Rudy's Slow Cooker Creamed Corn

Need a great side for any meal? Try out Rudy's Slow Cooker Creamed Corn recipe for your side to accompany your next meal. Corn is a staple in North American Culture, especially in the warmer regions like Mexico and the desert of the United States. Corn is also very popular in Canada and grows in the prairie provinces in the southern areas. Corn has long been a part of our history in this part of the world and South America as well. Corn is one of the three sisters of life-giving plants that were honoured by the native people to the land and grown to feed the people even in serious drought. The three sister plants are corn, squash and beans, all of which have wonderful nutrients and can be made individually or combined in recipes with herbs and spices to create delicious meals.

The native people showed the newcomers from Europe how to grow their own corn, how to create different recipes with it, and from there we have seen corn become one of the more popular vegetables to see on a dinner plate. With it's deliciously sweet kernels and the many different ways it can be cooked and added to recipes, it's no wonder that corn is revered so highly even til this day. The other great thing about corn recipes is that they are very affordable to make. Whether you purchase the corn still on the cob, or a bag of frozen corn to make recipes with, it doesn't usually cost very much which makes it great to feed a lot of people.

Corn is very nutritious as well. It's a great vegetable packed with tons of vitamins like lutein and zeaxanthin that help you have better vision, and it also has a high level of antioxidants and the antioxidants actually raise when it is cooked, which is very different than other vegetables that tend to lose nutrients when they are cooked, so they are better to eat raw instead of cooked. But it seems that corn is better used in cooking recipes. Often people will just eat the corn right off of the cob, which is so tasty and so easy to prepare. But it is also fun to experiment with different recipes like this creamed corn recipe, and try out something new. This creamed corn recipe is made in the slow cooker as well, which means little to no effort is needed. Just throw everything in the crockpot or slow cooker, set it and forget it!

This creamed corn recipe calls for corn kernels, heavy cream, cream cheese, parmesan cheese, butter, sugar, and salt and pepper to taste. As you can see from the recipe, don't make this if you are on a low cholesterol diet! It is quite creamy and heavy as you can see. This would be more of a treat corn dish to have once in a while then it is something to have every night. All you have to do is combine the cream and cheeses in the slow cooker, then add the rest of the ingredients from the recipe, stir it up a little bit and cook on low for four to five hours. When you are ready to eat dinner, your creamed corn will be smelling amazing and be ready to eat! The photo of the recipe shows they sprinkled a bit of paprika on top of the corn, which adds some nice colour and a little bit of heat. Garnish with some finely chopped parsley and it will have the picture perfect presentation! Try out this super easy recipe from 12 Tomatoes, and be sure to check out more of their awesome recipes while you are over there, we are sure you will find a few to try out! Happy cooking!

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