The Easiest and Juiciest Corn on the Cob Recipe that your Whole Family will Love!

Full disclosure: the corn on the cob above are not mine but I had to use this pic because look at those sweet corn on the cob loving faces!! #cutest So while these corn cobs weren’t made by yours truly, you can see what mine actually look like below… DON’T YOU JUST WANT TO EAT THE SCREEN?!

MY corn on the cob is a tried-and-true, have been making for 10 years, recipe that I am just as obsessed with now as I was when I originally came up with it.

It’s easy, {like soooooo easy}, juicy {like sooooooo juicy}, and QUICK. Basically, the only kind of recipe I make in life at any time! {Don’t believe me?! Click HERE for proof!}

And now that it’s fall, all I want to do is eat corn on the cob every single day. Good thing my family loves my no-fail recipe as much as I do! And I know yours will too! Because it’s seriously delicious {like, seriouslyyyyyy delicious!} and really not all that bad for you, either.

Ya see, I know some people boil their corn on the cob, but that is WAY too much work for me {insert laughing emoji here – but also, please know that I’m serious when I say that haha}, and some people prefer to grill it, which actually would work with this recipe, but the BEST way to make it, in my eyes, is cooking it in the oven.

It’s truly the most amazing. And fool-proof. Promise. Period. The end. You got this!

Or I should say – we got this! – but I’ll have to give you the recipe {dare I even call it that?!} first!! Take a look below!

Sharing the MOST delicious corn on the cob recipe! It's crazy easy, absolutely delicious, & ridiculously YUM! The whole family will love it!


If you love corn, you will LOVE this recipe the most! It's juicy, delicious, quick and easy!
Course Side Dish
Cuisine American


  • oven


  • fresh corn on the cob you can decide how many you want to prepare
  • 1/2 tbsp butter per cob any kind you want to use!
  • 4-6 shakes garlic powder I've used a lot of brands and the one by McCormick is definitely our fave!
  • 1 square tinfoil per cob


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Note: If you choose to cook using your convect oven, preheat to 375 degrees!
  • Shuck your ears of corn, removing the husks completely.
  • Put each individual corn on the cob on top of it’s own square sheet of tin foil.
  • Spread the butter directly onto each cob – cover it completely.
  • Sprinkle your garlic powder directly onto each buttered cob – cover it completely.
  • Wrap up your cobs in their tin foil.
  • Put in the oven for 30 minutes – flipping once half-way through!
Keyword corn

So now that you have it, if you make this recipe, please share on your socials and tag me!! {I’m @danaivy on insta! If you don’t follow me already, you should!!} I would LOVE to see your corn cobs and hear what you think! Because I know you’ll take one bite and then go Mmmmmmm.

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