|(Photo from A Year of Slow Cooking.)|
Here's a lovely side dish idea for our Slow Cooker Summer Dinners. This CrockPot Corn on the Cob from A Year of Slow Cooking is something you might want to make when it's so hot that even the thought of boiling water for the few minutes it takes to cook corn sounds like it will just heat up the kitchen. Using this easy method, you cook the corn (wrapped in foil) in the slow cooker in about two hours, and during that time you can sit in the shade and read a book, with a tall glass of something cool in hand. Stephanie didn't do this, but I might be tempted to spread butter over each ear of corn before you wrap it in foil, for corn cooked in butter!
I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for CrockPot Corn on the Cob from A Year of Slow Cooking.
More Ideas with Vegetables in the Slow Cooker:
Use the Recipe-by-Photo Index Page for Vegetarian to see all the slow cooker vegetarian recipes that have been featured on this site.