need substitute for canned creamed corn
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    Master Dollar Stretcher aka AmyBob AmyMCGS's Avatar
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    Default need substitute for canned creamed corn

    I want to try this recipe tonight:
    Corn & Broccoli Casserole Recipe #88572

    I thought it would be really good with diced ham added in to make it a one-dish meal.

    However, I only have regular canned corn on hand-- I don't have any creamed corn.

    Does anyone know of an easy substitute for the creamed corn? I was thinking of trying it with the regular corn and adding some milk, but I'm not sure if that would work or not.

    Any ideas would be appreciated!

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    I'd use this recipe & leave out the veggies maybe thin with a little milk.

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    Hi Amy,

    I think if you would take your can of corn & put it in the blender & zip it up a bit, then add a small amout of cream or would probably come out like creamed corn. Just make sure you don't add too much cream.

    Hope this helps.

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