Corn on the Cob in the Instant Pot
Corn Recipes and Weight Watchers
Corn is part of the zero point food list that Weight Watchers has for the Freestyle program, which is amazing!
Corn is a staple in our household, but it can get boring if you don't mix it up a bit. If you are meal prepping this is a great way to cook your corn in a jiffy. I cooked the corn on the cob whole but you can cut it in half to make more servings per ear if you would like. I don't know anyone who eats just one serving of corn on the cob, but more power to you if that's you. 😉
Main Dishes With Corn
If you are using a zero point day to get back on track, or to jump start your journey, then chicken and veggies are going to be your go to foods. Add corn to my Broccoli and Cheddar Soup for a flavorful twist and extra texture.
Instant Pot Corn on the Cob
I hope you are loving your Instant Pot as much as I am. I love to make meals using this fantastic kitchen tool. I love sharing great recipes and creating my own. Smileys Points has been one of the best places to get tasty recipes and good advice.
Game Changer Alert
Did you get a great deal on corn this week? You just don't want to spend the time husking it and then cleaning up the mess afterwards? Instant Pot to your rescue. Put your corn in the Instant Pot husks and all,(cut the ends off) add 1 cup of water and seal 3 minutes on high, quick release and voila the husks and silk fall right off for an easy clean up. roll your corn in your preferred seasonings and enjoy. 🙂
Corn on the cob also goes great with Instant Pot Beef Stew.
Cook them with the husks on and they shuck much easier once they are cooked.
- 3–6 ears of corn (cut in half if you prefer)
- 1 cup of water
- pan spray
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- Pour water into Instant Pot
- place seasonings in a medium sized bowl
- spray corn with vegetable spray
- roll corn in seasonings
- place corn in the instant pot
- secure the lid and pressure cook on high for 3 minutes
- Quick release
- remove and enjoy.