Cheesy Creamed Corn

Cheesy Creamed Corn

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"This creamy, cheesy side dish is so easy to make. Even those who usually don't eat much corn will ask for a second helping."
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  1. Combine all ingredients in a slow cooker; mix well.
  2. Cover and cook on low for 4 hours or until heated through and the cheese is melted. Stir well before serving.

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Very good! I was in a hurry so I did this on high for 2 hours instead of low for 4. It came out perfect except it wasn't piping hot. I do not like American cheese so I exchanged it for shredded ...

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Hubby really liked this but I did not. We are both huge corn lovers, but it was a bit too rich for my taste.

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Very good! I was in a hurry so I did this on high for 2 hours instead of low for 4. It came out perfect except it wasn't piping hot. I do not like American cheese so I exchanged it for shredded ...

I heated this in the microwave (By the time I noticed that we blew a circuit and the pot and not heated I only had 20 minutes till serving time). Every last bit was gone quickly. Looking for s...

Great way to use up creamed cheese when it's almost expired! I used canned corn, drained and a mixed vegetables, drained to give it some more color.

I thought this was very good. It so different then just having regular corn. I scaled down the recipe to using 2 cans of corn and put it in a dish and baked it for 45 minutes...i did not have ti...

I really enjoyed this for a change of pace from other side dishes. I didn't add the American cheese, I think I'd like it better without. I also omitted the sugar and added garlic salt.

I have tried this recipe several times and made it different ways as well and it always turns out great! While I have never used frozen corn, canned corn works just as well. This time I didn't h...

Every time I make this everyone loves it. Make sure u add the sugar it really makes a difference. You can add less but make sure u add it. I have put in chopped red pepper too. It gives it a dif...

This was a huge hit at my 4th of July BBQ. It was a nice change of pace. I think I am going to incorporate it into my Thanksgiving Day meal!!!

This was good. I halved the recipe. Did have to add a pinch of cayenne and onion powder, salt and pepper for more flavor.

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