Long and slow is the way to go with a lot of food. Corn on the cob is no exception. This is the easiest way to make corn on the cob. I make it in the crockpot. Here is the crockpot that I use.
It’s almost unnecessary for me to write out an entire blog post for this recipe. But, in case you didn’t know, in order for you to find this blog post, I have to follow rules by the blog post boss. So if you want to skip ahead, just know that you throw the ingredients in and come back later to enjoy!
Buy yourself some frozen corn on the cob, I buy the 12 pack of halved ears. I did try this recipe with fresh corn on the cob and it still ended up working great. For simplicity though, frozen ready to go corn is great.
Throw the corn in the crockpot, top with butter, milk, and garlic salt.
Cook on low for 4-5 hours and then enjoy. I like that my crockpot has a warm setting because if I’m not ready for the corn yet, it is totally fine sitting there for a while in the warm setting. You can also speed things up by cooking on high for a few hours.
I love the easiest way to make corn on the cob all summer long because it doesn’t heat up my house and I don’t have to stand guard over the stove while it’s cooking either.
Every fourth of July, I make this along with ribs, baked beans, and coleslaw.
To see this process in action, go check out the matching youtube video.
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Crockpot Corn on the Cob
- 1 12 pack frozen corn on the cob halves
- 1 stick butter
- 1 cup milk
- 2 tsp garlic salt
Place the frozen cobs into the crockpot.
Put butter, milk, and garlic salt in crockpot.
Cook on low for 4 hours. (or high for 2)
Stir randomly throughout cooking process. (Optional.)