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Easy Crockpot Corn Dip Recipe

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Crockpot Corn Dip is an easy slow cooker appetizer recipe that’s really going to stand out from the crowd. Cheesy, creamy and so corn-sweet, it’s one of the best appetizers–and it takes about 20 minutes to cook!

How awesome is that?! If you love dips, why stop here? I’ve got a giant list of popular dip recipes you need to check out!

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And if you’re all-in for the crockpot recipes, be sure to check out my 27+ appetizer recipes for the Super Bowl crowd. They’re some of the most awesome recipes you’ll find for a crowd anywhere.

But back to this amazing corn dip in the slow cooker. It’s super simple–and I just can’t even tell you how wonderful that is, when you’re under the wire and just need a great appetizer for a crowd. Or if you need a snack for a passel of boys.

The easiest way to make this cheesy corn dip is to NOT spend hours stirring it over a hot stove. Just drop some cubed cream cheese, sour cream, shredded cheeses and some corn into the crockpot (you know, with some other stuff) and then cover and cook.

Then serve with some sliced green onions over the top.

It’s really that simple.

How Long Does Crockpot Corn Dip Last?

Honestly, if you serve it right away, your corn dip isn’t going to last long. But, if you make it and then there’s some kind of mixup and someone else brings corn dip to the party too–well, you just pack your leftovers up and bring them home.

If you leave it out on the counter, still warming in the slow cooker, it’ll last 4-6 hours. So, if you want to bring it home after the party and have a snack, you’ll be just fine.

But, if you pack it up, your slow cooker corn dip will last for 12-15 days in an airtight container in the fridge. And you don’t have to worry about it, if you go ahead and just have a few snacks between now and then.

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Can You Freeze Hot Corn Dip?

Well, I mean, yeah, you can, absolutely freeze it, but the thing is, why would you?

Unless you made too much. I guess that could happen. If, you know, all your guests cancelled at the last minute or something. It’s happened to the best of us.

So, yeah, if you have a bunch of your slow cooker corn dip leftover, you can absolutely freeze it.

Just put the leftover corn dip in an airtight container then pop it in the freezer. You can expect it to last between 4-5 months. Just defrost and serve!

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Make it a Meal:

Vegetable Side: Grilled Sweet Onions

Starch Side: Butternut Squash Fries

Refreshing Drink: S’mores Mocktail

Don’t Forget Dessert: Cheesecake Dip

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What are the best foods to dip into dips?

Choosing quality food to dip in dips is critical for a truly optimal eating experience. Optimal dipping foods should be able to absorb sauces and hold their shape, while also providing a complementary flavor profile.

For example, fresh vegetables such as bell peppers, carrots, and celery are particularly good options, as they are crunchy and provide a healthy balance of texture and flavor.

Additionally, chips or crackers may also be suitable depending on the dip -a thicker consistency can support sturdier chips like a tortilla or potato chips; conversely, lighter crackers like wheat or pita are better suited for thinner dips like hummus or sour cream.

Though these two categories certainly offer an array of choices, any type of bread could potentially work as well.

Ultimately there are numerous options from which to choose when selecting the best foods to dip into dips – the possibilities really are endless!

What is the most popular type of dip?

Out of the vast array of dips available, one particular variety is most popular amongst consumers. Sour cream-based dips such as French onion dip or ranch dressing remain a classic favorite due to their unrivaled combination of tanginess and creaminess.

This type of dip often features diverse flavor accents that include herbs, spices, and even fruits and vegetables. Its versatility allows it to be used for dipping crunchy vegetables and chips, slathering atop burgers and sandwiches, or as a component in recipes such as conventional casseroles.

Despite its widespread popularity, sour cream-based dips have yet to fully saturate other cultures outside its native U.S., with regional specialties representing different countries’ cuisines still holding their own notoriety.

When should you serve dips?

Dips can be a great way to enhance any gathering. Whether it is a small get-together with family or friends or a larger event such as a party, dips are an excellent addition to both the food selection and the overall atmosphere.

There really isn’t a wrong time to serve dips, and they can easily be tailored to fit whatever occasion you’re hosting.

For example, if hosting a more formal affair like an anniversary celebration, selecting gourmet dips like artichoke truffle hummus, roasted garlic cream cheese dip, or brie basil onion dip would be appropriate.

Conversely, for more casual occasions like outdoor barbecues and family reunions, simpler options like garden salsa or white bean dip are an excellent choices.

Regardless of the type of event being hosted and regardless of the menu selection chosen, incorporating dips alongside other foods is sure to ensure that your gathering will be remembered fondly by all of your guests!

Best Crockpot Recipes:

Once you make this Crockpot Corn Dip Recipe, you’ll remember just how awesome it is to pop your ingredients in the slow cooker and just wait a bit then serve the dip. So, to help you out, I’ve pulled together some of the best slow cooker recipes you’ll find anywhere.

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More Corn Recipes:

Because you’re going to love this slow cooker corn dip recipe, you’re probably going to realize that you need more recipes with corn in your life. Conveniently for you, I’ve pulled together some tasty options.

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Crockpot Corn Dip

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 5 minutes

This is such an amazingly tasty recipe that I just can't help but share. And It comes together so fast, it's perfect for a party appetizer or an afternoon snack!


  • 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • 1 cup pepper jack cheese, shredded
  • 1 cup Monterey jack cheese, shredded
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 package frozen corn
  • 1 fresh jalapeno, seeds removed and diced


  1. Add all ingredients to a medium-sized slow cooker.
  2. Heat on low for approximately 4 hours, stirring often.


This can also be made in the oven:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 
  • In a medium bowl, mix together the cream cheese, sour cream, pepper jack cheese, Monterey jack cheese, and garlic powder.
  • Add the frozen corn and diced jalapeno and stir to combine.
  • Pour the mixture into a baking dish and bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes, or until cheese is melted and bubbly.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 259Total Fat: 22gSaturated Fat: 13gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 63mgSodium: 271mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 10g

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Thursday 7th of September 2023

Do you think you could use green chilies instead of the jalapeños ??

Kelli Miller

Friday 15th of September 2023

Absolutely! Using green chilies as a substitute for jalapeños in your recipe can be a delicious twist. Green chilies have a milder heat level compared to jalapeños, so it will provide a more subtle and slightly different flavor profile.

When using green chilies instead of jalapeños, you may want to consider adjusting the quantity based on your personal preference. Since the heat level is lower, you might need to use a larger amount of green chilies to achieve the desired level of spiciness.

Feel free to experiment with different types of chili peppers to add your own unique touch to the recipe. Let me know how it turns out! Enjoy cooking!


Saturday 6th of November 2021

Why do you call it a crock pot dip & then say bake it in oven?

Kelli Miller

Monday 8th of November 2021

Thank you for calling my attention to that error! I fixed the recipe. :-)

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