• Old Fashioned Corn Pudding

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    0sharesPinterestFacebookTwitterYummly Jump to Recipe Print Recipe Old fashioned corn pudding is a fast and easy Thanksgiving side dish. This simple recipe is filled with the fall flavors of sweet corn and goes well with just about any main dish. As a bonus, you can put this together the night before and slip it in the oven an hour before dinner-time! What is it? This easy corn pudding is an easy side dish that goes with just about anything! If you’ve seen our scalloped corn recipe or our recipe for creamed corn, you know we love simple corn side dishes! We use 6 eggs in this corn pudding and a little bit of flour to help thicken it up. The result is a custard-like side dish the whole family gobbles up. What’s in it? Eggs and heavy whipping cream form this corn pudding into a heavenly sweet and savory side dish. A little baking powder give is a little rise and some seasoning of your choice makes it yours! How to make it (See the full recipe at the end of this post.) We make this corn pudding in 9 x 13 casserole dish but you can give it a rustic flare and use a large cast iron skillet as well. You can also make this in a Dutch oven. In this recipe, we use a couple of mixing bowls. But I’m not gonna lie, I’ve made this many times using just single bowl and adding all of the ingredients together. How simple is that?! Beat the eggs in a bowl.Add the cream.Add the corn.Stir in the dry ingredientsThe last step, before eating this corn pudding, is baking it for about 45 minutes. Until it’s a golden-brown and delicious-looking color! Pro Kitchen Tips Use large eggs and make sure they are at room temperature. This will help enhance the baking process. Here is an easy way to quickly get eggs to room temperature.For added convenience, use a bag of frozen corn. (Make sure you thaw it first.)Be sure to grease the bottom and sides of your baking dish, to keep the corn pudding from sticking.To save time on Thanksgiving, put this together the night before. Seal and store it in the refrigerator until ready to bake the next day.FAQ Can I use canned corn? You can use canned corn for this recipe. Make sure you drain off the liquid before adding it to the mix! Can I make gluten-free corn pudding? You can easy make this a gluten-free recipe! Instead of flour, use some arrowroot starch, tapioca starch, or xanthan gum. What goes with corn pudding? This easy side dish goes great with anything. Here are a few of our favorite recipes to serve with it: Roast TurkeyMeatloafRoast ChickenPork TenderloinTurkey Tenderloin We hope you’ll try this old fashioned corn pudding. It’s super simple to make and even easier to eat! Please drop us a comment and let us know how you like this recipe. We love hearing from you! 📖 Recipe Old Fashioned Corn Pudding Old fashioned corn pudding is a fast and simple Thanksgiving side dish that anyone can make! 0 from 0 votes Print Pin Rate Prep Time: 10 minutesCook Time: 45 minutesTotal Time: 55 minutes Servings: 10 people Calories: 401kcal Cost: $10 Equipment9 x 13 baking pan Ingredients¼ cup sugar3 tbsp flour2 tsp baking powder2 tsp salt6 eggs large2 cups whipping cream½ cup butter meltedsalt and pepper to taste1 pinch nutmeg and cayenne pepper6 cups corn fresh or frozen InstructionsPreheat your oven to 350° F. Using a medium-sized mixing bowl, combine the sugar, flour, baking powder, and salt and set aside. In a large mixing bowl, beat the eggs using a fork. Stir in the whipping cream and butter and then gradually add the flour mixture. Stir until well-combined and smooth. Next, stir in the corn and additional seasonings. Pour the mixture into a greased 9 x 13-inch baking pan. Bake for 45 minutes until the top is golden brown. Allow to set for 5 minutes before serving. NotesTo reheat leftovers: Microwave on 50% power for 1 minute (or until warm.) Reheat in the oven, covered in foil, mat 300° F for 12 minutes. On the stove-top over medium-high heat, in a saute pan. NutritionCalories: 401kcal | Carbohydrates: 28g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 31g | Saturated Fat: 18g | Cholesterol: 188mg | Sodium: 633mg | Potassium: 375mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin A: 1369IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 95mg | Iron: 1mg Made This Recipe?Show me what you made on Instagram or Facebook and tag me at @plattertalk or hashtag it at #plattertalk. 0sharesPinterestFacebookTwitterYummly

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