Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip

Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever. It’s so good, you’ll want to eat it with a spoon!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

I think it’s safe to say that I’m a bit obsessed with dip, whether it’s guacamole, spinach and artichoke dip, enchilada dip, queso dip… the list goes on. But when you can make the creamiest of all dips right in your slow cooker – well, that may just be the best dip of all time.

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

No, but really, you cannot go wrong with a cream cheese based dip with melted pepper jack cheese, salty Parmesan, sweet corn kernels and jalapeños for just a hint of heat. For extra spiciness, feel free to add in more jalapeños to taste. You can even take it one step further and top this baby off with crumbled bacon but either way, you’ll want to eat this dip with a spoon. Who needs chips anyway?

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip - Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever!

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 2 hours, 15 minutes

Total Time 2 hours, 25 minutes

Yield 6 servings

Slow Cooker Corn and Jalapeno Dip

Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most creamiest dip ever. It's so good, you'll want to eat it with a spoon!

Ingredients

  • 4 slices bacon, diced
  • 3 (15.25-ounces) cans whole kernel corn, drained
  • 2 jalapenos, seeded and diced
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup shredded Pepper Jack cheese
  • 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 8 ounces cream cheese, cubed
  • 2 tablespoons chopped chives

Instructions

  • Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add bacon and cook until brown and crispy, about 6-8 minutes. Transfer to a paper towel-lined plate; set aside.
  • Place corn, jalapenos, sour cream, Pepper Jack cheese and Parmesan into a slow cooker; season with salt and pepper, to taste. Stir until well combined. Top with cream cheese.
  • Cover and cook on low heat for 2 hours.
  • Uncover and stir until cream cheese is well combined. Cover and cook on high heat for an additional 15 minutes.
  • Serve immediately, garnished with bacon and chives, if desired.
http://damndelicious.net/2014/02/28/slow-cooker-corn-jalapeno-dip/


Comments

  1. says

    Who knew bacon and corn could be so damn delicious looking? (see what I did there. Cheesy? yep.)
    But, not as cheesy as this dip looks….3 kinds of cheesy plus corn plus bacon AND spice? I love you. And this. Pinned!

      • Lisa says

        And that will be happening tonight! I’m grilling two fillets, and I plan to serve this on the side. Looking forward to something new!

        • Lisa says

          I made this tonight as a side dish. It was delicious, but needed minor tweaking to adapt it from a dip to actual food, if you get my drift. I had exactly halved every ingredient in the recipe because it was just my husband and me eating and we’re not big leftover people. I ended up adding more corn so the consistency was thicker. I also used green onion instead of chives, and ended up adding maybe three or 4 tablespoons all together. And the bacon in this recipe is wonderful! I will add more next time. We both enjoyed this dish, and it went very well with the fillets. A keeper for sure!

  2. says

    I don’t even know where to begin to express my sincere joy and excitement about this dip… like, everything I love in one. Corn. bacon. Jalapeno. Oh my freaking goodness I can’t wait to make it!

  3. says

    This looks so amazing. I like that it’s a potential party food I can have cooking while I am doing other things to get ready.

  4. Jenn says

    This was a hit on our snowy day at work! Since I got to go in late to work, I went ahead and packed up my slow cooker and can opener before heading out. It maybe ten or fifteen minutes to grab the ingredients at a grocery store (I substituted strips of bacon for a bag of bacon bits) and I was on my way. I cut up the jalapeños and cream cheese– threw everything into the crock pot and people were digging in before the two hours was up!! Thank you for such an easy and yummy comfort food!!! :-)

  5. Heather says

    Can someone give me ideas of what you used for dippers? Can’t wait to try this dip, we camp with about 6 families and sometimes we do a appetizer night. And this will definitely be a hit when football season comes back and we have our football Sundays
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  6. Linda says

    For the crockpot jalapeño corn dip
    Can I double the recipe?
    If so, will I need to adjust the time?
    How much time?

    • Chung-Ah says

      Yes, you can certainly double the recipe. You may or may not need to adjust cooking time as needed – I cannot give you a specific guideline as I have not doubled the recipe myself.

  7. says

    Oh man, this looks freaking fantastic!! I would say that this is perfect for Cinco de Mayo, but there’s no way I’m waiting nearly a year to make this…yum!!

  8. says

    Corn with Jalapeno, What a combination for sure my family will love this. I am writing down Corn and Jalapeno in my grocery list for next week shopping.

  9. Wendy K says

    How would you modify this if you wanted to make it in a hurry and not in a crock pot? Would you just put everything on the stovetop and mix together? Want to make it tonight, but won’t be home in time to wait several hours for it to be done.

    • Chung-Ah says

      Unfortunately, this is a recipe particularly for the slow cooker. I recommend using your best judgement to convert it to the stove-top method.

  10. Kelly Waclawik says

    Recipe looks delicious! Can fresh or frozen corn be used in lieu of canned corn (I’m a midwest girl and canned corn is a sin around here!) How much should I use? Will using frozen corn make the dip too watery? Any suggestions would be helpful – thanks!!

    • Chung-Ah says

      You can use fresh cooked corn in lieu of canned corn. I do not recommend using frozen corn as it will bring in unwanted liquid to the dish.

      • Kelly Waclawik says

        Great! This may be a novice question, but can I just grill the corn as if eating it on the cob and then cut if off and throw it in the crock pot? Or cut it off and let it do all its cooking in the crock pot (no grill)?

  11. Lisa says

    I have made this recipe twice and both times I have had rave reviews from it. It is simple and good. It is so easy I cooked it in a crock pot in a truck going down the road.

  12. Linda says

    I made this for a baby shower on the weekend and everyone LOVED it. It was so easy and delicious. Leftovers were consumed by my husband as a side dish.

  13. nancy says

    I was wondering what size crock pot everyone used. I just bought a new in box 2 qt. (small) at a Goodwill store and I have a regular sized one–oval probably 5-6 qt. size. I would love to use my small one, but don’t know how much this actually yields. Any help in crockpot size would be much appreciated.

    • Chung-Ah says

      Nancy, I recommend using the larger slow cooker. You can also halve the recipe if you would like to use the smaller one.

  14. Giana says

    Hi there! I see this recipe yields 6 servings, but I’m not seeing a serving size. I plan on making this for a party and wanted to make sure I have enough.

    • Chungah says

      Giana, I don’t have an exact measurement of how much each serving size is. Please use your best judgement on serving for a party – this recipe is very easy to double or even triple.

  15. Visiri says

    I’m thinking that frozen corn can be used it it’s pan fried a bit first to draw out the extra moisture. Can’t wait to try this recipe!! Love this site!!!

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