Sunday Supper, Blueberry Corn Bake

Blueberry and Corn Casserole from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage

caught my eye recently

and I put it on my bucket list of recipes to make for August

The texture is softer and lighter than cornbread,

yet it’s firmer than a traditional creamy casserole

So I call it Blueberry Corn Bake

This recipe is so versatile,

it can be served as a side dish for just about anything!

It would go great with BBQ chicken or pork,

with soup or salad,

or even with bacon and eggs for breakfast!

Fresh blueberries and items from your pantry and fridge~

creamed corn, baking soda, baking powder, cornmeal,

butter, eggs, and milk

Mix the dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl,

then add melted butter and beaten eggs

Mix well and then stir in creamed corn

Add blueberries

At this point I refrigerated the batter

for a couple hours before baking

Transfer the batter to a greased baking dish,

I used my favorite deep 9″ x 9″ dish

Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour

Cut into squares to serve

This recipe is adapted from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage

Blueberry Corn Bake

Fresh blueberries and creamed corn are baked into a delicious side dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Course Breakfast, Brunch, Side Dish
Cuisine American
Servings 6


  • 8" x 8" deep baking dish


  • 1 cup fresh blueberries
  • 2 cans 15 oz. creamed corn
  • 1 1/2 cups cornmeal
  • 4 large eggs
  • 8 Tbsp butter
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp salt


  • Mix dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl
  • Melt butter and beat eggs and then stir them into the dry ingredients
  • Mix in creamed corn and blueberries
  • Refrigerate batter at this point for baking later if desired
  • Transfer batter to a greased baking dish
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 55-60 minutes
  • Cut into squares to serve


Keyword blueberries, blueberry corn bake, blueberry cornbread, corn casserole, cornbread, Summer side dish

Here are some similar recipes you might like

Buttery Blueberry Cornbread

is a more traditional cornbread with added blueberries

Lemon Blueberry Bread Pudding

is a lighter, sweeter version

It combines frozen blueberry rolls with eggs, butter and cream

This Sour Cream Cornbread doesn’t have blueberries

and the sour cream makes it a little lighter

than traditional heavy cornbread


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34 Responses to “Sunday Supper, Blueberry Corn Bake”
  1. Bernadette says:

    I never thought of adding blueberries to cornbread but it is an idea that I will be using soon. Thanks Jenna.

  2. Pam says:

    Good morning, Jenna. This is an interesting combination. I definitely will try it. I love blueberries and cornbread, so why not! Wishing you a happy Sunday!

  3. This looks good, Jenna. It’s blueberry season here and the farmer’s market is overflowing with them. Must be a good year. And, a great time to try this!

  4. The texture of this look beautiful Jenna!

  5. Such a tender and fruity sweets!

  6. lghiggins says:

    New to me idea. I love corn, cornbread, and blueberries so I think this might be the perfect side anytime. The other dishes sound good too. I think you need to invite us all over for a taste testing.🤣

  7. I never thought to try blueberries in my cornbread recipe but I have to try this lighter version. The lemon blueberry bread pudding is a must try as well. Great ideas Jenna……

  8. It does look “softer” than regular cornbread, but what a surprise! I think my family would love it. – thanks for the recipe!

  9. Cindy Conner says:

    Marty will for sure want me to make this for him. He loves blueberries and corn bread! It looks too pretty to eat though! But I am sure he will! LOL! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  10. I need to check this out, never thought to add blueberries – what an interesting twist!

  11. A combination I would never think to put together. It looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing such a so unique as we both like cornbread and blueberries. Happy week.

  12. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, this blueberry corn cake looks yummy! I agree it would go great with some barbecue chicken. I often get tired of the same old side dishes. This would be a nice change. Happy Monday, sweet friend!

  13. Shelia says:

    Great recipe ideas, especially since I am a big blueberry fan! Will try these out, Jenna. Hoping you are doing well over in Bama, as here in Georgia we are having rain almost every day it seems, and some feisty storms. So stay safe–Georgia Gal

    • Hi Georgia Gal! I’m always excited to hear from you! Yes, heat and strong storms here almost daily too! I think you’ll like the Corn and Blueberry Bake, it’s light and tasty!

  14. Nancy says:

    What a great idea! I’ll be adding blueberries next time!

  15. Pattie says:

    The idea of adding blueberries to cornbread is brilliant. Are you aware that the printed version of this recipe does not include the creamed corn? I have all of the ingredients, including the creamed corn. I cannot wait to make this.

  16. EsmeSalon says:

    Never used blueberries and corn in one bread. Will have to try this for sure.
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  17. Mary says:

    Love the idea of blueberries with cornbread, sounds so tasty Jenna! ♥

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