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Creamy Crock Pot Corn is THE BEST corn side dish and so simple to make! The slow cooker does all the work. Perfect for the holidays, potlucks, picnics or a treat for a weeknight meal.

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How to Make Creamy Corn in a Slow Cooker

UPDATED with a video from Mikey.

Not a fan of cream corn? Don’t let the name fool you…this Creamy Crock Pot Corn from Gooseberry Patch’s Grilling and Campfires Cooking is not your average cream corn!

I honestly have no idea how cream corn is made, but it is just not my favorite corn. When I saw this recipe, I knew it would be creamy…it has cream cheese in it…but couldn’t resist trying it…it has CREAM CHEESE in it! 😉

Michael has a real bad habit of not telling me that he doesn’t like something until I have already made it. I made up a dish one night and asked him before hand if that sounded good. Well, he didn’t tell me that he didn’t like that particular meal, so I was a bit surprised when he didn’t like it. Then he tells me that he just doesn’t like that dish period. I just shook my head and went on.

When he tried this corn and said, “Wow! This is really good! And I don’t even like cream corn!” I just shook my head again. Gotta love ’em!

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The recipe said it would serve 8-10, so I cut it in half for us. However, Mommy, Daddy and Ryder LOVED this recipe. I definitely didn’t need to cut it in half! My little guy wanted more and more and more! When your toddler wants to eat his veggies, you remember that recipe!

So I’ll share with you the full amounts…you will definitely want them! 🙂

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Creamy Crock Pot Corn Notes

  • This recipe is from Gooseberry Patch’s Grilling and Campfires Cooking
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Creamy Crock Pot Corn

Creamy Crock Pot Corn is THE BEST corn side dish and so simple to make! The slow cooker does all the work. Perfect for the holidays, potlucks, picnics or a treat for a weeknight meal.

5 from 101 votes

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Course: Side Dish

Cuisine: American

Keyword: Crock Pot Creamy Corn

Prep Time: 5 minutes minutes

Cook Time: 4 hours hours

Total Time: 4 hours hours 5 minutes minutes

Servings: 10 servings

Calories: 194kcal

Author: Aunt Lou

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place corn in crock pot

  • Cut butter and cream cheese into cubes and place in crock pot

  • Add sugar, salt and pepper

  • Stir well

  • Cover and cook on low for 4 hours or high for 2 hours

  • Stir at least once half way through cooking time

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  • This recipe is from Gooseberry Patch’s Grilling and Campfires Cooking
  • Looking for more recipes? OurRecipe Findercan help you find exactly what you need.
  • Check out all our favorite recommendations for cookbooks, slow cookers and low carb essentials in ourAmazon Influencer Shop.
  • As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts andnutritionalinformation varies greatly. As a result, yournutritionalcontent depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.
  • All slow cookers cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline. Recipes shouldalways be tested first in your own slow cooker and time adjusted as needed.

Nutrition

Calories: 194kcal | Carbohydrates: 19g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Cholesterol: 37mg | Sodium: 349mg | Potassium: 231mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 446IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 26mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (13)Kristi says

    Do you need to thaw the corn or just add it to the crockpot frozen?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (14)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (15)
      You do not have to thaw the corn before putting it in the crock pot. Enjoy!

  2. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (16)Laurie Johnston says

    This looks delicious and I would like to try it for Christmas. Would it make a big difference if I didn’t add the sugar?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (17)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (18)
      I haven’t tried this recipe without the sugar. It would change the sweet/savory flavor of the recipe, but I think it could work. If you give it a try, let me know how it goes!

  3. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (19)Ecfinn says

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    Thank you for this great, easy recipe. It is officially my family’s favorite holiday side dish. I make it vegan with vegan cream cheese and vegan butter and it turned out great. Omnivores, as well as vegans, wolfed it.

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (21)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (22)
      So glad you found a way to make this recipe suite you and your needs! We really love this recipe too!

  4. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (23)Kristen Beaman says

    Is there a way to adapt this recipe and cook without a crockpot?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (24)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (25)
      I have added it to the list to try on the stove top!

  5. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (26)Dottie says

    Can I use can corn last minute pot luck can corn is all I have

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (27)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (28)
      I haven’t tried this with canned corn. I think it could work. You will want to drain the corn first. If you give it a try, let us know how it goes!

    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (30)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (31)
      So glad you enjoyed this Darla! I love your idea. Sounds yummy!

  6. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (32)Terry Eggen says

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    love the corn recipe. this will be one of my Thanksgiving sides!

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (34)Aunt Lou says

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      Yay! I’m so glad to hear it Terry! We love this dish at Thanksgiving too!

  7. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (36)Brittany says

    I’m trying this for this Father’s Day weekend! What size crockpot should I use? Thanks!

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (37)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Brittany!

      A 4-quart should work just fine! Enjoy!

      ~Aunt Lou

  8. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (39)Joan Murphy says

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    This is a corn dish to die for! I’ve tried another variation that had 1/2 cup of milk in it too, but it was too soupy. So easy and tasty. If you wanted to freelance, some small, cut up pieces of green or red pepper and/or even onion would be good in it too.

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (41)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (42)
      I’m so glad you enjoyed it as much as we do Joan! If you give those additions a try, let me know what you think!

      Thank you for taking your time to come and leave us such a kind comment!

      Aunt Lou

  9. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (43)Sue says

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    I added Red Bell Peppers and Green Peppers to the recipe and used it as “Christmas Corn”. It was a huge favorite for all ages because it wasn’t too spicy..!!

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  10. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (45)Tammy W says

    Have you tried making ahead of time and reheating?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (46)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Tammy!

      I have had leftovers (usually very little left though! lol) that I have reheated, and they have tasted great as well! I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

      Aunt Lou

  11. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (48)Jamie says

    Could you double the recipe? What do you think about cooktime? Can’t wait to try it just want to make sure we have enough

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (49)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Jamie!

      I don’t blame you for wanting to double the recipe! It is SOOOO good! I haven’t tried doubling it. If I did, I would use a 6-quart crock pot instead of a 4-quart and would do approximately the same cook time. As always, keep a close eye on it the first time you try it out. Enjoy!

      Aunt Lou

  12. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (51)Michelle says

    Would it be ok to freeze the remainder of the corn after cooking?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (52)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Michelle!

      I haven’t tried freezing this recipe. I’m afraid freezing and reheating it will affect the texture of the corn. If you give it a tried, let me know how it goes.

      ~Aunt Lou

  13. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (54)Wanda Garrett says

    Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (55)
    Just as my twin sister is expected to bring a chicken/broccoli casserole to any family gathering, I am expected to bring Crock Pot Corn. I like to use one bag of yellow and one bag of shoepeg corn. All my friends & relatives, from aged 8 to 80, love this corn. I do to. I do save it for special occasions. It has become a tradition. Never any leftovers! I like to use one bag of yellow and one bag of shoepeg corn.

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (56)Aunt Lou says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (57)
      That sounds yummy Wanda!

  14. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (58)Doyle says

    I have made this before and it is very good. I do wish all recipes state the size of the Crock used to make them.

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (59)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Doyle!

      I’m so glad you liked this recipe!

      Our more recent recipes have the crock pot size we use, but we are still working on updating all of the recipes that do not have them. If you ever have a question on crock pot size, just ask! We will be happy to help!

      Aunt Lou

  15. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (61)Brooke says

    We thought it was pretty good, but there were several hard pieces of corn even after being cooked on low. Any solutions??

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (62)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Brooke!

      I am not sure why there would be hard pieces. Did you use a brand of corn you have used before with no problems? We had great success with Kroger brand frozen corn. You might give it a try with Kroger corn if you have a Kroger, Jay-C or Ruler in your area.

      Aunt Lou

  16. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (64)Christie says

    Looking forward to making this for a BBQ tomorrow! I want to use fresh corn on the cob and I was thinking I could shave it and put it in raw to cook. Do you think same amount of ounces?

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    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (65)Aunt Lou says

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      Hi Christie!

      Yes, same amount of corn. You might want to add a little bit of liquid since the freezer corn would have a bit of liquid in it. Let me know how it goes! Enjoy!

      Aunt Lou

    • Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (67)Cris says

      Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (68)
      This is a regular at our holidays!

  17. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (69)Aunt Lou says

    Hi Kevlar!

    It is two of the 12oz pkgs of frozen corn. Enjoy!

    Aunt Lou

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  18. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (70)kevlar says

    is it 2 pkgs of corn – 12 oz total.
    or 2 x 12 oz pkgs – 24 oz total?
    Thanks..

    Reply

  19. Creamy Crock Pot Corn - Recipes That Crock! (71)lynn says

    Use garlic salt in place of regular-
    scrumptious !!

    Reply

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