Slow Cooker Creamed Corn
Creamed corn with cream cheese. So good and so easy!
Creamed corn with cream cheese. So good and so easy!
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.Read More
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).Read More
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.
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.
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).
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 INCREDIBLE! This is the closest recipe I can find to Rudy's Cream Corn in Texas. I made it as a side dish to a BBQ brisket dinner with my family. The recipe was extremely easy to make. I followed some previous reviews and melted the cream cheese/butter before added to the crock-pot with the rest of the ingredients. I did measure out 1 tsp. salt and 1/4 tsp. pepper. I increased the corn to 1 1/2 16-oz. bags of frozen corn kernels. I cooked it on high for about 2 hours or so, and it turned out perfectly. I used reduced fat Philadelphia cream cheese, light butter, and a sugar/Splenda blend; no one could tell a difference! I will definitely be adding this recipe to my list of favorites.
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!
this is close but not the same as RUDY´s BBQ as some have claimed... they DO NOT USE CREAM CHEESE.... you cook the corn in 1 C of heavy cream and 1 cup of milk, sugar, and white pepper. cook for 1 hour then just before done add the roux which is 1/3 cup melted butter and 1/3 of flour and add, and a dash of paprika..
I have made this dish for many different pot-lucks and people always ask for the recipe. This is so easy to prepare the night before and take with you. It is creamy and tastes wonderful. I highly recommend this to anyone that is short on time. It is also very inexpensive to make.
I must say that I can't help but to alter a recipe no matter how good it is. I used two 16.oz bags of corn, low fat cream cheese, 1 stick of butter and 1/2 cup of 2%milk and 1/2 table spoon of sugar, 1/2of garlic powder, salt, black pepper, pinch of cayanne pepper and I did all on stove top was in crunch for dinner no time for slow cooking.I melt cream cheese and butter first until smooth before adding corn.Took about 20-25 minutes in total and family loved it already ask when is the next time I will be cooking corn that way.I make some many different corn recipe this one is a keeper. thanks
This was FABULOUS! I made it for easter dinner and everyone loved it. There weren't even any leftovers! Very convenient to use the slow cooker since my oven was already packed. Thanks for sharing this!
EXCELLENT!!! I am not a fan of creamed corn but my husband and children love it. I made this for them, but I became a believer. Easy recipe and delicious results.
Yummy, I made this for Thanksgiving dinner and it was very well recived. I doubled the recipe and the one mistake I made was not cutting up the butter and cream cheese before adding it into the crock pot. I read alot of reviews that said there was to much sauce, but I followed the recipe with only 8 extra oz of corn (40 oz bag, double recipe, why not) it was just like Rudy's and 24 people at my dinner table gobbled it up! Awesome!
Good cold weather comfort food. I used one 16 oz package of corn, 3 oz cream cheese, 1/4 cup butter, 1/4 cup milk, cooked on high for 3 1/2 hours and the consistency was just right. Will probably add another 1/2 T sugar next time.
No one in N. MN knows about Rudy's, but they LOVE this corn! Be sure to melt butter & cheese together. Add milk, sugar, S & P. I Used Splenda. Prepare it the day before & then cook the next day. Great party dish. UPDATE!! We were able to try the creamed corn at RUDY'S in SA, Texas. This recipe is as close as it gets!!!
Just made this for a Crock Pot potluck. Everyone loved it! When we got home my 2 year old gobbled up two bowls of it, so a hit with her too. I used almost an entire 32 oz package of corn and probably could have used the whole thing. Melted all ingredients in a saucepan on the stove before combining it.
very good and easy. Made for over 80 people using 12 lbs of corn, 6 cream cheese, 3 c butter, 3 c milk. Made in a large roaster.
Delicious and easy, even though I omitted the sugar.
This was a hit at our Thanksgiving dinner. I followed other suggestions to pre-melt the cream cheese and butter in a separate pan first. I added the sugar, salt and pepper to the saucepan and a pinch of garlic powder, too. I then used my immersion blender to make it smooth and then poured it over the frozen corn in the crockpot.
I used two packages of frozen corn - one white and one yellow, halved the amount of butter and used low fat cream cheese. I also chose to omit the sugar and didn't miss it at all. I served this with ham and a potato casserole for Christmas dinner and it was a hit! A few guests even asked for the recipe. This one is a keeper!
A family favorite, I had lost this recipe and I am so glad to find it again!!! What an easy and delicious side dish. I have made this many times for potlucks at church and there are NEVER any leftovers. There is always someone who thinks it is 'fresh from the garden' creamed corn. They can't believe it when I tell them its frozen corn. Since I generally like to cook large portions for church dinners and parties I have had no problem doubling and even tripling the recipe. I know you'll love it, too!!!
Simple, qick and delicious!
I have made this recipe for years. Originally from the Fix It and Forget It cookbook. Always gets rave review and recipe requests.
I had high hopes for this one, but it just didn't do anything special for my family. It takes like corn with cream cheese...that's pretty much it. I'd rather have the frozen creamed corn. Sorry!
This wasn't bad and I may try it again. However, I would probably add some additional flavorings/herbs or vegetables, such as spinach. It was, at least for us, too rich and more like a dessert.
This was truly the very best Cream Corn recipe I have ever had, and I've had and made quite a few living in the south!! ;o) I doubled this recipe because we were having company and the only things I changed for a double recipe was: Using 12oz of Cream Cheese & Fat free evaporated milk. I also added 4 strips of bacon crumbled up ... it was delicious!!!! I would recommend heating up all your ingredients minus your corn in a sauce pot and pouring over your corn in the crocker. It does make the process less lumpy. Since everything was heated thoroughly, I only cooked mine for two hours; 1 hr on high, 1 hr on low. It was perfect! This recipe is a keeper!!! Thank you Dotte!!!
I brought this to a potluck and it didn't go over well. The taste was sweet but I think I, and others, would have rather just eat plain old corn. It didn't taste horrible, just wasn't anything special. I have eaten creamed corn at a potluck before but it was more thick and creamy and had a bit of a kick from green chiles or jalapenos. I much preferred the spiced up version.
I love this recipe, we have made it for years, I now take all the ingredients except for the corn, toss in a bowl, and I add a couple of slices of American cheese, and microwave it until I can cream it all together, then I stir in the corn, and dump in the crockpot on low until time to call in the family. Everyone has loved it! Even if you are not a traditional creamed corn eater, you ought to try this!
We use corn that we freeze in the summer and this recipe tastes like corn on the cob-it is insanely fantastic. I don't like creamed corn-or so I thought-this is to die for! I at least double the recipe when making it as it tastes great after being refrigerated as well. When using our corn that we freeze we do nto add the sugar-midwest corn is sweet enough-thanks for a fantastic recipe.
I have made this for Thanksgiving and got requests for it at Easter! Next time I will try a full kg package of corn (peaches and cream is best) and my husband suggested that before serving I bake with a bread crumb crust and I think that might be the only way to possibly improve this amazing recipe! (I skip the sugar)
Absolutely wonderful!! I used the combo package of white/yellow frozen corn. Only use 4 oz. of cream cheese and do not add the sugar. Thanks Dotte for submitting such a tasty way of fixing corn that brings compliments every time AND is sooo easy to prepare.
I made this for our familys Thanksgiving dinner. If you do not stir it frequently (repeat; FREQUENTLY) it will scorch! I cooked it on low for 5 hours and the texture of the corn was like rubber so if you make this I suggest you use fresh corn. And you should add more liquid (i used milk) because it won't come out too creamy. I'm giving it 3 stars because other people at the dinner "said" they liked it. However I did not care for it.
I was a little nervous making this because their were some negative reviews. but it turned out great! I did double the sugar and added 1/4 more corn to the recipe. Cooked on high for about 4 hours.
11.15.21 Used Birdseye® baby gold & white corn, and I wouldn’t change a thing in this recipe. It tastes more decadent than it actually breaks down nutritionally. Simple delicious!
I wasn't overly impressed but I'm giving this a solid 4 stars because both my husband and daughter RAVED on how good this was! I made this dish as is with no changes or substitutions. Personally I thought the sauce was greasy and thin, but maybe because I am still looking for the way my mother-in-law used to make it!
My family was not impressed with this recipe at all, I thought it would turn out good, but, we did not care for it . sorry.
This is the most delicious creamed corn I've ever had. It was the only dish that had no leftovers on Thanksgiving. Next time I'll triple it!
i made this for my husbands work party and he thought no one would eat it. I promised him people in Texas love cream corn, and to trust me. He came home and said it was gone so fast he didnt even get to try it, but everyone raved, and one guy asked him for the recipe so he could have his wife make it. I guess it must have been pretty good.
This recipe is the best! I made it for a few of my guy friends and they were putting it on burgers. One said "I will never eat a burger without cream corn again!" I was even giving out the recipe to a few of them! Didn't change a thing. It was perfect!
Very good, but very rich! I added another bag of corn kernels, and it was a hit at Thanksgiving.
This did not turn out like I thought it would. It was more like cream with corn, not creamed corn. I ended up throwing a bunch out because no one wanted any after the first few bites. I won't be making it again.
It's very tasty when you make it, it's more tasty as leftovers 3 days later.
Wow, thanks to Allrecipes I'm starting to look like a celebrity chef...this recipe was way to easy and absolutely SUPERB! I'm 24 years old and try to help out around the house in whatever way I can so during the summer I have supper on the table when the family arrives home. My family is full of discerning eaters and they are difficult to please. This recipe paired with Chicken Cordon Bleu I, Day Before Mashed Potatos and Basic Crepes from this site made for a wonderful Bastille Day meal. Out of the mentioned recipes, the corn was the one everyone raved about. I used everyones advice and used two packs of corn and the consistency and amount was perfect for a family of five. Believe, me...this is a great recipe. Give it a try. By the way, the cream cheese scared me when I checked it after about three hours...it was still clumpy and not melted like I had anticipated. I'd suggest stirring this at least once every hour. Enjoy.
I made this the other night to go with breaded pork chops and apple sauce. So easy to make and so good!
Absolutely love this. Definitely an occasional food, not being the healthiest way to prepare corn. But that just makes it all the more special.
This is a wonderful yummy dish. Have to admit you probably can't count it as a veggie, but it's deliciious. I used 32 ounces of corn and I was very glad I did. Served it on Christmas day - everyone loved it.
LOVE this- a thousand stars!!! :) SO good, and easy, to boot! I made a half batch, and used Neufchatel. My fave part of Thanksgiving.
Wonderful! My grandmother grows her own corn and makes Cream Corn from scratch. People that hate Cream Corn love hers..., this recipe almost had her beat. I did use two packages of corn and added two pieces of already cooked bacon at the beginning. I also heated the cream cheese and butter in a pan before adding to the Crock Pot. The taste was exceptional but the texture was all wrong. I waited for it to cool and then added it to a food processor and pulsed it until it was the right consistency. I served it at my mother's birthday where we all agreed that no one tell my grandmother.
I made this years ago from a recipe I got from Southern Living, but you cooked it on top of the stove. But I have to tell you how easy this is, and your not standing over a stove. I made it this week-end, and while I was busy with the BBQ brisket and salads this was a hands free dish. It comes out just as good, and I have to agree with another reviewer, it does taste just as good as Rudy's BBQ!
Fansatic! I used corn that I had frozen off the cob from the summer. Maybe that is why it was so delicious. Very simple and a quick recipe to share at potlucks. Everyone who had some loved it.
I used 2 full 16 oz. bags of corn, low-fat cream cheese, skim milk and splenda. Then added the called for 1/2 C of butter...go figure...think I cancelled out trying to make this healthier but it was heaven for sure. Awesome taste even with the changes and I do think next time I will even try using less butter or using smart balance. I am not a big fan of creamed corn but everyone loved this and wanted more. I highly recommend this recipe. Just a note - I do think this would be way way too saucy without the 2 full bags of corn.
Corn became overcooked/mushy, and was a bit rich for our taste. Will keep looking 4 the perfect creamed corn recipe!!
My boyfriend and I both hate cream corn, but this was great. Super easy to make and very tasty. The whole house smelled like a corn souffle. Originally, I was looking for something I could use for a Corn Nugget/fritter recipe I have, but we ended up having half as a side dish for dinner (that's how much we liked it). Canned Cream Corn should be ashamed of itself. Tonight I try my corn fritters :)
I have made this several times and it is absolutely my favorite way to eat corn. It turns out perfect every time. I use heavy cream instead of milk because the first time I made it I was out of milk and then after that, I didn't want to do anything differently because it was so good! I use 3/4 tsp. sea salt and 1/4 tsp. pepper. It also heats up very well...that is, if there are leftovers!
This recipe didnt work out for my family and I, its was Unfortunate! I was really excited read all the reviews and well... It was a let down.
This is an awesome side dish. While the oven is busy cooking a roast, the slow cooker can be making this corn. We loved it. I made a double batch, and it fed 6 people perfectly. The only thing I will change for future batches is to halve the butter. For us, half a cup butter was even too much for the double batch. Otherwise, delish!
Delish!! I made this for Christmas Eve and Christmas day for my family! I doubled the recipe but did not double the amount of butter.
Made this for Thanksgiving to mixed reviews. The taste was fine, but not the texture. Next time I will frozen CREAM corn instead of kernels.
This is very good. I double the amount of corn. My family loved it.
great taste, easy to do in a crockpot, put everything in and we went to a movie, came home it was ready to go and everyone loved it
Out of seven of us who all eat corn, only three of us ate this. Very plain.
My husband loves creamed corn. I hate it. In the last 20+ years he's had it 3 times. Tonight was the third. And now I really really like it. Never again will I open a can of creamed corn. Didn't alter this recipe at all. Thanks for the post!
Wow! This was soo very good! I doubled the corn, added onion flakes, garlic powder and parsley. Next time I'll add real garlic. I cant wait to make this for Thanksgiving:) Thanks Dotte!
Very good, very easy. I doubled the amount of corn.
delicious. Made for a bbq and everyone loved it.
I tried this for something different. It was ok but I may be the odd one and stick to creamed corn in the can. My family didn't enjoy this much. 3 stars for easy. Thanks.
I am sorry. It looked really good. When it was cooked it was just bland and processed tasting. I think I want to like slow cooker food and I just can't. I guess I need to leave the crock pot alone.
Talk about fat and calories! I'm no health nut, but this was so oily, I only took three bites and threw it out! I figured out something was wrong about an hour into cooking and added an extra cup of corn. It didn't matter. The butter and cream cheese overwhelmed the whole dish. Don't waste your time and money, not to mention your cholesterol count!
My kids went crazy for it! They ate it all and had fun helping make it. A bit rich for me personally, but still very tasty.
I absolutely love this as does everyone I've ever made it for - everything from holidays & birthday parties to Meatloaf Madness Monday - it's awesome. I use about 1 tsp of salt & a heaping 1/4 tsp of black pepper - tried more and less of both, this combo works best for our taste. One quick note, if you decide you must have this as a side dish but did not plan ahead as happens to me a lot, you can put this in a 2 qt oven safe casserole dish & cook covered at 350 for 45 minutes then uncovered for another 15 to let it thicken up just a bit. Also works well with 1 12 oz bag of frozen mixed veggies mixed with 1 12 oz bag of frozen corn so ALL of the veggies get eaten at dinner time!
After reading many other reviews, I added about 50% more corn plus a diced jalapeno. Very tasty!
Yes!!! I Finally found it. My cousin makes this recipe every year for Thanksgiving and Christmas and I have been trying to find the recipe. I already got it from her once, but lost it. The only difference to her recipe is she adds a 4 oz. can of diced green chilies. In my family we call this dish " Darn Good Corn". If you need an idea for a potluck dish in the Winter/Fall this is an easy crowd pleaser.
I followed the advice of another user and melted everything in a pot over the stove and then poured it over te corn. I added an addtional 1/2 bag of frozen corn adn added 1/2 teaspoon of pepper and 1/2 tablespoon of chicken boullian granules in lieu of salt. I also upped the sugar amount to about 1 tablespoons. Very good and rich.
This corn was good, but did not wow us.
Great flavor. I took the advice of a previous reviewer and doubled the corn in the recipie. I also used fat free cream cheese and it came out great. Definitely a keeper.
The best I've ever tasted!!! Endless thank you for the this recipe! I made it last night for Christmas dinner and I can only wish all the "best ever" dish recipes came out tasting half as good as this one! My husband, THE most pickiest of eaters, is the best judge of food tasting for me - and he was "blown away" :)) Thank you again!!!
Sorry to say, was not really impressed with this recipe. Chaulked it up to trial and error.
Absolutely delicious! Made for Christmas dinner because we were going to be short on oven and stovetop space. Followed the recipe ingredients exactly, but I followed the advice of others and cooked the ingredients together on the stove, prior to adding them to the crockpot. Took a while longer than the recipe stated so I had to move it all back to the stove 2 hours in and heated in thoroughly for about 20 minutes before serving. The flavor was amazing and everyone LOVED it! It was super easy but I looked like a kitchen hero. Gotta love that! Will make again... and again! :)
Really good! I used 4 ears of corn instead of frozen and used light cream cheese. It didn't take the full 2 hours. It was done within an hour and half. I added some salt and it was delicious!
Very good recipe. Followed the suggestions of other reviewers and doubled the corn. Second time I made it I more than doubled the corn and it was a hit. I used Splenda instead of sugar and used the "super sweet" frozen corn.
I was so looking forward to trying this..I absolutely LOVE Rudy's creamed corn. This was good, not great. And unfortunately no where close to as good as Rudy's. I don't think I'll make again just because it's so unhealthy.
Delish! I brought this to a Christmas Party and it was a big hit. Simple stuff and super tasty.
I have a small crock pot for dips. I made a single serving size for my daughter using (1) Philly Cream cheese single serving pack, (1) Birds-eye single serving frozen corn pack, 2T butter, 2T milk, 1/2 tsp sugar and salt and pepper to taste. It cooked for about 2.5 hours. My daughter LOVED it!
I made this as written, except that I used two 16 oz. bags of frozen corn. Served as a side dish at Christmas and everyone liked it. The bowl was emptied, not a bite left over! Easy to make and very good. Wil try fat free cream cheese next time.
Make this recipe on demand! It is just as easy to melt stick of butter in pot, cook frozen WK corn in butter till most water is gone, add cream cheese to melt. Pepper well. EASY!! GRANDKIDS that don't eat veggies LOVE this! No need to salt!
My husband and I love this and I wish I could make "just a little" for the two of us. I pared down the recipe to one bag of frozen corn but with the other ingredients added it still makes quite a bit. We'll have this for company and holidays and just think about it the rest of the time! It's excellent and a perfect recipe in our opinion!
This was awesome. Everyone was raving about this corn. I added a little more corn and a tad more sugar. Simply delicious.
This is a family favorite. I often add a couple slices of cheddar cheese cut up to add a little more to this. We love this recipe.
I didn't like it all all.
Great creamed corn recipe! Very easy to make and the fact that it's made in the slow cooker is even better. I set mine for 8 hours so that the heat wouldn't be too intense. I think that there was just a bit too much butter. Next time I'll use less. Maybe I'll try decreasing the cream cheese a little too.
This is excellent ! I can't count on leftovers on this one.
This was terribly disappointing. The cream cheese looked like it was curdled or something, and the sauce wasn't smooth and creamy. The taste was bland and not particularly interesting. I made it for Thanksgiving, and I'm glad we didn't have guests.
Very Yummy, everyone loved it,even my kids that hate creamed corn. I ended up adding a can of corn about an hour before we ate because there was a lot of sauce. I also stirred it a few times during cooking as suggested in the reviews. A new family favorite.
Super easy and OH MY GOSH so good! This is something you make and then smack yourself in the head for not thinking of it yourself. Some of the simplest ingredients that compliment each other very well.
Like others, I adjust the corn quantity depending on my mood. I like baby sweet corn - smaller kernels and use more of them... also zap in the microwave first. Sounds weird, but first time I made this because it has a very liquid consistency I poured it over some leftover fettucini and added some other small veggies... made a great cream sauce.. Always a winner... last week took it to a dinner... thought it was a little 'low brow" for the crowd...didn't care... everyone loved it best.. happy face plates all around