Shoepeg Corn Dip


Shoepeg Corn Dip is a delicious dip served hot or cold. It is made with corn, butter, green chile peppers and cream cheese. You can serve it with Fritos, Scoops or Tortilla Chips. I love cream cheese and I love green chile peppers so I figured it will be pretty darn good and it was. My husband told me not to give him a lot and the man went back for seconds!

We eat Shoepeg Corn all the time with our meals with just a little butter added. If you have never tried Shoepeg Corn it is sweet, crunchy and it is our favorite canned corn.

Source: Novella Sterling Smith





In a medium saucepan over medium-low

heat, melt the butter and the cream cheese.



Add the corn and green chile peppers.

Stir and continue to heat until

all ingredients are hot.



Serve hot or cold with Fritos,

Tortilla Chips or Scoops.


Shoepeg Corn Dip



  • 2 – 11 oz cans Shoepeg Corn, (regular can corn can be used if you can’t find it)
  • 8 oz cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup butter, (1 stick)
  • 4 oz can green chile peppers


  1. In a medium saucepan over medium-low heat, melt butter and cream cheese stirring frequently.
  2. Add corn and green chile peppers.
  3. Mix well to combine and continue to heat until hot.
  4. Serve hot or cold with Fritos, Tortilla Chips or Scoops.




  1. This looks delicious! I can’t wait to try it and amazingly, I have all the ingredients in my kitchen except the Green Chile Peppers. One quick grocery stop and I’ll be making this tonight!! By the way, thank you for following my blog. I’m so glad you did because now I get to try all your wonderful recipes. I’m not the most skillful cook but I love finding new recipes for the family. Can’t wait to explore your blog even more. 🙂

    • Awe thank you KJ you are so kind! This can be made with jalapenos too but it is very hot. Most people prefer the green chile peppers. The green chile peppers give it a great taste without all the heat.

      • Finally picked up some green chile peppers and made this AMAZING dip! I loved it. I think I’ve found something new (other than my black-eyed pea salsa) to take to family gatherings!!

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