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CORN CASSEROLE

Easy to make Corn Casserole for your holiday table. Corn Casserole is one of those simple dishes that everyone looks forward to eating. Creamy, sweet and salty goodness!

This corn casserole includes Cream Corn, whole Corn, Corn Muffin Mix, Butter, Sour Cream, Milk, Sugar, Egg, and Bacon.

This corn casserole includes Cream Corn, whole Corn, Corn Muffin Mix, Butter, Sour Cream, Milk, Sugar, Egg, and Bacon.
Easy to make Crock Pot Corn Casserole for your holiday table.  Corn Casserole is one of those simple dishes that everyone looks forward to eating.  Creamy, sweet and salty goodness!

Corn Casserole with Bacon

I guess they just go together: Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Indians, and Corn Casserole.   It is sometimes called Corn Pudding.

When you have to bake so many dishes in your oven during the holidays, do not forget about your crock-pot.  Corn Casserole works great in the crockpot.  Once it gets done, just turn the crock-pot to warm.  It will keep the casserole warm, and you will not have to reheat it just before serving it.  Do not try to cook this corn on high.  I have tried it, and it will burn around the sides of the slow cooker.

Corn Casserole In The Oven

If you decide to fix this Corn Casserole with Bacon in the oven, it takes about 45 to 60 minutes to bake half this recipe in a 9 x 13 glass dish at 350 degrees.  Check the center of the casserole with a toothpick after 45 minutes.  It will not come out clean, but it should not look wet.  A think corn pudding should be stuck to the toothpick.  Test the center to make sure it is baked and not runny before removing it from the oven.

What makes my corn casserole extra special?

It is bacon!  Corn and bacon go perfectly together.  It is an extra step to cook the bacon hard and then crumble it on the corn while it is cooking, but it is so worth it.  The easiest way to fix bacon is in the oven

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CROCKPOT CORN CASSEROLE RECIPE – I adapted this recipe from Fix-It and Forget-It cookbook.  I always top this casserole with bacon.  It goes well together.

Easy to make Crock Pot Corn Casserole for your holiday table.  Corn Casserole is one of those simple dishes that everyone looks forward to eating.  Creamy, sweet and salty goodness!
Easy to make CrockPot Corn Casserole for your holiday table. Corn Casserole is one of those simple dishes that everyone looks forward to eating. Creamy, sweet and salty goodness!
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Casserole with Bacon

How about Crock Pot Corn Casserole for your holiday table?   It is one of those simple dishes that everyone looks forward to eating. Creamy, Sweet and salty goodness!What is in this Corn Casserole?  Cream Corn, Can Corn, Corn Muffin Mix, Butter, Sour Cream, Milk, Sugar, Egg, and Bacon. 
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time40 mins
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Cheesy corn, corn, Easter Recipe, Easter Side Dishes, easy recipe, slow cooker, Thanksgiving side dish, Thanksgiving Sides
Servings: 16
Calories: 296kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 14.75 ounces cans whole kernel corn with juice
  • 2 14.75 ounces can cream style corn
  • 2 boxes corn muffin mix If you can find Marie Callender’s Cornbread Mix, I highly recommend it You need 3 cups of muffin mix.
  • 1/2 cup butter melted
  • 8 ounces sour cream
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 pound bacon cooked hard (see my oven fried bacon recipe)

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients and add to a crock-pot that has been sprayed with a cooking spray.
  • Top with the hard-cooked and crumbled bacon.
  • Cook for 40 minutes or just until it thickens and sets in the middle.
  • Use a 9×13 baking dish.
  • This recipe serves about 16 people. If I am not serving a lot of people, I do half the recipe. I have also doubled it for a larger crowd of 30. You will have to adjust the cooking time. It will depend on the size of your crock-pot.

Nutrition

Calories: 296kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 18g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 37mg | Sodium: 451mg | Potassium: 148mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 10g | Vitamin A: 155IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 41mg | Iron: 1.1mg
This corn casserole includes Cream Corn, whole Corn, Corn Muffin Mix, Butter, Sour Cream, Milk, Sugar, Egg, and Bacon.

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Sweet Potatoes

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Beans and Peas

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12 thoughts on “CORN CASSEROLE”

  1. I have a lot of frozen corn I would like to use. Is that a problem with this recipe? Are there any adaptations I would need to make?

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  2. Hi~!
    I just made this over last night for our church’s Thanksigiving Luncheon today. I modified the recipe to make 1.5 times the amount. It turned out a little runny but it tasted GREAT!!! Everyone enjoyed it very much.
    Thank you so much for the awesome recipe!

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    • Kelli,

      This crock-pot corn casserole will serve around 16 people. If I am not serving a lot of people I do half the recipe. I have also doubled it for a larger crowd of 30. You will have to adjust the cooking time. It will really depend on the size of your crock-pot.

      Blessings and thank you for the great question.
      Diane Roark

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    • Joe,

      We really love this corn casserole. I especially like making it in my crock-pot. It has been over a year since I doubled this recipe for the crock-pot. It seems like it took about 4 1/2 hours. Cook it on low, especially when you are doubling the recipe. The edges will cook much faster on high. I would allow extra time when making this to make sure it gets done. You could always put it on warm if it finishes cooking early.

      I am sorry I do not know exactly how long it took to cook this recipe when I doubles it.
      Blessings and thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment.
      Diane Roark

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  3. I made this recipe for a work potluck – it was a huge hit! Delicious and super-easy to prepare. I mixed it up last night, refrigerated it, and this morning cooked it on high for 3 hours, then low for two. (It seemed to have a bit too much liquid after the first 3 hours, but the extra two on low took care of that.) Everyone loved it, and my crock-pot is scraped clean!

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  4. when you cook this — can it be the night before? and if so do you put it in the fridge overnight and just reheat in the morning or can you leave it out on the counter over night — THIS LOOKS FANTASTIC!

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    • Yvette, This corn casserole is truly delicious. If you are eating it for lunch or dinner, I would just put it in the crock-pot 3 to 4 hours before serving it. It cooks in 3 hours on LOW. I have mixed the ingredients the night before and placed them in the crock-pot put the lid on it and place the entire crock-pot in the refrigerator. I do this for most everything I fix in the crock-pot. 3 to 4 hours before you serve it place the entire crock-pot in the base and turn it on. I hope this helps. Have a great Thanksgiving and thanks for stopping by recipesforourdailybread.com Blessings, Diane Roark

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