This Jiffy Corn Casserole Recipe is an Easy Classic Side Dish!
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Make sure to clear a spot on your holiday dinner plate for a slice of this sweet and savory corn casserole recipe!
Everybody loves this 6-ingredient side dish, especially with turkey dinner!
Some call it cornbread pudding or cornbread casserole, but it sure is a quick recipe with just a few simple pantry ingredients that easily bakes up into something special and delicious. It’s a perfect one to consider sharing during the holidays or year-round, honestly!
Corn casserole is an old-fashioned sweet and savory dish and is a combo of Jiffy corn muffin mix with creamed and whole-kernel corn. This along with butter and sour cream make a dreamy casserole that you will want to dive into! I love how it comes out buttery, rich, and super creamy instead of plain cornbread.
If you are like me and love the holiday side dishes maybe even more than the main dish, this is for you! Plus this is a pretty economical recipe as it costs less than $10 to make in groceries.
We tend to stick to the original recipe from JiffyMix.com except for using the normal 14-15 oz cans of corn, instead of the 8 oz. cans it usually calls for.
Jiffy Corn Casserole Recipe
yield: 6 SERVINGS
prep time: 10 MINUTES
cook time: 35 MINUTES
total time: 45 MINUTES
Sweet and savory corn casserole is made with canned corn and Jiffy corn muffin mix as an easy side dish.
Extra tips for making this easy corn casserole recipe:
- This idea serves 6-9 people depending on how big you slice it, but can easily be doubled for a larger crowd in a 9×13 casserole dish. This is what we sometimes do to ensure leftovers. The baking time may be a few minutes longer. You’ll know it’s done when the middle is set and the sides are browned.
- I have not personally tested it, but have read you can compile all of these ingredients and make the casserole in a Crock-Pot instead of the oven. Try cooking on high for 2-3 hours until cooked through.
- Feel free to mix things up and use various add-ins. Some people add cheddar cheese to the top and mix in cooked bacon pieces, chopped jalapenos, or green chiles. This is super versatile and easy to cater to taste.
Bring on the buttery Jiffy corn casserole!
This is my husband’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish his family always made growing up. I wasn’t really familiar with it until my mom-in-law made it and to him, it’s not the holidays without it.
Do you also make corn casserole? Let us know in the comments!