TRACY's StoryCertainly takes the boiling "sauna" out of the equation of making corn on the cob!
credit for pic and method: www.52kitchenadventures.com
corn on the cob
1Husk corn and wrap each ear in aluminum foil.
Place wrapped corn in slow cooker (no water needed).
2Cover and cook on high for 2 hours. Check corn and cook longer if needed to further soften.
About this Recipe
Elaine Repoza teta - Apr 4, 2012
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING THIS !!!!!!!!!
kimberly leasure kleasure - Jun 24, 2012
Using this today for a church picnic! Was wondering how to cook the corn without waiting for it to boil, now it's in the crockpot almost ready! Thanks for the idea!
TRACY JOYNER tracyann3369 - Dec 21, 2012
You're Welcome! Me and my hotflashes hate the huge boiling vat of water..this is so much better.
Bea L. BeachChic - Mar 24, 2013