Damn Good Corn Pudding – the name says it all. This stuff is SO GOOD! I could make a meal out of this yummy side dish. SO easy to make and feeds a crowd. Flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, red pepper flakes, cumin, coriander, eggs, butter, heavy cream, green onions, creamed corn, frozen corn kernels. Perfect for cookouts, tailgates, potluck and holiday dinners. Seriously THE BEST! #corn #casserole #sideidsh #thanksgiving #christmas #potluck
Best Corn Pudding Recipe
The name says it all – Damn Good Corn Pudding! This recipe is adapted from 12 Bones BBQ in Asheville, NC. We had lunch at 12 Bones on our most recent trip and really enjoyed it. I got the Corn Pudding as one of my sides and it was DELICIOUS!!! I immediately bought the 12 Bones Cookbook on my phone and bookmarked this recipe to try at home.
This Damn Good Corn Pudding is a great side dish for the upcoming holidays, cookouts, tailgates, potlucks. It is super easy to make and it is SO freaking good. I could just eat this Damn Good Corn Pudding as my main dish. I honestly can’t get enough of it!
How To Make Damn Good Corn Pudding
This Damn Good Corn Pudding is very easy to make. Start with beating together eggs, heavy cream, and butter. Next add some creamed corn, green onions, and corn kernels. Finally stir in flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cumin, and coriander. Pour the corn pudding into a baking dish and bake.
I made this Damn Good Corn Pudding in a 9×13-inch pan. The cookbook says to use a larger pan. I made it in the larger pan and it was dry and more like a cake with corn in it. I made the casserole again in the 9×13-inch pan and we both agreed it was much better. It tasted just as good as it was in the restaurant.
I used a frozen Silver Queen Corn in this corn pudding. It is my favorite corn. If you have fresh corn, you can most definitely use it in this recipe. You can kick this dish up with a couple of cans of green chiles for Damn Good Southwestern Corn Pudding.
Can Corn Pudding Be Frozen?
Corn Pudding for Thanksgiving and Christmas
This Damn Good Corn Pudding is already on our Thanksgiving menu. It will serve 8 to 10 people. If you don’t have that many people, you can certainly half the recipe. I always make the whole recipe so we can have leftovers. This stuff is SO good. I need leftovers!
This Damn Good Corn Pudding isn’t just for the holidays. We love this casserole all year long. It is great with grilled chicken and pulled pork as well as the holiday turkey and ham. Here are a few of our favorite recipes from the blog that go great with this Damn Good Corn Pudding:
- 7 Layer Salad
- Southern Squash Casserole
- Make-Ahead Pocketbook Rolls
- Smothered Green Beans
- Pineapple Casserole
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