Nutmeg cream cheese is a side dish eaten as Christmas buffet!


 Corn or maize can be  added in cooking this  nutmeg delicacy.This creamy dish is so moist when prepared in the slow cooker. It also gives you extra space in the oven when cooking that big Christmas dinner of roast duck, beef, lamb joints or turkey.  You have the freedom to add whatever is your favourite or your family's favourite ingredients. Chopped onions and bell peppers can comfortably be added to this side dish.

 The preparation time is approximately 10 minutes and cooking time is about 4 hours. With Christmas courage,  spirit and patience, the whole cooking will be done  approximately within 4 hours 10 minutes. I encourage families to stat this cooking on Christmas eve so that family members won' wait so long to have a bite before the main Dinner is served.


1.    1 (8 oz.) pkg cream cheese, soft

2.    1/3 C of sugar

3.    1 C of milk

4.    1/2 C of egg substitute

5.   2 T of butter, (melted)

6.    1/2  t of ground nutmeg

7.    2 1/3 C of frozen corn, thawed

8.    1 (143/4 oz.) can cream style corn

9.   1 (8 1/2 oz.) corn muffin mix.

10.    1 t salt + 1/8 t of pepper

Let's go by placing the cream cheese and sugar into a mixing bowl.

Beat with an electric mixer on low until smooth and creamy.

Gradually and gently pour in the milk b eating as you add.

Add the egg substitute, butter, salt, nutmeg and pepper and beat until well blended well together.

Fold in the both types of corn and add the muffin mix and stir until blended in well.

Spray the slow cooker with a non-stick cooking spray.

Finally, transfer the corn mixture to the slow cooker and cover and cook on high for 4 hours or until the centre is set. You can now congratulate yourself for you have cooked a great Christmas side dish buffet called Nutmeg cream cheese.  Eggs mackerel kippers breakfast!

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