This Crock Pot Ham with Maple & Brown Sugar Glaze is quick, easy and will make for a show-stopping Easter Meal!
I look forward to pulling out my Easter Dinner Recipes and putting together my Easter Dinner Menu every year. It’s one of my favorite holidays and one of my favorite meals to prepare!
The ham, the potatoes, the vegetables, the desserts…it’s all so good!
We go to church on Easter Sunday, so I like to pick up a ham at the grocery store and put our ham in the crockpot before we leave so that it’s ready when we get home.
Crock Pot Ham Recipe
This crockpot ham recipe is the easiest, no-fail way to make a ham and it’s delicious every time!
We make (almost) the same Easter Dinner Menu every year. One thing that’s a constant – there’s ALWAYS ham on our table! My family loves our ham served on freshly baked rolls alongside Cheesy Potatoes, Mac and Cheese and Brussel Sprouts.
Mmmm! Such a simple meal, but so good! These easy Easter Dinner Recipes has become our yearly tradition!
How To Heat Up A Ham In A Crock Pot
You can’t beat this slow cooker ham recipe! It’s super easy to make, always full of flavor, and so tender. Of course, you have to get a quality ham – that is a must!
We really like Boar’s Head Sweet Slice®Boneless Smoked Ham.
Boar’s Head Sweet Slice®Boneless Smoked Ham is gluten free and milk free and has the exceptional flavor of a traditional bone-in ham without the bone. Named for how simple it is to slice and serve, it’s the perfect centerpiece for any entertaining table.
Quick and easy to prepare and serve, you’ll be spending less time cooking and more time enjoying the company of your family and friends this spring.
I like to make a Maple and Brown Sugar Glaze that goes right on top of my ham before it goes into the slow cooker.
The glaze gives the ham a great flavor and color, too! Boar’s Head also carries a Brown Sugar and Spice Glaze you could buy if you want things to really get easy!
How To Make A Maple & Brown Sugar Glaze
I mix together 1/2 cup each of real maple syrup, brown sugar and whole grain dijon mustard into a bowl and pour right over the ham.
I’ve found that if you cut slits right into the top of the ham it allows the glaze to really sink down into the ham to give it a lot of flavor. It also makes the ham look pretty, too! Presentation is everything!
How long does it take to cook a ham in a crockpot?
For this Crock Pot Ham Recipe, you cook the entire ham on low for 6 hours or high for 3 hours. Either is fine! When it’s done, it is soooo good! Promise!
What goes well with ham?
Look at that Easter Meal! The ham is the star of the meal, but I gotta tell you….the sides are amazing, too!
You can get my favorite potato recipe right here – —> Cheesy Potato Casserole
I also like these Scalloped Potatoes!
AND….you can’t forget dessert!
These Coconut-Macaroon Nests are so easy to make, yet everyone will think you bought them at a bakery!
Here’s the recipe – –> Coconut-Macaroon Nests
Making the perfect Easter Meal doesn’t have to be hard and time-consuming with this Crock Pot Ham Recipe!
Everyone will love it and you’ll be the hero of the day!
Crock Pot Ham with Maple & Brown Sugar Glaze
- 3-5 pound Boar’s Head Sweet Slice® Boneless Smoked Ham
- 1/2 cup real maple syrup
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup whole grain honey dijon mustard
- Remove ham from package and place in slow cooker - cut side down.
- Mix together maple syrup, brown sugar and mustard in a bowl.
- Pour over entire ham.
- Cook on low for 6 hours or high for 3 hours.
- Optional: Score the surface of your ham with shallow diamond-shape cuts. It adds a decorative edge and also ensures the outer coating of fat crisps to a rich golden brown when baked.
This Slow Cooker Glazed Ham Recipe is sure to be the star of your Easter Meal!
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