Corn Pudding Recipe


One of my favorite holiday recipes is Corn Pudding. With eggs, butter, and whipping cream, how could it not be! This is a favorite among all my guests and I rarely have leftovers. People will return for seconds and thirds.

Corn Pudding
Cook time: 50 minutes  Oven Temp: 350  Servings: 8-10

1/3         cup sugar

3              Tbsp. flour

2              tsp. baking powder

2              tsp. salt

1              tsp. cumin

2              cups whipping cream

½             cup butter, melted

6              extra large eggs, beaten

2              pkg. frozen golden sweet corn

  1. Mix the sugar, flour, baking powder, salt and cumin together. Combine the cream and butter in a bowl and stir until blended. Stir in the eggs. Add the sugar mixture gradually, stirring constantly until combined. Stir in the corn.
  2. Pour into a buttered 9 X 13 inch or 2qt baking dish.
  3. Bake at 350 for 60 to 90 minutes or until the center is firm and the top is golden brown. Let stand for 15 minutes before serving. I find that if it’s alone in the oven it takes 60 minutes. If there’s other items in the oven (which is usually the case for holiday cooking) then it takes closer to 90 minutes to set. Make sure you cook until the center is set. Runny corn pudding is not good.

(15) Comments

  • Kim @ This Ole Mom
    17 Nov 2015

    I have never had corn pudding before , it does sound interesting.

  • The Pinterested Parent
    16 Nov 2015

    I have never heard of corn pudding, but this sounds like something that I would love.

  • Irion
    16 Nov 2015

    Seems easy to make! I’m gonna have to try this!

  • Amy @Planning Playtime
    15 Nov 2015

    This is a new one for me too. I love the golden brown edges. Yum!

  • Leslie
    15 Nov 2015

    This sounds like a perfect Thanksgiving dish!

  • Yanique
    14 Nov 2015

    I’ve never heard of corn pudding and will have to do some investigating because this looks yummy 🙂

  • Rosey
    13 Nov 2015

    I’ve never heard of it. I’d love to try it! It’d be fun to serve for the holiday too.

    • admin
      13 Nov 2015

      It’s a great holiday dish because it’s fast to mix up and then you let the oven do the rest 🙂

  • Ashley S
    13 Nov 2015

    OH yum!!! This sounds absolutely delicious.

  • Jenn
    13 Nov 2015

    YUMMIE! Thank you so much for sharing. Great recipe.

  • Heather
    13 Nov 2015

    Looks and sounds yummy. I may try this to take to Thanksgiving dinner. Definitely saving it to my recipe bookmarks.

  • dana vento
    13 Nov 2015

    So Corn Pudding .. this is the first time I have seen a Corn Pudding recipe and I am very intrigued, meatless is key! Thanks for this

  • diane
    13 Nov 2015

    Ive never had corn pudding before but it looks easy enough to make!

    • admin
      13 Nov 2015

      It’s super easy, and delicious!

  • Scott
    13 Nov 2015

    I can honestly say I’ve never had corn pudding. Thinking about it, I would probably enjoy it!

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