WFMW: Recipe Edition (Corn Pone!)

What is corn pone, you ask? It is a delicious hybrid of corn bread and corn pudding! I was given this recipe several years ago in Ohio by my friend Rita, who was staying with us while going to graduate school.

This tastes just as good at room temperature as it does straight out of the oven, so it is perfect for taking to picnics or barbecues. The corn pone is usually a big hit when I serve it, so I think you’ll really like it!Β  πŸ™‚

Here’s a picture of this tasty dish:

corn pone

Recipe: Corn Pone

Ingredients

  • 1 Can whole kernel corn (with juice)
  • 1 Can creamed corn
  • 2 Eggs
  • 8oz Sour cream
  • 1 Stick melted butter
  • 1 Box corn muffin mix (Jiffy brand size)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Spray 9×13 pan with non-stick spray.
  3. In medium bowl, combine together first 5 ingredients.
  4. Mix in the corn muffin mix.
  5. Pour mixture into pan and bake about 30 minutes or until center stops shaking.

Quick Notes

You don’t want the corn pone to be too “done” like corn bread or too “wet” like corn pudding; so, check after 25 minutes or so. The center should be gently solid and the top golden.

Variations

According to Rita, you can use fresh corn for this recipe if you want. Just cut the corn off four large ears of corn and omit the creamed corn. Follow the rest of the recipe as is. (I’ve actually never tried it with the fresh corn myself, though.)

Enjoy!

(BTW: Did you can get a free recipe book from Jiffy here. You can get the corn muffin mix – and many of their other mixes – for under a dollar and the recipes I’ve tried so far have been easy to make and rather tasty.)

This post is linked at WFMW, Recipe Swap and Recipe Roundtable.

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Peas and Macaroni

Sausage, Peppers and Potatoes

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Comments

  1. I’ve never had corn pone or corn pudding but I love corn bread! Sounds like an easy recipe.

    Ps. It’s totally OK for you to link this recipe to Offering Hospitality and another site! Thanks for participating!!

  2. SimpleCatholic says:

    Thanks for your comment, Stephanie. Your potato recipe looks delicious, too! Can’t wait to give it a try. πŸ™‚

  3. I am finally checking out the recipes from Offering Hospitality. This looks good, but how do you serve it? Side dish, main dish?

    Thanks!

  4. SimpleCatholic says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Annette.

    I have always served the corn pone as a side dish or occasionally as a replacement for bread or biscuits. πŸ™‚

  5. YUM! I love corn pone! We don’t see it up here in Michigan nearly enough πŸ™‚ Thanks for linking up!
    Jen @ BigBinder…recently posted…Recipe Roundtable – Gingered Peach Pie With Glazed PecansMy Profile

  6. SimpleCatholic says:

    I never would have even heard of corn pone if it wasn’t for my friend Rita! Even here in Georgia not many people that I talk to ever heard of it. πŸ™‚

  7. Anna Nichols says:

    First t8me ever to make this. Very easy and delicious. Thanks for sharing this great side dish

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