Crock Pot Corn on the Cob

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob

 

Fresh summer corn is one of my favorite things and seeing that this Best Way To Cook Corn on the Cob Recipe is one of the top 4 recipes on Spicy Southern Kitchen, I think there are a lot of people who enjoy eating corn on the cob.

There are many ways I like to cook corn on the cob and this Crock Pot Corn on the Cob is definitely at the top of the list.

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob cooked with coconut milk and butter.

 

I cut the corn on the cob either in half or into thirds, add it to the crock pot with a can of coconut milk, 1 cup water, half a stick of butter, seasoned salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes.

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob

 

The sugars in the coconut milk enhance the sweetness of the corn and really bring out its flavor.

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob cooked with coconut milk and butter.

 

And butter always makes anything taste better.

Cooking corn on the cob in the slow cooker is an easy, hands-free way to make corn for a picnic or cookout. You’re free to do other things while the corn cooks for a few hours in the crock pot, soaking up all those awesome flavors. Then you can just turn it to warm if you’re not ready to serve it right away.

I’ve tried this recipe with both fresh and frozen corn on the cob and I like fresh much better.

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob cooked with coconut milk and butter.

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Crock Pot Corn on the Cob
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Crock Pot Corn on the Cob
Ingredients
  • 5 to 6 ears of corn, cut in half or thirds
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 cup water
  • 4 tablespoons butter, cut into 4 or 5 pieces
  • 1 teaspoon seasoned salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • chopped cilantro
Instructions
  1. Place corn pieces in 6-quart crock pot and add remaining ingredients, except cilantro.
  2. Cover and cook on HIGH for 2 hours.
  3. Remove corn from crock pot and sprinkle with cilantro.

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18 thoughts on “Crock Pot Corn on the Cob

  1. Tonight is the second time I have cooked corn in the crock pot following your recipe and it is so good and so easy to fix. I love cooking with coconut milk!

  2. Made it & I give it 2 πŸ‘. Delicious full of flavors. Thank you Christin for sharing this easy, fun & yummy recipe. Highly recommend you give it a try, as is!

  3. Question….do you stir the corn at some point? How do the ones on the bottom not get soggy while the ones on top stay crisp??

    Thanks!

  4. Thanks for the recipe Christin, I love corn on the cob, so healthy too, well, maybe not too much with the butter but still scrummy. I always struggle what to get for dinner and always struggle to cook corn on the cob, looks like all that’s been answered now, thanks again Christin.

  5. My grandfather taught all of his eight kids and their kids the following way to cook corn: under optimum conditions, i.e., you grow your own corn, it is 30 minutes from garden to mouth! When Grampa went to pick and shuck the corn, Gramma got out the cooking pot and filled it with water and a bit of salt. She put it on the stove on high. By the time the water was boiling, Grampa had the corn ready for a quick wash and into the boiling water went the ears. When the water returned to a full rolling boil, the stove was turn off. The pot was covered and moved off the hot burner. Timer was set for 15 minutes. When it sounded, the corn was taken from the pot and placed on a serving plate. We each buttered our own cob of corn. Don’t let the cooking time fool you. The corn tastes fresh, sweet and succulent! It is never tough and over cooked.

  6. Howdy. This sounds so easy and I want to try it. For someone who hates coconut, should I stay away from it?? Does that milk just give a sweet flavor or will I run for the hills cause of the coconut? I’m assuming there are not flakes of coconut in that can?? I’ve never tried it. If I choose not to use that, should I just up the water?
    Thanks so much.

  7. I have never thought to cook corn on the cob in the crock pot, Christin! Clearly I am blonde and you are a genius! lol. LOVE that you added coconut milk to the mix! I bet this tastes perfectly sweet and seriously amazing! Totally trying this as I have been eating corn daily. I’m kinda obsessed. πŸ˜‰ Cheers, friend!

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