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RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

Posted by kaelkriver (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 6, 08 at 12:18

Hi,

I'm hoping you can help locate a recipe that you make in a crockpot. It begins with frozen corn and you add cream cheese, sugar, butter, maybe whipping cream? Anyway, though on the rich side, it was very, very good. I'd like to make it for Thanksgiving, so if you have a recipe to share, I certainly would appreciate it.

Thanks!


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

This one has milk, not whipping cream.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cheesy corn casserole


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

Thank you, that's just what I wanted.


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

You're most welcome.


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

I make this every year and use very little milk sometimes none at all. I use frozen corn, block of cream cheese and half a stick butter. So rich and sinful but oh so good.
It's requested time and again.


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

Ohhh - that sounds good!!

Would cheddar cheese work or should I use the American cheese? Would like to try this for Thanksgiving.

Thanks!


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RE: RECIPE: Looking for: Corn in a Crockpot

Totally different taste with another cheese, at least for me.
I've made a mexicorn "soup" with American cheese and frozen corn with peppers and onion.
The cream cheese and the butter on this is so good and great for a holiday dinner. I've done the other with hamburgers, steak and the like.


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