The Foreign Fork

3 Great Ways To Serve Corn At Easter

Corn makes a great side dish and is easy to prepare. It often makes an appearance at holiday tables too. Try one of these 3 ways to share it!

Why you'll enjoy this 

Creamed Corn  in the Instant Pot


24 oz frozen corn ½ cup heavy cream 1 stick butter 1 tbsp sugar ¼ tsp salt, or to taste ¼ tsp pepper, or to taste 8 oz cream cheese

Creamed corn takes normal corn kernels and cooks them with cream cheese, heavy whipping cream, and butter. These dairy products become a delicious creamy sauce that add an extra oomph to your typical corn side dish!

If you really want to have some fun with your Creamed Corn, try changing up the type of cream cheese. Jalapeno or chive, would go so well with this recipe!

Corn Succotash


2-3 tbsp Butter, unsalted 1 Onion, chopped 1 tsp Garlic, chopped 1 can Lima Beans, drained 1 can Corn, drained 5-7 sprigs Thyme 2 tsp Basil 20 Cherry tomatoes ¾ tsp salt  tsp garlic powder 1 tsp onion powder ½ tsp cumin, paprika

Succotash is made of a mixture of corn, lima beans, and tomatoes. It is high in protein and starches, and is a perfect combination of ingredients that covers almost all of your dietary needs in one dish! Enjoy it as a side dish or main meal.

After making this recipe, use the leftovers to make a delicious breakfast!  Mix the succotash with scrambled eggs and my 2-MINUTE HEALTHY VEGGIE DIP for a nutritious breakfast!

Instant Pot Corn on the Cob


1 cup water 4 cobs of corn, shucked,  or as many as you want that can fit in your Instant Pot

This Instant Pot Corn on the Cob is an easy way to cook a classic summer favorite. The corn on the cob will be cooked beautifully and completely in under 10 minutes. Serve it up with butter and salt and you’re in for a summer treat from heaven!

Enjoy your corn with a simple slathering of butter and a sprinkle of salt. If you want to serve your corn with other seasonings, try paprika,  chili powder, garlic powder, or anything else you desire.