Southern Grandma's Corn Pudding


Southern Grandma's Corn Pudding

Southern Grandmas Corn Pudding

This is a wonderful recipe if you're looking for a true Southern corn pudding. Southern Grandma's Corn Pudding came straight from Grandma's recipe box, so you know it's going to be good. It's an easy side dish recipe that goes especially well with ham and turkey. Creamed corn is mixed with a few other pantry staples and baked until you have a soft, flavorful corn pudding. It's comfort food at its best, and would be a great addition to your Thanksgiving dinner table.

Cooking Time1 hr

Cooking MethodCasserole, Oven


  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 4 tablespoons flour
  • 1 stick margarine, melted
  • 2 cans creamed corn
  • 1 cup milk


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Beat eggs well in a large bowl. Add sugar, flour, melted margarine, corn, and milk and mix well.
  3. Pour into a greased casserole dish and bake for 45 - 60 minutes until firm.


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I have never heard of a corn pudding before! Is it a savory side dish? Or even a savory dessert? It looks sort of like a quiche with the sugar being the unique, surprise ingredient! Creamed corn is typically found canned so I think frozen or canned corn could be substituted but you might want to add more milk then since you will be losing that 'creamy' factor.

This is a really nice recipe, thank you! I used to make something similar but mislaid the recipe so was very happy to find Southern Grandmas Corn Pudding. The only change I made was to separate the eggs and whisk the egg whites until stiff and fold them in just before baking to give it a slightly souffl texture. We really enjoyed it and will very definitely be having it again.

This pudding looks great but I'm not familiar with creamed corn. I don't think I've ever seen it in the supermarket here. Is it sweet or savory? I'm wondering if I could blend regular corn kernels, frozen or canned, in milk to use in place of creamed corn for this recipe. Any ideas?

Sounds absolutely yummy and a great change from cornbread. I'm diabetic, tho, and would love to have nutritional info for this recipe.

I absolutely love corn. Love love love it. You can imagine how happy I was when I tried this dish!

I love everything corn bread and corn pudding, so my standards are pretty high. This side dish exceeded my expectations. I couldn't help myself from going back for more (until I ended up eating more than my fair share). I would definitely eat this again. And soon.

This was so good - the top caramelizes just a bit to add great flavor. My family always adds a can of regular corn to give it some texture, but otherwise a great recipe!

I've never had corn pudding before, so I was a little skeptical. I thought it was going to be too mushy, but it wasn't! I really liked it, and now I want to make corn pudding more often.

Tasted just like something my Grandma used to make! I hope this recipe gets passed on to future generations in my family. It's so good!

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I would add about 3 - 4 tbsp of stone ground cornmeal to this recipe...


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