Corn Soufflé: The Must-Have Side Dish for Holidays and Family Gatherings!

Looking for a delicious and easy-to-make side dish for your upcoming holiday feast? Look no further than this mouthwatering corn soufflé! Combining the best flavors of cornbread and creamed corn soufflé, this dish is sure to impress your guests and become an instant favorite.

Close up of spoonful of corn soufflé coming out of casserole.

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with a golden-brown corn casserole on your table? While some may refer to it as corn pudding or escalloped corn, in my family, it’s known as corn soufflé. It’s the perfect marriage of flavors and textures that will leave everyone craving for more.

Overhead photo of baked corn soufflé in white casserole dish.

This delightful side dish has a special place in our family gatherings, thanks to my middle daughter. At the tender age of 13, she made a courageous decision to cut out meat from her diet completely. From that moment on, corn soufflé became her go-to dish, and it has remained so to this day.

Ingredients

What exactly is corn soufflé? While there are many variations of this recipe, the one I’m sharing with you today is a true gem. It’s a combination of simple ingredients that blend together harmoniously to create a symphony of flavors. I suspect it originated from Jiffy corn muffin mix, but don’t worry if you don’t have it on hand. You can use any other brand that suits your taste.

Ingredients photo.

How to Make This Recipe

Preparing this corn soufflé is as easy as it gets. It’s a one-bowl wonder that requires minimal effort but delivers maximum satisfaction. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Preheat your oven to the specified temperature.
  2. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl until well mixed.
  3. Pour the mixture into a buttered casserole dish.
  4. Bake it until it turns a beautiful golden brown and sets, typically around 45 minutes.
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Overhead of corn soufflé with spoonful of corn casserole.

Recipe Notes and Tips

To elevate your corn soufflé game, here are some essential tips:

  • If you don’t have Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix, don’t worry! Feel free to use any other brand of your choice, but make sure to adjust the quantity accordingly.
  • When it comes to casserole dishes, I highly recommend using a 2-quart size with higher sides. The shape and size of the dish will affect the cooking time, so keep an eye on it after 45 minutes. It should be firm to the touch and nicely set, not too jiggly.
  • Leftovers are just as delicious as the freshly baked soufflé. To reheat, simply cover the dish lightly with a damp paper towel and microwave on high until hot.

And there you have it! This corn soufflé is probably the easiest side dish you’ll ever make for Thanksgiving or any special family gathering. Even my three daughters have mastered this recipe and make it on their own. It’s become a cherished tradition for us, and I hope it becomes one for you too.

If you’re looking for more delectable holiday sides, why not give these a try?

  • The easiest and Best Brussels Sprouts: caramelized on the stovetop with honey and Dijon mustard.
  • Easy Honey Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots: a super simple stovetop recipe.
  • Cheesy Potatoes: a cheesy hash brown casserole that is sure to please the crowd.

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Updated in 2021 for a better user experience with new copy, updated photos, and a how-to video. Rest assured, no changes were made to the beloved recipe!

Corn casserole on white plate with fork.