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Corn casserole makes the PERFECT holiday side dish.
My husband absolutely loves corn. It is his favorite veggie to enjoy. Although not particularly the healthiest, it is the one he loves to eat with every meal. He loves broccoli, cauliflower and green beans, sure. But nothing quite beats the taste of a nice pile of corn over his mashed potatoes and gravy. He will even make these weird combinations, like pasta and meatballs with corn, or rice and beans. It definitely baffles me the way he is able to enjoy it with anything!
Recently, my good friend and neighbor Anne brought me a delicious treat she had made on an afternoon off. She knew that my husband Mikey loves corn so she made him a cornbread casserole unlike any other we had tried. Then, on top of it all, she made some tasty honey butter to go with it.
It became like a little soft mush over it that was gooey and delicious and to top it all off, she drizzled it with a little more honey. It was a perfectly sweet and salty treat that in my husband’s opinion, matches with every meal I could possibly make. I think this cornbread recipe is one that will be sticking around for a while.
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Quick Tip: Use regular butter if you do not have honey butter.