Creamed corn, or cream-style corn, is a classic dish in the Midwest and the South. It also serves as a delicious creamy vegetable on Thanksgiving Day — one that is easy and quick to whip up, and can be made ahead in the slow cooker, too.
A convenient Thanksgiving side dish like creamed corn, keeping warm in the slow cooker, helps lessen the stress on the busy day, and is good in our book!
Cheddar makes everything better! Especially this Cheddar Creamed Corn from Julie’s Eats and Treats, which is perfect for the guest who doesn’t like vegetables.
Bourbon creamed corn
Let’s just say the men will love this Bourbon Creamed Corn from Spicy Southern Kitchen! Bourbon creamed corn isn’t your typical Thanksgiving dish, but it sure does emphasis the bright flavor of the sweet corn.
We’ve picked the most popular side dishes staples that you are likely to find on your Turkey Day table, now help us rank your favorites! Did your favorite side dish not make the list? Let us know in the comments below!