Instant Pot Creamed Corn is so creamy, delicious, and comforting. This easy to make creamed corn is just a little sweet, with a touch of spice to round it out. You just dump a bunch of things in an Instant Pot, mix it up, and cook.

So Easy, Even My Husband Can Make It!

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My husband used to be afraid to use my Instant Pot until I had him try some really easy recipes. This was one of the first recipes. All he had to do was dump some things in, stir, and push buttons. Other than rice, it is one of his favorite things to make.

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Instant Pot Creamed Corn Ingredients

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You’ll need frozen corn, cubed cream cheese, cubed salted butter, whole milk, heavy cream, cayenne pepper, black pepper, granulated sugar or cane sugar, and kosher salt.

Add Corn to Instant Pot

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To an Instant Pot, add 16 ounces of frozen corn.

You can also use: 4 Ears of Fresh Corn on the Cob or 1 Can Corn Kernels

Add Sugar & Spices

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Add sugar, salt, cayenne pepper, and black pepper to the frozen corn.

Add Butter and Cream Cheese

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Top the frozen corn with cubes of butter and cream cheese. I like to use salted butter, but you can use unsalted if desired. You can also use lowfat cream cheese… but…

Stir it All Together, Add Milk, & Cook

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Give everything a good mix to distribute the spices, cream cheese, and butter – then add cream & milk. Then cook at High Pressure for 10 minutes.

Release Pressure and Open

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Release pressure carefully and stir. It will look a little weird and gross at first, but don’t worry, that’s just because it’s hot cheese. It will get better.

Stir Until the Cubes of Cheese Mix In

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Stir until the cubes of cream cheese are nice and smooth. The creamed corn will thicken the longer it sits. This recipe makes about two cups of cooked corn, which will feed about 4 or 5 people as a side dish. To feed a larger group, you can double the recipe.

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Serve & Enjoy

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How to Store Leftover Creamed Corn: This creamed corn is really easy to make ahead of time. Once cooled, it can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.

How to Reheat Instant Pot Creamed Corn: It can reheat really easily on the stove or in the microwave. You can also reheat it in a crockpot or an Instant Pot on Keep Warm mode.

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Sweet Cornbread made in a cast iron skillet is the perfect accompaniment to any summer meal. This cornbread is sweet, crumbly, buttery, and has a perfect crisp to the edges – it is the perfect side for a picnic.

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Hi, I'm Kari!

I am a newlywed, food blogger, health coach, and mama to a hot mess of a border collie. I love to put a new spin on old family recipes and I try to make as many meals as possible with an Instant Pot.

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