10 Corn Casserole Recipes
Rich and sweet, corn is the perfect star to these savory casseroles. Layered with flavorful ingredients like cornbread mix, spicy peppers, and plenty of cheese, these easy casserole recipes are equally good on your holiday dinner table or just with you next weeknight meal.
Cream Cheese-Corn Casserole
Our Cream Cheese-Corn Casserole is so creamy and decadent, it's basically like you're eating queso with a spoon. It's perfect for potlucks and gatherings, and makes a great addition to any holiday table. If you can't find or just don't care for pepper jack, use a blend of cheddar and Monterrey jack. You can also serve this as a dip instead. Simply add more milk, and perhaps cheese, until you reach your desired consistency, or use an immersion blender. Turn leftovers into dip, or combine them with chopped, cooked chicken, cubed potatoes, and chicken stock to make a spicy corn chowder.
Easy Corn Casserole
Making the most of convenience products, this corn casserole comes together quickly as an ideal side dish for chili, spicy pork, or chicken.
Elote Corn Pudding
This creamy side is inspired by the iconic Mexican street corn snack. It gets lots of flavor from salty Cotija cheese; look for it with other Mexican cheeses in your grocery store. Or you can substitute queso fresco or feta cheese or grated Romano cheese.
Zucchini, Squash, and Corn Casserole
Soft, white breadcrumbs double as a feather-light binder and golden crumb topping. To make them, pulse torn slices of day-old sandwich bread in the food processor.
Tee's Corn Pudding
This classic recipe has a rich, soufflé-like texture without the hassle. The result is an impressive holiday side dish the entire family will love. We like to add chopped fresh chives on top.
Parmesan Corn Pudding
Test Kitchen Tip: Purée half of the frozen corn in the food processor to create a creamier texture and fresh, off-the-cob flavor.
This is the one dish that Tasia's son, Kelly, requests every Thanksgiving. Take one bite of the rich custard and you'll know why.
Corn Fritter Casserole
This moist, sweet-savory side dish is a cross between corn bread and corn pudding. You can use 1 1/2 cups fresh corn kernels in place of the canned corn, if you prefer.
Tangy Corn Casserole
Great for brunch and summertime celebrations, this side dish gets a little kick from a dash of hot sauce.
Corn pudding is a specialty of the rural South. This recipe, which uses 5 cups of kernels, is great when you have a bumper crop of corn. Frozen, thawed kernels can be substituted when corn is out of season.