Looking for a delicious and hassle-free way to prepare corn on the cob? Look no further! In this recipe, we’ll show you how to make mouthwatering corn on the cob in your trusty crockpot. This method not only saves space on your stovetop but also infuses the corn with incredible flavors. Get ready to enjoy juicy and perfectly seasoned corn that will impress your family and friends.
How To Make Crockpot Corn on the Cob At Home
Crockpot corn on the cob is always a hit. Add any seasonings you like. I added 1 cup of water to the bottom, cut a stick of butter the sprinkled dried onion, salt, pepper, and parsley on top. Sometimes I sprinkle a little garlic and Lowerys salt. 3 hours on high.
Geez some of you are on one today 😂 I KNOW there’s other quicker ways to fix corn on the cob. I’m 33 years old and not stupid. There’s actually quicker ways to fix MANY recipes on this page. Making the corn in the crockpot saves me space on the stove top. It also makes it really juicy and REALLY absorbs the flavors of any seasonings I may use.
I put tin foil under the corn to keep it from getting too hot and letting it cook evenly and it’s really juicy. I’ve also made it with baby taters and baby carrots under the corn and even used different seasoning on the taters and it turned out amazing. Everyone here loves it. And you people complaining that I’m spending too much time making my corn have got too much time on your own hands 😂 Thanks a bunch!
Recipe by: Christina Johnson
Crockpot Corn on the Cob Recipe
Savor the mouthwatering flavors of tender and juicy crockpot corn on the cob, infused with butter, seasonings, and a touch of nostalgia.
- Fresh corn on the cob
- 1 cup of water
- 1 stick of butter
- Dried onion
- Optional: Garlic and Lowery’s salt for added flavor
- Prepare the crockpot: Start by lining the bottom of your crockpot with aluminum foil. This will help distribute the heat evenly and prevent the corn from getting too hot.
- Season the corn: Take each ear of corn and brush it with melted butter. This will add richness and moisture to the corn. Sprinkle dried onion, salt, pepper, and parsley (and optional garlic and Lowery’s salt) over the corn, ensuring it is evenly coated with the seasonings.
- Arrange the corn: Place the seasoned corn in the crockpot, making sure they are evenly spaced and not overcrowded.
- Add water: Pour one cup of water into the bottom of the crockpot. The water will create steam, keeping the corn moist and juicy during the cooking process.
- Set the crockpot: Cover the crockpot with a lid and set it to high heat. Let the corn cook for approximately 3 hours. Cooking times may vary, so keep an eye on the corn to ensure it doesn’t overcook.
- Serve and enjoy: Once the corn is tender and cooked to perfection, carefully remove it from the crockpot. Serve it hot, and savor the incredible flavors and juiciness that this cooking method brings out.
- Add variety by including baby potatoes and baby carrots in the crockpot alongside the corn. Simply place them under the corn and season them with your preferred spices. This will give you a complete and flavorful meal in one pot.
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With this simple and convenient crockpot corn on the cob recipe, you can enjoy juicy and flavorful corn without taking up precious stovetop space. The slow cooking process allows the corn to absorb the seasonings, resulting in a mouthwatering dish that will please everyone.