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Corn Slice

This Corn Slice is a delicious non-sandwich, savoury lunch option for school, work or an easy weeknight meal. This savoury slice is a quick and simple recipe, coming together in just one bowl. It’s perfect for meal prep and to make ahead for those busy weekdays. The slice is light and creamy but filling and I love the sweet flavour of the corn against the salty bacon.

If you are anything like me you will always be on the look out for lunchbox mains that aren’t sandwiches. And this savoury Corn and Bacon Slice is a winner! It’s a protein packed lunchbox addition that is so quick and simple to make. Not to mention it’s nut free too! And this slice is substantial enough to be served for dinner for a quick crowd-pleaser.

Image of corn slice with parsley, eggs and plates with forks staked on top.

And this Corn and Bacon Slice tastes great! The sweetness of the corn is perfect against the cheesy bacon-y (totally a word) goodness. This recipe is oil free and I use ricotta to add moisture and a beautiful soft and creamy texture to this Corn Slice.

I love to eat mine with a good relish or pickle sauce and a nice crisp green or garden salad. 

Ingredients and Substitutions

This one bowl Corn and Bacon Slice recipe uses readily available ingredients and a number of these can be substituted. The quantity information is in the recipe card.

  • Corn – I like to cut kernels from the cob for this slice recipe as they are the sweetest and most tasty that way (in my opinion). You don’t need to boil the corn cobs first. You could also use tinned corn kernels or frozen corn kernels
  • Bacon – I generally will use short cut bacon in this recipe and I do not cook it first. You can omit the bacon if you would like this to be a vegetarian slice or replace with a grated zucchini.
  • Creamed Corn – creamed corn is a common tinned corn option in Australia. You can make this at home from scratch but I would recommend to use more kernels which would be a much easier option if canned cream corn is not readily available.
  • Ricotta – this replaces the oil in this recipe and adds a beautiful creamy texture. The ricotta I use is smooth and quite loose, more similar to cottage cheese in consistency. If you do not have ricotta you could use sour cream, cottage cheesecream or oil. If using cream or oil as a substitute reduce the amount to 1/2 a cup.
  • Eggs – packed with protein these are a base ingredient in this recipe. I use extra large free range eggs. If using large eggs you may wish to add in another egg or two.
  • Tasty Cheese – is a slightly aged cheddar cheese. You can substitute with cheddar cheese.
  • Onion – adds flavour to the Corn Slice recipe. You do not need to cook the onion first. You also could omit  (but I would recommend leaving it in) or replace the onion with spring onions.
  • Garlic – adds more delicious flavour to this recipe. I crush the garlic in a garlic crusher but you could also chop finely too. You may also wish to omit…but why would you 😉 
  • Parsley – elevates the flavour of this Corn and Bacon Slice. You can omit if you don’t have any. I have also used fresh dill (dill weed) as the primary herb which works well with the corn, but I would reduce this to around a teaspoon of finely diced dill.
  • Salt and Pepper – seasons the recipe and bring out the flavours of the ingredients.
  • Self Raising Plain Flour – if you do not have self raising flour you can use plain flour and add in baking powder. To make self raising flour, mix two teaspoons of baking powder to each cup of plain flour. You could also use a wholemeal self raising flour.

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 How to make the Corn and Bacon Slice 

This is such as easy recipe. While you are preheating your oven, grease a large ovenproof baking dish. In a large bowl add in all your ingredients except the flour then stir together thoroughly.

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Once combined, add the self raising flour and mix together well. Spoon the mixture into your prepared dish. Next, bake in the oven for around 35 minutes or until the Corn Slice is cooked through, golden brown on top and the sides of the slice are pulling away from the edges of the baking dish.

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Storing the Corn Slice 

This savoury slice recipe can be made in advance and stored in the fridge for up to five days in an airtight container. You can also freeze this slice too. For best results use plastic wrap to protect the slice from freezer burn. And if you want a plastic free option you can tightly wrap with baking paper.

To freeze, cool the slice completely after cooking. Then cut the Corn and Bacon Slice into portions. Wrap each portion in plastic wrap or baking paper and place in an airtight container and store in the freezer for two to three months

Reheating the Corn Slice

Not only is this Corn Slice is super quick to prepare, it also reheats really well. So it’s perfect for meal prepping. Once you have cooked the Slice, leave the slice in the dish without cutting. Then, cool the cooked slice before covering with tin (aluminium) foil and store in the fridge.

When you are ready to eat it, preheat your oven to 170c and bake covered with foil for around 20 minutes or until cooked through. 

To reheat leftovers, cover the slice with a dampened paper towel and reheat in the microwave for around 1.5 minutes or until heated through and steaming hot. The time may vary depending on your microwave.

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Corn and Bacon Slice

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  • Author: Bernadette - Goodie Goodie Lunchbox
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 35
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 8 slices 1x
  • Category: Mains
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: Western


This light and tasty Corn Slice is fantastic non-sandwich savoury lunch option for school, work or easy weeknight meal. This savoury slice is a quick and simple recipe, coming together in just one bowl. It’s perfect for meal prep to make ahead for those busy weekdays.


  • 8 large eggs
  • 1 cup of ricotta
  • 1 cup tasty cheese
  • 250g corn kernels (kernels from 2 corn cobs)
  • 175g bacon finely diced
  • 1 brown onion finely diced
  • 1/2 cup creamed corn
  • 1 tbsp parsley chopped finely
  • 1 clove garlic crushed
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 cup self raising flour


  1. Pre-heat your oven to 180c and grease and a large rectangular (around 30cm x 20cm) ovenproof dish.
  2. In a large bowl combine all of the ingredients except the flour and mix well to combine.
  3. Next add in the self raising flour and stir until combined.
  4. Then spoon the mixture into your prepared dish.
  5. Cook for around 30-35 minutes or until lightly golden and set.
  6. Cool slightly then serve.


See the section above ‘ingredients and substitutions’ for substitution options.

I hope you love this delicious Corn Slice recipe. Remember if you love the recipe please rate it, it really helps with the Google Gods! And don’t forget to share your pictures with me on instagram or facebook I love to see you all enjoying my recipes. 

Bernadette x





  1. This turned out way better then I expected. Delicious. I used regular firm deli ricotta and turned out great! Toddler and I are a fan.

  2. I don’t have creamed corn can I use a substitute or ommit?

  3. This slice is super easy to make and such an easy way to get some veg and protein into the kids! Very tasty and we will definitely be making this one for school and work lunches in the future!!

  4. Bernadette! WOW! My 3yr old loves it as well as my whole family! Great recipe, will definitely make again.

  5. A bit hit in our house for young and old. Easy to make and will be great lunch box option. Definitely recommend for all.

  6. Judy Stanton

    Just made this – omitted bacon, topped with fresh tomato slices. Absolutely delicious.Thank you. Love your totally family friendly recipes. Qick and easy to cook and very adaptable

  7. I gave this slice a five star rating, as that’s what my children ranked it! Quick, simple, lots of ingredient alternatives for when pantry stocks are low, light, fluffy and full of flavour, and stores well. I added some carrot, zucchini and celery and subbed the ricotta for cream. Thanks for the recipe – the slice will feature regularly in our house.

    • Thanks so much for this glowing review! I am so glad it was a hit with the family and love your additions. Bernadette x

  8. I just love this recipe. It’s so delicious and easy to make. I’m not typically a savoury slice person but this has converted me. Thanks for the delicious recipe.

  9. Sharra Anderton

    So delicious and easy to make, we had it for dinner and even my child who doesn’t really do mixed foods gave it a go and enjoyed it

  10. Absolutely delish! Made this for my four kids and they all loved it. It’s perfect for Dinner, a quick snack and even breakky! Will definitely make this again

  11. This recipe!! WOW! Such a simple, easy thing to make and it’s utterly delicious! My 3yr old daughter is ridiculously fussy and she not only loved this slice, she asked for seconds. Absolute winner, you need to make it!

  12. I just made this for lunch, absolutely delicious. There are plenty of recipes here that I will definately try for lunch boxes. Thank you so much

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