Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Old Fashioned Special Freezer Corn

Part Two of the Corn Saga: Old Fashioned Special Freezer Corn.  Before we get started, I just wanted to offer a preliminary warning: this recipe is very very naughty and also very very delicious.  It is so good that I think it could almost count as dessert.  I got this recipe from a fellow nurse I work with, who used to make it for her kids. 

We start with a bunch of corn cut from the cob. 

Then, mix it with cream, butter, sugar and salt (all the best things, right?  Oh my gosh this is so naughty!).

Then, that mixture is baked until all the liquid is absorbed.  Pack into freezer bags - or, dish some up for a little treat after all of that hard work.   

Old Fashioned Special Freezer Corn 

  • 3 dozen ears of corn
  • 1 pound butter
  • 1 or 2 pints heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons canning salt
Remove husks and silks from corn cobs.  Remove corn from cob of corn - there should be about 20 cups of corn.  Place corn in large roaster pan.  Add butter, cream, sugar and salt.  Bake in a 350 degree F. oven for about one hour, or until all the liquid is absorbed.  Remove from oven and cool.  Put in freezer bags and freeze. 

Note: this recipe can easily be halved or quartered.

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