This Holiday Creamy Corn Casserole recipe is so easy and so delicious. It can be made in the Slow Cooker or the Pressure Cooker. It is great for holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas and it doesn’t tie up your oven.
You can prepare the batter the night before and keep in the refrigerator. When you are ready to cook, either pour the batter into your Slow Cooker or if using a Pressure Cooker, pour the batter into a 6 cup Bundt Pan or Casserole Dish and place in your Pressure Cooker.
The original list of ingredients for this Holiday Creamy Corny Cornbread, uses a box of Jiffy Cornbread Mix. As I like to do everything from scratch, use my own Homemade Cornbread Muffin Mix (recipe is off line temporarily), instead of using a box of Jiffy.
As with most cornbread, you don’t want to over work the batter after the dry ingredients are added. The order of adding ingredients is important. Add an egg to your Mixing Bowl and Whisk the eggs well.
The recipe calls for sour cream. Regular is awesome. However, if you want to lighten up the Holiday Creamy Corny Cornbread, go a head and use Light Sour Cream. It works really well too.
Since I am crazy about my Homemade Thick Greek Yogurt, I like to use it in this Holiday Creamy Corny Cornbread in place of Sour Cream. My Homemade Greek Yogurt comes out thick and creamy and delicious.
Using a Glass Measuring Cup, melt the butter. Remove some of the egg mixture and add it to the melted butter and Whisk together. This is called tampering. This will cool the butter, so that when you add it to the egg mixture, the eggs won’t cook and the sour cream won’t curdle.
Add in the box of Jiffy, or if using my Homemade Corn bread Mix, add in the ingredients here.
Mix the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients, just to combine.
If using frozen corn, instead of a can of corn, defrost the corn and drain, so that you don’t have excess liquid. Add the defrosted frozen corn, plus 1/2 teaspoon of salt or a can of drained corn to a Mixing Bowl.
As much as I love frozen corn, I think the canned corn tastes better. Add the whole can of cream corn to the Mixing Bowl.
If you want a bit of a pop, add in a can of drained diced green chiles, or slice up a Jalapeno pepper and add it to the batter.
Fold the corn into the batter until just incorporated. Don’t over mix the batter.
The Bundt Pans come in two colors and it is the luck of the draw as to which color you get. I was lucky to have gotten both colors!
I have provided this link to Amazon, so you can get your own.
The Holiday Creamy Corny Cornbread seems to cook more evenly and puffs up lighter and fluffier.
Grease a 6 cup Bundt Pan, cake pan or casserole dish, using bacon grease, butter or coconut oil, whatever you like. Pour in the batter and jiggle it about, so that the batter is pretty even in the pan.
To make things even easier, you can use a box of your favorite cornbread muffin mix, or use my homemade Cornbread Muffin Mix (recipe is off line temporarily), if you have the time.
New Holiday and Thanksgiving recipes are being added all the time, so don’t forget to look around.
- Instant Pot Smart DUO60
- Culina Stackable (Dry) Stainless Steel Measuring Cups
- Rösle Stainless Steel Flat Whisk – a MUST have, probably my most used utensil
- 3.5 Quart Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl
- Stainless Steel Trivet
- 6 Quart Slow Cooker
- Stainless Steel Trivet
- 6 cup Bundt Pan
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Here is the handy printable recipe:
- ½ cup Butter, melted
- 1 cup Sour Cream
- 1 Egg
- 1 (16-ounce) can Whole Kernel Corn, drained or 8 oz Frozen Corn, thawed and drained
- 1 (16-ounce) can Cream Style Corn
- 4 oz can of Sliced Green Chiles, drained (optional)
- 1 small box (8.5 oz) Cornbread Muffin Mix
- In a small bowl, combine wet ingredients.
- Add dry ingredients and combine.
- Add one cup of water to Pressure Cooker cooking pot and place trivet inside cooking pot.
- Pour batter into greased Bundt or Casserole Dish and place on trivet
- Lock on Lid and close Pressure Valve.
- Cook at High Pressure for 25 minutes.
- When Beep sounds, do a Quick Release
- Grease slow cooker and pour in batter.
- Cover and cook on HIGH for 3 hours, or until toothpick inserted comes out clean.
- Remove lid and turn off slow cooker, so that condensation does not accumulate.
Light sour cream works well.