The BEST Crockpot Ham (with Homemade Glaze)
Our Crockpot ham sweetened with a special homemade icing is a favorite for holidays, Sundays and more! Never dry, always tasty, always a success.
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. Dripling our homemade maple and brown sugar frosting, not the granulated package that comes with the ham. This ham cooks slowly in the Crockpot and is always perfect! Sometimes, if I can get a ham at a good sale, I will make this clay pot ham easy for Sunday dinner. Then we can make many different meals throughout the week with the leftover ham (more on that below, we have a lot of leftover ideas). This Christmas ham is sweet, rich and looks beautiful on a serving plate. The taste is so sweet and salty that you’ll never want to use the included flavor pack again!
Ingredients at Crockpot Ham
This clay pot ham recipe couldn’t be easier! All you need is a ham and three other ingredients to make the tastiest sauce you’ve ever tasted. Here’s what you need
- Spiral Cut Ham: This recipe calls for an 8-10 pound boneless or bone-in ham. You can easily cook a larger ham and double the ingredients for the sauce.
- Brown sugar: About a cup
- : For this recipe, use real maple syrup. The thick and sweetsyrup will make the best glaze for the ham!
- Canned pineapple juice: For best results, do not use fresh pineapple juice.
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Benefits of a slow cooker (Crockpot)
Spiral hams are delicious anytime, but especially around Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. When preparing meals for a Christmas dinner or even a big Sunday dinner, oven space becomes an issue. Heating the ham in the instant cooker saves space in the oven for side dishes and rolls and allows the meat to simmer in the glorious sauce. Another benefit of using the clay pot is that it does not dry out the ham. The ham stays tender and tasty. You can always cover the ham with aluminum foil before serving to prevent it from drying out.
5 Star Reviews
We have had many favorable reviews about this slow cooker ham recipe. Here are some of our favorites:
I did this for Christmas and it was delicious!” – Kimberly “
This made an amazing ham! I’ve never made one and who knew it was so easy and tasty! I substituted orange juice for pineapple juice, as that’s what I had on hand.” – Beth
“Thank you for helping me cook my first Thanksgiving ham 🙂 Your instructions are very easy to follow. Have a happy Thanksgiving 🙂” – Dahlia “
I tried this today and the ham was very wet and tasty. This is the way I will cook ham from now on. Thank you!” -Sherry
“I did this for our family for the past 3 years and we all love it. It’s simple and delicious. I choose to add fresh pineapple. Thanks a lot! Happy Thanksgiving to all!” – Sas
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The best side dishes to serve with crockpot
Do you want to make this slow cook spiral ham but need some ideas to accompany? We almost always serve this ham with our potato casserole with cheese (also known as funeral potatoes), but it is also VERY good with parmesan potato halves or Dauphinoise potatoes (scalloped potatoes). You can also serve with a salad (I love making our Christmas salad, especially), sautéed peas, or even creamy potatoes and peas. You can’t go wrong with any of these ideas for the sides!
The best leftover recipes for ham
No matter how many guests we have, we always seem to have a lot of ham left over! Chop the leftover clay pot ham and use it in omelets, breakfast stews or breakfast sandwiches. So many possibilities! You can make so many meals with just one ham! Here are some of our favorites: