With the Spring Holidays upon us, many have Ham on their Easter table. Ham is pretty easy to make as is, right? Pop it in the oven, bake and serve. But what it, this year, you could do less work and create an even more spectacular ham? Like this Slow Cooker Spiral Ham Recipe!

Slow Cooker Spiral Ham

Slow Cooker Spiral Ham
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Make a delicious ham with half the work in the slow cooker!
Recipe type: Main Dish
Cuisine: Ham
  • 7-8 lb Spiral Sliced Ham
  • 1 cup Brown Sugar
  • ½ cup Pure Maple Syrup
  • 12 oz Pineapple Juice
  1. Unwrap ham and place flat side down in a large slow cooker. Throw away glaze packet and any plastic pieces that cover the bone. Rub brown sugar over the sides.
  2. Pour on maple syrup and pineapple juice. Cook on low for 4 hours. Baste ham with the juices from the bottom of the slow cooker.

My slow cooker of choice is the Cuisinart 3.5 quart programmable one.  It fits whole chickens and hams and more in it. But for this recipe, just to make sure I had enough room for it to stand, I would use a larger slow cooker one.  I would hate to do everything and then the lid not close!

This main course is perfect for the Easter table. And leftovers are great for Ham Soup, Ham Sandwiches and more!

Get more great ideas for Ham and other Spring recipes in the cookbook, Best Spring Recipes Cookbook (Easter, St Patricks Day, Beef, Corned Beef, Ham, Lamb, Potato, Brunch, Dinner Meals Book)SO many ideas, so little time!

What do you serve on your Easter table? Do you add cloves to your ham? I would love to hear all about your Springtime recipes! Leave a comment below and share!

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