Saturday, April 9, 2011

MaryJo’s Crockpot Corn Casserole

My mother in law, MaryJo, was a wonderful, witty, amazing woman. Always ready to laugh or visit….she was the best mother in law a young bride could ask for! She was a proficient cookie baker and kept her large family, visitors and many a farm hand happy with her seemingly never ending supply of homemade cookies. She was also famous for her casseroles. It seems that every family get together she had to make at least one of her repertoire of casseroles. In our family, her corn casserole was the huge favorite and I still make it (as do my sisters-in-law) at every family gathering! I honestly don’t know where she got the recipe, or if it is an invention of her own. I have found versions of this recipe but none exactly like it. It is super yummy comfort food, and it always brings to mind my Amazing Mother in law whom I miss every day.



MaryJo’s Crockpot Corn Casserole
1 box of chicken flavored stuffing mix
1 box of corn bread mix
2 sticks of butter melted
2 eggs
1 16 oz container of sour cream
2 cans whole kernel corn drained
2 cans creamed corn
First spray your crock pot with PAM or some other cooking spray. Then combine wet ingredients in a large bowl, stir in dry ingredients. Combine well. Add mixture to crock pot and cook on low for 3-4 hours. (NOTE:  Stir a few times in the first hour or so.)

8 comments:

  1. How many would you say this serves?

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  2. This recipe is one we use all the time. I would say it will sever at least 8 people as a side dish. It is very addictive though and warms up well so you may want leftovers!

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  3. In the crock now to take to a family reunion, I'll let ya know how it turns out.

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    1. I hope you love it as much as we do. Great comfort food.

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  4. i need to have this recipe ready for tomorrow for my thankings lunch but was wondering if i can prepare it the night before and just warm back up in the crock pot?

    thanks,

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    1. I reheat this casserole all the time. I don't see why you couldn't do that. I have never reheated it in the crock pot. But if you stir it a few times it should work

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  5. Does the box stuffing and corn bread need to be cooked before adding? Thanks!

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  6. No you add them right out of the box!

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