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Sunday, April 5, 2020

Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole

Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole is one of those recipes you will find yourself making often! Why? Because it is that good, that frugal, that easy...

I like this recipe for many reasons. 1) it can be made on the spur of the moment, from a well-stocked pantry. 2) it is tasty! #) it is frugal. 4) it is fun to make with kids! There really aren't many steps to this recipe, but crumbling the soda crackers is especially fun for little ones to help the cook. And, 5) don't we all need more easy and delicious recipes, made quickly from pantry ingredients, in our lives? 

Plus it is perfect to share at a potluck, which is where I first enjoyed it. I have made it many times since that first taste because it became an instant favorite of my husband's! My guess is, you probably have a corn lover in your family that will enjoy this casserole. 
I do hope you give Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole a try because Laurie would be so proud!

Ingredients needed for this recipe:
  • canned corn
  • canned cream corn
  • egg
  • soda crackers
  • salt & pepper
  • butter
You will also need:
  • mixing bowl, I love flat-bottom bowls, very stable on your counter!
  • mixing spoon  
  • baking pan or pie tin
Now we are ready to begin!

Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole.
Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole.

Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole
as told by Laurie!

350-degree oven

1 16 oz can whole kernel corn - do not drain
1 16 oz can creamed corn
1 egg
8 soda crackers
butter, to dot the top!
salt and pepper to taste if desired

In a large bowl, beat the egg, add salt and pepper if desired. Stir in the cans of corn. 

Crumble the crackers over the top, stir in to moisten.

Butter a 9-inch square glass pan or pie tin, turn the corn mixture into the pan. 
Do not cover. 

Laurie's Super Easy Corn Casserole.

Dot the top of the casserole with butter.

Bake 45-50 minutes or until the top is golden brown, crusty and a knife inserted into the center comes out clean.



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  1. Hmmm, sounds good. I don't have any soda crackers (never do), but I have Ritz crackers. Wonder if they'd be an okay substitute?

  2. Looks delicious, and it's about the same way I make it. Thanks and take care!

    1. Laurie had a slew of recipes from the depression years, unfortunately, this was the only one she had time to share. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!

  3. Replies
    1. I hope you do! It is one of those recipes that the ingredients are already in the cupboard. Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Hello! This sounds like a great recipe but we don't have creamed corn or soda crackers here... anything I can sub / make to use instead? Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday.

    1. Commercially canned creamed corn is just corn in a light white sauce, you could make your own. You could sub in dry bread crumbs for the soda crackers. It would be slightly different, but still quite good. Thanks for stopping by!

  5. I love corn casserole! This recipe looks much easier than the one I have. I'll have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I need to see if I have any corn... Cheers

    1. I appreciate that the ingredients are staples, easy to keep in the pantry and fridge. Have a great week!

  7. I think we have all of these ingredients.I will have to check.

    1. I hope you enjoy this vegetable casserole! Often I will whip it up to round out a meal. Thanks for stopping by!

  8. As another Laurie, I had to check this out! It's been fun to use up food we've had on hand to save on trips to the store. I don't like creamed corn, so we don't have any on hand, but I do like cheesy Mexican corn casserole! That's something I might make to go with all the leftover ham we'll be having this week!
    Here's my Weekend Cooking post:

    1. I did check out the book you wrote about and I must say all of the food you made from the book looks absolutely delicious! That would be a fun book to read. Thanks for stopping by!

  9. Thank you for sharing this great recipe with us on the Homestead Blog Hop. We're featuring you tomorrow!

  10. My sister-in-law used to make this for Thanksgiving. I'll need to pick up crackers in my next grocery order.

  11. My hubby would like this recipe! Thanks so much for linking up with me at #AThemedLinkup 33 for Thanksgiving Recipes.

  12. This sounds delicious and so easy to make! Pinned.


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