This is one of my favorite slow cooker side dishes! It's super easy and everyone always enjoys it.
Berry Berry Good July 10, 2013 REVIEW:
You can't beat how simple this recipe is and it's very creamy and tasty. I usually use seasoned salt instead of regular just to give it a little extra flavor. You can also add in other ingredients like chopped green chiles from a can would be wonderful if you want to spice it up. You could also add onion.
Guest Foodie June 29, 2013 REVIEW:
Very good recipe. I cut it in half and use one pak frozen corn and a 3 oz cream cheese and only 2 TBS butter.
Guest Foodie December 3, 2012 REVIEW:
Very good recipe. I've used it with canned corn instead of frozen corn and it works fine. I also use real butter not margarine.
monkeysmom October 14, 2012 REVIEW:
Made this for potluck lunch--thought this dish was terrific, really good. It is simple and easy to make. Will keep this receipe in my receipe box to make again.
Guest Foodie November 25, 2009 REVIEW:
This recipe is great! I always am looking for side dish recipes to make in my crockpot so my oven is free for the main dish.
kiddnp November 24, 2009 REVIEW:
I made this for a Thanksgiving potluck at work. I doubled the recipe and let it cook at my desk. My coworkers loved it! I am definitely going to keep this recipe and use it in the future!
Guest Foodie February 23, 2008 REVIEW:
My crock pot cooks kinda hot so I cook this on high for 30 minutes then on low for 2 hours. This is my son's favorite corn recipe.
Heather December 15, 2006 REVIEW:
This recipe was really easy and worked out great for my work party. I turned it on when I got to work and it was ready for lunchtime. I followed the recipe except used 2 16oz bags of corn. It was still very creamy.
DoubleDutch October 8, 2006 REVIEW:
This crock pot corn is my go to side dish when I want something easy and yummy!
Guest Foodie July 29, 2004 REVIEW:
This was good but just a little on the bland side. Maybe it was the corn I used (I just bought regular frozen corn, not the super sweet or white corn). I added some salt and pepper when I served it and that helped.