Creamy Corn Casserole for your Thanksgiving

I am going to do a few Thanksgiving recipes this month.  These are all recipes that we personally love for the holiday so I thought I would share.  Maybe you will even find a recipe or two to start a new tradition for your family.  My creamy corn casserole has bacon (winner right there), peppers, onions, cream cheese, plus more!  I could eat this and only this for a meal.  Seriously I love it that much.  Let’s get started!

You will need:

  • 8 bacon slices
  • 2 packages frozen corn (about 12 oz each)
  • 1 small onion
  • 2/3 cup chopped bell peppers (assorted colors)
  • 1 (8 oz) package cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp pepper

Cook bacon in a skillet until crisp.  Remove and drain.  Reserve 2 tbsp drippings in skillet.  In the meantime, steam corn in the microwave according to package directions.  Add onion and bell pepper to skillet over med-high heat and saute until tender crisp.  Add corn to skillet and stir to combine.  Cut cream cheese into cubes. Add cream cheese and milk to skillet.  Stir until cream cheese melts.  Stir in sugar, salt, and pepper.  Put entire mixture into a casserole dish.  Chop bacon into pieces and sprinkle on top.

All that is left is for you to dig in and enjoy!  This is one of those recipes that seem to get even better the next day.

Looking at these pictures makes me want to make another batch and I just made this!  It is so good y’all will not be disappointed.  Make on a weeknight or for a special occasion (like Thanksgiving).

I am joining with a few other bloggers this morning to bring y’all even more great Thanksgiving recipes.

Head over to the following ladies and get these great recipes: 
Chocolate Pumpkin Wacky Cake with Mad In Crafts 
Oven Fried Apples with Mrs. Greene
French Onion and Beef Dip with Always Expect Moore
Creamy Corn Casserole from ME
Cranberry Apple Pineapple Salad with Mom Endeavors



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