Scalloped Corn Bread

Scalloped Corn Bread, just about the best casserole dish ever.

Scalloped Corn @createdbydiane

Holidays mean BIG meal full of all delicious food, right?

Well they also mean it’s time to break out the family recipes that have been served for generations.

In our house it’s no different.

I break out this recipe for lots of Holidays, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years….this is a side dish that disappears!


Scalloped corn is a nice side dish with turkey and ham.

It’s an easy dish and one you’re bound to make again and again.

My family loves it so much I make a double batch when I make it, as they love having it leftover.

I like it re-heated with a little butter!


crushing saltines for scalloped corn


Gather all the ingredients and crush the saltine crackers with the can of cream corn or rolling pin.


Scalloped Corn


This will bake up nice and fluffy with a golden brown edge.

Slice it up and serve it warm.

This recipe came from my grandmother who got it from the gas company. I just love looking at old recipe cards and seeing where they originated. the best part is I remember her making this, especially when I was young, and eating it in her dining room.

It just would be a Holiday meal without Scalloped Corn.

More corn recipes:

Pan Roasted Jalapeno Corn

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5 from 2 votes

Scalloped Corn Bread


  • 2 eggs
  • 1 can cream style corn 1lb 4 oz
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons melted butter
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 cups crushed saltines 1 sleeve


  • Beat eggs and then mix with remaining ingredients in a bowl.
  • Spread into a baking pan sprayed with a nonstick baking spray. [pan size 5x9" or 1 qt baking dish]
  • A double batch bakes nicely in a 9x13 pan.
  • Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Double batch bakes for 55 minutes.
  • Cut into serving warm or at room temperature.





Scalloped Corn (Perfect side dish for Holidays) @createdbydiane


What is your favorite side dish from childhood?





    1. 5 stars
      You’re welcome! I got two tiny pans out of it – one of them I scarfed all by myself, whereas the second I ended up sharing with sweetie (sigh).
      He’s no fan of corn, but likes it when baked into stuff… so yay, double success!

  1. your blog is so great Diane, I always find such interesting recipes and am happy they are easy to make!

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