Slow Cooker Ham
Our tender and juicy slow cooker ham recipe not only feeds the masses—the leftovers can be used in so many different dishes.
You’ll need a 6–7 pound pre-cooked, bone-in ham depending on the size of your slow cooker. We used a 4.5 quart oval shaped cooker, which perfectly fit a 6-pound ham. If you’re going big, a 7-quart slow cooker will easily accommodate a 7-pound ham.
The key to this mouthwatering ham recipe is to refrain from peeking during the cooking process. The tightly sealed, moist environment of the slow cooker absolutely depends on the lid being closed!
We recommend serving this delicious ham with baked asparagus fries! Use leftover ham in quiche, sandwiches or even in a kid-favorite like mac ‘n’ cheese!
Slow Cooker Ham Recipe
- Coat the interior of a slow cooker using non-stick spray. Remove all packaging from the ham, including the plastic caps on each side of the bone. Place ham into slow cooker, cut side down, trimming to fit if necessary.
- Pour water over the ham then sprinkle with brown sugar. If the ham comes with a packet of glaze, omit brown sugar and use the glaze instead.
- Cook ham, covered on low for about 3½–4 hours or until the internal temperature is at least 140 degrees. Transfer ham to a serving platter then spoon the yummy liquid from the pot on top of the meat. Enjoy!