Monday, November 13, 2017

Corn Pudding

 Yes, it feels like Autumn finally has arrived in Texas, but It's still nice enough for tea near my waterfall.  I'm using my teacup that I received from The Enchanting Rose's 11th exchange. 

 


This beautiful tea towel and the pretty napkins are from my sweet friend, Michele, who blogs at  The Nest at Finch Rest.   I had the pleasure of meeting Michele this past summer when visiting Ohio.  She's as sweet and nice as they come!  Michele also sent some Harney and Sons African Autumn tea, which is so tasty, and some darling Autumn picks and stickers.  Thank you, Michele!


My peach Fire King luster ware teacup is so perfect for Fall.  My Autumn teapot was an Ohio thrift store find awhile back.


Yield: 8-10 servings

Corn Pudding

This recipe is from Susan Branch's Autumn book. It's a great recipe for Fall, and can even be served for brunch, with some maple syrup.

ingredients:


  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 can corn, drained (I used a 15.25 oz)
  • 1 can creamed corn (I used a 15.25 oz)
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1 box Jiffy corn muffin mix
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon paprika (I didn't measure...I just sprinkled on top)

instructions:


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix  all the ingredients EXCEPT the paprika.  Pour into a buttered 9" square baking dish.  Sprinkle with paprika.
  3. Bake for 1 hour.  Serve pudding hot or warm.
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36 comments:

  1. The pudding sounds like a nice Thanksgiving side dish Kitty-enjoy:@)

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  2. My grandmother made this for our Thanksgiving, and we loved it. xo

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  3. Corn pudding looks positively delish! Have a good week, Kitty!

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  4. Kitty, I adore your pretty thrifted teapot serving up tea in your peach Fire King luster ware teacup. Your corn pudding recipe sounds delicious and I just happen to have a box of Jiffy in my pantry! ♥

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  5. Your corn pudding sounds delicious and I think would make a wonderful side dish for a special dinner. It has gotten way too cold for a cup of tea outside and I am glad you can still do that. Enjoy your day, sweet friend. Hugs... Sandi

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  6. Hi Kitty, I never had this before but this looks so good and I'd love to make this for Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing this at C&C with J&J.
    Enjoy the week.
    Julie

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  7. What a delicious and wonderful side dish for the holidays, exactly what I was looking for!!! happy holidays to you.

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  8. Hi Kitty, your tea looks lovely with your beautiful tea-cup and tea-pot on a warm, fall day. I'm sure you are happy to have some cooler weather. The corn pudding sounds delicious and looks easy, too. My dear Father loved creamed corn - he would put it over mashed potatoes! It actually tasted pretty good, although it didn't look all that appetizing :) This recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving. Hope you have a lovely week. Hugs xo Karen

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  9. I make a slightly different version of this and I love it! Never thought of adding paprika or cayenne pepper, might have to do that! For mine, I also melt either swiss cheese on top or cheddar cheese. Try it, it's delicious!! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  10. Kitty, your tea party is chalkful of autumn beauty! I've never had corn pudding before. Is the texture like a cheesecake? Thank you for including the recipe! xo

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  11. Such a pretty autumn tea setting. I don't think I've ever had corn pudding before. Lucky you to have the opportunity to meet Michele in real life.

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  12. I have never heard of this pudding before but it sure does sound like one I would enjoy making. Must give it a try.
    Your table setting is so pretty for the Autumn weather.
    What a joy to have met Michele!!

    I hope you're week is off to a great start ~

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  13. I have never heard of this pudding before but it sure does sound like one I would enjoy making. Must give it a try.
    Your table setting is so pretty for the Autumn weather.
    What a joy to have met Michele!!

    I hope you're week is off to a great start ~

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  14. That is such a pretty tea cup! I am enjoying my precious mug from Stephanie's exchange, also. Such a dear blessing she is to connect us all the way she does! I pinned your corn pudding recipe...it looks so delicious! God bless you, sweet friend. :)

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  15. Kitty, your weather sounds a lot like what we've been having. Cool but not cold and just right for tea outside. Love your Autumn vignette with the pretty colors. Such a pretty tea towel and tea pot and the recipe sounds delicious. Have a lovely week......

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  16. Oh how I LONG to have weather like that . . . but alas, I fear that will not happen here for many months now so enjoy it FOR me! The corn pudding recipe is the EXACT one I use every year at Thanksgiving -- mine came from a church cookbook and if I don't make it at Thanksgiving, there is a revolt! Isn't it just the best???

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  17. I’m trying to think, and I can’t remember ever having corn pudding. Crazy, right? This is an easy recipe, though, so it’s time to try it!

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  18. Hi Kitty I am getting all caught up with your blog. I loved your tea exchange package. Especially the wee cup. I am thinking about making corn pudding for Thanksgiving. Hope to see you at the blogger Christmas gathering. Happy Harvest my friend!

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  19. I love the sweet teapot and the luster teacup.. wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving my dear to you and your family., with love Janice

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  20. Love your Autumn tablescape,beautiful teacup and pretty teapot.Hugs!

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  21. I love all kinds of corn-y thing!! Pudding, bread, etc!! YUM!! :) Pinned!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  22. Kitty- This sounds wonderful. I have not had corn pudding in many years. My grandmother always made it at Thanksgiving time. Thanks for the recipe. xo Diana

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  23. I will make this a day before Thanksgiving to go with our meal..thanks so so much for the recipe. xoxo

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  24. You just made me very hungry, corn pudding and syrup, yum! I love your delightful fall tea table setting, so inviting! You do set the prettiest tables! What a lovely find at the thrift store! One just can't have too many teapots :) Have a lovely week my friend!

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  25. Isn't Michele the sweetest? The corn pudding sounds easy and delicious. A great addition to Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks for the recipe. xo Deborah

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  26. You had me at corn pudding Kitty! I love corn anything, and your recipe sounds so good! The vignette with your new teacup is beautiful~ I hope you will have a Thanksgiving full of love next week...
    Jenna

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  27. Have never had corn pudding...sounds Thanksgiving authentic πŸ˜‰... and it sounds delicious!

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  28. Kitty, corn pudding would be the perfect side for families who don't like stuffing/dressing. It's hard for me to believe, but some people don't!

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  29. I like your tea party, Kitty, and the corn pudding sounds very yummie indeed.
    Amalia
    xo

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  30. Dear Kitty: I love that Susan Branch cookbook. I have mine up on the kitchen counter right now. The corn pudding looks wonderful. I think your table setting looks darling. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Oh, dear Kitty- what a surprise to see this post today. : - )

    So glad you liked - always fun to put a smile on a friend's face.

    Funny, the only time I have ever tried corn pudding was on Halloween - I was too sick and the kids were coming over and wee grand to trick-or-treat in our neighborhood. SO hubs went to City Barbeque and got a huge amount of carry-out food, and one of the sides was corn pudding. Apparently it's one of his all time favorites. I have been meaning to look up how to make, and now I needn't! Thanks for sharing your recipe. He will be so glad I made it for him.

    Hugs!!! ♥


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  32. Hi Kitty, Michele is a sweetheart! I would love meeting the two of you some day!! Your teacup is perfect for fall and the corn pudding sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  33. Ms Kitty, looks delicious! I will have to give it a try. Thanks for posting! Leticia

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  34. Hi Kitty,
    I just love Corn Pudding and this recipe looks delicious, of course you always make everything look so good! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday. Come to next weeks Thanksgiving party on Tuesday at 8:00 am, CST, see you then!
    Miz Helen

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  35. I've never had corn pudding either! I love that little teapot, so cute!
    Have a blessed Thanksgiving. I know it is not the same without your DH, but enjoy your family.

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  36. Hi Kitty, Oh this recipe looks good and thank you for sharing the recipe. Everything here is the perfect setting with your newly gifts teacup and teapot. Finally some cooler temps. Hope you're having a nice weekend and a good week building up to Thanksgiving. Have a blessed Sunday my friend. Love and best wishes, xo

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