This ham will please any ham lover--especially during the holidays!
Make and share this Maack Family Thanksgiving Crock Pot Ham recipe from Food.com.
- In a large crock pot add spicy brown mustards=, pineapple juice, garlic pepper seasoning and brown sugar. Lay pineapple slices in liquid.
- Cut ham in half and set in crock pot.
- Rub yellow mustard on ham.
- Set on high for 4 hours basting with liquids after 2 hours once mustard sets on ham.
- Cut into slices, serve, and enjoy!
Had problems with this at first. If you look at my first photo, it wouldn't fit in my crockpot. Had a bone in it. Had to cut some off to get it in. I have tried a lot of ham recipes that were really good, but this is by far the best. The only thing I would change is to cook it on low because mine shredded. I prefer it didn't. My husband says I have to cook the ham for Christmas from now on.
This ham turned out incredibly good. I made it for a Thanksgiving "potluck" at my Church and there was nothing left at the end of the meal. I ran out of time so I baked the ham in the oven vs. the crockpot Next time I will use the slowcooker method when I have more time. Thanks for the post.
Wow, this ham is fantastic! I got a spiral sliced bone-in ham on sale today and used this recipe to make it. This is THE BEST ham that I've ever eaten! I usually stay away from it because it gets too sweet but this is savory and tangy and DELICIOUS! I only tried a little bite so far but I cannot wait to eat this for dinner! I also think it would be better than most leftover hams as far as making sandwiches and ham salad because the taste is so bold. Thank you so much for posting this very easy and very wonderful recipe! I can't wait to try it with a pork roast like was suggested in another review! UPDATE: This was just as fantastic as I thought it would be! I am very pleased with how it turned out and I will absolutely be making this again. My dad saw a picture that I posted on Facebook and asked if I would make one for her New Years Eve party. Score! Thanks for posting!