A simple 5 ingredient decadent dish? Yes! Easy and delicious, this corn casserole is just the thing to whip up if you’re looking for a savory side or a filling main course.
Let’s face it. There are times you want something yummy and have very little time to make it. Dump recipes have been a favorite of mine for quite some time.
These little dandies typically show up at potlucks or various family get togethers. No reason not to make these simple recipes for your own table! I’m a believer in the More is Better theory so I’m offering some ideas of options you could add into this corn casserole but be SURE to play with some flavors yourself! This recipe really lends itself to all kinds of different spices and seasonings or even meats and cheeses. Have fun with it and create a new family favorite!
If you need a bit of extra encouragement in the kitchen or just want to laugh along with my bestie, Gigi and myslef check out the video we made. You can watch as Cerina and I put together this quick and delicious side dish and see for yourself how great “dump style” recipes can be. To be honest, it’s hardy enough to carry the dinner with a nice side salad and maybe some crispy bacon scattered on top!
A simple 5 ingredient decadent dish? Yes! Easy and delicious, this corn casserole is just the thing to whip up if you're looking for a savory side or a filling main course.
- 1 stick salted butter melted
- 8 oz sour cream
- 8.5 oz package of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix
- 1 can corn do not dump out liquid
- 1 can creamed corn
- salt and pepper to taste
- It seems the cans range from 8.5 ounces all the way to over 14 ounces. Just use a single "standard" can of water packed and a single "standard" can of creamed corn.
Melt the butter in a saucepan or microwave.
In a large mixing bowl, dump both cans of corn (along with all the liquid from the fresh packed corn) along with the sour cream and box of muffin mix. Stir to combine.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Pour into a 8" x 8" glass baking dish.
Place into a 350° oven for one hour.
Remove from oven and serve piping hot!
How about: crispy bacon or ham sprinkled on top? Maybe 1/2 cup cheese or some carmelized onion. What about fresh or canned chilies? Perhaps some extra spices like garlic and onion powder or maybe cayenne pepper? This is definately a recipe that will lend itself to some fun experiments!
Let me know if you tried the recipe and what goodies you may have added!
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