Summertime and corn on the cob go hand in hand! Corn is a whole grain with many phytochemicals to help you fight off cancer and keep your heart and eyes healthy! However, often times we load corn on the cob with butter and salt, adding lots of unnecessary fat and sodium to our meal.
For a healthy corn on the cob alternative, try:
The next time you’re making corn on the cob, steer away from the butter and salt and get creative with your corn! But even better yet… cook extra corn on the cob and make this delicious colorful corn salad for a tasty new twist!
Colorful Fresh Corn Salad
Ingredients for salad:
Ingredients for dressing:
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