How to Freeze Corn on the Cob

My husband has grown us the most amazing garden; we have so much food we can’t get through it all. One of our favorite things we have grown this year has been the corn on the cob so I didn’t want to waste any of it. We have given away a ton of ears of corn to friends, family and neighbors and we still have way more than we can eat. Due to this, I decided to freeze a bunch of it so we could enjoy it throughout the Winter as well.

The trick about freezing corn on the cob is that it needs to be blanched before you can freeze it. To do this, you boil it in hot water and then put it directly into very cold water. It really isn’t that difficult, but it is kind of time consuming.

If you want to get a bunch of fresh corn on the cob during the Summer and store it for Winter, you totally should!

Find out all the details on how to freeze corn on the cob here:

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Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
$1 to $25
1-2 Hours
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