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Day 24 Crockpot Challenge Cheesy Creamed Corn

It is so funny when I started this challenge I thought it would be a lot easier then it I find myself daily struggling to find a new recipe that my family will actually eat. I think really you do not realize how often you eat a food till it is time to make something different every day. This one came from a friend and I must admit I was a little I always made cream corn out of a can. But it was really good and I hope you try it out :O)

3-16 ounce Packages of Frozen Corn
1-8 ounce Package of Cream Cheese
1-3 ounce Package of Cream Cheese Cubed
3 Tablespoons of Water
3 Tablespoons of Milk
1 Tablespoon of Sugar
1/2 cup shredded Cheddar Cheese 

Just throw it all in your crockpot and turn it on to low for about 4 hours :O) if you are home mix it every now and then.


Grace said…
Now if it is made in a crock pot it has already become my favorite recipe. Thanks for sharing.
sharon said…
I've never made cream style corn- but this sounds pretty good! Thanks
Melanie Payne said…
yay! I'm glad you liked it :)

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