Slow Cooker Ham with Pineapple

Slow Cooker Ham cooked in brown sugar and pineapple juice in the crockpot. Easy to make, tasty, and perfect for Sundays or holidays!

My friends, BER season is here! I don’t know about you, but I can hardly wait for this year to pass and get on with the new.

The last few months have been exhausting on so many levels, it would be nice to celebrate the holidays and feel normal again. That’s why I thought to get started with my Christmas recipe series early and have party ideas ready for you like I do each and every year.

First up on our list is pineapple-glazed spiral ham. If you’re looking to free yourself from kitchen prep and have more time to enjoy the company of your guests this season, make sure to print, pin, or bookmark this recipe.

Ham glaze ingredients
It only has three ingredients and three of them are pantry staples you probably already have on hand.

pineapple rings packed in juice
maraschino cherries
brown sugar

 

Set the slow cooker on low for four hours and let it do its magic. The ham turns out tender and flavorful, with a sweet and fruity glaze to spoon over each hearty slice!

If you want a more caramelized outer layer, transfer the cooked ham in a baking sheet and broil for 2 to 3 minutes. This step is totally optional but it definitely boosts appearance and flavor.

 

Set the slow cooker on low for four hours and let it do its magic. The ham turns out tender and flavorful, with a sweet and fruity glaze to spoon over each hearty slice!

If you want a more caramelized outer layer, transfer the cooked ham in a baking sheet and broil for 2 to 3 minutes. This step is totally optional but it definitely boosts appearance and flavor.

How to serve
Serve for Sunday dinners or holiday celebrations with classic sides such as mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and green beans.
Have extra slices? Chop up and use pasta or potato salads and soups as well as filling for cheesy bread rolls or topping for pizzas.
Store leftovers in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to 2 months.

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