I have been making this recipe since I first saw it in the magazine in 2004 (I still have the recipe I clipped). Not only is it delicious on Thanksgiving, but also with bbq, chili & so on. This Thanksgiving there were just four of us and my husband and son are gluten intolerant so I substituted a gluten free corn bread mix that was not as sweet as the Jiffy mix. It was the best version I’ve ever made and could be enjoyed by all.
I followed the recipe exactly, except i used regular cream cheese (full fat) and it came out perfect. Family was skeptical but once they tried it, they were in corn casserole heaven. I will be putting this on my favorite side dish list. Can totally see making this for a holiday like christmas.
I used a can of Mexican style corn instead of canned corn, omitted red pepper. It turned out perfectly. It was a hit with people who like cornbread, but didn't convert the those that don't. I'd make it again.
I made this as a side dish (of many) for Christmas dinner, and it was delicious. Everyone loved it, and my mother-in-law was too slow and never got a taste :) I am actually making it again this morning so she can try it out!
This is a great-yet-inexpensive recipe for potlucks. It's also easy to make. If you use Jiffy cornbread mix, it will turn out both sweet and savory. It goes great with pork, turkey, or chicken. I always use 3/4 cup chopped onion and 3/4 cup chopped red peppers. I've made it several times, and everyone loves it!
Made this to go with slow-grilled tri-tip and baked beans. Added two finely chopped Serrano peppers to add a small amount of heat ...absolutely delicious!
I made this with our Christmas turkey. It was amazing! Barely any leftover.
I made this for mothers day and everyone loved it will make again.
This is really great with a spicy chili, particularly black bean. Sometimes we'll put it in the bowl and ladle the chili over the top. It's snowing and I'm making both today. Mouth is already watering.
This was very bland and no one in my family liked it. Was disappointed based on the other great reviews. Not a keeper for me. Sorry.
I gave this 5 stars because it has a great taste and was incredibly easy. Made this for a Memorial Day BBQ and it really complimented brats and burgers. Loved the texture (like a fritter). I agree with other reviewers that it is a bit sweet and for that reason I think I might add some green chiles or jalapeno next time. Will definitely make again.
Good, but a bit too sweet for me. Might be a good contrast to a spicy entree.
Followed recipe exactly. It was great. We had it for Easter with ham and there wasn't a spoonful left. Several people asked for the recipe. Will definitely make again.
Very easy recipe, which I love! My Dad said this was the best corn pudding he had ever had! This will definintely become a staple in our family. I did add some diced green chilis.
This was really good. It was perfect for a holiday potluck up at work. Good comfort food. I doubled the recipe which made quite a bit so I could fit it in a 13x9, but it actually made enough for that size and for an 8x8!
I've made this for at least the last three years and it's always a big hit and highly requested. I've made it twice this holiday season, once for Thanksgiving and once for Christmas Eve. I'm making it again for another party for New Year's Eve. I always use low-fat or regular cream cheese and add green chilies, but this time I am going to use the jalapenos for a little kick. I always double the recipe, and if there is any leftovers, I freeze it in single servings to use whenever I need a quick side dish. It's quick to put together and is great to take to a large gathering as it goes well with all meats or fish. Try it and I'm sure you will make it again and again.
Great. It is so good we make it for our Mobile Meals clients at my church.
We really enjoyed this - it struck a nice balance between sweet and savory. I used reduced-fat cream cheese, and 2 whole eggs.
This was quite good- I liked the texture. I do wish that it was a tad bit sweeter. I served this with Black Bean Soup.
This turned out very well. I changed a few things based on what I had on hand. I only used about 4oz of cream cheese, added about 1/2 cup shredded cheese mix and a bit of milk, used 2 full eggs instead of egg whites, added one fully chopped green chili, and 1 can of creamed corn. Will definitely make again. Would go great with chili!
Moist and delicious. I actually used it as a topping for a "shephard's pie" instead of mashed potatoes. Worked great for that but I would be just as happy as a side dish. I was very surprised the fat free cream cheese worked in this recipe. I normally don't like it but you will not miss the fat in it. I could not get my cream cheese and butter to full dissolve but that did not seem to effect the final result ether.
One of my new favorite recipes! It's a wonderful side dish for so many different meals. Tonight we are actually making it with oven baked BBQ chicken.
This is fantastic! I made it as written except that I added chopped jalapeno as others recommended. I served it with Instant Black Bean Soup from this site. A delicious meal.
This was absolutely delicious! So moist and had a great sweet flavor to it! Red bell pepper added a nice flavor and texture. Will definitely be making this again!
Very tasty. Served w/BBQ pork tenderloin, Blazin' Baked Beans and Peanutty Slaw. Great foil for the spicy beans. Used lowfat cream cheese and Arrowhead Mills whole grain corn muffin mix. Will definitely make again!
This recipe was great. I love corn bread and this was an excellent twist on it. I'm not a big fan of red peppers so I left them out and it still had a lot of flavor. My very picky toddler loved it too. We had plenty for leftovers and ate the rest the next day. It warms up well in the oven.
Rave reviews from guest! I took advice of other reviews and added a finely diced jalapeno...good idea! I also used light cream cheese instead of fat free (not a fan of the texture). I also had to cook 55 minutes. I seved with chili and Penutty apple slaw (yum). Would be great with BBQ or Thanksgiving dinner.
Pretty good. The only change I made was adding a small can of diced green chilies. Had lots of compliments.
I've been making this for years and always like it. It is particularly good with smokey meats, chili and spicy black bean soup. We often put it in the bowl and put the soup on top. Heaven.
Wow! This is even better than I thought it would be. I didn't change one thing and I am glad I didn't. The onions and red pepper add nice flavor and the corn adds a delicious sweetness. I will make this again and again.
I have made this about 10 times and it is wonderful. It goes really well with a baked ham. It makes a great side dish. My whole family loves it!
This was really good. After reading reviews I added a few tablespoons of chopped jalapenos, without which I think it may have been rather bland. I also think it needed more salt, although my husband didn't. I don't have an 11 by 7 pan, so I made it in a 9 by 13 cake pan. It turned out thinner but as a result baked more quickly.
Epic. This casserole dethroned my aunt's recipe for "corn casserole" and rightfully so. It takes a while to bake so be prepared, but it is more than worth the wait.