Living Your Best Life With Elote (Mexican Street Corn)

It's officially corn season! Celebrate the first harvest with Elote (Mexican Street Corn)!

The Mexicans really know how to elevate the humble corn on the cob. Elote is a popular Mexican street snack in Mexico and the U.S. So much so that they crave it (antojito)!

The cob is grilled and served on a stick and slathered with butter, mayo, and all the fixins. It would be the perfect accompaniment at your next backyard barbecue or cookout.

If you're not a mayo fan, don't fret! "You can even Build your Own Elote Bar" and have your guests make their own with endless toppings like bacon, chives, sriracha, Thai sweet chili. The world is your elote!

Make some now! If you haven't had elote, you haven't lived your best life!


Corn on the cob



Cotija or Parmesan Cheese

Red Chili Powder




  1. Boil or grill corn.

  2. Spread melted butter and get it into each nook and cranny.

  3. Spread mayo.

  4. Dip in cotija or parmesan cheese.

  5. Sprinkle red chili powder, cayenne, and tajin.

  6. Squirt a bit of lime.

  7. Stuff your face!

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