Grandma Robinson's Scalloped Corn

Grandma Robinson's Scalloped Corn Recipe

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Megan Stewart


This recipe has been one of contention for years. Grandma Robinson made Scalloped Corn, or Corn Casserole. Problem was she never wrote things down, so my cousin and I have been hunting for the recipe in the family for years. I don't remember eating it, so couldn't say what it tasted like (although am sure I did). Cousin says it had cornbread instead of crackers. Aunt Margie said she did it with crackers and even she says sometimes 1 layer, sometimes 2. Here's the one she shared with the family at my Uncle's family dinner after he passed away in Aug 2019.


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How to Make Grandma Robinson's Scalloped Corn


  1. Butter bottom of 9x13 pan. Cover bottom with drained corn. Cover with crumbled soda crackers. Dot with butter, cover with milk to almost top of crackers. Bake at 350 degrees until milk bubbles and crackers are browned.

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About Grandma Robinson's Scalloped Corn

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American

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