Corn Pudding Muffins

January 23, 2019

Hello blog friends.  Thanksgiving dinner, about two years ago, I made corn pudding casserole for a side for our meal.  It came out so good and it was the first time I have ever made this type of recipe for our Thanksgiving dinner.

I found the recipe to make corn pudding casserole from my blog friend Kitty, who has the blog Kitty's Kozy Kitchen.

Well, I decided I would make it again but instead of making the casserole, I made them into muffins.

I am so happy that I made the muffins and they were a huge hit at our Thanksgiving feast for 2018.  The muffins tasted so good and you could bite into little bits of corn in each of the muffins.

These muffins would be perfect on the side with soup, chili, pulled pork, or as a side for any holiday dinner.

These muffins would go perfect with the chili I made two weeks ago.  If you would like to see the easy recipe for Crock Pot Italian Style Chili, just can click HERE.


Serves:  24 Muffins and Plus 12 Mini Muffins


2 - 8.5 oz. packages of Jiffy cornbread mix
1 - 14.75 oz. can creamed corn
1 - 15.25 oz. can corn - drained
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup sour cream
2 eggs - beaten
salt and pepper to taste
muffin cup liners


Heat oven to 350 degrees F.  Add all of the ingredients into a large bowl.  Stir until everything is combined.  The batter should be lumpy.  Line muffin pan with liners.  Pour batter into cups until 2/3 is full.  Bake in 350 degrees F oven for 25 - 35 minutes.  It's done when toothpick is inserted and it comes out clean.

Yummy Corn Pudding Muffins

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  1. These sound so good! I love making this kind of thing into muffins, I think they're more fun to eat!

  2. O my gosh....I LOVE corn pudding. I can't wait to try your muffins....

  3. Mmmm... what a tasty recipe, my friend! We're supposed to get snow today and I'm thinking a pot of chili with these corn muffins would be perfect. Hugs to you!

  4. Yum...these sound delicious and I love the muffin idea. For some reason that just sounds more doable to me than a casserole and with chili? Wow. Now I'm hungry!!

  5. I love corn souffle. I usually make it in a pan but never as muffins. Sound fun and delicious!

  6. I LOVE this idea, Julie, and everyone gets their own share of the corn pudding. I'll have to try it like this the next time.

  7. Corn pudding muffins are new to me. I bet they are delicious. I'm glad it was a hit for your Thanksgiving dinner.

  8. We make cornbread pudding for holidays and celebrations but I never thought of mixing it up and making muffins out of it; they would be perfect on a cold winter's day with chili. Pinned.

  9. Hello Julie, these corn pudding muffins look delicious! When I was a kid, I would eat almost nothing for dinner except baked potatoes and corn, especially creamed corn (my fav) when my parents had our big Sunday dinners. Still love anything corn!

    Thank you for sharing at Share Your Style #196 this week. I'd like to feature you next week; hope that is alright? Enjoy your weekend!

    Barb :)

  10. Congratulations!
    Your post is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week and will be pinned to our Features Board. Thanks so much for sharing with us and hope you are having a great week!
    Miz Helen

  11. These look delicious!! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Yum, this sounds like something I would love. Pinning!
    Happy Thanksgiving,

  13. These look yummy. I have never seen corn casserole without cheese topping. I love the idea of making individual servings in a muffin tin. Thanks for sharing to the Wednesday DIY Link Party!

  14. They look delicious, thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned!

  15. Sounds wonderful, I don't need this much so was wondering if you can freeze them

    1. Thanks for the visit. I am sure you could freeze the muffins in a ziplock bag.

  16. These look so delish and what a perfect side for Thanksgiving!


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