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Corn pudding will make them come running to the dinner table.
At least that’s how it tends to go in my house. The first time I made corn pudding my husband was not too keen on trying it. He thought that corn and pudding should never ever go together. I explained to him that there wasn’t actually any pudding in the casserole. I could tell he was envisioning me with a Jello pudding box sprinkling it over some corn. HA!
Anyway, once I actually got him to try some of it he looked me in the eye and said, “Why haven’t you made this before?” LOL! Seriously? Well, folks, I’m happy to report that I’ve made this yummy corn pudding several times now and everyone loves it. Enjoy1
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Quick Tip: This corn pudding is very easy to double when feeding a large crowd.