This sweet and spicy cornbread casserole is a great addition to any holiday meal. Combine a bit of honey with a jalapeno and you have a side dish that will wow!
Mix up a classic and make this sweet and spicy cornbread casserole for your next meal. Make it as a Thanksgiving side dish or take it to your next BBQ!

Sweet and Spicey Cornbread Casserole

Last year we were going to a new house for Thanksgiving dinner, with family I had just met a few months before. When they invited us I asked what I could bring. She responded with “the cornbread casserole,” like it was nothing… I had never heard of it!! I didn’t tell her that, I just responded, sure. I Googled it as soon as she left. But couldn’t find one that I loved so I took a little of this and that and created my own sweet and spicy cornbread casserole.

What you need for your jalapeno cornbread casserole:

  • 1- 15oz CornBread Mix
  • 1- Can Cream Style Sweet Corn
  • 1- Can Sweet Corn (drained)
  • 1/2 cup Sour Cream
  • 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar Cheese (I used white cheddar)
  • 1- egg
  • 1/8 cup Honey
  • 1- diced Jalapeno

How to make a cream corn casserole:

Mix together your cornbread mix, cream corn, sweet corn (reminder drained), sour cream, cheddar cheese, & egg.

Lightly hand mix ingredients together until wet.

Next, add in your honey

& jalapeno

TIP!! While slicing Jalapenos use the produce bag to hold the pepper. The oils won’t get on your skin and no accidental burning of your eyes.

Pour into a 9x13 greased pan (I recommend organic coconut oil) or a cast iron skillet.

Bake in a 350-degree oven for 45mins to an hour. Take it out when it’s golden brown.

Take your CornBread Casserole up a notch this year with this yummy sweet & spicy version!

It makes a great side for any dinner. Take your CornBread Casserole up a notch this year with this yummy sweet & spicy version!

We had it with burgers tonight and it has become a favorite for neighborhood cookouts! Goes great with BBQ.
Take your CornBread Casserole up a notch this year with this yummy sweet & spicy version!
We are going to do the left-overs with chili tomorrow. What is your favorite go-to Thanksgiving side?

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