This recipe is Easy Corn Spoonbread is sweet, moist and full of corn flavor. Adding a few ingredients, that you probably already have on hand, will make for yummy spoonbread. It’s not too buttery. The sweet bread’s corn taste is really enhanced with the addition of whole kernel corn and creamed style corn. Simple comfort food!
There are many variations of corn spoonbread or corn pudding. This recipe has a sweet and moist bread like texture. Some corn puddings are a bit more creamy, and have the consistency and taste of savory puddings similar to that of Yorkshire pudding.
Southerners are serious about their spoon bread and why shouldn’t they be. It is really a special accompaniment to meat dishes like BBQ pork and fried chicken.
This Easy Corn Spoonbread is perfect to serve with Loaded Slow Cooker Chili or Ham Noodle Casserole. When you have a nice big bowl of chili, you need a nice warm piece of moist corn spoonbread to go with it!
How to Make Corn Spoonbread
The full recipe is at the bottom of this post.
This recipe is so simple. You just whisk a couple of eggs, add one box of Jiffy cornbread mix, half a stick of melted butter, one can of whole kernel sweet corn and one can of creamed style corn and bake for 35 minutes on 375F. It lasts a few days or more in your refrigerator or freeze it for later. Get your game on with this Easy Corn Spoonbread and Loaded Slow Cooker Chili!
This Easy Corn Spoonbread recipe with Jiffy Muffin Mix and a few other ingredients is so easy-to-make. It’s perfect to serve right out of the oven with Loaded Slow Cooker Chili on cold, rainy days! Pin it for Thanksgiving as it is a wonderful sweet bread to eat with ham or turkey. Your guests will gobble it right up!
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- 1 can of whole kernel corn drained
- 1 can of creamed style corn not drained
- 2 eggs
- 1- 8.5 oz box of Jiffy corn muffin mix
- 4 tbs of melted butter
Preheat oven to 375F
In a large bowl, whisk eggs.
Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
Pour into a greased 8"x 11" x 3" baking dish
Bake at 375F for 35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.