Elote Corn Pudding
Elote Corn Pudding is a flavorful side-dish that will add a little spice to your weeknight dinner spread!
Um, how did that happen?
October 1st is tomorrow y’all.
I seriously can’t believe it! You guys know my love for October and a particular holiday that falls on the 31st. And if you are wondering, yes, I have our Halloween costumes picked out. Just need to order them on Amazon. Can you remind me in case I forget?
I can give you one hint as to what we will all be this year: cast of characters from a cult classic movie. Actually, trying to come up with costumes for the family was a little tricky especially with a newborn. BUT! Mr. B nailed this one though. Just wait until you see Juniper.
Speaking of Halloween, are you dressing up this year? If you are, what are you going to be? I bet superheroes are back again along with Stranger Things. I did see a baby avocado costume for a newborn that I almost bought. Shoot. Maybe I should have snagged it?!
Anyway, our plan is to have another small gathering at our house for Halloween. Complete with a big a$$ chili bar, bowls of candy and I’m thinking this Elote Corn Pudding might need to make an appearance. This pudding is a more edible version of the famous Mexican-Style Elote street corn.
See, I’m one of those high maintenance people that slices the corn kernels off the cob with a knife. I hate the way my teeth feel when I bite into an ear of corn. Just so gross. This corn pudding is my way of having corn and eating it too. All the flavors of Elote Street Corn without the drama of corn strings.
It’s a quick and easy side that will jazz up any weeknight dinner. Plus, you can make it ahead of time and feeds a crowd. Especially if said crowd is dressed like slutty Jasmine and the Hulk.
In conclusion, Elote Corn Pudding is a mouthwatering delight that brings together the sweetness of corn and the warmth of spices, offering a comforting and flavorful culinary experience that’s perfect for any occasion.