|1.||Preheat oven to 400 Degrees F (200 degrees C). Grease a 2 quart casserole dish.|
|2.||In a large bowl, lightly beat eggs. Add melted butter, sugar, and milk. Whisk in cornstarch. Stir in corn and creamed corn. Blend well. Pour mixture into prepared casserole dish.|
|3.||Bake for 1 hour.|
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Sunday, August 11, 2013
Does anyone have a recipe for sweet,spiced corn pudding that they are willing to share? Please, pretty please?
My dearly departed Auntie Gertrude Wray made the best corn pudding this side of the Mississippi River. It's was sweet sort of cinnamonny (yes I know cinnamonny is not a word, I'm taking credit for making it up LOL) , it might have had some vanilla flavoring or extract in it and maybe a hint of nutmeg. However, no one in our family got her recipe before she became ill and passed away. I have searched high and low but haven't found any recipe that give the dessert the flavor my auntie's pudding had, but this one from Allrecipes.com gets the sweetness and texture just right.
P.S. I wasn't kidding about begging for a recipe though.