Freezer Sweet Corn Recipe
- 4 quarts fresh corn (cut from about 20 ears)
- 1 quart hot water
- 2/3 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup butter, cubed
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1. In a stockpot, combine all ingredients; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally. Transfer to large shallow containers; cool, stirring occasionally. Freeze in resealable plastic freezer bags or freezer containers, allowing headspace for expansion. Yield: 3 quarts.
1/2 cup: 113 calories, 5g fat (2g saturated fat), 10mg cholesterol, 245mg sodium, 18g carbohydrate (9g sugars, 2g fiber), 2g protein
Reviews for Freezer Sweet Corn
"I have misplaced this recipe on Yahoo! Here it is, this is the best and only way to freeze our corn. Making this for friends in Arizona who wants to take some back home at Christmas time, promised them I'd make it for them if they leave room in their cooler full of our delicious Iowa CORN fed beef!"
"I have used the recipe for years and given the recipe to more people than I can count. Everyone that tries freezing corn this way says it is the best. We grow more sweet corn that we can use so we are giving it away in feed bags full. People come back year after year for corn to freeze using this recipe. One suggestion---I cut my corn off of the cob outside, that way there is no mess in the house. Use the picnic table, a TV tray or whatever to save splatters in the house.My husband just loves corn this way. It is the next best thing to fresh corn!"
"Can't wait to try this way. We did ears of corn last summer. I have a Seal-a-Meal. We steamed the corn under a damp towel 4 ears at a time in the microwave-minus the silks. 2mins. Removed the husks put in the bags sealed & froze it. Enjoyed the fruit of labor until Christmas. So good."
"I like a little crunch to my frozen corn and boiling for 5 to 7 minutes just leaves...well, no crunch at all. I bring a pan of water to boil, add 4 to 6 ears of corn for 4 minutes (doesn't need to come back to boil...4 mins only). Put the ears in iced, cold water to cool, cut from cob and freeze in bags. Now that's summertime fresh tasting corn from the freezer."
"There is really no need for the added sugar, or the butter. Just blanch the corn while it is still on the cob, then cut kernels from cob. There's less splattering of the 'milk' this way than when corn is cut from cob uncooked. Then bag & freeze. Tastes like fresh corn when reheated. I've been doing it this way for many years."
"This is by far the best corn you will ever taste! It is a little bit of summer that you can have anytime of the year. Just try it, you will not be disappointed."
"My family members can't believe its frozen corn. Its so sweet. Served it for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it!"
"Our kids can't get enough of it and after purchasing fresh corn from a nearby farm our total cost for 6- 1/2 quart bags=$2.75!!!"
"I had this recipe many years ago. I subcribed to Taste of Home, well I have misplaced or had given this issue out and haven't been able to find it until now. This is the best frozen corn off the cob I have ever had. Many years ago when I made this my husband questioned why I was wasting so much time making freezer corn. At Thanksgiving he asked me where I got such great corn. He could have fallen off his chair when I told him it was the corn I froze."
"This is the best frozen corn. I have made it this way several years. ml"
"Best way to freeze corn. It tastes just like it is fresh from the garden all winter."