This Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn is a great way to add some variety to your side dishes. Easy to prepare and who doesn’t love cheese and corn? Just perfect for the holidays.
Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn
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One of those things that we sometimes get stuck in a rut with, at least at my house that happens. Pretty sure you’ll be adding this one into your rotation though, Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn is not only easy but delicious.
As wonderful as fresh corn is during the summer, this Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn uses frozen corn. An item that is budget-friendly that we all have easy access to all times of the year.
I had originally run across a recipe for slow cooker creamy corn in a magazine, it sounded good, it really did. But it didn’t quite sound like what I wanted to prepare so here is my spin.
Cheesy Slow Cooker COrn makes a great side served alongside grilled burgers sloppy joes or even Crockpot Pulled Pork. YUM!
I’ve found it works well during the holidays too because you just dump it into your slow cooker and walk away! What’s your favorite side dish? We’d love for you to let us know.
What ingredients do you need to make Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn?
- Frozen Corn
- Cream Cheese
- Shredded Cheddar Cheese
- Seasonings: Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder
Some tips for making Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn:
- Spray your slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray.
- You can 1/2 the recipe if you need a smaller amount.
- Flavor enhancers to try: cooked and crumbled bacon, diced green chilies, salsa or french fried onions.
- Make sure you stir a few times during the cooking time to incorporate the cream cheese.
Simple steps for making Cheesy Slow Cooker Corn:
Spray slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray.
Combine all ingredients into the slow cooker and stir to combine.
Place lid on the slow cooker and cook on low for 3 hours (time may vary depending on make/model of slow cooker). Stir a couple of times during cooking time.
Edges may be slightly browned if you prefer the edges browned increase cooking time by another 30 minutes.
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