Side dishes in the slow cooker make for an easy dinner, try this Slow Cooker Cheesy Creamed Corn. Creamy and cheesy, this is one you have to try.
Slow Cooker Side Dish:
Slow cookers are one of my most favorite things.
I mean, tossing my ingredients in and letting them slow cook all day so I don't have to work when it's dinner time, what's not to love.
This Slow Cooker Cheesy Creamed Corn is so easy to make, and oh man does it taste good.
Corn is an easy vegetable to like, but when you add cheddar and cream cheese it gets even better.
How to make Slow Cooker Cheesy Creamed Corn:
Step one: This recipe is so simple just add all ingredients to your slow cooker and stir well. Cook on low for 3-4 hours.
Tip: Add your corn to the slow cooker still frozen. If you use can corn cook for less time.
Step two: Once cooked mix well once cooking is done then serve and enjoy.
You can also use fresh or canned (drained) corn. Canned corn could quicker so keep an eye on your slow cooker or cook for less time.
My favorite things to serve with Slow Cooker Cheesy Creamed Corn:
An easy side dish recipe is always a good thing!
When it comes to dinner I want things to be simple and easy so I have more time to spend with family.
I love serving this with Baked BBQ Chicken Legs or if you have two slow cookers make dinner really easy and make this Slow Cooker Maple Glazed Ham or Slow Cooker Pulled BBQ Chicken with it! Here are a few more recipes to serve with this side dish.
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Slow Cooker Cheesy Creamed Corn
- Slow Cooker
- 32 oz Frozen corn
- 8 oz Cream cheese
- 1 ½ cups Shredded cheddar cheese
- ½ cup Butter
- ¼ cup Half and half
- 1 tsp Salt (or to taste)
- ½ tsp Pepper (or to taste)
- Add all ingredients to your slow cooker and stir well. Cook on low for 3-4 hours.
- Mix well once cooking is done then serve and enjoy.
Cooking Tip:You can also use fresh or canned (drained) corn. Canned corn could quicker so keep an eye on your slow cooker or cook for less time. I do add my corn still frozen to the slow cooker.