Slow Cooker Mexican Corn Skewers | A perfect summer side dish, great for picnics and potlucks

I love this clever and super simple Slow Cooker Mexican Corn on the Cob recipe! Simply seasoned and then topped crumbled cheese and parsley, your corn on the cob just became the easiest and most delicious part of your summer meal!

Fun Favor Twists

We used crumbled feta (queso is also great!) and parsley as our end garnish and cooked the corn in olive oil and seasonings. Enjoy this recipe as written below. Or try these easy upgrades:

  • Use unsalted butter in the slow cooker instead of olive oil (as shown in the video) if you prefer
  • Season with any crumbled cheese even a very strong cheese like blue cheese would be fun!
  • We garnished with parsley but you can garnish with cilantro, rosemary or chopped thyme, if you prefer
  • For added color, sprinkle on some paprika
  • For added heat, sprinkle on some chili powder or red pepper flakes

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Slow Cooker Mexican Corn Skewers | A perfect summer side dish, great for picnics and potlucks

Slow Cooker Mexican Corn on the Cob

Preparation 10

Delicious Mexican Corn on the Cob is seasoned and cooked simply in the slow cooker and then garnished with crumbled cheese and herbs!

Ingredients

  • 8-10 ears of corn
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
  • olive oil or butter to taste
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • parsley
  • crumbled cheese (feta or queso)

Instructions

Place corn in the slow cooker and pour in the water. Add seasonings, olive oil or butter. Cook on high for 2-3 hours, until corn is tender. Remove the corn, season with salt and pepper and top with crumbled cheese and parsley.

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