Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

From Gulliver's Restaurant across from John Wayne Airport. Also available on their web site

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients except last two in a pot and bring to a boil.
  2. Blend butter with flour, add to the corn, mix well and remove from heat.


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With a couple of tweeks I believe this is VERY close to Rudy's. It was delicious! I used 10 ounces of corn; I cut the recipe in half (I didn't want to waste half-n-half if it was yucky.) As noted I used half-n-half because that's what I had. I did, however, end up using the 2T of flour and 2T of butter and added one additional tablespoon (Yes, tablespoon) of sugar. I loved this and will make it again in full size portions. Thanks for posting!

Mrs. Rum April 14, 2009

I have made this recipe for the last twenty years. Its a Thanksgiving tradition! A few suggestions: Thaw corn first. I use Trader Joes frozen cut white corn. I also use half and half instead of whipping cream. I add some of the cream to my roux (butter and flour) before mixing it into the corn. After preparing I put it in a pretty baking dish with pats of butter and fresh grated parmesan. It can then go in the fridge sometimes I make it the night before or straight into the oven. Heat through till bubbly and a little brown on top! A splurge but worth every bite, YUMMY!

lws1013 November 27, 2008

I decided to make this for Thanksgiving as my sister has gone gluten free and I wasn't sure what they put in canned cream corn. This was so good that my sister and I devoured it! From now on I'll be making this for all holidays and I will never buy that junk in the can that they try to pass off as creamed corn again.

PJ December 23, 2013

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