This is One Delicious Slow Cooker Ham Recipe!
Ham is a classic for the holidays in many homes. It's one of the favorites around here for sure. Spiral ham beat out regular ham years ago and this slow cooker spiral ham has now topped them all.
But there's an issue with favorites and classics. They add up. Quick. Your menu and cooking schedule can get super overwhelming. Not just that but the oven too. No matter how big it is it's never quite big enough for the amount of food being cooked. Thus our trusty slow cooker to the rescue!
You can make just about any cut of meat in your crockpot and ham is no exception. This recipe takes 5 minutes to prep and just 5 ingredients. This recipe is slightly sweet (from the pineapple juice) and slightly tangy (from the Worcestershire sauce). If you like your ham sweeter, adding a cup of brown sugar with the spices does the job and makes another completely delicious option.
Turning or basting it once in the middle is great if you're home and have time. But if you don't or aren't it won't hurt it a bit to just cover, turn on low and walk away for 8 hours either.
Check out the step by step recipe below...its super easy and will be a great time saver too 🙂
Step-By-Step 5 Minute Crockpot Spiral Ham Prep...
Gather your ingredients...
2 cups pineapple juice
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
Combine garlic and onion powders (and brown sugar if you're using it)
Liberally sprinkle with half the spices...
Flip the ham over and sprinkle with remaining spices.
Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours.
And that is it! It couldn't be easier and it has a delicious flavor that's perfect for just about anything.
Enjoy the recipe and let us know how it turned out, please.
And as always...Rock That Crock 🙂
Printable Slow Cooker Spiral Ham
Slow Cooker Spiral Ham
- 8 to 10 pound spiral ham
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
- 1 tablespoon garlic powder
- 2 teaspoons onion powder
- 1 cup brown sugar optional
- Spray, oil or butter your crockpot insert.
- Place the ham in the slow cooker and marinate first with the pineapple juice then the Worcestershire sauce.
- Mix your spices and liberally sprinkle over both sides. Try to get as much as possible down between the slices.
- Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours.
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