Preheat oven/smoker to 350 degrees.
Cook the bacon, seasoned with Sweet-lic rub, to your desired crispiness and place to the side. Once the bacon has cooled then chop.
Chop your onion and sauté with 4 tbsp butter in a Large Cast Iron skillet over medium heat. Cut the kernels off yellow and white corn and then add those to the skillet. Season with 2 tbsp Lane's Sweet-Lic Seasoning.
While cooking, add flour and mix thoroughly, making sure there are no clumps. Add your milk and bring to a simmer. When simmering add cream cheese, white cheddar, and half the chopped bacon. Then stir!
Top with Sharp Cheddar, season with Sweet-lic rub, and place in oven/smoker. Cook for about 20 minutes.
Remove, garnish with the rest of your bacon, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, and enjoy!
White Cheddar and Bacon Corn Dip
Dip / Appetizer
This Corn dip is like a hybrid between corn chowder and a cheese dip. Both on their own are independently good and substantial, but together, you better hold on to something because these flavors will knock you off your feet! So, it just made sense to us to combine the two and create a dip that is to die for. Use a chip or bread, doesn't really matter you'll just want this dip in your mouth.
4 tbsp Butter
3 ears sweet white corn
3 ears sweet yellow corn
Lane's Sweet-Lic Rub
2 tbsp All-purpose flour
1 1/2 Cup Milk
6 oz Cream Cheese
8 slices of bacon
1 small yellow onion
2 cups Shredded White Cheddar
1 cup Sharp Cheddar
Cook bacon, seasoned with Sweet-lic rub, to your crispiness and place to the side. Once cooled chop.
Preheat oven/smoker to 350
Chop onion and sauté with 4 tbsp butter in a Large Cast Iron skillet over medium heat
Cut kernels off yellow and white corn and add to skillet. Season with 2 tbsp Lane's Sweet-Lic Seasoning
Cook for a minute. Add flour and mix thoroughly, no clumps. Add milk and bring to a simmer.
Once simmering add cream cheese, white cheddar, and half the chopped bacon,. Then Mix.
Top with Sharp Cheddar, season with Sweet-lic rub, and place in oven/smoker. Cook about 20 minutes.
Remove - top with the rest of the bacon, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and enjoy.
**Lane's Garlic2 Rub is a good substitution for Sweet-Lic
**You can always spice things up by throwing in some jalapeños or adding in some One Legged Chicken
**Try different combinations of cheeses to find the ones you like the most