Cheesy Slow-Cooked Corn
Total TimePrep: 5 min. Cook: 3 hours
Don't Make Again
My family has made this recipe for years for almost every holiday. It's always a crowd pleaser. We have adapted it slightly from experience. We never add sugar as the corn it's sweet enough. Then add a tsp or two of salt and pepper. I use whole cream instead of milk, and milk in place of water. Usually at the end if it's been cooking a while or we're waiting to eat, more milk will need to be added to keep it creamy. We always make this in the crockpot, although occasionally for dinners I'll do a fast stovetop version. Generally we add 2-4 more slices of American Cheese also and I personally decrease the cream cheese slightly by a few oz. It will forever be one of my favorite recipes ??
I wont give it the 5th star until I taste it. First time making it. Read all the reviews so I added bacon and onion, used cheddar instead of American, ditched the sugar. We are not sweet people. I'll see at the end if I need to add it. Didnt read the comments about milk at end so hopefully my corn won't clump. Honestly I can't see how at only 3 tablespoons of it. So we shall see. Taking it to best friends house today for a BBQ. I know, ballsy right...never tasting it myself but they are besties so no big deal. Really its corn and cheese. How bad can I mess it up! Later!!!
Such creamy, cheesy goodness! It is a great dish to take to a potluck. A family favorite.
For our son to only like buttered corn as a vegetable to be surprised he loved this was amazing.
I made this last year for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it and wanted this recipe. Crockpot was empty when I went home.
Hmmm, Looks delicious! You cheesy corn is easy dish but very rich and a lot of cream cheese
only thing I would change is add some diced onion&a small amount of crispy bacon, other than that this is a really lovely side dish to go with the roast beef&hashbrowns&salad .
Made this as a side for Thanksgiving, it was a huge hit! Used 2 x 26 oz bags of frozen corn, and decreased the cream cheese to one 8 oz pkg, otherwise didn't change anything. Can't count the number of times I was asked for the recipe. :)
Great! I used 1 tablespoon of sugar instead of 2.