Friday, April 8, 2011

Slow Cooker Honey BBQ Ham

Slow Cooker Honey BBQ Ham

3 - 3 1/2 ham
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup barbecue sauce
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 (15 ounce) can pineapple rings, drained (optional)

In slow cooker sprayed with non-stick cooking spray, place ham.  In small bowl, combine honey, barbecue sauce and brown sugar.  Mix well. Pour mixture over ham.  Arrange pineapple over and around ham.  Cover.  Cook on low 4 to 5 hours for a fully cooked ham and 7 to 8 hours for an uncooked ham.
Ham is traditional for the Easter dinner, so that is what is on the menu at our house.  We love this recipe!  The ham is tender and juicy with a delicious sweet and tangy sauce.  I can put it in the slow cooker, go to church, and when I get home, I can have dinner on the table in a matter of minutes. 
This Easter I have two slow cookers doing the work for me.  In the first slow cooker is the ham of course, and in the second one is my Extra Cheesy Hash Browns.  I would typically serve my Mom's baked Mac & Cheese recipe, but our foreign exchange girls love the Hash Browns and asked me to fix that instead.

What are you cooking up for Easter Dinner?  
Does your family have special Easter holiday traditions?
I would love to hear about them!

Check back on next Tuesday and Friday
to see more recipes that are on my Easter menu. 

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23 comments:

  1. Just perfection mouth watering pictures!

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  2. I bought a pork hock the other day which is very meaty. Will try cooking that the same way when Nigel arrives. Thanks. Diane

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  3. Now that looks like a brilliant use of my slow cooker, which sits on the worktop right under my nose but I still forget to use it !! Thanks for the recipe, we will try this.

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  4. Love my show cooker and what a great way to cook my Easter ham; it does look so moist and tasty; keeping this one for sure,
    RIta

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  5. I will have to try the crock-pot for my ham. Frees up the oven, and it won't dry out. thanks.

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  6. I'm planning the Easter menu and this looks delicious! I'm trying to use my slow cooker more and am grateful for recipes.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  7. Perfect and easy for Easter dinner! I always have ham and cheesy potatoes but am adding a small turkey this year for those non-ham lovers. I have to check out your potatoes now!

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  8. Yummy . Ham on my menu for Easter spiral cut is a fav with honey glaze.

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  9. Ham is an Easter tradition at my house too...always one of those spiral cut hams.

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  10. So easy . . . thanks.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  11. That sounds great!!!
    We always have ham at our house on easter too.
    Have a great week.

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  12. We don't have big plans for Easter this year, but we probably will get a ham and resmoke it.

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  13. I may have to try this recipe as I adore ham but I only end up using it in soups or sandwiches! All the best, Natasha from the Rambles and Shambles blog.

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  14. can't wait to try the ham recipe!

    Working with a Youth Group is very rewarding...we did it for 5 years...you are a saint!

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  15. I cant wait to try this ham and cheesy hash browns, I will have to do them for 2 different meals since I only have one slow cooker.

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  16. Hi, I just found your blog. Sure glad I did. Ham is an Easter tradition at my house too.

    Christine

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  17. This ham looks super easy and delicious! Perfect for Easter entertaining!!!!

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  18. Hi Linda, I found you through Bo. I loved the toffee recipe and I can wait for Easter and ham. Hope you have a great day.
    -Gina-

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  19. Wow! I was just looking for a great ham recipe for Easter and this looks perfect! I wanted something that freed up the oven. Just found your blog and can't wait to start following you!

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  20. Sharing this great recipe on my Wednesday and wandering list, thanks so much.

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  21. I mad this and couldn't believe how good it was. So easy and the meat was so tender and juicy. I will definitely make this again. Thanks

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