One Dish Corn Casserole

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Oh my stars, folks . . . my little family ate well last night.  Because I wanted to get a few recipe posts up to share with you all, we feasted on Broccoli Cheese Casserole, this Corn Casserole, Homemade Yeast Rolls (recipe in a bit), Mac & Cheese and Salads (I figured I need to throw something healthy in there ~ right?) My kids and hubby were so happy ~ we might just have to have Thanksgiving Side Dish Dinner once every week or two around here.


I'm telling you what, we suffer for you guys. 😉


Here's how to get started on the easiest ever recipe I've found for Corn Casserole. Let me know what you think.



  • 1/2 cup melted butter
  • 1 can corn, drained
  • 1 can creamed corn
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 package corn bread mix (8.5 oz)
  • 2 eggs


  1. Heat oven to 350.
  2. Combine all ingredients, pour into lightly greased casserole dish.
  3. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes.
  4. Enjoy!


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  1. I came back hoping to read some comments on this one (corn casserole). I don’t normally experiment with new recipes when planning to serve to others, but I’m going to try this one for the first time today for a church potluck dinner.

    Hope it is another winner like most of the recipes you’ve recommended. I think that is actually my favorite thing about your website — your real world, do-able, yummy recipes! Thanks!

    • I think you’ll love it – but let me know! I wish more folks left comments on the recipes because it does make it easier to see if they’re worth trying or not. (But in all honesty I rarely comment either, so I appreciate you saying something!) So glad you like the recipes (I sure have fun making them!) 🙂

  2. Just happened to see this. This recipe is s family favorite. So easy and so good. Don’t hesitate to make.

  3. This corn casserole is a serious staple at our house! I use basically the same recipe but w/o eggs and w/ about 6oz of sour cream. My son’s best friend is allergic to eggs (and nuts) and his whole family joins us for Thanksgiving every year so I’ve become a bit creative. About the only thing I’ve not managed to eliminate eggs from is the pumpkin pie – I think my husband would go BALLISTIC if I even considered tampering with his beloved pumpkin pie! (Fortunately, the egg-allergic young man doesn’t like pumpkin all that much anyway – he generally scarfs down huge quantities of my homemade fudge instead!)

    Oh, FYI, you can do this casserole in the slow cooker as well!

  4. I have been making this for years, my children always request it I also like to add a splash of vanilla. Most delicious recipe ever!!

  5. Charla Gray says

    Laurie, my grandmother passed down the same recipe you have for corn casserole and it is a family favorite. I generally double the recipe when we have company. The only difference in the recipes is that her’s uses 8 oz French Onion dip (prepared) in lieu of the sour cream. You can purchase the dip in the refrigerator section at the grocery store. I think it makes a delicious addition to the casserole. Charla

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