In this post we will explore 14 delicious canned corn recipes you can try out at home. Using canned corn is quick, easy, and cost effective way to have in your pantry that can go savory or sweet.
Have you ever just stared at your pantry trying to figure out what to make? Or are you like me and buy canned goods thinking I’ll use that soon. And month later it’s still there…
Well, I am here to help you that can of corn you have sitting on your pantry shelf. It’s absolutely amazing what you can do with a can of corn. You make go into something so savory and fulfilling like a corn chowder or go for something fresh and light like a corn succotash!
And to top it off corn contains almost all the B vitamins! Yummy and good for you. (source)
Yummy Canned Corn Recipes
But enough about recipes about canned corn! Let’s actually see them! You can find the recipe by clicking the image below or the button that says “read more…”
This Corn Casserole recipe takes the Jiffy Corn Casserole and gives it a Tex-Mex or Mexican twist to create a Mexican Corn Casserole with sausage, jalapenos, diced tomatoes, and green chiles added to the traditional corn casserole.
Mexican street corn (elote) meets cornbread muffins for this sweet, savory, salty, and spicy side dish. They are topped with similar ingredients to what you would put onto Mexican street corn. These are not your old-fashioned cornbread muffins. They are so much better.
An easy last minute side dish recipe for all your cookouts, bbqs, and potlucks! This Simple Summer Corn Macaroni Salad is gluten-free, vegan, top 8 allergy-free, and can be made in just 10 minutes! Seven ingredients are all you need for this family-friendly pasta salad!
Corn lovers unite with this delectable slightly sweet creamy custard like corn pudding. This dish is perfect for holidays, family gatherings and Sunday supper alongside a roasted chicken or baked ham. It only takes about ten minutes to get this in the oven leaving you plenty of time to concentrate on other sides and your main course.
These delicious Indian style corn fritters are very easy to make and require only a few basic ingredients and get ready under 20 minutes. Loaded with corns, this vegan and gluten-free appetizer is crunchy and flavorful.
This Gluten-free Corn Succotash is made with frozen lima beans and fresh tomatoes, red pepper, thyme, oregano and parsley. It's also Weight Watchers friendly at only 1 WW point per serving on the blue plan!
Your family will love this easy recipe for tater tot casserole with ground beef and corn! It’s the perfect dinner (or even breakfast) to serve to children or guests, and you can even use it as a make-ahead freezer meal.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this selection of canned corn recipes and that you were able to find something to make. For more recipes check out my LifeStyle and Home Section.
And feel free to leave me a comment below and share what’s cooking in your kitchen!
Melissa is a passionate minister, speaker and an ongoing learner of the Bible. She has been involved in church and vocational ministry for over 18 years. And is the founder of Think About Such Things. She has the heart to equip the saints by helping them get into the Word of God and fall more in love with Jesus. She also enjoys family, cooking, and reading.
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