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Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn

posted by Julie Evink on April 6, 2014

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn ~ The perfect easy side dish for your main dish! Throw it in the Crock Pot and forget it!

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn ~ The perfect easy side dish for your main dish! Throw it in the Crock Pot and forget it!

When holidays roll around how do you divide your time? We live close to both my husband’s and my families. Like as in about 15 minutes at the most to make it to either set of parents. This makes it interesting when trying to apease both side of the family at holidays! We are very blessed, don’t get me wrong, but I feel bad saying that we can’t make it to either side of the family! I’ve decided that I’m to write down where we go each holiday and juts rotate it. Then no one can say much right? Not that anyone ever has. Maybe I just have a guilty conscience.

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn ~ The perfect easy side dish for your main dish! Throw it in the Crock Pot and forget it!

You know what else always makes it hard? When my Mom “mentions” she just might be making my favorite holiday dish EVER. Then I get all sad because let’s admit it I’m sorta into food if you haven’t noticed already. This certain dish is only served at holidays and it’s my favorite. Like in the fact that my mouth is watering just envisioning it.

It doesn’t have a fancy name, and it has a relatively horrible, terrible, ugly picture from my first blogging days, but I’m just going to say it’s amazing. And I love it. And I should really redo that picture so you will actually think it looks drool worthy. Plus then I’d have a whole pan to myself because the hubs won’t touch it because it contains “weird” vegetables. This dish is simply called Broccoli Cauliflower Casserole. I really need to jazz that up!

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn ~ The perfect easy side dish for your main dish! Throw it in the Crock Pot and forget it!


Oh wait. You didn’t come here to learn about that recipe did you? Today I’m sharing “Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn” which is soon to be one of “those” recipes at holidays. The one you crave and will attend that celebration just to get it! Plus it’s so simply that you can make it anytime of the year! Let the slow cooker do all the work this holiday and you can relax and enjoy a big bowl of creamy, dreamy, cheesy corn!

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 3 hours

Total Time: 3 hours, 9 minutes

Yield: 9 servings

Crock Pot Cheddar Creamed Corn


  • 2 (one 16 oz and one 12 oz) frozen corn, thawed
  • 1 (8 oz) cream cheese, cubed
  • 3/4 c. shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1/4 c. butter, melted
  • 1/2 c. heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp pepper


  1. In a 4 qt slow cooker combine all ingredients. Stir to combine.
  2. Cook, covered, on low 3-4 hours or until warmed through and cheese is melted. Stir just before serving.
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  • Chelsea @chelseasmessyapron

    I love creamed corn! And love how simplified you’ve made this – crockpot recipes are the best! Also, just got that plate at Target and love it! Pinned 🙂

    • Julie Evink

      You have great taste 🙂

    • Emily

      If I double this receipe for thanksgiving should I double the cooking time too!!

      • Julie Evink

        Use a big enough slow cooker that the heat is able to distribute evenly, but I think it should only take the 4 hours on there. At the most it will take 5 hours.

      • Sharon Lurie

        I doubled the recipe and it still cooked thoroughly within the 3-4 time frame.

        • Julie Evink

          Thanks for the feedback Sharon!

  • Cathy@LemonTreeDwelling

    Another fabulous crock pot recipe! I’ve been craving creamed corn lately….or maybe Baby has….I will HAVE to try this!

    • Julie Evink

      Always the baby when you need excuse right? 🙂

  • Peggy

    Hi Julie
    Does it have to be frozen corn? I want to make it for Mother’s Day, I’m not worried about doing it “quick” and was thinking of fresh corn from the cob.
    What do you think?
    Thank you for your time.
    Peggy Rizzo

    • Julie Evink

      I can’t guarantee using the fresh corn because I haven’t used it, but if you do try it just watch the cooking time!

  • Peggy

    Hi again,
    Please send me an email for your response, obviously I am somewhat new to this.
    Thank you for your time.
    Peggy Rizzo

  • Michael

    I’m trying this corn recipe and I hope I did it right cause it looks awfly dry? And I followed your exact recipe or maybe this is what it looks like till it cooks let’s hope so this is my husbands birthday dinner I’m trying this out on!!!

    • Julie Evink

      Hey Michael! Did it turn out for you?

      • michael

        Yes it did! Thank you!! Im going to fix it for Christmas dinner party too if I double the recipe will it feed 13 people? or do I need to triple it??

        Please let me know Thank you


        • Julie Evink

          I think you would be fine doubling it!

  • elena Lara

    Can I use just milk instead of CREAM CHEESE?

    • Julie Evink

      The cream cheese is going to make it a thicker more robust creamed corn. You can try milk but watch so it doesn’t get runny. I’ve never tried this substitute.

  • Mandy

    How many people does this serve? We’re having a Thanksgiving potluck at work and I’m wondering if I double your recipe if it’ll be enough for about 50 people. Also, if I double it do you think it’ll still be ready in 3-4 hours?

    • Julie Evink

      I would say 10-12 people and I would increase the cooking time a little and use a large crock pot and you might have to triple the recipe.

  • Andrea

    could I use canned corn instead of frozen?

    • Julie Evink

      Yes you can sub canned corn I just prefer frozen. Watch the cooking time though it might take a little less time.

  • Cat

    Hey Julie, do you think this recipe could be done with Velveeta cheese in place of the shredded cheddar? I made this on Sunday and it was excellent, and I was just wondering if Velveeta could be substituted for a smoother cheesiness 🙂 I’m making it tonight for a work potluck tomorrow so I wanted to explore my options. What do you think?

    • Julie Evink

      I would think it would work. My only thought is it might get a little runny. I can’t tell you for sure as I’ve never tried it like that. Let me know if you do!

  • Jenna

    This has become my go-to potluck contribution. I’ve re-named it “Crack Corn”… it’s that addicting! My twist -I add cajun spices (cayenne pepper, a little cumin… I’ve also added Old Bay before), and guests cannot get enough. Thank you!

  • Ana Menchaca

    Hey Julie!! I’m thinking about trying this recipe out for new years eve as a side dish but i’m a little confused as to what kind of heavy wipping cream it is?

    • Julie Evink

      You’ll find Heavy Whipping Cream in the dairy section by the half and half usually with a purple label!

  • Kristi

    Nice Twist with the Cheddar cheese. We just do cream cheese milk or heavy cream and butter, salt and pepper, garlic and a little sugar.

  • Kathy

    can this be made a day ahead and reheated

    • Julie Evink

      Yes it’s great as leftovers so this would be fine!

  • Rosey

    This is THE BEST! My family renamed it to Cardiac Corn because of all of the yummy goodness. I made this recipe multiple times this summer!

    • Julie Evink

      Haha everything in moderation right?? 🙂

  • Gina

    Does the 2 represent the two bags or two of each bag?

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