Zucchini Corn Casserole...

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Zucchini is one of my favorite summer vegetables. 
And I'm always looking for new and different ways to use the zucchini 
that we love to grow in our garden.  

The other day on Facebook I saw this recipe and thought it sounded
interesting and decided to give it a try; only I changed it up quite a bit. 
It came out delicious.  

I only wish my Colonel was home to taste it as I know he would enjoy this 
new recipe.

Zucchini Corn Casserole...


4 cups shredded zucchini
2 eggs, beaten
One package of dry cornbread mix (8.5 ounce size package)
1/2 of a 4 ounce size can of diced jalapenos
One 8 ounce size can of creamed corn
8 ounces of cheddar cheese, grated
1/4 cup sour cream
salt and pepper to taste

Begin by grating the zucchini...


In a bowl, combine the corn muffin mix with the eggs.
Add the sour cream, diced jalapenos, can of creamed corn, salt and pepper.
Then add the cheddar cheese and zucchini.

Mix to combine and pour in a 2-quart size baking dish that has been sprayed with cooking spray.

Bake at 375 for 30 to 40 minutes or until the middle is just about set...


Not only am I enjoying the delicious zucchini from the garden, but I'm also enjoying
beautiful flowers.  
Last fall my Colonel pulled all the dead plants and placed them in one section of the garden.
This spring during our clean-up, we found tiny plants buried under the old dead plants from last year's garden that grew into a beautiful SURPRISE for me...

Combined with the zinnias I planted, they make a nice arrangement...

Enjoy your day! 


  1. The zucchini recipe looks fabulous... I'll be printing it out and trying it soon!!
    What a nice surprise to find in your garden!!

  2. This sounds so good! I'm definitely going to try this recipe very soon!

  3. I can tell those who find this, it is good! My kids love it and we love it. Tonight I will be making it for the third or fourth time. Yummy!

  4. Have you tried freezing this meal? Did it work? Do you think it would work if you haven't tried that yet?