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Corn Casserole Makes the End of Summer Sweet


Sweet corn season is in full swing. You’ve shucked it, creamed it, canned it and bagged it. The stockpile is real. You’ve grilled it, baked it, buttered it and basted it. Now here’s a yummy way to cook it for your next meal. There are only 5 simple ingredients to whip up this delicious Corn Casserole.

It’s a versatile recipe perfect for your favorite add-ins or switch-ups using the corn you can get your hands on whether fresh or from a can.

Easy Peasy Pleasy Tips

  • This recipe will feed a crowd using a 13×9 pan. It’s super easy to cut the recipe in half, and you can use an 8×8 casserole dish. I have a small family, so I made a small batch to go with our dinner.
  • The recipe calls for a Mexican cornbread mix. I always keep a few boxes of jiffy cornbread mix in the pantry, so I grabbed a box of Jiffy instead. It turned out deliciously sweet. I added a bit of salt to taste when using the Jiffy. A great thing about this recipe is there are no raw ingredients so that you can taste test before baking.
  • It’s a great recipe to bake all year, whether you have access to homegrown corn, canned or frozen. If using frozen corn, prepare it like you normally would before adding the corn to this Corn Casserole recipe.
  • There is no need to grease your casserole dish before adding the corn/cornbread mixture. This recipe bakes up beautifully without sticking.

Corn Casserole


  • 2 cans whole kernel corn, drained
  • 2 cans cream-style corn
  • 16 ounces sour cream
  • 1 stick butter, melted
  • 2 packages Mexican cornbread mix


Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Combine the corn, sour cream and butter. Then gradually mix in the cornbread mix. Pour into a 9×13 casserole dish. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.


Thank you to the First Security Bank Cookbook for this delicious Corn Casserole Recipe. There are over 800 recipes in the “What’s Cookin’ at First Security Vol. 2,” all submitted by employees and customers. Proceeds from the sales go to the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance to help feed people across the state. You can purchase the cookbooks for $20 at any First Security Bank location.

For more recipes from the cookbook, click here.

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Well-known Arkansas food writer and recipe creator Lacie Ring was born and raised right here in Arkansas. Although her husband’s military career took them around the world, he and Lacie settled back in their home state. Lacie blogs at www.easypeasypleasy.com where she creates easy and delicious recipes for busy families. She is also a recipe creator and food photographer for brands local to Arkansas and abroad. In her spare time, Lacie enjoys spending time with her son and husband camping and enjoying the outdoors.

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