CORN PUDDING is a classic holiday side dish recipe. Your holiday table isn’t complete without this easy corn pudding recipe! This delicious side dish is the perfect complement for Thanksgiving foods such as turkey and greens or Christmas favorites, especially ham. YUM! Find out how to make corn pudding with this recipe.
Easy Corn Pudding
Corn Pudding is the perfect mix of creamy and savory. This easy corn pudding recipe is the best holiday side dish.
Corn Pudding is a game changer for the holidays. Can I admit something? I’ve never had it before now…I KNOW! Can you believe that? I didn’t know what I was missing. Something about the words corn and pudding just don’t go together in my mind, but now I know how wrong I was. It’s nothing like what I expected.
Regardless of my initial hesitation to try it, this easy corn pudding recipe is now a holiday favorite for me. It pairs beautifully with Turkey and Stuffing at Thanksgiving, or Ham and all the fixins at Christmas. This side dish is a simple and delicious recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser on any holiday table. It’s comforting, EASY, pretty, and so delicious! Classic Corn Pudding for the WIN!
I’m so glad I learned how to make corn pudding so that I can make it for every single holiday meal from now on!
Learn how to make corn pudding with this easy corn pudding recipe. You’ll want to make it for every single holiday from now on!
Best Corn Pudding Side Dish
Whether you call this Corn Pudding or Corn Souffle, it’s delicious either way. This easy corn pudding recipe has a creamy component but also the full corn kernels, which I really like. Sometimes the simple recipes are the best for the holidays. I have a tendency to try to dress up and change all the traditional recipes, but this one is great just how it is.
We thought about adding some bacon, and although that’d be delicious, I don’t think it really needs it. These flavors just go so well together on their own. They’re all you need for the perfect side dish!
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How to Make Corn Pudding
I love this easy corn pudding recipe because it’s a simple thing to make for the holidays. There are so many things to cook and prepare at the same time, and this recipe won’t take up too much of your focus during the chaos. It does take up to an hour to cook in the oven, but you don’t even need to think about it during that time. And prep is only 10 minutes, so you can get it cooking in no time.
How to Make Corn Pudding:
- Stir sugar, flour, baking powder, salt, & red pepper flakes together
- In another bowl, whisk together eggs, cream, & melted butter
- Add sugar mixture to egg mixture as you whisk
- Stir in the corn (if you’re using bacon, add it in here)
- Pour the pudding into baking dish
- Cook the it for 45-60 minutes at 350°F
Easy prep and it comes out as a hot and delicious side dish ready to eat.
Can you reheat corn pudding?
If you have leftovers, keep them! Store it in the refrigerator (cover the baking dish with aluminum foil or plastic wrap). To reheat it, put it back in the oven at 300°F until it’s warm. I recommend covering the dish while it heats up to retain moisture.
Make your Mama proud with this easy Corn Pudding recipe. You can’t go wrong with this side dish. It compliments so many flavors and it is just right for any holiday spread. Now that you know how to make corn pudding, you’ll be making it for years to come.
See the recipe card below for full details on How to make Corn Pudding. Enjoy!
If you like this recipe, try these other holiday side dishes:
- Cheesy Garlic Herb Scalloped Potatoes
- Creamed Corn Recipe
- Homemade Cranberry Sauce
- Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes
- Honey Balsamic Roasted Carrots
A recipe from my childhood! Would it be okay to use half and half in place of the cream? That is all I have at hand at the moment. Thanks…
I am sure you can give it a try!
This is good
do I cook the frozen corn first?
You don’t have to. Merry Christmas!
Maybe I need a chef make it.
There is a *See note after the fresh corn kernels ingredient but I don’t find the note. Did I over look it or is not included?
Love your recipes!!
I can’t find the the note either. I hope I can use frozen corn.
So sorry Dana and Charles! Totally forgot that. I’ve updated the recipe to read 3 cups fresh or frozen corn kernels :)