"Corn baked with an irresistible combination of butter, cream cheese, and garlic. Every time I make this for other people, they ask for the recipe. Just one taste and everyone says 'YUM!' Especially a favorite with my kids!" — Sharon Durham
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2 (16 ounce) packages
frozen corn kernels
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
salt to taste
I found this recipe last year for a friend of mine who was looking for a "corn" recipe for thanksgiving well she raved about how everyone loved it and i brought it for christmas..well everyone her family adn mine ALL loved it the people who didn't try it were upset because by the time everyone was raving about it it was all gone!!! neither of us used glarlic cloves though, we used 1TBSP of garlic powder this makes it not so strong a taste...wonderful had to come back to check cause im making it for thx this year!!
I was not impressed with this recipe. I actually used more corn than called for and it was still too gooey. The garlic was very pronounced. I have had similar recipes in the past that were very good, but if I try it again, I will cut out the butter and leave out the garlic. Maybe then it will be better.
This makes a lot!! Luckily we found it could freeze and refrigerate well, and it was definitely delicious. The garlic powder set it apart from normal creamed corn...although I did add a dash of paprika for even more spice. This is a side dish that goes well with anything, and you'd never get tired of it. Thanks for the submission!
Very good. Made it for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it. I will make again!
Was very tastey. I used Can corn. My 4 kids loved it. =)
This recipe was pretty good but once I started eating it I realized I'd forgotten to add the sugar! Tasted good without it though I used less cream cheese than was called for. Will make again.
Well my brother and husband just loved this. My kids didn't. They are 8 and 10. It did take a bit longer to cook than expected so I would say to DRAIN VERY WELL - which I did not do.
I enjoyed it. It was a quick change to plain corn.
I have been using this recipe for some time, but just know thought to come back and review. I have altered to use fat free cream cheese, which does change the texture, but my husband loves it! We eat it atleast every two weeks...........
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 163
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