Well my lazy, lazy dears. This next Lazy Mom Thanksgiving Recipe couldn’t be ANY lazier even if you tried.
My Aunt, who I should say is my BIGGEST Lazy Mom fan, emailed me this recipe to share with all of you for A Lazy Mom Thanksgiving. And when she emailed it to me I remembered that I had in fact made this recipe one Thanksgiving. Probably due to the fact that it is so. stinkin’. lazy.
Now, I would like to note here that my Aunt is NOT lazy. Nor is she a lazy cook *cough* like her niece is *cough*. Nope. My Aunt makes some of the best food you’ll ever taste. In fact, and you Texas folks will enjoy knowing this, her Thanksgiving dressing recipe was a main staple for many years on The Cotton Patch Cafe menu!
Yup. She’s awesome.
So here’s what she had to say about this recipe…
Here is a very easy to fix corn casserole straight from East Texas. Everyone likes this dish and it is tasty. Can be done in the microwave. ~ Aunt Sherril
Now, let’s just *pause* there a moment and take in something my Aunt said. She said, and I quote, “Can be done in the microwave.”
Is anyone else tearing up here?!
A Thanksgiving recipe that can be done in the microwave?!?! What could be better for the one day a year when your oven is literally on for 24 hours and stuffed to the gills with food to be cooked?
THAT’S how awesome my Aunt is. And she’s mine! All mine! I’m not sharing her. So there.
Sorry. Got a little selfish. And it is Thanksgiving here on I’m a Lazy Mom, so I apologize.
But I’m still not sharing her.
Okay. Enough already! Here’s her super lazy recipe!
Lazy Corn Casserole
2 Cans Niblet Shoepeg (white) corn
1 Large package Cream Cheese
1 Small can chopped green chilies, mild (optional)
Just heat it up and serve. Add salt to taste!
So who believes me now that this is the LAZIEST recipe EVER? Huh? Huh?
I mean seriously. How could you even MAKE it lazier? Huh? Huh?
And believe me when I say it tastes GREAT. Huh? Huh?
Oh wait. The “huh’s” don’t go there. Sorry, I got carried away with them. But it does taste great. For real.
So a big thank you to my sweet Aunt for sharing what has got to be the laziest Thanksgiving recipe ever with us! Thanks Aunt Sherril!