Gluten-free sweet corn pudding is an allergy-friendly side dish that will bring some delicious flavor to your next meal. This vegan corn pudding recipe is perfect for the Holidays or for Sunday Suppers!
Sweet Corn Pudding is a delicious side dish that your entire family will love! It is made allergy-friendly and vegan so everyone can safely enjoy it. If you are looking for an easy vegan corn pudding for your holiday dinner, you’ve come to the right place.
If you’re looking for a gluten-free version of your mom’s traditional corn pudding, you’ve also come to the right place! This recipe checks all the boxes for an easy, vegan, dairy free corn pudding casserole recipe. Also, it’s delicious!
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Sweet Corn Pudding
This recipe is completely allergy-friendly. That means it has:
- no egg
- no dairy
- no gluten
- no nuts
Ingredients for sweet corn pudding
- creamed corn
- sour cream
The deep earthy golden brown and yellow colors in this dish, make it a natural addition to your fall and winter tablescapes.
Whether you are whipping up a Sunday Supper for your family or setting the table for a Holiday dinner, this allergy-friendly Sweet Corn Pudding will be great.
How to make sweet corn pudding
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
In a bowl mix together egg replacer ingredients per directions from the brand you choose. You can choose an egg replacer from a package or you can make a flax egg. If you can eat eggs, just add in 2 eggs.
Mix egg replacer with sugar and flour.
Add in cream corn, corn and sour cream. Mix well.
Pour mixture into an oiled 8×8 baking dish.
Bake for 50 minutes or until knife comes out clean when inserted into pudding.
Scoop onto plates and ENJOY!
We also used an egg replacer to make this dish egg-free and vegan. If you can consume eggs, you can substitute in two eggs instead of the replacer.
Thinking of more “holiday-inspired” recipes? I have my eye on this Cranberry Orange Sauce for my holiday table! Great job, Texan Erin! I think it will go great with this dairy-free corn casserole recipe.
To keep this dish allergy-friendly, we used flour from Enjoy Life Foods. Sadly, Enjoy Life Foods no longer makes an all-purpose gluten-free flour, but this recipe still works with your favorite GF flour.
In order to keep the recipe allergy-friendly, make sure your flour is nut-free too.
Can I Make Corn Pudding Ahead of Time?
This ooey and gooey dish does reheat, but is best consumed directly out of the oven while still extremely warm!
The Origin of Sweet Corn Pudding
Sweet corn pudding likely originated from the Native American dish, “pone”, which was ground corn mixed with water to make a type of porridge. As cooking methods and recipes got more advanced, the dish eventually became the sweet, creamy casserole that we enjoy today. In the Southern United States, Corn pudding is often found on the Sunday dinner table.
Why make Vegan Corn Pudding?
When thinking about your holiday menus this season, it’s always helpful to know if any of your guests have food restrictions or preferences. Having some vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options will always be appreciated. I like to make this vegan corn pudding casserole when I’m invited somewhere for dinner. Then I know that I’ll have something delicious and safe to eat even if nothing else is.
Looking for more recipes that use Enjoy Life Foods products? Check out these allergy-friendly recipes:
- Creamy Corn Soup
- Gluten-Free Brownie Triffle
- Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Muffins
- Banana Split Ice Cream Pie
Sweet Corn Pudding - Allergy Friendly
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- In a bowl mix together egg replacer ingredients per directions from the brand you choose. You can choose an egg replacer from a package or you can make a flax egg. If you can eat eggs, just add in 2 eggs.
- Mix egg replacer with sugar and flour.
- Add in cream corn, corn and sour cream. Mix well.
- Pour mixture into an oiled 8x8 baking dish.
- Bake for 50 minutes or until knife comes out clean when inserted into pudding.
- Scoop onto plates and ENJOY!
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.
Let’s talk! Leave me a comment below telling me if you’ve ever made corn pudding. Do you like the addition of corn to your dinner table? If not, what is your favorite side dish?
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