Ready in 1 hour 20 minutes
Yummy side dush for Thanksgiving or Christmas meal!
"I made this corn pudding as a side dish for my Christmas meal. Just because it's called "pudding" doesn't mean it's a dessert. Everyone loved it! This is a simple and delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing your recipe!"
Preheat oven to 400?.
Grease a 2 quart casserole dish.
In a large bowl, lightly beat eggs.
Add melted butter, sugar and milk.
Slowly whisk in cornstarch.
Stir in corn and creamed corn.
Blend well and pour mixture into prepared dish.
Bake for 1 hour.
lboogie000000 2m ago
filiope 1y agoHuge hit on my Thanksgiving table, and I had a spread. I used frozen corn for a fresh taste.
samdavis1 4y agoThis was a great hit on my Sunday dinner.. Hubby even liked it.. Just 1 thing, don't stir 1/2 way thru, does'nt look as pretty.
Neek1218 4y agoNever had before, made it and was beyond delicious. Sweet and didn't have a runny texture. Definitely recommend to try!
Devine14 4y agoExcellent! Need to add teaspoon of vanilla extract.
BlizzardCooks 7y agoI made this corn pudding as a side dish for my Christmas meal. Just because it's called 'pudding' doesn't mean it's a dessert. Everyone loved it! This is a simple and delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
BillDSmith 8y ago[I posted this recipe.]