Have you ever made or eaten Confetti Corn (Corn With Peppers & Onions)? Are you up to your “ears in corn”?  Buying more corn than you need and wondering how to use the extras? This simple recipe will please the entire family and add some extra nutrients into your side dishes!  I plan on making some for a partial family reunion (only 16 family members),  I am having in my backyard next week and hope they enjoy the flavors and colors of this tasty dish!  Have you ever served a large crowd corn on the cob?  As delicious as that is, Confetti Corn is a lot easier than serving corn on the cob; yet has the same fresh flavor of just-picked corn. So I’m thinking Confetti Corn (Corn With Peppers & Onions), just might be your new favorite side dish, and a great dish to serve a crowd!

What goes good with Confetti Corn? –  Well just about anything!

We will also be eating Juicy Burgers, Smoked Sausage in Honey Mustard Sauce, Baked Beans, & Dill Pickle Tomato Cole Slaw. Have you tried my recipe for “How to Make A Juicy Burger” yet?  You won’t believe how good a burger can be until you try the tips I give you!  Click on the recipe links above for many summertime stand-by favorites.  All these dishes can be made ahead of time, which will give me time for a round of croquet with my family, or time to take my youngest granddaughter out for a stroller ride! Enjoy the rest of your summer!! I hope there is a lot of good food on your picnic table, shared with friends and those you love!

Here’s the Recipe-


Two cups corn cut from the cob with a sharp knife, or frozen corn, thawed partially

2 T olive oil or unsalted butter

1/4 cup chopped green pepper

1/4 cup chopped red, yellow or orange bell pepper or combination for extra color!

1/4 cup finely chopped onion

Salt and pepper to taste

Easy Cooking Instructions

Shave the leftover corn off the cob with a sharp knife, store in the fridge and prepare this simple, flavorful dish in the next day or two! Twisty Tip – Cut ear of corn in half, stand the flat end on a cutting board and shave with a very sharp knife, while corn is still slightly warm or room temperature.

Heat a medium saute pan over medium heat.  Add olive oil or butter.  When pan is hot add chopped green pepper, chopped red bell pepper, and finely chopped onion.  Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Saute for 5 minutes, stirring often, or until vegetables are soft.  Add corn and cook until corn is heated through.

Adjust quantities as needed or according to what you have leftover.   2 cups of leftover, or frozen corn, plus peppers and onions, will serve 3-4 people as a side dish.

Looking for a “Corn on the Cob” recipe?  Look no further – check out my Easy Corn on the Cob with Garlic Herb Butter recipe.  Fresh corn on the cob is always delicious, but if you are looking for a way to add a bit more flavor, this recipe is for you!