Cream cheese corn recipe

Ok y’all! I promised you the recipe for this so flipping amazing and easy you  will want to make it for everyone you know including your mailman, cream cheese corn and I am going to keep my promise. So here it goes…it’s really so easy it is almost criminal that it tastes so good. Aren’t those the best recipes?
I am updating this recipe post as it was the first one I ever posted and I felt the need to say more about this family recipe. This is my mom’s recipe and I have no idea of it’s origins, and once you take a bite, you will not either. I have to double this recipe for my family of 6 each time and it is almost where I need to triple it. Everyone comes and scoops some “tastes” out of the pot into a bowl and then we don’t have much left for the actual meal. This is the perfect side dish to a roast or smothered chicken. It is definitely one of our favorites! And I even took a picture for the post today! I’ve come a long way baby (yes that is a cigarette slogan from the 80’s. That was my mama’s brand…ah memories!! lol!!! ) Enjoy!!!

cream cheese corn

Makes 5-6 small servings

stuff you need~

1 medium onion, chopped fine 
2 Tablespoons Butter 
1 (10 ounce) can of corn, drained (I used niblets whenever possible)
2-3 oz cream cheese 

Melt your butter in a 2 quart saucepan. Sauté onion until tender. Lower your heat some. Stir in the drained corn. Add cream cheese and stir until combined well with corn. Add salt and pepper to taste. You can add a little bit of milk to loosen it up some if the mixture is too thick.

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just a taste

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3 thoughts on “Cream cheese corn recipe”

  1. You can amp this up as a Mexican side dish by adding sour cream, green chillies , and salsa verde, green onions, and pepper jack cheese! I’m going to have to make it your way- sounds scrumptious!

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