Broccoli and corn dressing casserole makes a wonderful holiday side dish.
What to Serve with Broccoli and Corn Dressing
This broccoli dish goes together well with about any kind of meat. It pairs wonderfully with chicken or turkey. And you don’t even need any other vegetable because it has broccoli and corn.
But Broccoli and corn dressing is good to serve with Southern foods. For example, our holiday menu typically includes any or all of these:
- chicken and dressing with giblet gravy
- mashed potatoes and gravy
- green bean casserole
- turnip greens
- sweet potato casserole
- dinner rolls
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Add a Charcuterie Board
Charcuterie boards have become popular and have been showing up at my family events with potlucks. I’d even be happy with a broccoli and corn dressing and a charcuterie board with meat, cheese, and grapes.
When to Serve Broccoli and Corn Casserole
Broccoli and corn dressing is a casserole that my mom often made for Thanksgiving. It is a favorite recipe of mine, and it isn’t only a holiday side dish. You can serve this tasty dish throughout the year.
How to Change Up the Recipe
Change up the recipe, if you’d like, to suit your family’s tastes. Perhaps, you’d enjoy topping yours with cheese for instance. Or add onions.
My mother’s broccoli and corn casserole recipe included chopped onions. However, this recipe doesn’t have onions because I made it for a family Thanksgiving gathering. Since not everyone cares for onions, I left them out.
Broccoli and Corn Dressing Casserole
A broccoli and corn dressing side dish
- 1 16-Oz bag Petite Broccoli Florets
- 2 14.75-Oz can Golden Sweet Cream Style Corn
- 1 10.5-Oz can Cream of Mushroom Condensed Soup
- 1/2 cup Organic Lactose Free Reduced Fat (2%) Milk
- 1–1/2 cup Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Classic Stuffing
- 3 Tablespoon Salted Butter, cut in cubes
Grease the bottom and sides of a 9”x13” metal pan or glass dish.
Preheat the oven at 350°.
Chop the broccoli into small pieces and put into the pan.
Open two cans of corn and pour into the pan.
Add the cream of mushroom soup to the broccoli and corn mixture.
Pour the milk into the pan.
Add the stuffing to the broccoli and corn mixture and mix well.
Slice the butter and cut into pieces and put on top of the casserole.
Bake for 50 minutes and check for doneness.
If the consistency is still soupy, bake another 5-10 minutes to thicken.
Other Holiday Foods to Serve with Broccoli and Corn Dressing
These yams are easy to make and delicious.
A good gelatin salad from fresh cranberries.
Holiday traditions involving meals at my family’s events include a prayer of thanksgiving. And that doesn’t mean only on Thanksgiving Day.
Think of something every day that you are grateful for.