Crockin’ Corn Casserole

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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 2 hrs
Temp High

This creamy corn dish will leave you lickin' your lips it's so sweet and yummy! It's perfect for Thanksgiving side or any time of year.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup butter
  • 1 Cup sour cream
  • 1 egg
  • 1 (16-ounce) Can whole kernel corn, drained
  • 1 (16-ounce) Can cream style corn
  • 1 small box cornmeal mix

Directions

  1. Step One

    In a small bowl, mix butter, sour cream, and egg together.

  2. Step Two

    Stir in both cans of corn and muffin mix.

  3. Step Three

    Spray slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray and pour batter in the crock.

  4. Step Four

    Cover and cook on HIGH for 2 to 3 hours or until toothpick inserted comes out clean.

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  1. kim

    Do you think I could double or triple this recipe and still crock it? I’m cooking some for a side dish for about 100 people.

  2. Lori

    The whole family enjoyed this!

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  3. Peaches

    Peaches

    Made this tonight as a side dish to beef and been burritos (I also crocked the burrito beef). It was delicious and a huge hit!!

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  4. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Great tip for hot crocks, Shannon! Happy Crockin’, girl!

  5. Shannon

    Shannon

    Hi everyone! I have made this recipe now twice and it is fantastic! It turns out really well if you use cooking spray. I have always made the oven version but this was just as good and so easy. I used a 5QT slow cooker (on high as directed) and it takes exactly 3 hrs. My smaller crock runs hot so I rotate the crock in the heating element halfway thru cooking. Truly a set and forget recipe w delicious results!

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  6. Kristen

    I made this for a Thanksgiving pot luck at work. I doubled the recipe & cooked it at work. It was delicious & so easy. Everybody loved it & there wasn’t any left. Thanks for the great recipe.

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  7. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    A good rule of thumb is to double the time when cooking on low. Not sure how this will work with this particular casserole. Good luck.

  8. Pamela

    Very tasty. I assume the butter needs to be melted. Also a small bowl isn’t big enough to mix this in…you need a large bowl. I think i’ll make this again for Christmas (should go nice with a ham).

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  9. Karen

    Made this as a side for our family Thanksgiving dinner. Got TONS of compliments on it! Thanks ladies!

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  10. Jaclyn

    By “this” i mean the corn casserole. :)

  11. Jaclyn

    Is it an option to cook this on low for a longer time than 3 hours? I’m going to be out today for longer than three hours and want to cook while i’m out, but I don’t want to put it on high and risk burning it before i get home. So, I’m thinking low, but for how long?

  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thanks, Kimberly!!! That’s what I use, also!

  13. Kimberly

    Kimberly

    RESPONSE TO KELLY – I use the Jiffy Corn Bread Mix and it is 8.5 oz.
    Hope that helps! :)

  14. Kelly

    Can you tell me how many oz are in the ‘small box of cornmeal’? Is that just the small 8.5 oz box? I bought the smallest size they had but it is 32 oz and I am guessing that is way too much.

  15. Angelie

    Hello,
    I am excited to try this but some family members have egg allergies so I was wondering if there is something else I could use to substitute for the egg. Thanks!

  16. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    We used out 6qt GE slow cooker for the corn casserole. Meghan, if you’re making this for Thanksgiving you can double it. That should be enough for 12-16 servings if made in a 6-7qt slow cooker.

  17. amie f.

    I doubled this recipe in my 2 qt crockpot and it took about 4 hours on high.

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  18. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Lucky students. You will not want to increase the time. Just do a toothpick test to make sure it is all done.

  19. Meghan

    Hi! I want to make this for my students for our feast on Wednesday. I have 19 of them. Can I just double the recipe without increasing the time? Thank you :-)

  20. Melissa

    Melissa

    I’m also wondering what size slow cooker and how many servings this makes? I’m planning to make this for Thanksgiving!

  21. Jill

    Jill

    For the broccoli dish, I would like to use fresh broccoli and real, long cooking rice. I would imagine that in order to do this, a certain amount of liquid would have to be added as the frozen broccoli gives off liquid and the regular rice would need more water/liquid in order to cook.

    Have you tried this with fresh ingredients?

    The corn casserole sounds good and I’ll try that for sure. I make my cornbread from scratch, so I will have to adjust, I suppose.

  22. V K.

    What size slow cooker for this recipe…it would really be great if the size of the slow cooker were included in all of the recipes; maybe in the section for prep time, cook time & temp.

  23. Kimberly

    Kimberly

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!
    This is one of my families favorite Thanksgiving and Christmas dishes!! I usually make it in the oven and was wondering how it would turn out in my slow cooker!
    My cooker tends to run hot…….I’m not sure I’ll need to leave it on for the full three hours; I am so happy though to have this receipe “converted” to a slow cooker version.

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