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Green Onion and Bacon Creamed Corn

Green Onion and Bacon Creamed Corn


This easy dish is perfect as a Thanksgiving side

This creamed corn smells great cooking all day.

Using a slow-cooker to make your Thanksgiving sides allows you more time to focus on the turkey and desserts. This creamy corn is filled with crunchy bacon.

This recipe is courtest of Crock Pot Dump Meals.

Ingredients

  • 2 packages (twelve ounces each) of frozen corn
  • 4 slices of bacon, crisp-cooked and crumbled, divided
  • 1 Cup chopped green onions
  • 3/4 Cups whipping cream
  • 4 Teaspoons sugar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt

Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.


Southern Fried Corn with Bacon

Southern-fried corn with bacon is the ultimate side dish recipe. Made with just 5 ingredients in under 30 minutes! You just can’t go wrong when serving a mixture of fresh corn kernels, crispy bacon, and butter.

Whether you’re making Southern fried corn with bacon or creamed corn the choice is yours in terms of fresh corn, frozen corn, or canned. Although I always highly recommend using fresh corn. Turkey bacon is a fine replacement if you don’t eat pork. Make sure to add more oil and butter if omitting the pork bacon.

Bacon releases a lot of grease and in those bacon drippings is where you’ll want to sautee the onions until they are nice and translucent.

Adding a tsp of sugar will sweeten up the corn and help balance the salt from the bacon.

If you’re a fan of soulfood then you will love this recipe. It’s so good.