Creamy and Irresistible: Rudy’s Slow-Cooker Creamed Corn Recipe

Imagine a side dish that perfectly combines the sweetness of corn with the rich creaminess of a delectable sauce. Say hello to Crock Pot Creamed Corn – a dish that will leave you craving more with every bite.

Forget what you know about ordinary creamed corn because this recipe takes it to a whole new level. It has become a Thanksgiving staple for me and now, I’m sharing it with you so you can elevate your holiday menu too.

A Slow-Cooker Delight

One of the best things about this recipe is that it is made in the Crock-Pot. No need to watch over it on the stovetop or worry about oven space. Simply combine the ingredients in just two minutes and let it cook away.

How To Make Crockpot Cream Corn

After four hours of slow cooking, a gentle stir is all it takes to serve this dreamy dish. Trust me, it’s hard to resist sampling it before it’s ready – I’ve been guilty of “sampling” it multiple times. The first bite at the table is always followed by exclamations of delight and requests for more.

Rudy’s Cream Corn – A BBQ Sensation

This creamed corn recipe was inspired by Rudy’s BBQ, a renowned barbecue chain. Although I’ve been a longtime fan of Rudy’s, I never got around to trying their creamed corn. Luckily, my friend Amber created this copycat recipe, and I’m grateful to have stumbled upon it. I can’t imagine creamed corn getting any better than this.

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Slow Cooker Magic

If you’re familiar with my blog, you already know my love for slow cooker recipes. They make life so much easier, whether it’s waking up to a warm bowl of Slow Cooker Oatmeal or enjoying a flavorful CrockPot Roast Beef dinner. I’ve relied on my slow cooker for countless occasions, especially during busy holiday meals when oven and stovetop space is limited.

I have multiple slow cookers and each serves a specific purpose. For transporting food, I highly recommend a crockpot with a locking lid. It has accompanied me to potlucks, barbecues, and game nights. However, be cautious as these slow cookers run quite hot compared to others on the market.

For everyday use, an 8-quart Crockpot is perfect for cooking large roasts and generous portions of chili. And when I need to cook smaller recipes, a 3-quart version is just right. Thanksgiving has become a breeze since I started using medium-sized round slow cookers to hold all of my side dishes.

Creamed Corn Ingredients

To recreate Rudy’s Creamed Corn, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • Frozen corn
  • Cream cheese
  • Heavy cream
  • Butter
  • Sugar, salt, and pepper

Creamed Corn in the Slow Cooker

To make this luscious creamed corn, simply mix all the ingredients together in your slow cooker and let it work its magic. The combination of heavy cream, butter, and cream cheese with a large bag of frozen corn creates a sweet and savory dish that is incredibly flavorful. It surpasses any canned creamed corn you’ve ever tasted, leaving you craving more with its addictive taste.

More Corn Delights

If you enjoy the convenience of slow cooking corn, you must try Crock Pot Corn on the Cob. It’s the perfect solution when you can’t grill or bake it. Additionally, Crock Pot Corn Chowder from Taste and Tell is a must-try for lovers of creamy soups.

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Looking for more corn side dish ideas? Chorizo Corn Chowder is a spicy and creamy soup that will bring a smile to your face. Corn Pudding Casserole is a southern-inspired dish with a hint of sweetness that the whole family will love. And for a party-worthy chip dip, try Elote (Hot Mexican Corn Dip). If you’re a fan of spicy flavors, you’ll also enjoy Jalapeno Corn Coleslaw.

Whether you serve Slow Cooker Creamed Corn with your Thanksgiving feast or alongside some BBQ, Rudy’s style, I guarantee it will become a favorite dish that you’ll keep coming back to. So, get ready to indulge in this creamy delight that will leave your taste buds begging for more!

(originally published 11/20/13 – notes and photos updated 10/8/21)

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