Crock Pot Cream Corn

Crock Pot Creamed Corn is a delicious, creamy, and delicious addition to any table!

Cream corn is our family favorite and we love this for being able to put this version in a cook that is not too early in the morning. This recipe goes from ordinary to unusual by adding a rich cheesy flavor.

Why We Like This
It cooks in a slow cooker which makes it easy at meal time.
Prepared in advance (up to 48 hours in advance).
You can use fresh, frozen, or canned corn.
Mixing some corn adds a creamy texture without the extra starch.
New ingredients mean new flavors.

Ingredients
Maize Use fresh corn, frozen, or canned. We love frozen corn as it is harvested and packed in a high-burning area.

Milk Milk and cheese cream add extra cream while sharp cheddar adds flavor.

FLAVOR We love the addition of jalapeno pepper but if you want a softer taste, alternate and get a small can of green chiles.

Additional flavors can be added with green onions or crushed bacon if desired.

LOPRO TIP: When cutting jalapenos, cut in half from the stem to the bottom with a sewing knife. Carefully cut the pithy ribs and remove the seeds (to get a slightly spicy taste). Cut each piece into one and sell well. If the small pieces (and a few letters) become soft to the taste.

How to Make Crock Pot Creamed Corn
Combine some corn and cream cheese and milk (this makes more cream).

Put all the ingredients except the cheddar and butter (with each recipe below) into the cooker lightly.

Cook on top for 2-3 hours or on the bottom for 4-5 hours.
Add the cheddar cheese and cook until the cheese is completely melted.

Success tips
Make sure the frozen corn melts before adding to the slow cooker. Put it in a bowl and run it under hot water to melt it quickly.
The Last Method
Store Crock Pot cream corn in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Reheat to the stovetop.

Freeze cold residue in bags with zipper with a date in it and will be stored for about 4 weeks. Cook from frozen pan on the stove over low heat.

Slow Cooker Sides Dishes
Crock Pot Mac and cheese
Crock Pot Chopped Potatoes
Crock Pot corn in Cob
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Crock Pot Baked Potatoes
Crock Pot Stuffing
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Crock Pot Cream Corn
PREPARE TIME 15 minutes
Cook TIME2 hours and 15 minutes
TOTAL TIME2 hours 30 minutes
SERVINGS10 servings
AUTHORHolly Nilsson
Cheese, creamy, and spicy, this Crock Pot Creamed Corn is a staple of the ultimate holiday table!

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