If needed per your model of air fryer, preheat the Air Fryer to 380 degrees F.
Remove husk, silks, and stems from each ear of corn. Wash and pat dry.
If needed, cut or break the corn in halves or thirds to fit in your air fryer.
Evenly spray the corn cobs with cooking spray or brush lightly with oil.
Place the ears of corn into the air fryer basket or on the tray of the air fryer, leaving space for the air to circulate between each ear or corn. Air Fry at 380 degrees F for 6 minutes, flip, and then air fry for another 6-10 minutes, based on how golden, or crispy you like your corn.
Serve warm with salt, butter, or any seasonings of your choice.
Oil: I prefer using Avocado Oil Spray, but your favorite cooking spray works well. Alternatively, you can brush the corn with canola oil, avocado oil, or olive oil. Do not use butter, as it could quickly burn.Frozen Corn on the Cob: Allow the corn to fully defrost, pat dry, and then air fry as directed per recipe.Don’t overcrowd the air fryer. You want to be sure there is space between each ear of corn so that the air can evenly circulate. If you need to prepare the corn in batches, you can keep the air-fried corn on the cob warm in a 200-degree F oven, while you work to prepare the next batch of corn.Leftovers: Leftover corn on the cob can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days in an airtight container. You can reheat in the air fryer for 3-5 minutes at 380 degrees.Nutrition is based on using avocado cooking spray and 1 ear of corn.