I used fresh corn in this recipe and the corn was a little old. I think the recipe would have been better with fresher corn. I will make this recipe again as I really enjoy corn puddings of all kinds.
Colonial Corn Pudding
judithrus Posted: 12/24/08
SueBrown Posted: 11/27/08
We had this as part of our Thanksgiving dinner. We made it the day before up to the step of pouring into a pregreased dish. We stored it in the refrigerator and finished the preparation on Thanksgiving day. We used an 8" round casserole dish. It made a wonderful presentation. The oyster crackers gave it a very interesting texture. Even the children enjoyed it. We made a special effort to "lighten" up our Thanksgiving recipes this year. For a "light" dish, I thought this one was especially good. We will definitely have it again.
MindiChicago Posted: 11/23/08
This is a good 'filler' item for a meal, but nothing special. Needs something more added -- definitely salt, and maybe peppers to spice it up. Seems to lack flavor and was bland. Think it would be better doctored up a bit!
kateg1 Posted: 11/28/08
Made this for thanksgiving and the whole family loved it. It was very easy and we will make it again.
Katelaine Posted: 12/12/08
This was more like chunky cornbread than corn pudding (at least how I've had it)---very dense. That said, the flavor was good. After reading other reviews I added 1/2 can of diced green chiles, which gave it a very nice kick. Without I think it would have been very plain. Next time I will increase the salt and perhaps mix in the cheese--the 'crust' on top didn't do much for me.
fiorentina04 Posted: 12/31/08
Like other reviewers here, I found this recipe nothing like a real pudding. It was very dense and heavy, and extremely bland. I know, it's corn pudding, it's not supposed to have a lot of flavor. But I've had a good spoon bread before, and it had much more flavor than this. The texture is the main problem though. It's dense and chewy. I'll try the plain spoon bread recipe instead.
RenoTX Posted: 10/22/10
I made this as a "test run" as a potential addition to our holiday menu this year. It was a hit at our house. We've never had corn pudding before, so we didn't have anything to compare it to. To us (southerners) it was like a moister, chunky cornbread with a yummy cheesy topping. I added a few dashes of tobasco to the batter b/c I knew it would be probably be too bland as written, and I used crushed unsalted saltines instead of oyster crackers. We will definitely be adding this to our holiday menu rotation.
abndgrrl Posted: 02/17/09
My 6 year old made this almost all on his own, he love it, and was so proud of himself. It was tasty and nice as a side with small steaks. I made it a day ahead and then reheated. It was good the next day. We made as directed, except used crumbled up ritz instead of oyster crackers. Would be good with chicken meal as well.