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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Slow Cooking Glazed Ham Recipe

I'm making this again this year!!
Umm, umm!!

This recipe is the best for cooking your ham in a slow cooker! If you haven't cooked your ham in a crockpot before, you should try it at least once.  

This is a great recipe to try for any occasion.
Your ham will turn out very moist!!


Ham  -  I used a Kirkland Signature Spiral Ham
1 Can of Ginger Ale or Coke
Package of glaze (comes with ham)
Can of sliced pineapple
Maraschino cherries
tooth pics
Cloves (optional) 

Remove ham from packaging and place ham flat side down in crockpot.   Pour can of ginger ale or coke on top of ham.  Prepare glaze as directed on package and spoon over ham.  Place pineapple slices and one cherry in center of each pineapple slice onto ham with a tooth pic.  Press cloves in to ham (optional).  My family doesn't like to much clove so I leave them out.  Cover and  slow cook for about 4 hours, until fully warmed/cooked. 
 Your ham will be so moist.

If your ham doesn't come with a glaze here are a few recipes. 

Brown Sugar Glaze

Ginger Ale or Coke
1/2-3/4 c  brown sugar
1/2 tsp mustard (prepared or dry)
3 T cider vinegar
1/8 tsp cinnamon
4 T water
3 T flour or corn  starch 

Pour ginger ale or coke over ham. 
Mix together remaining ingredients and spread over ham. 


Preserve Glaze

Ginger Ale or Coke
1/2 c peach preserves
1/4 c mustard
1/4 c packed brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract

Pour ginger ale or coke over ham. 
Mix together remaining ingredients and spread over ham. 


Pineapple Glaze

1/2 c brown sugar
1/4 c pineapple juice from can or water
1/8 tsp cinnamon

Mix together and spread over ham.

He Has Made Everything Beautiful In Its Time
Ecclesiastes 3:11




Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. This looks delicious!

Krystal said...

I was so wanting to find a new ham recipe for Easter dinner next week. Thank you so much for sharing!

Jennifer Joy said...

This is wonderful -- thank you for sharing this!