I really liked the flavor of this but it cooked a little unevenly in my crock pot. Maybe I didn't cook it long enough? But the outside and top looked quite done. Should I be stirring it while it cooks? I'll try it again because it really was tasty.
Wrestling mama January 6, 2013 REVIEW:
I needed a side dish for a hospitality room for coaches and they wanted it at 11AM. I didn't want to get up that early (6AM) so I got up at 8AM, doubled the recipe put in the crock of my crockpot, baked it in the oven at 350 degrees for 1 hour and 45 minutes....then put the crock into the crockpot heating shell on low for another half hour then put it in the car to carry in. It was perfectly done, creamy on the inside, golden brown on top and sides and the crockpot kept it just right for the next 4 hours....until it was gone. The coaches loved it! BTW I used a 6 quart Hamilton Beach model of slow cooker and used foil part way through baking to keep from getting too brown in the oven.
Dino April 1, 2010 REVIEW:
I also double the recipe. I have it 3 hours on hi and 2 hours on low. That way it fully cooks but doesn't get to crusty on the outside of the crock pot.
Pot Luck Betty April 1, 2009 REVIEW:
I made this on a whim for a work pot luck. It was not only delicious but I doubled the recipe and people were still scraping the sides of the crock pot for more they liked it so much. I'll definitely be making this again soon!
bg May 26, 2008 REVIEW:
This dish is very easy to make, and everyone love it/try it for any meal/it's a crowd or family pleaser
kansas girl March 23, 2008 REVIEW:
I made this for Easter dinner & it was great! Just like my regular corn souffle except easy to fix & transport. Will make this again for sure! Everyone at dinner loved it as well.
Guest Foodie November 21, 2007 REVIEW:
I made this recipe 3 years ago for Thanksgiving and my family has requested it ever since! Plus, you throw it together and go relax! Doesn't get much better than that ;)