Delicious CrockPot Corn Pudding Recipe that tastes amazing. Perfect for holiday meals or any night of the week.
Crockpot Corn Pudding Recipe
Does November 1 always arrive sooner than you realize? Once Halloween passes, it is time to dive headfirst into all things Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Are you ready? To kick off the holiday recipes made in the slow cooker, we are starting with this Slow Cooker CrockPot Corn Pudding Recipe.
This dish could also be called a corn casserole. It depends on where you live, whether you call it corn pudding or CrockPot corn casserole. What do you call it in your family?
I love easy side dishes, especially for the holidays. The last thing you want to do is stress over when things need to go into the oven or cook on the stovetop. I love setting up as many dishes as possible in my CrockPot, which makes life much easier.
Check out all of our favorite Thanksgiving Recipes! What is your favorite holiday side dish?
You just can't go wrong with easy recipes! This Slow-Cooker corn casserole is perfect for Christmas dinner.
If you run out of slow cookers we also have Jiffy Creamed Corn Casserole that is made in the oven.
Here is a quick overview of the simple ingredients needed to make an epic CrockPot Corn Pudding! The printable recipe card at the bottom of the post includes specific measurements and step-by-step instructions.
- Corn Kernels
- Non-Stick Cooking Spray
- Paper Towels: You can place paper towels under the slow cooker lid to help collect condensation so it doesn't fall on the CrockPot corn casserole recipe.
- Large Mixing Bowl: We are big fans of this glass batter bowl with a handle. It makes it easy to mix ingredients and keeps the mixing bowl steady on the counter.
- CrockPot: We suggest using a CrockPot with a digital timer that automatically switches the slow cooker setting to warm after a set time.
How to Make CrockPot Corn Pudding
I've included complete instructions in the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post, but here's a quick version.
- Heavily butter CrockPot interior, add corn, finely chop the remaining corn, and add to the pot.
- Mix the remaining eggs, sugar, butter, and milk in a bowl, and pour over the corn.
- Cook on low
Preparation and Storage
Make-Ahead + Storage: This CrockPot Corn Pudding is make-ahead-friendly! Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container, and enjoy them within three to four days.
Freezing/How to Freeze: Transfer any freezer-bound leftovers of this holiday side dish to an airtight, freezer-safe container and enjoy within two to three months.
How to Reheat: Reheat your corn casserole leftovers using your microwave, stovetop, or CrockPot, depending on how many portions you need to prepare. Thaw frozen servings overnight in the fridge to ensure they heat evenly.
You can use fresh, canned, or frozen corn in this recipe; just use what you have in your kitchen if you don’t want to purchase additional ingredients.
You can also use brown sugar instead of white sugar to make this CrockPot Corn Pudding. Consider adding some cinnamon if you go this route to add more warm winter flavors to this dish.
We have seen some recipes that add cream cheese to make their corn pudding extra rich.
Optional is adding cheddar cheese or pepper jack cheese for a cheesier crock pot corn casserole recipe.
Vegetarian Option: This recipe is vegetarian-friendly!
Vegan Option: Vegans should replace eggs, butter, and milk with plant-based alternatives to make this recipe vegan.
Gluten-Free: The ingredients in this recipe are typically gluten-free, so the dish should be safe for gluten-free eaters. Look for a gluten-free label on canned corn, as the liquid it’s submerged in may contain gluten-unsafe additives.
Alcohol-Free Option: Corn pudding typically doesn’t contain alcohol, nor do we use any in ours. Check out this Savory Chardonnay Corn Pudding by Jordan Vineyard & Winery if you crave an adult-only version.
Smaller Serving Size + Larger Group/More Servings: The written recipe makes four servings. Scale it up or down to your desired yield, keeping in mind that you may need to work in batches if you scale up.
Make it Spicy: Cayenne powder, red chili pepper flakes, chili powder, and chopped jalapeños are fantastic mix-ins if you want spicy corn casserole.
Sugar-Free: This recipe contains 10 grams of sugar per serving. Replace white sugar with a sugar-free substitute to make it sugar-free.
Tips for the Best CrockPot Corn Pudding
- If you use canned corn in this recipe, drain the liquid from the corn before adding it to the pot. While moist corn pudding is good, watery corn pudding is not.
- We like keeping this classic recipe delightfully simple, but you can turn it into a loaded CrockPot Corn Pudding by adding meat or cheese.
- We have recipes for oven-made Creamed Corn Casserole and CrockPot Creamed Corn if you want more corn side dish ideas!
What to Serve with CrockPot Corn Pudding
Our CrockPot Corn Pudding is the perfect comfort food side dish when your household craves a homestyle, all-American meal or a hearty accompaniment to a holiday gathering. Here are some menu planning suggestions.
Side Dish Recipe Ideas: Broccoli Casserole, Apple Stuffing, Funeral Potatoes, BLT Pasta Salad, Southern Fried Cabbage with Bacon, Air Fryer Baked Potato, Jiffy Cornbread with Sour Cream, Sweet Potato Casserole with Candied Yams, Southern Style Green Beans, CrockPot Bourbon Baked Beans
Main Dishes: Cracker Barrel Broccoli Cheddar Chicken, Stovetop Meatloaf, Chicken Casserole with Ritz Crackers, CrockPot Rosemary Pork, Cracker Barrel Chicken & Dumplings, CrockPot Macaroni & Cheese with Ham, CrockPot Salisbury Steak, CrockPot Ham & Cheese Grits
Desserts: Ooey-Gooey Butter Cake, Lemon Bars, Lemon Icebox Pie, Best Rice Krispie Treats, Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler, Magnolia Bakery Banana Pudding, Bisquick Apple Cobbler, Bisquick Peach Cobbler, Molasses Cookies, Banana Bread, Classic Chocolate Brownies
When to Serve
- Family and Friend Gatherings
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Slow Cooker Crock Pot Corn Pudding Recipe
- Heavily butter inside of crock pot, add in 1 ½ cups of corn, finely chop remaining ½ cup corn and add in.
- Mix remaining eggs, sugar, butter and milk in a bowl, pour over the corn.
- Cook on low for 2 hours.
- Slow cooker
Recipe originally shared on November 1, 2017. Updated October 2020.