Recipe by DOTTE
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1 1/4 (16 ounce) packages
frozen corn kernels
1 (8 ounce) package
salt and pepper to taste
I have to give credit where credit is due. I have tried many recipes from this sight and I will have to say that this one is probally my favorite so far. My whole family loves this. It is my husbands favorite dish and my youngest son which is 9 says that this corn "rocks". I do suggest using 1 and 1/2 (16 oz.) pkgs. of corn, 1/4 tsp. of pepper, and 1 tsp. of salt. I also think that it is best to heat all the ingredients except for the corn on the stovetop before placing in the crockpot. Start on high in the crockpot and cook for one hour. Turn to low and cook for around 3-4 hours. This one is realy good.
Made this yesterday and it was very easy but I see why people have said in their reviews it is like corn with cream sauce instead of creamed corn. It is the texture of the corn. My advice (I wish I would have done this) use 2 bags frozen white corn (of course fresh is better but if you don't have fresh corn). Put one bag in the blender or food processer with the 1/2 cup milk. Combine bag of whole corn and blender corn in crock pot. I think the cream cheese and butter could be reduced also. Just ok, the recipe, I am sticking to my mom's tried and true, melt a stick of butter in pan add flour, add 2 bags white corn 1 blended in blender one whole, add milk and cook on stove top, she added pepper too, (mom :) rip).
if you are from texas and know rudy's bbq...this corn out does rudy's famous cream corn. i was happy when the finished product was done. this saves lots of money and is super easy to make for a bbq, dinner side, or potluck. thank you for sharing =)
This was great. Everyone loved it at my Thanksgiving dinner. I did use two packages of frozen corn. I also took the advice of other users and melted the cream cheese and butter together then added to the crock pot. This was very easy and good.
We loved this yummy sidedish! I didn't have frozen corn so I added 3 drained cans of regular corn instead and it came out perfect. I changed nothing else. Certainly a once in awhile thing with all the butter and cream cheese but I might try it out next time with a butter substitute and lower calorie cream cheese and see how that works out. Thanks for a FANTASTIC recipe!
Yummy! I’ve never made homemade cream corn before. I cut the corn off 4 leftover ears and added a can of fiesta corn and a can of plain corn kernels that I had. As others said it seemed to need more corn for the amount of cream sauce that it makes. Do stir after your chunks of cream cheese and butter are at the melting point in your crock pot. They do not disperse evenly on their own. Flavor was more savory and corny than sweet if you do not add more sugar than the recipe calls for, but I really liked that. The cream cheese did not give it a big cheesey taste either. I love cheese but I wasn’t trying to make cheese corn. Much different and more gourmet tasting than the stuff in the can. I will make this again.
This recipe was so easy. I just dumped everything together and stired it every hour. The entire family loved this, and my mother in law wanted a copy of the recipe.
I made this yesterday, and we loved it so much, I'm making another pot today! I did double the corn, and it was just perfect. Thank you for a new favorite slow cooker recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slow Cooker Creamed Corn
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 135
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