Make this Lawyry’s creamed corn recipe from scratch in your Crockpot! Crockpot Creamed Corn is so easy to make and it tastes fancy just like a steakhouse creamed corn recipe.
Lawry’s Creamed Corn
I love a good steak but most of the time I go to a steakhouse to get the delicious side dishes. While mashed potatoes will always be my first love, creamed corn is a close runner-up. There is something about the sweet corn paired with the creamy sauce that is just irresistible.
The first time I went to Lawry’s Steakhouse was when I lived in Los Angeles and they have location of Lawry’s in Beverly Hills. Once I had a bite of their famous Lawry’s Cream Corn I fell in love. I had only ever had the kind that came out of a can before and this was so much better. The prime rib was also good but not as great as the creamed corn!
And if you are asking yourself is this the same as the Lawry’s Seasoning Salt the answer is yes!! Lawry’s Seasoned Salt is the signature seasoned salt from the famous Lawry’s Prime Rib restaurants that I always use to jazz up any recipe. So if you do want to make a steak to go with this steakhouse creamed corn grab your Lawry’s Salt to have a true steakhouse experience.
Lawry’s Creamed Corn Recipe
If you are like me and love corn then this steakhouse creamed corn recipe is made just for you. You only need 5 ingredients to make this melt in your mouth corn which makes it the easiest side dish you can make. Corn, milk, cream cheese, sugar, and salt. Lawry’s uses whipping cream but I have found that the cream cheese gives it the same flavor.
But don’t keep this steakhouse creamed corn recipe just for steak! The best part is that it goes with everything… steaks, roast, chicken, BBQ.
Steakhouse Creamed Corn Recipe
Every time I make this side dish no matter what the main course is this always steals the show.
There is something about the combo that almost everyone loves! That’s why you can find a variation of it at steakhouse restaurants and BBQ joints everywhere. This is always my go-to for any potluck side or dinner party. My crockpot always comes home empty from everyone going back for seconds!
Crockpot Creamed Corn
Crockpot Creamed Corn is a classic side dish for Thanksgiving and Christmas! This recipe has always found its way onto our table for these holidays. I love making it in the Crockpot because the stove and oven are in high demand.
Anytime I can do a fix it and forget recipe on those busy days then it gets added to my menu. Plus, everyone thinks this is a fancy side dish because it tastes just like what you get at upscale restuarants.
It is even better because it can stay warm so there is no precise time that it needs to be taken out. I would always give it a good stir 5 minutes before serving but other than that you can just let the crockpot do the work for you!
What Ingredients Do You Need for the Lawry’s Creamed Corn Recipe?
- Cream Cheese
- Salt and Pepper
How To Make Steakhouse Creamed Corn Recipe
Step 1. Pour two cups of corn into the crockpot. Add butter on top of the corn.
Step 2. Add Cream Cheese, and cut into blocks on top.
Step 3. Pour milk over everything in the crockpot.
Step 4. Sprinkle sugar over everything. Add salt and pepper if desired.
Step 5. Mix everything together. Don’t worry if it’s chunky. It will all melt together. I usually try to mix it a few times throughout cooking but if you aren’t home you can just give it a good mix at the end!
Step 6. Cook on low for 4-5 hours or high for 2-3 hours.
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Lawry’s Creamed Corn
- 2 cups corn fresh or frozen
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup butter cubed
- 8 oz cream cheese cubed
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt optional
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper optional
- Pour two cups of corn into crockpot.
- Add cubed butter on top of corn.
- Add Cream Cheese, cut into blocks on top.
- Pour milk over everything in crockpot.
- Sprinkle sugar over everything. Add salt and pepper if desired.
- Mix everything together. There will be chunks but they will melt and combine.
- Cook on low for 4-5 hours or high for 2-3 hours. Stir halfway through.
- Stir everything together one more time before serving.