Tuesday Timesavers: Country Corn Casserole Times Two!

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Country Corn Casserole ~ Make and Freeze

Timesavers are amazing when you are a family on the go.  Country Corn Casserole makes a great side dish that you can pull out of the freezer and bake to compliment just about any meal.  The ingredients are simple, and can even be adapted to gluten free, as I make mine, or full gluten.  The flavor is the same: delicious!  Try freezing Country Corn Casserole in a recyclable aluminum foil pain for easy baking and clean up!

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What Makes Country Corn Casserole Amazing

One thing that makes Country Corn Casserole amazing is the versatility.  Gluten free, or full gluten is just the start.  During corn season, I love to buy fresh corn at a farmer’s market and boil it for 3 minutes, before cutting the kernels off the cob.  I use 1 1/2 cups of whole kernels, then I pulse another 1 1/2 cups in my food processor to cream them a bit for each pan I’m going to make.  Fresh corn brings a sweetness to the dish that is beautiful on your tongue.    You can also change up the cheese and add a pepper jack for a bit of spice or even Swiss for a savory change.  Sometimes I’ll chop up some jalapenos or  bacon for a bit of something different.  Really, the sky is the limit.  Try different things to make it your signature dish!  Just remember some things don’t freeze well, so fresh tomatoes in the freezer pan might not be a good thing.

Tuesday Timesavers: Country Corn Casserole Times Two!

Tuesday Timesavers: Country Corn Casserole Times Two!


  • 2 cans whole kernel corn
  • 2 cans cream style corn
  • 2 pkgs corn muffin mix, or 17 ounces of Bob's Red Mill
  • 2 C sour cream
  • 2 C butter (2 sticks), melted


  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Mix everything but the cheese in a bowl. Pour into two greased baking dishes, 9x13.
  3. Bake for 45 minutes, uncovered.
  4. Sprinkle with cheese and bake another 15 minutes.
  5. Serve with your favorite meal.

Country Corn Casserole for Office Parties!

Do you have carry in meals at the office for holidays?  Toss the deliciousness of Country Corn Casserole in the Crock-Pot and make the whole office hungry!  Country Corn Casserole is a crowd pleaser that everyone loves.  Just remember to take the recipe with you because people will be sure to ask you for it!

Make up a batch of Country Corn Casserole and save one for later.  If you can.  Both pans of Country Corn Casserole go fast in my house!

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  1. If you are making this gluten free be sure to check the ingredients on the cream corn can. Wheat flour is often used
    as the thickening agent. Just a heads up!

  2. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you have a great weekend and enjoy your new Red Plate.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  3. This looks amazing! If I were to put one in the freezer, would I bake it first or freeze it uncooked?

    • Either way. But if you cook frozen, cook at a slightly lower temperature, covered for a bit extra time. Then take the cover off towards the end to get that yummy brown top. :)

  4. Wow! That looks so yummy, and yes, definitely something that could be doubled.

    Thank you for sharing your recipe at Fabulously Frugal Thursday!

  5. We are going to just love your Corn Casserole! Your recipe is awesome and thank you so much for sharing it at the table with Full Plate Thursday.
    Hope to see you again soon!
    Miz Helen

  6. This looks really good! Thanks for sharing the recipe! :)

  7. Yummm….love love corn!! Am pinning this!
    Thank you so for sharing..!!


  8. Donna H says:

    I love your recipe!!!
    How much cheese do you put on top?
    If I were to cook this in the crock pot, how long would I cook it and at what temperature?

    • LessieP says:

      It is about 1 and a half cups of cheese and you would put in slow cooker for about 4 hours on low.

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