This Hot Corn Dip is ADDICTING! Bacon and green chiles gives this dish the kick is needs. Sprinkle some cilantro into the cheesy corn dish for a perfect party dish. Serve it with chips or crackers as an appetizer or solo as a creamy side dish. Either way, it'll be the most popular dish at the table.
My heart is being pulled in a million edible directions right now. I've spent the past two days in my kitchen with apples. Apple Cider and Apple Pie are literally oozing out of my fridge and my house smells like heaven. I am itching to make a new Pasta Sauce and Lasagna recipe next week. And I can't dismiss pumpkin and Halloween recipes this time of year. Fall is prime cooking and baking season and I caaaan't get enough.
I made this Hot Corn Dip last weekend when we had some favorite friends over for dinner. I knew our picky boys wouldn't touch it but that the adults would love it (umm, it is TO DIE FOR). What made me kick my sneakers off my toes was seeing our friends' KIDS devour this dip. They couldn't get enough! Success!
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HOW TO CREATE THIS PERFECT SLOW COOKER HOT CORN DIP
This delish dish serves a dual purpose. It is the perfect hot-dip appetizer when served with chips and it also works great as a creamy side dish eaten with a fork. Either way, YUM! Great any time of year and for any type of gathering.
In a 6-quart slow cooker, combine the corn, bacon, chilies, sour cream, pepperjack, cheddar, cream and Parmesan cheese. Stir, cover and cook on LOW heat for 2 hours, stirring once or twice throughout.
Cook on HIGH heat for an additional 30 minutes and spread the mixture into a casserole dish to serve. Sprinkle with cilantro. Serve warm as a side dish or serve with tortilla chips or crackers as an appetizer!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and spoon the leftover corn dip into a baking dish. Place it in the oven for 20-30 minutes or until warmed through.
EASY VARIATIONS TO THIS DISH
Add diced bell peppers or chopped up spinach.
Sprinkle green onions on the top before serving.
For more heat, add a 1/2 tsp of chili powder at a time.
Monterey Jack Cheese and cheddar cheese are just as delicious options in this recipe if you don't have pepperjack on hand. Remember! Fresh grated cheese is better at melting into the dip than the pre-shredded. So if you can, shred it yourself!
Instead of using frozen corn from the freezer section, try grilling your fresh corn on the cob like we do in this Grilled Corn on the Cob with Spicy Cilantro Lime Butter and then cut if off the cob for a delicious addition to your hot corn dip.
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