Easy Corn on the Cob

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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 3 hrs
Temp Low

Finally! Mouthwatering corn on the cob without dealing with a huge pot of boiling water!

Ingredients

  • 3-6 Ears of sweet corn
  • 1/2 Cup Water

Directions

  1. Step One

    Husk corn and remove silk

  2. Step Two

    Lay each ear on a sheet of foil

  3. Step Three

    Spray with oil, add salt and pepper and wrap in foil

  4. Step Four

    Add water to the crock and then lay in the corn. 3 ears should fit lengthways and add additional ears on top. Cook on low for 3 hours.

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  1. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You’ll need 1/2 cup of water and vertical should be fine.

  2. Jen H.

    I have an old style crock pot… taller rather then wider. Can I place them in there vertical, because they won’t fit horizontal. Also- how much water??

    Thank you! :)

  3. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Monica, As long as they fit in your slow cooker and the lid fits securely on.

  4. monica

    Can you put more than 6 in? We have a family of 9 during family gatherings so just wanted to check?

  5. Joni W.

    I have done this before with frozen corn. I have small children that will not eat steak, too tough. I have put my steak in the bottom, can us a less expensive cut, of the slow cooker with some beef broth, then wrapped potatoes in foil to go on top, and finally for the last couple of hours wrapped my frozen corn in foil and put it on the very top. This is for a family of 4, so I used my 6 qt slow cooker. Steak, baked potatoes, and corn on the cob for dinner!

  6. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Erica,
    I think using frozen corn on the cob would be fine. I would check after 2 hours to see how things are going but it should be just as good.

  7. Erica

    Can u use frozen corn?

  8. Lisa

    This us hands down the best corn on the cob .. especially this early in the season… sweet, tender &just yummy:)

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