Growing up ham was a staple at every holiday meal and family get together. My great-grandfather was a hog farmer who never showed up for an event without his special ham concoctions-smoked, salted, or baked! As I’m looking forward to Christmas I thought I would share with you my own Slow Cooker Honey Glazed Hame recipe. Yes, you heard me right-you can make it in the slow cooker! It’s perfect for holiday meals where prep can get hectic-just ten minutes of stove time and you’ll have honey ham perfection waiting a few hours later! (And I have a cute DIY Christmas Tree place card tutorial for you too!)
This recipe is great because it’s easily adjusted depending on how many you are serving. I use about a two-pound ham when feeding just my family but depending on the size of your slow cooker you could greatly increase the amount of ham you cook as long as it fits comfortably in the cooker. (You want to be able to slightly separate the slices to allow the glaze to get inside.) If you buy a very large ham you can double the glaze but otherwise, the cook time in the slow cooker will remain the same since we are using precooked ham.Print
Take the stress out of meal preparation with this Slow Cooker Honey Ham recipe perfect for Christmas, special occasions, or weeknight dinners!
- 1 quarter sliced fully cooked ham (about 2 pounds)
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup honey
- 2 tbsp dijon mustard
- 1/3 cup water
- In a small saucepan, combine honey, brown sugar, mustard and water.
- Whisk together and heat over medium heat until frothy.
- Place ham in a slow cooker and separate sliced slightly so that glaze can reach the interior of the ham.
- Pour glaze over ham and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 6.
- Serve immediately.
Feel free to increase the ham size as long as it fits easily in your slow cooker, the glaze can easily be doubled for larger hams. Cook time does not change as ham is precooked.
Keywords: honey, ham, slow cooker, crock pot
This Slow Cooker Honey Glazed Ham is the perfect recipe for holiday gathering because you can fix it ahead of time and don’t have to spend time in the kitchen away from your guests. I like to make it, especially for Christmas and Easter dinners.
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