Crock Pot Corn Casserole is a classic side dish made with corn, cornbread mix, sour cream, butter, and cheddar cheese. It’s fabulously creamy and delicious with lots of sweet corn flavor.
Since this recipe is made with canned corn, it can be enjoyed all year long. You can substitute fresh corn kernels during the summer months.
This Crock Pot Corn Casserole recipe is wonderfully quick and easy to make. Just mix together all the ingredients in a bowl and dump them in a 6-quart slow cooker. Cover and cook on HIGH for 2 to 3 hours or on LOW for 4 hours. Only about 5 minutes of hands on time is needed. Great for a holiday meal and pairs wonderfully with any type of meat. I hardly ever meet anyone who doesn’t like corn so this casserole is a great choice when cooking for family or guests.
Tips for making Crock Pot Corn Casserole:
- You can substitute 4 cups of fresh corn kernels for the 2 cans of whole-kernel corn. No need to cook it first. Or you can use frozen corn. Thaw it first for best results.
- Try using Pepper Jack cheese instead of cheddar for a little heat.
- Add a can of diced green chilies or a tablespoon of diced jalapeno for a little heat.
- For a super rich version try adding a combination of sour cream and softened cream cheese (1/2 cup sour cream and 4 ounces of cream cheese.)
- You have to watch the time with this casserole, especially if cooking on high. You want to cook it until the center is set, but cook it too long and the edges will burn. Each crock pot cooks a little differently.
- I use Jiffy cornbread mix, but any 8.5-ounce box will do.
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Crock Pot Corn Casserole is a classic side dish made with corn, cornbread mix, sour cream, butter, and cheddar cheese. It's fabulously creamy and delicious with lots of sweet corn flavor.
In a large bowl, stir together eggs and creamed corn until mixed well.
Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
Transfer mixture to a lightly greased 6-quart slow cooker. Cover and cook on HIGH for 2 to 3 hours or on Low for 4 hours or until the center is set.
4 cups of fresh corn kernels can be used instead of the 2 cans of whole kernel corn.
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