Our Crock Pot Creamed Corn is Super Rich, Creamy and Utterly Delicious! Made with only 5 ingredients it’s Super Simple to put together so it makes the perfect side dish for the Holidays or an everyday Family Dinner.

Crock Pot Creamed Corn

Only 5 ingredients, tossed in your crock pot, a little time to cook and you have one of the most unbelievable Crock Pot Creamed Corn dishes ever.

How simple is that, my friend?

Why ever bother with canned cream corn?


This recipe makes a luscious, rich, creamed corn with virtually no effort.

The crock pot does all the work for you!

And let me tell ya, this homemade creamed corn is so much better than anything you can get in a can.

Creamed corn is generally made either with fresh or frozen corn on the stove top.

Not only is this one of the most truly yummy recipes for creamed corn I’ve ever tasted, it’s cooked in the crock pot…..brilliant!

Imagine how often that will come in handy.

The crockpot makes this the perfect recipe to make in the “dog days” of summer when you don’t want your oven to heat up your house.

It’s also the perfect thing to make for a holiday when your stove top is tied up cooking other things.

Instead, this fabulous creamed corn cooking away in your crockpot!

It’s also wonderful to make for the holidays because it’s so darn easy and delicious!

Cubing the cream cheese and butter is about all the effort required.

Recipe Notes for Crock Pot Creamed Corn:

Cooking Time: The original recipe says to cook on high for 2-4 hours.

While it’s still rich and delicious, I find that when the Creamed Corn is cooked for only 2 hours in my Crockpot, the creamed part is too soupy for my taste.

When the mixture cooks for 3 or 4 hours the sauce gets lusciously thick.

Remember, all crockpots cook at slightly different temperatures. The first time you make this, you may have to do a little testing to see where the “sweet spot” of cooking time is for your crock pot.

You can adjust the cooking time to suit your own personal preference of thickness.

Crock Pot Creamed Corn



Crock Pot Creamed Corn


Crock Pot Creamed Corn

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Crock Pot Creamed Corn
5 from 1 vote

Crock Pot Creamed Corn

Our Crock Pot Creamed Corn is Super Rich, Creamy and Utterly Delicious! Made with only 5 ingredients it's Super Simple to put together so it makes the perfect side dish for the Holidays or an everyday Family Dinner. 

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 453 kcal
Author Kathleen


  • 1--16 Ounce Bag Frozen Corn Thawed and Drained
  • 1 Cup Whole Milk
  • 1 Tablespoon Sugar
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper
  • 8 Ounces Cream Cheese Cubed
  • 1/2 Cup Unsalted Butter Cubed


  1. Add the first 5 ingredient to a Crock Pot and stir. Add the cream cheese and butter. Cover and cook on high heat for 3 hours. Uncover and stir well until sauce comes together and is smooth. Cover and cook on high for 40-60 minutes more or until sauce is thickened.

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Nutritional Information

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Nutrition Facts
Crock Pot Creamed Corn
Amount Per Serving
Calories 453 Calories from Fat 396
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 44g 68%
Saturated Fat 26g 130%
Cholesterol 129mg 43%
Sodium 356mg 15%
Potassium 176mg 5%
Total Carbohydrates 9g 3%
Sugars 8g
Protein 5g 10%
Vitamin A 31.4%
Vitamin C 0.5%
Calcium 13.1%
Iron 1.2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Source: Adapted from Allrecipes