Baked Corn on the Cob

This recipe is super easy and gives the impression that your corn was made on the grill.

I typically make this recipe using 12 ears of corn but really you can make however many you’d like. We just have a big family & we all LOVE corn on the cob!

Preheat oven to 450

Ingredients
– Ears of corn, husked & cleaned
– Stick of butter, softened
– Seasonings; I like salt & pepper but sometimes we add a sprinkle of garlic powder or seasoned salt to mix things up.

Directions
– Butter each ear of corn liberally.
– Next, take your chosen seasonings & sprinkle a little onto each ear. Make sure to get all sides!
– Place your prepared corn on a cookie sheet and bake for 30 minutes turning halfway through.

That’s it! It is easy and turns out awesome! What’s great is that this method allows you to make several trays of corn at one time & while they’re in the oven you can prepare the rest of your meal. I find this comes in handy especially when we are hosting picnics!

Let us know in the comments what you thought & if you tried any fun seasonings!

August Announcement

Hi Everyone,

With August here and social distancing still ongoing I started thinking of picnics and stay-cations during this season of life that we are in! My hope is to share with you some recipes and craft ideas for the kids. So, as the month progresses Alissa & myself will be sharing a variety of posts & ideas with you; we will see how this goes! 

I come from a very large family. Lots of aunts, uncles, cousins! Our family did not have a lot of money but, my dad always made sure we were surrounded by love, family and food! Some of my favorite memories are summer picnics with my big family! Everyone would gather at my parent’s house. Dad would start early in the morning; he’d husk and clean the roughly 5-6 dozen ears of corn he purchased from a local farm, or he would soak and clean the clams purchased for those who liked them or he would make his special hand made burgers. Not to mention all the side dishes prepared from vegetables from my dad’s garden. We did not have much money but, that did not seem to matter to any of us. We had family and memories and that’s what mattered most!

If you have try any of these recipes & ideas and you enjoyed them or have any questions please leave us a comment below; we love to hear from you!

Do you have childhood memories of picnics with your family? If so, please feel free to share them with us.