Creamed corn is the perfect side dish for dinner or the holidays. This rich and creamy slow cooker version only takes five minutes to throw together.
This creamed corn is one of my favorite new recipes from 2017! It is a magic blend of sweet corn, rich cream cheese sauce and a hint of spice. I can’t resist it! And of course I love that I can just throw it in the slow cooker and forget about it.
Slow Cooker Creamed Corn Is A Favorite Holiday & BBQ Recipe
The simplicity (and the lack of stove space required) makes this side dish perfect for big holiday meals. Creamed corn goes great with all the main course meats like turkey, ham and even roast beef! If you are feeding a crowd don’t be afraid to double or even quadruple the recipe. Just remember to leave some extra time if you load up your crock pot with a few extra batches.
Use High Quality Frozen Corn For The BEST Slow Cooker Creamed Corn
Do make sure to use high quality frozen corn. It should have nice firm kernels with great flavor. No surprises here – great ingredients make great food.
Get a Basic Crock Pot With Latches For Holiday Cooking
Unless you use your Crock Pot every single day a basic model is all you need. I have one like this that has some programmable functions. It should cost $20-$50. If you take yours with you a lot get the latches to help keep it closed!
Slow Cooker Creamed Corn
- 2 pounds sweet corn frozen
- 8 oz cream cheese cubed
- 1/3 cup butter
- 1-2 tsp. Cajun seasoning
- Thaw corn in fridge or under running water and then drain.
- Combine all the ingredients. Cover and cook on low for 4 hours or until hot through.
- Stir well. Taste for salt and serve.
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Where are the recipes for the dishes you post? I can not find them. I was looking for the corn recipe went to cont.reading but only got comments from you then the turkey pic with no recipes.signed up for recipes but can not find any. Please help.
The recipe is right under the picture of the Turkey. It is showing fine for me on desktop and mobile. My recipes are usually at the bottom of the post in a printable format. Hope that helps!