There's something about sharing favorite family recipes that makes me feel sentimental. This one is no exception.
Let me tell you a little about Angie. Her brother is our son-in-law and her house is just a few miles from ours. At our daughter's wedding, she gave us a standing invitation to her Christmas Eve Celebration. That was our first experience with the recipe being shared today. Angie ALWAYS makes and brings corn casserole for family gatherings. Licensed to drive big trucks and heavy machinery, regardless of her petite size, most of her career was with the Oklahoma Highway Department and *wow* talk about "tough as nails".
So tough in fact, that by the time she saw a doctor for shoulder pain, her cancer was in advanced stages. Angie is in heaven now. Her funeral was the day before Easter this year. Many people miss her very much.
We are grateful to have known Angie. She genuinely enjoyed sharing just about everything. Her home, her plants, her recipes. I know she will smile about me sharing this one with you.
Angie's Creamy Corn Casserole
2 packages frozen whole kernel corn
1/2 cup melted butter
2 cans cheddar cheese soup
1 package cream cheese at room temperature
shredded cheddar cheese
Mix butter soup and cream cheese until combined. Add corn and stir again. Pour into 9" x 13" pan. Sprinkle cheddar on top. Back at 350 until warm and bubbly.
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I'm always looking for corn recipes, and this is a new twist for a corn casserole. It's definitely creamy! Pinned!ReplyDelete
A great recipe to add to my collection.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful story and I'm sorry for the loss of your family. This recipe sounds amazing! Pinning!ReplyDelete
So sorry for your family's loss - and how lovely to immortalize her dish!ReplyDelete
Aw, I am so sorry for your loss. She sounds like an amazing woman. We have a corn casserole recipe that we love but it sounds so very different from this. I can't wait to try it. Pinned.ReplyDelete
Sorry to read of your loss, Marci. No doubt she would be pleased that you're sharing her recipe.ReplyDelete
Marci, Very sorry for this loss to you family. It wonderful that you have shared her receipe that your family has enjoyed for years. Pinning to share!ReplyDelete
I'm sorry for the loss. It's amazing how food can bring back such great memories. Thanks for sharing her recipe with us.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry for your loss, but what a wonderful woman to have had in your life. Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party.ReplyDelete