. Great cheerful color. Thanks for the giveaway, and have a safe and happy holiday season.

  15. says

    Wow! This looks extraordinary and it is definitely going into my Thanksgiving menu! I love holiday traditions and I’m guessing this recipe will become one of ours. Thanks so much for sharing it!

  16. ColleenB. says

    I have never made or tried corn casserole but sure does sound wonderful.
    I would first use the Covered Rectangular Casserole if I should happen to win.
    Thank you for this opportunity
    ColleenB.
    Texas

  17. Deb Harris says

    I really be happy with any of them. If I had to choose 1, I’d choose the lg. covered casserole, having the cover is a nice bonus.

  18. Gayle Shepherd says

    I would love any of the covered bakers. I am always running out of casserole dishes for my Thanksgiving sides!

  19. Andrea says

    I’ve never tried any of the Rachel Ray baking pans but after reading this, I think we would get along quite well. I think it’s time to swap the old Pyrex pans for new Rachel Ray pans. Changing up T-giving too & trying the corn casserole recipe. Thanks!

  20. Alonna says

    I would love to have the covered casserole. I have some other Rachael Ray stoneware pieces. They are great for the cooking, serving, storing and reheating of all types of dishes. Having a covered casserole would be a welcome addition.

  21. MeganM. says

    I’d love to try out the casserole pan. My last one broke and I haven’t been able to replace it. And this recipe sounds so yummy!

  22. Gayle Gooding says

    Help question…I know how to pin (of course), but what link am I suppose to be posting. I’m using an Android phone.
    Thank you!

    • Tonia says

      Hi Gayle,
      I didn’t set up the Rafflecopter and without entering it myself, I can’t see all of the options. So, to be sure I know what you mean, are you asking how you post your link to your pin in the Rafflecopter? If so, you can find the link by going to Pinterest, sign in and when you click on your name in the upper right corner, a drop down list will appear. Choose “Your Pins” and click on the pin that you want the link to. It will show up full screen. Now, copy the URL and paste it into the Rafflecopter.

      An easier way to do this is, right after you pin something, a box shows up with a red button that says “See it now”. If you click that button, you will be brought directly to that pin and you can grab the URL.

      Thanks for entering!
      ~Tonia

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